Oct 14, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Glimpse of History: Portions of Pauline's perils took place in Parlin
SAYREVILLE - For a century, movies have been filmed in New Jersey, from Cape May to the Palisades.
The Daily Advertiser
Oriole Express brings home body of Lafayette native Galbert Patin
In 1914, Babe Ruth made his baseball debut pitching for the Red Sox. The most popular movie of the year was "The Perils of Pauline," a silent film featuring Pearl White.
Black Country Bugle
Picture postcards for shows at lost Black Country theatres
WE THANK Raymond Franks of Stourport-on- Severn for once again sending in some items from his collection of Black Country memorabilia.
Menace(s) to Society
During the Golden Age of Hollywood and until 1967, mainstream movie studios were banned by the Production Code from depicting taboo topics like drug addiction, explicit murder and venereal disease, or even showing explicit nudity.