In 1934 the MPAA voluntarily passed the Motion Picture Production Code, more generally known as the Hays Code, largely to avoid governmental regulation. The code prohibited certain plotlines and imagery from films and in publicity materials produced by the MPAA. Among others, there was to be no cleavage, no lace underthings, no drugs or drinking, no corpses, and no one shown getting away with a crime.
A.L. Shafer, the head of photography at Columbia, took a photo that intentionally incorporated all of the 10 banned items into one image.
The photograph was clandestinely passed around among photographers and publicists in Hollywood as a method of symbolic protest to the Hays Code.
What a color scheme. I would have a damn hard time deciding how to paint each section of trim on a Victorian.
OH MY GOD THIS IS BEAUTIFULFabulous.
First Date RPG - Click on your crush to begin the quest
My fellow illustrators absolutely KILLED IT on this one!
It is basically the best thing so go play it.
Laughing so hard…
I am the best at making orcs blush
*snickers* They had way too much fun with this.
This is delightful!
Best choose-your-own-adventure I’ve done in a long time.
So what happens if two people who have promised their firstborn to separate witches have a child together? Do they both just pop up in the nursery and have a custody battle?
I need a book about a little girl whose parents had promised their firstborn to different witches and the only way that both ends of the deal were fulfilled was for them to have joint custody of the child.
I love it!
And then the witches, forced to share a cottage while raising their joint stolen child, fall in love…
Exterminator John Birkett found the bed in a house in Winchester, England, in a spare room that had not been entered for several months. The crocheted blanket was saved.
would it kill Moffat to reference anything other than his own writing once in a while
He referenced The Girl In The Fireplace for most of the episode, shut up