|Feb. 4, 1922 New Shadow on the Screen|
Theme: With the arrival of the Taylor mystery, the Arbuckle case is no longer the main focus of national attention on Hollywood.
|Feb. 5, 1922 Quick Fade-Out Wanted|
Theme: The movie producers and Will Hays must quickly eliminate the conditions in Hollywood which have lead to the Arbuckle and Taylor cases. Uncle Sam is watching to see what they will do.
|Feb. 6, 1922 Another "Scenario"|
Theme: The mystery of the Taylor case, as if written by Death.
|Feb. 7, 1922 The Progress of the Latest Big Murder Mystery|
Theme: The public is fascinated by the gossipy rumors of the Taylor case.
|Feb. 7, 1922 Keeping Step with the Big Ones|
Theme: Hollywood's front page crime is beginning to rival Chicago and New York.
|Feb. 7, 1922 If Hays Wishes to Make a Hit|
Theme: If Will Hays can remove the bad elements from the film industry, the public will applaud him.
|Feb. 8, 1922 Go West, Young Man|
Theme: A good boy should stay away from Hollywood.
|Feb. 8, 1922 Get the Hook!|
Theme: The public is fed up with stars who portray virtuous roles but are revealed to live dissipated lives.
|Feb. 8, 1922 Steady Customers |
Theme: Death and Mrs. Grundy (intrusive, prudish morality) are looking at Hollywood.
|Feb. 8, 1922 "Holeywood" is a Better Name|
Theme: The wormholes of scandal caused by immorality, gay life, the Taylor mystery, and the Arbuckle case, threaten to cause the collapse of the movie industry, and the public can see that the foundation is rotten. (Note: "gay life" did not refer to homosexuality.)
|Feb. 8, 1922 Epilogue |
Theme: Behind the theatrical mask of tragedy, the reality of death stands in the spotlight.
|Feb. 8, 1922 A Flaw in the Film |
Theme: Uncle Sam must cut episodes like the Taylor murder and Arbuckle case from Hollywood studio life.
|Feb. 8, 1922 Where the Sam Hill is that New Hired Man? |
Theme: The public and movie industry are urgently awaiting the arrival of Will Hays to clean up the mess from Hollywood scandals.
|Feb. 9, 1922 Just when Company is Arriving!|
Theme: Los Angeles is preoccupied with the Taylor case, just as the tourist season is about to start.
|Feb. 9, 1922 Another Glimpse into Another World |
Theme: The public ("the rest of us") is given a glimpse into Hollywood, and is shocked.
|Feb. 9, 1922 In a Sea of Reel Trouble |
Theme: The movie industry is calling on Will Hays to save it from film scandal, murder, dope parties, vice, wayward stars, and the Arbuckle and Taylor cases.
|Feb. 9, 1922 Falling Stars |
Theme: The Taylor case has revealed falling reputations of film stars, and movie fans are dismayed.
|Feb. 9, 1922 Getting His Information Second Hand |
Theme: The public is only getting second-hand rumors concerning conditions in Hollywood.
|Feb. 9, 1922 Will's Friends Expect Him to Clean up the Place in Short Order |
Theme: The movie industry is a mess and Will Hays should get busy cleaning it up.
|Feb. 9, 1922 "Hey, Will! Better take one of these with you!" |
Theme: Will Hays needs to clean up the movie industry.
|Feb. 10, 1922 Filmdom Never Staged a Greater Thriller |
Theme: The Taylor case is developing into a greater thriller than any movie, partly due to the famous stars and producers involved, and Uncle Sam is watching with interest.
|Feb. 10, 1922 What the "Angel" Mother should do to Her "Angelic" Child! |
Theme: Los Angeles should take strong action to end the immoral excesses of Hollywood.
|Feb. 10, 1922 Has He Brooms and Mops Enough? |
Theme: Will Hays will have a big job trying to clean up after the many Hollywood scandals.
|Feb. 10, 1922 A "Close Up" |
Theme: Hollywood scandal is an affront to decency.
|Feb. 11, 1922 The Film Maker |
Theme: Hollywood private life seems to be directed by Satan.
|Feb. 11, 1922 A Cubistaylor Picture|
Theme: In a mock style of Cubism, here are some of the sensational facts and rumors of the Taylor case.
|Feb. 11, 1922|
Theme: In Hollywood, the combination of high salaries, immaturity, drugs, alcohol, and loose living, has produced a deadly explosion.
|Feb. 13, 1922 Help!!|
Theme: The motion picture industry is being carried away by the devil of scandal.
|Feb. 13, 1922 Will's Haze|
Theme: As if rapidly sliding down a mail chute, Will Hays is going from the Post Office to the movies, where there is gossip, scandal, the Arbuckle case, Hollywood, and the Taylor murder.
|Feb. 16, 1922 A "Snow Party" in Hollywood|
Theme: Some actors and actresses are being frozen out by public opinion. (Note: "snow party" was a slang term for a drug party)
|Feb. 16, 1922 With 20th Century Trimmings!|
Theme: Modern Hollywood is as bad as ancient Babylon.
|Feb. 17, 1922 It's an Ill Wind, etc.|
Theme: The scandals of Hollywood may make a girl abandon her dream of acting in the movies.
|Feb. 19, 1922 They'll have to Cut This Part Out|
Theme: Scandals, scorching parties, orgies, murder, must be cut from the motion picture industry.
|Feb. 20, 1922 Shame!|
Theme: The national public condemnation of Hollywood is hypocritical and unfair, because there are far worse matters that deserve public attention and condemnation.
|Feb. 20, 1922 The Motion Picture Industry Presents—|
Theme: What will be the next in Hollywood's continuing series of scandals?
|Feb. 21, 1922 Life's Darkest Moment|
Theme: When a young man idolizes a film actress, it is a sad day when she is linked to a murder.
|Feb. 25, 1922 A Long Drawn Out Affair|
Theme: The Taylor case goes on and on.
|Feb. 26, 1922 The Double Exposure|
Theme: Hearst's Los Angeles paper praises the movie industry with bootlicking gush, while at the same time Hearst's Chicago paper makes sensational attacks against Hollywood.
|Feb. 27, 1922 It Seems to have the Endurance Record for Mysteries |
Theme: The Taylor mystery is being tied down by rumors, false clues, unknown motives, gossip, and theories.
|Feb. 27, 1922 "You Dirty Boy!" |
Theme: Will Hays should scrub the movie industry with disinfectant, the way you would scrub a dirty child.