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  • The so-called Hays Code was not implemented until March 6, 1933, two days after Roosevelt took office.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Hays responded by expanding the Don’ts and Be Carefuls list into the Motion Picture Production Code, later known as the Hays Code.

    Grand Theft Childhood

  • Hays responded by expanding the Don’ts and Be Carefuls list into the Motion Picture Production Code, later known as the Hays Code.

    Grand Theft Childhood

  • The Hays Code was as thoroughgoing a restriction of expression as any system of censorship imposed in Germany and Italy.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Although the Hays Code was adopted in 1930, it wasn't enforced until mid-1934.

    Ahistorical fiction?

  • Constrained by the Hays Code, Hollywood tended to package the femme fatale narrative in ways that ensured the defeat of the independent female, but such was the power of the image of the sexual, aggressive, strong woman that she in many ways, in the minds of audiences, resisted this formulaic reassertion of male control.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Constrained by the Hays Code, Hollywood tended to package the femme fatale narrative in ways that ensured the defeat of the independent female, but such was the power of the image of the sexual, aggressive, strong woman that she in many ways, in the minds of audiences, resisted this formulaic reassertion of male control.

    [film noir] should return in the coming dystopia

  • The CCA code was based upon the largely unenforced code drafted by the Association of Comics Magazine Publishers in 1948, which in turn was modeled loosely after the 1930 Hollywood Production Code the Hays Code.

    Seduction of the Innocent and the Comics Code Authority (Part I)

  • The CCA code was based upon the largely unenforced code drafted by the Association of Comics Magazine Publishers in 1948, which in turn was modeled loosely after the 1930 Hollywood Production Code the Hays Code.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Yes, the Hays Code certainly put a damper on things.

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