Hollywood’s Motion Picture Production Code, popularly referred to as the Hays Code, loomed over films in every stage of movie production from 1934 to 1968. Scripts were reviewed and altered. Actors and filmmakers were forced to redo entire scenes. Editors were asked to cut dialogue and scenes from films. Music was changed. Ultimately, directors had to be cognizant of the censors at all times.
Podden och tillhörande omslagsbild på den här sidan tillhör FIRE. Innehållet i podden är skapat av FIRE och inte av, eller tillsammans med, Poddtoppen.