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Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, May 5, 1941





  May 5, 1941, Hitler Defies All Democracies  

  May 5, 1941, Comics  


May 5, 1941: Lee Shippey writes about some of his hospital experiences – and the cost of healthcare.

HEADLINES (and what they mean): From a trade journal: "Hays Office Bans 'The Outlaw' Because of 'Breast Shots' of Jane Russell."

THIS MEANS, since Miss Russell's exposure could hardly be more startling than those of Veronica Lake in "I Wanted Wings," which were okayed by Hays minions, that public protests against screen naughtiness have increased to a point where the powers that be are heeding storm warnings, Jimmie Fidler says.  

 




 
  May 5, 1941, Lee Shippey  

  May 5, 1941, Tom Treanor  


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