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Francis Hotel during a party) landed the popular silent comedian in jail.Charges were reduced to manslaughter and Arbuckle went on trial (there would be three trials).Censorship boards were set up in various states and controls began to be imposed, often on a voluntary basis, once moving pictures became widespread and available to mass viewing audiences (encouraged by the popularity of nickelodeons, first called "arcade peepshows").However, the vast complexity of various local, state and national censorship laws added to the problem of enforcement, i.e.[Note: Brian De Palma's noirish The Black Dahlia (2006) was adapted from the James Ellroy novel about the notorious case, with Josh Hartnett and Aaron Eckhart as detectives, Scarlett Johansson as Eckhart's sultry girlfriend, and Mia Kirschner as the doomed starlet.]Censorship bills were introduced in many states and localities, and in 1922, the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (MPPDA) was formed by the studios. Hays was appointed to head the organization, to begin efforts to clean up the motion picture industry before the public's anger at declining morality depicted in films hurt the movie business.

One of his first acts of Hays in 'cleaning-up' Hollywood, due to pressure from Hollywood's top film executives, was to banish the acquitted actor-comedian Arbuckle from film, at least temporarily, in order to distract the public.However, his health rapidly went in decline before his imminent death.His wife Dorothy Davenport, another Hollywood star, preached that Reid's drug addiction was a disease and not a sign of his moral depravity (commonly believed at the time).The third jury - after a six-minute verdict - stated: "Acquittal is not enough for Roscoe Arbuckle. We wish him success and hope that the American people will take the judgement of twelve men and women that Roscoe Arbuckle is entirely innocent and free from all blame." However, Arbuckle's film career was essentially over, although he sought to make a comeback as a director, stage performer, and film actor.Further scandal erupted over the murder of 49 year-old millionaire film director William Desmond Taylor, popular comedian Mabel Normand's lover, in February 1922 - he was shot to death in his LA apartment after spending the early evening with Normand.Most studios basically ignored the regulatory restrictions, because there was no enforcement that was effective, and they knew that film-going audiences wanted to see the kinds of things (sex and crime) that were being blacklisted.