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"It is not that the morals of persons connected with the moving pictures are necessarily lower than those of persons associated with music, painting or the theater; it is that, by the nature of the persons connected with moving pictures, the morals, whatever their feebleness, are inevitably and disgustingly vulgar. The rank and file of the movies come from the gutters - and it is impossible for the gutter to suffer a lapse in morals and be synchronously charming about it..."

"So long as the majority of figures in the field of movies are recruited from the social and aesthetic slums, so long will the smell of Lime house cling to the movie's scandals."

Speaking of debauchery, read this article about the actor Errol Flynn...


Moral Corruption in Hollywood (The Smart Set, 1922)

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