“Movie-Made Children” covers Stymie’s retirement and his succession by “Buckwheat” Thomas. Discusses pre-Code films, anxiety over movies’ influence on children’s morals, and the rise of Joseph Breen. Looks at how Buckwheat was a return to the pickaninny caricature, the decline of the short comedy, and Roach’s sale of Our Gang to MGM.
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