When the pilot was having his heart attack, he jerked the plane off course Chapter 6 What did Brian decide to use as a shelter? Tart berries on a bush Chapter 6 How did Brian make his shelter safer? Used sticks to make a wall and closed it off Chapter 7 When Brian looked in the water at his reflection, how did he feel? Gut cherries What other kind of berries did Brian find?
Harding and former head of the Republican National Committee served for 25 years as president of the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America MPPDAwhere he "defended the industry from attacks, recited soothing nostrumsand negotiated treaties to cease hostilities.
Industrial Commission of Ohio that free speech did not extend to motion pictures,  and while there had been token attempts to clean up the movies before, such as when the studios formed the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry NAMPI inlittle had come of the efforts.
Lorda Jesuit priest, created a code of standards which Hays liked immensely and submitted it to the studios. After some revisions, they agreed to the stipulations of the Code. One of the main motivating factors in adopting the Code was to avoid direct government intervention.
Joy, to supervise film production and advise the studios when changes or cuts were required. The first was a set of "general principles" which mostly concerned morality.
The second was a set of "particular applications" which was an exacting list of items that could not be depicted. Some restrictions, such as the ban on homosexuality or the use of specific curse words, were never directly mentioned but were assumed to be understood without clear demarcation.
Miscegenation, the mixing of the races, was forbidden. It stated that the notion of an "adults-only policy" would be a dubious, ineffective strategy that would be difficult to enforce.
The Code sought not only to determine what could be portrayed on screen, but also to promote traditional values. Under some circumstances, politicians, police officers and judges could be villains, as long as it was clear that they were the exception to the rule.
James Wingate — were seen as generally ineffective. Therefore, events such as the Boston Tea Party could not be portrayed. And if clergy were always to be presented positively, then hypocrisy could not be examined either.
Skirt-lifting was one of many suggestive activities detested by Hays. InThe Hollywood Reporter mocked the code, and Variety followed suit in Ohio by instituting a censorship board in Virginia followed suit the next year,  and eight individual states had a board by the advent of sound film.
By the s, the New York stage, a frequent source of subsequent screen material, had topless shows; performances were filled with curse words, mature subject matter, and sexually suggestive dialogue. DeMille was responsible for the increasing discussion of sex in cinema in the s. The economic disaster brought on by the stock market crash of changed American values and beliefs in various ways.
Themes of American exceptionalism and traditional concepts of personal achievement, self-reliance, and the overcoming of odds lost great currency.
The Depression profoundly influenced pre-Code Hollywood both financially and artistically. The cynicism, challenging of traditional beliefs, and political controversy of Hollywood films during this period mirrored the attitudes of many of their patrons.
Scott Fitzgerald commented in Although films experienced an unprecedented level of freedom and dared to portray things that would be kept hidden for several decades, many in America looked upon the stock market crash as a product of the excesses of the previous decade. Joan Crawford ultimately reforms her ways and is saved; less fortunate is William Bakewellwho continues on the careless path that leads to his ultimate self-destruction.
The song was repeated sarcastically by characters in several films such as Under Eighteen and 20, Years in Sing Sing In Wild Boys of the Roadthe young man played by Frankie Darrow leads a group of dispossessed juvenile drifters who frequently brawl with the police.
The studios were in a difficult financial position even before the market crash as the sound conversion process and some risky purchases of theater chains had pushed their finances near the breaking point.
Even so, 60 million Americans went to the cinema weekly. Early sound films were often noted for being too verbose.Hatchet Essay Topics & Writing Assignments Gary Paulsen This set of Lesson Plans consists of approximately pages of tests, essay questions, lessons, and other teaching materials.
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Get help with any book. Download PDF Summary (Masterpieces of . Pre-Code Hollywood refers to the brief era in the American film industry between the widespread adoption of sound in pictures in and the enforcement of the Motion Picture Production Code censorship guidelines, popularly known as the "Hays Code", in mid Although the Code was adopted in , oversight was poor and it did not .
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Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. Hatchet is a book about a 13 year old kid named Brian who crash lands in the Canadian wilderness and has to survive on his own.
Brian is flying to Alaska to visit his dad for the summer when suddenly the pilot has a heart attack and dies.