ID Date Type Description Summary
3036 1939-06-20 Memo Additional material for the short wave broadcast to Portugal -- discusses movie locations and Carmen Miranda.
3035 1939-06-20 Bulletin/circular A daily broadcast schedule for NBC -- contains the Leo Carrillo interview.
3032 1939-06-20 Memo From W.T. Regards the upcoming short wave broadcasts -- industry excited about the publicity. NBC slightly more organiz...
3031 1939-06-20 Memo Regarding meeting of the Advertising Advisory Committee -- for the purpose of discussing the upcoming short wave broadca...
2981 1939-06-20 Letter Sending Columbia a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation and the by-laws of the MPPDA.
1219 1939-06-20 Miscellaneous Documents re regular short-wave radio broadcasts to Europe and South America, in 4 languages. Subjects will include inf...
3053 1939-06-18 Letter Bill imposing restrictions on American motion picture interests in Denmark.
3170 1939-06-16 Memo Routine correspondence.
2976 1939-06-15 Circular letter Regarding the censorship of news reels -- Cooper is opposed to it. News reels are not censored in England and are censor...
3171 1939-06-14 Memo Routine correspondence.
1200 1939-06-10 Radio script NBC script for the Golden Jubilee of the Motion Picture. Includes sections for insertion in English and French broadcas...
3024 1939-06-08 Letter Sending the extended licensing agreement between Progressive Education Association and members -- there has been a delay...
2996 1939-06-08 Correspondence File on the formation of the North American Film Corporation -- formed to produce the highest quality educational films ...
2316 1939-06-07 Memo A list of banned words and phrases; also, those that are invariably censored, and those offensive to audiences, domestic...
3173 1939-06-02 Memo Asking for a further extension of MGM's agreement to the resolution of 3 July 1934 for the payment of a penalty for viol...
3033 1939-06-02 Memo Meeting of Advertising Advisory Committee -- short wave broadcasts. Committee trying to decide on the best type of progr...
3177 1939-05-24 Memo Routine correspondence.
3047 1939-05-17 Letter Regarding proposed bill in Japan relating to the exhibition of foreign motion pictures.
3046 1939-05-17 Letter Regarding the motion picture situation in the Netherlands -- exhibition of American motion pictures?
3064 1939-05-01 Letter United Artists is attempting to ascertain the full financial details of its Spanish subsidiary.
2978 1939-05-01 Letter Asking if the Independent Motion Pictures Producers Association is still functioning? Chadwick is forming a production c...
3048 1939-04-29 Letter Motion pictures in Buenos Aires -- no details provided. Presumably exhibition of foreign films.
3040 1939-04-27 Letter Libel suit against Republic Pictures' film Man of Conquest.
3169 1939-04-25 Memo Routine correspondence.
3021 1939-04-24 Various The continuation of the licensing agreement between companies and the Progressive Education Association -- for the use o...
3022 1939-04-22 Minutes Minutes of the eleventh meeting of the Advisory Committee on Motion Pictures in Education.
1212 1939-04-22 Miscellaneous Time Magazine, in an article on Stagecoach, has referred to Wanger as a man who holds the Production Code in contempt. ...
3023 1939-04-21 Memo Regarding Lab requirements for 16 mm reduction work -- for films to be used for educational purposes.
3018 1939-04-14 Letter Hays feels all reissues should incur a $25.00 PCA fee.
2997 1939-04-13 Letter Thanking Nizer for sending information regarding privacy rights.
2979 1939-04-13 Letter Charlie Chaplin has designed a movie sequence that is very new and exciting to him. He wants to leave the written copy o...
3019 1939-04-12 Letter In regard to the resolution on PCA fees for reissues -- Hays feels the fee should be set at $25.00.
3000 1939-04-10 Pamphlet "New Principles of the Law of Radio".
2999 1939-04-10 Pamphlet "The Right of Privacy: A New Branch of Law."
2998 1939-04-10 Letter Sending Hays pamphlet on privacy rights -- a new branch of law.
3063 1939-04-06 Letter United Artists is attempting to collect money owed to them by United Artists A.S. which is a Czechoslovakian corporation...
3058 1939-04-06 Letter Only three companies have signed the contracts with Teaching Film Custodians, Inc.
3039 1939-04-06 Memo Short wave broadcasts to Europe -- free time has been offered by NBC and CBS for a promotional show for the motion pictu...
3038 1939-04-06 Memo Concerning the short wave broadcasts to Europe -- early memo setting out the perimeters of the process and the offer of ...
3016 1939-04-06 Letter Asking for information regarding Production Code -- everything necessary to obtain PCA seal of approval. Palfreyman resp...
3059 1939-03-31 Memo Warner Bros. is close to signing contract with Teaching Film Custodians, Inc.
3062 1939-03-22 Letter Twentieth Century-Fox is proposing to make a film about the life and work of Brigham Young -- the Church of Jesus Christ...
3178 1939-03-10 Memo Routine correspondence.
1215 1939-03-10 Letter Harmon first suggests to Hays the separation of the administrative and advisory functions of the PCA, in order to clarif...
3172 1939-03-07 Memo Routine correspondence.
3020 1939-03-04 Letter Asking about five Paramount films (reissues) Brandt is hoping to exhibit -- have they been PCA approved? Milliken replie...
2990 1939-03-03 Memo Meeting regarding general advertising situation -- the Advertising Code, candid camera situation, motion pictures and ed...
3049 1939-03-01 Letter Tax on excess profit for foreign business in Spain -- will be in effect for the duration of the war.
2975 1939-03-01 Press clipping Independent Theatre Owners are attempting to abolish all state censor boards -- Harry Brandt is leading the way.
2974 1939-03-01 Memo Reporting a radio broadcast discussion of censorship -- Harry Brandt denounced motion picture censorship as vicious and ...
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