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> In Manhattan last fortnight, an even dozen of the cinema industry's top line executives, representing all of Hollywood's eight major producing companies, gathered in the office of Tsar Will Hays for the most impressive powwow of cinema bigwigs in a decade. Present were: Barney Balaban (Paramount), Nate J. Blumberg (Universal), Harry Cohn, Jack Cohn (Columbia), Samuel Goldwyn, Maurice Silverstone (United Artists), Nicholas M. Schenck (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer), Sidney R. Kent, Joseph M. Schenck (Twentieth Century-Fox), Leo Spitz (RKO Radio), Albert Warner, Harry M. Warner (Warner Bros.), Will H. Hays.

Since Hollywood's eight major...

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