Hollywood Censors Its Animated Cartoons (Look magazine, 1939)

“You seldom hear of movie cartoon censorship except when jealous dictators, in a rage because their people have been caught laughing, bar such sinister foreigners as Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Popeye.

Yet censorship for the animated cartoons begins at home in Hollywood. In fact, these cartoons have censorship problems more complex in some respects than those of feature pictures.”

– Look Magazine January 17, 1939

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