Day 16 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Here Come the Waves” from 1944

Yesterday was the day of the big event, our debut concert as the L. A. Soprani Sisters, The Story of the Code Through Classical Song at Hollywood and Western. It was a great success. Continue checking back for information about the video and a detailed account of the great adventure of putting on a classical … Continue reading Day 16 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Here Come the Waves” from 1944

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July 15: The Climax of #CleanMovieMonth

Today is July 15, the climax of #CleanMovieMonth. We at the Pure Entertainment Preservation Society have dedicated the month of July to celebrating clean movies and the pure entertainment of the Breen era. July 15, 1934, was the beginning of the Breen era, since it was on that day, exactly 84 years ago today, the … Continue reading July 15: The Climax of #CleanMovieMonth

Day 14 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Broadway Serenade” from 1939

Today is July 14, the end of the second week in #CleanMovieMonth. In addition, it is Bastille Day, the French Independence Day. Plus, it is the second day in Moon in Gemini's Winter in July Blogathon. Not only that, it is the day before our debut performance as the L. A. Soprani Sisters, The Story of the … Continue reading Day 14 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Broadway Serenade” from 1939

Day 13 of #CleanMovieMonth: “The Shop Around the Corner” from 1940

Today is July 13, the 13th day in #CleanMovieMonth here at PEPS! Here at PEPS, July is all about celebrating the clean movies from the Code era and exploring the benefits of pure entertainment. Read more about #CleanMovieMonth here. Today is the beginning of the Winter in July Blogathon at Moon in Gemini. I compliment … Continue reading Day 13 of #CleanMovieMonth: “The Shop Around the Corner” from 1940

Day 12 of #CleanMovieMonth: “East Side of Heaven” from 1939

Today is Thursday, the twelfth day of #CleanMovieMonth at PEPS! We are celebrating the Code era by reviewing a different Breen era movie (1934-1954) every day. Several other authors have been kind enough to share this event and offer to write articles themselves. I would like to thank these people, who include Maddy of Maddy … Continue reading Day 12 of #CleanMovieMonth: “East Side of Heaven” from 1939

Day 11 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Seven Sweethearts” from 1942

Today is the eleventh day of #CleanMovieMonth, PEPS's first annual celebration of Code films during July. Throughout this summer month, we are watching and reviewing only films from the Breen era (1934-1954). During this week, we have reviewed two movies so far, Rhythm on the River from 1940 and Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever from … Continue reading Day 11 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Seven Sweethearts” from 1942

Day 10 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever” from 1939

Today is the tenth day in #CleanMovieMonth. I hope that all my readers have been enjoying my daily reviews of Code films from the Breen era. Through this discussion of so many Code movies, I hope that we all will gain a deeper appreciation for the Golden Era of the Production Code Administration. Today I … Continue reading Day 10 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever” from 1939

Day 9 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Rhythm on the River” from 1940

Today is Monday, the ninth day in #CleanMovieMonth. This is the beginning of the second week in this month-long celebration of movies from the Golden Era of Hollywood, 1934-1954, when Joseph I. Breen enforced the Code. To celebrate #CleanMovieMonth, I am watching only Code films and praising their decency daily. I am also encouraging others … Continue reading Day 9 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Rhythm on the River” from 1940

Day 8 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Adam Had Four Sons” from 1941

Today is July 8th. A week ago, I wrote my first #CleanMovieMonth article about Three Smart Girls from 1936.#CleanMovieMonth is PEPS's month-long celebration of clean films from the Breen Code era. A week from today is our debut concert as the L. A. Soprani Sisters, The Story of the Code Through Classical Song at Hollywood and … Continue reading Day 8 of #CleanMovieMonth: “Adam Had Four Sons” from 1941

Day 7 of #CleanMovieMonth: “New Moon” from 1940

Today brings the end of the first week of #CleanMovieMonth, the Pure Entertainment Preservation Society's month-long celebration of Code films. During this week, we have reviewed Three Smart Girls from 1936, The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex from 1939, The Cowboy and the Lady from 1938, Let Freedom Ring from 1939, The Chocolate Soldier … Continue reading Day 7 of #CleanMovieMonth: “New Moon” from 1940