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  9. How a Pennsylvania Coal Mining Film Shook the Nation | Forbes ... › article › how-pennsylvania
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    To craft a story acceptable to the studio, censors and himself, Muni enlisted the help of his wife’s brother, Abem Finkel, a screenwriter at Warner Brothers. Finkel’s “treatment” of Jan Volkanik, which “toned down the objectionable capital versus labor elements,” was submitted as a proposal to the reading department at Warner Brothers.xxxiii Muni introduced Finkel to Musmanno in late May 1934, after which the two maintained a steady correspondence while Finkel crafted the screenplay.3, xxxivIn his efforts to portray realistic conditions, Finkel consulted Musmanno frequently about Pennsylvania coal mines, miners and the CIP. At this point, Finkel became the primary intermediary between the studio and Musmanno, as Muni became immersed in work on another film, Bordertown. The Finkel-Musmanno correspondence reveals considerable self-censorship in the screenplay writing process in the effort to preempt PCA and state censor conflict. The original screenplay was guided by their perceptions...

    When Black Furybegan showing in April and May of 1935, it sparked widespread commentary across the country. Apart from the unanimously lauded artistic performance of Muni, the response varied from gushing praise to outright censure. The clashing responses to the film’s treatment of labor content reflected a nation in upheaval. The Great Depression had created a rift in Americans’ social and political ideology; capitalism appeared to have failed. Although FDR was implementing New Deal policies, improvement was slow. The U.S. would not fully recover until after entering World War II. American laborers were greatly impacted by the slowed economy; union issues that had simmered beneath the surface erupted in 1935, creating a schism between craft and industrial unionism within the American Federation of Labor (AFL). The AFL was an alliance of craft unions, which consisted of skilled workers organized into unions based on job specialty. The harsh Depression years hastened the erosion of t...

    “A Word with Paul Muni”. New York Times (New York, NY), January 27, 1935. Black Fury. Directed by Michael Curtiz. United States: First National Pictures, 1935. “Black Fury: Dynamic Film”. Los Angeles Times, May 24, 1935. Paul Muni Papers. *T-Mss 1967-005. Billy Rose Theatre Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Black, Gregory D. “Hollywood censored: The production code administration and the Hollywood film industry, 1930-1940”. Film History 3, no. 3 (1989): 167-189. Retrieved from Blake, Ben. The Awakening of American Theatre. New York: Tomorrow, 1935. Brody, David. Workers in Industrial America: Essays on the Twentieth Century Struggle. New York: Oxford University Press, 1980. Butler, Frank and Robert Taylor. “Coal and Iron Justice”. The Nation, Oct. 16, 1929, 404. Retrieved from “Cinema: ‘Black Fury’”, Time...

    1This scene is a referral to the 1929 Barkoski murder by three CIP of the Pittsburgh Coal Company. 2 Muni made all the contract negotiations. He submitted the manuscript to the studio, arranged for the purchase of rights to the play Bohunk, which along with Jan Volkanikprovided material for the screenplay, and negotiated the contract for writers’ credits. See Muni’s May 7, 1934 letter to Musmanno. Musmanno Papers. 3The letter mentions the recently established “direct friendship” between Musmanno and Finkel through Muni’s facilitation. 4See the discussion of the National Coal Association’s influence on page 11 of this essay. 5Although no record of the proceedings could be found, the symposium was to include the PA governor’s wife, Mrs. Gifford Pinchot, playwright Albert Maltz, Musmanno, several film critics, and three PA coal miners. 6Refer to page 4 for details of the Board’s origin.

    i William H. Young and Nancy K. Young, The 1930s (Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press, 2002), xvii. ii Michael Adams, “Film”, in The Thirties in America, ed. Thomas Tandy Lewis, vol. 1 (Pasadena, CA.: Salem Press, 2011), 321. iii Gregory D. Black, “Hollywood censored: The production code administration and the Hollywood film industry, 1930-1940”, Film History3 no. 3, (1989), 167. iv Francis R. Walsh, “The Films We Never Saw: American Movies View Organized Labor, 1934-1954”, Labor History27, 568. v Pennsylvania, John Purdon, Frank F. Brightly, and George Coode, Brightly's Purdon's digest: A digest of the statute law of the state of Pennsylvania from the year 1700 to 1894 (Philadelphia: Kay and Brother, 1894), 1696. vi “Wanted”, The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 2, 1902. vii Frank Butler and Robert Taylor, “Coal and Iron Justice”, The Nation, Oct. 16, 1929, 404. viii Black Fury, dir. Michael Curtiz (United States: First National Pictu...

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