The president solves the nation's unemployment crisis and executes an -type criminal who has continually flouted the law.
Massive wide shots of angry hordes, comprising sometimes hundreds of men, rush into action in terrifyingly efficient uniformity.
She is contrasted with his wholesome fiancée Muriel , whose chaste nature dissatisfies March's baser alter ego.
Hays summoned the pair to his office and told them to cease production as they were causing needless headaches for the studios.
The film was banned in Ohio, the site of the deadly prison riots that inspired it.
She became a wordsmith in the art of the come-on and the seductive line, and despite her obvious appeal to male audiences, was popular with women as well.
The need for strong leaders who could take charge and steer America out of its crisis is seen in 1933 , about a benevolent dictator who takes control of the United States.
Paramount's 1931 played to the Freudian theories popular with the audience of its time.