Collection of old cartoons banned by the prudes of the Hayes Commission in the 1930s for various reasons. Most are fairly tame by today's standards, though there are some politically incorrect stereotypes in some of the cartoons. From the Cover: Just what was the Hayes Office up to in the 1930’s and 1940’s when they banned and Censored hundreds of films. Now see many of the cartoons which were censored and banned, at the time, from theaters and television with a full description of why, and copies of the laws and resolutions which made the screen safe for America. Enjoy 13 full-length, fully restored, and sound enhanced animated examples. This is a historical presentation of old cartoons that may have some mildly suggestive themes, as well as outdated racial stereotypes, so parental discretion is advised.
It ain't easy bein' green -- especially if you're a likable (albeit smelly) ogre named Shrek. On a mission to retrieve a gorgeous princess from the clutches of a fire-breathing dragon, Shrek teams up with an unlikely compatriot -- a wisecracking donkey.
When her scientist ex-boyfriend discovers a portal to travel through time -- and brings back a 19th-century nobleman named Leopold to prove it -- a skeptical Kate reluctantly takes responsibility for showing Leopold the 21st century.
When a teacher kidnaps a girl from a prestigious school, homicide detective Alex Cross takes the case, teaming up with young security agent Jezzie Flannigan, in hopes of finding the girl and stopping the brutal psychopath.