The Pure Entertainment Preservation Society is an organization started October 17, 2016, by Tiffany and Rebekah Brannan of Idyllwild, California, the authors of this. Its goal is to return the arts to their pure and unadulterated forms. It concerns itself with the industries of film, opera, ballet, and theater. We Brannan sisters want to bring awareness to the citizens of America about the terrible plight of the entertainment industries in this country and the rest of the world. Our biggest goal is to return the Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 to Hollywood. The research paper which we wrote about this Code is the corner stone of the organization. If this goal is accomplished, Hollywood may be returned to some degree of its former glory, and the other arts would soon follow.

We are using this “online gossip column” to discuss the impending and tragic death of all entertainment in this nation. We also intend to write letters to newspapers in our area, as well as to film studios, celebrities, and politicians. We ask you, dear fellow citizen of America, to read the first entry in this column, which is the original research paper entitled The Production Code of 1930’s Impact on America. Please then read the original Motion Picture Production Code of 1930, which is the second entry. If you agree with these works, please join us in our effort to change Hollywood. We think that this country needs an “Old Deal.” Do you agree? If you do, please subscribe to this column, and join us in our attempt to preserve entertainment. You can show your support by signing a petition to bring back the code:     http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/521/785/413/https://www.change.org/p/the-studio-heads-of-columbia-pictures-walt-disney-pictures-20th-century-fox-film-corporation-metr-bring-the-code-back-to-hollywood, http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/bring-the-code-back-to?source=c.em&r_by=17348521, and http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/bring-the-code-back-to-hollywood. Write to the editor, respond to our entries, contact the entertainment industry’s directors, write to politicians, and help us save the arts in America!