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  • Boxoffice Magazine, North Central Edition, March 27, 1967: Steps in the Right Direction –by Ben Shlyen, Editor in Chief and Publisher, The National Film Weekly Editors notes: By the 1920s films companies were pushing the limit of that which was acceptable in film. Risqué films and a series of off-screen scandals involving Hollywood stars became the norm. […]

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  • Note From Jamie

    “Hi, my name is Jamie Schwaba and I just read your recent Theatre News issue. First off, thanks for the fun articles and second of all, I think I have a newsworthy story. I am currently working for Milwaukee Youth Theatre as an office manager/theatre instructor. MYT is a small but wonderful organization that could use some press. […]

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  • Motion Picture Herald Magazine, June 24, 1961: Managers Round Table by Sidney H. Rechetnik, Editor (Editors notes: The original Cimarron (1931, was based on Edna Ferber’s novel Cimarron picking up three Academy awards. Blacks, Jews, Indians: all hit to the stereotypes typical of the era. “Sabra Cravat refers to American Indians as “dirty, filthy savages” and refuses […]

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