The June Screen Writer cracked out with a parody by Screenwriter I. A. L. Diamond, which tells the story of J. Arthur Rank's second visit to Hollywood as Lewis Carroll might have told it:
'Twas ciros, and the cinelords
Were lolly par sing with their babes:
All goldwyns were acadawards
But demille ruled the nabes.
"Beware the Jarthurank, my lad!
The lion's claw, the eagle's wing!
And when U-I his pix, be glad
That DOS dos everything!"
He took his Johnston code in hand:
Long time the ranksome foe he sought
So rested he by the schary tree,
And stood awhile in thought.