F*** The Stutz-Bearcat: An Alternate TL of Film

Here is the second draft of the ATL:

POD: September 5, 1921: Fatty Arbuckle took a break from his film schedule and decided not to attend an party he hosted at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco due to suffering second-degree burns to both buttocks from an accident on set,....

February 2, 1922
: William Desmond Taylor is found at his bungalow in Westlake, Los Angeles surviving an attempted murder by an unknown murderer, with the chase all around the city ending with the killer's face impaled and mutated on his neighbor's sword, sparking international attention and concern,....

September 18, 1922: The film Haxan directed by Swedish director Benjamin Christensen is released, amidst controversy over nudity, witchcraft and Satanism, triggering riots and civil unrest...

August 1, 1925: Actress Joan Crawford makes her hit debut in the "stag film" (porn film) Velvet Lips, sparking international attention

April 12, 1929: Tiburon Entertainment is founded as Feline Follies Productions in Tiburon, California by Pat Sullivan to initially produce sound cartoons for his creation, Felix the Cat,....

April 13, 1931: Actress Clara Bow dies of a drug overdose in Hollywood, California, after suffering clinical depression brought on by alleged affairs with numerous actors, sparking international attention,....

November 20, 1931: I Am A Fugutive From A Chain Gang directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starring Paul Muni, makes its hit debut, detailing brutal prison conditions in the South, sparking calls for political change,....

May 5, 1932: The Fighters of the Impossible animated movie starring Michael Barrett and produced by Feline Follies Productions, the first non-Felix the Cat production by the company, makes its hit debut,....

September 16, 1932: Blonde Venus starring Marlene Dietrich, directed by Frank Capra, makes its hit debut, sensationalizing the rise of prostitution and pornography in Great Depression America, sparking international attention,....

March 31, 1933: Gabriel Over the White House directed by Gregory La Cava, is seen as a powerful indictment against the policies of Herbert Hoover, and a supportive manifesto for the Roosevelt Administration,....

April 30, 1934: Hitler's Reign of Terror documentary by Michael Mindlin, reveals the rise of anti-Semitism and violence in Germany, sparking calls for a ban by American Nazi Party members and the KKK, sparking international attention,....

February 14, 1935: Mister Galaxy animated movie starring Neville Lawrence and Matilda Lawson and produced by Feline Follies Productions makes its hit debut,....

August 9, 1935: Actress Loretta Young is scandalized after evidence of her abortion is revealed, after her affair with actor Clark Gable is revealed, ruining her image and standing with the Mormon Church in Salt Lake City, Utah,....

December 26, 1936: Mobster Benjamin "Bugsy Siegel", backed by Meyer Lansky, emerges as the top crime boss in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 12, 1938: German director Leni Riefenstahl meets with Walt Disney in Los Angeles , California, proposing a film to support a "German-American alliance" dubbed the "Pact of Steel",...

September 23, 1940: Father Charles Coughlin calls for a ban on certain films in a rally in New York City, New York, citing the fears of rising tide of "indecency and immorality ", sparking international attention,...

January 7, 1942: Battle of Moscow; Nazi victory proclaimed, as Stalin and Foreign Secretary Molotov are evacuated to Novosibirsk, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 5, 1943: Dirk Dangerous, anti-Nazi propaganda animated film starring Jack Kirby and produced by Feline Follies Productions, makes its hit debut,...

April 7, 1945: Brewster's Millions, starring African-American comedian Eddie "Rochester" Anderson as the inheritor of the fortune of a white billionaire, sparking calls for bans throughout the South, due to racially charged commentary,....

January 4, 1946: Scarlet Street directed by Fritz Lang, starring Edward G. Robinson and Joann Bennett is released, detailing the rise of organized crime and prostitution in the post-War era,....

June 20, 1947: Mobster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel is assassinated in Beverly Hills, California; Mickey Cohen emerges as the new crime boss in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention,...

May 12, 1948: Bean Me Up, Scotty, a comedy, action-adventure movie starring French actor Mainfred Durant as a homosexual man fighting off angry, confused aliens and anti-LGBT killers, sparking calls for bans by conservatives, condemning the film for "attempting to normalize degenerate sexualities",....

February 5, 1949: Navid Shomali, leader of Tudeh Party, launches the call for socialist revolution in Tehran, sparking international attention,...

June 30, 1949: Lost Boundaries directed by Alfred L. Worker , starring Mel Ferrer and Beatrice Pearson, makes its hit debut, amidst controversy over mixed race communities and relationships, the film is banned throughout the South,...

July 28, 1949: Smokey and the Bear Police animated movie by Feline Follies Productions, makes its hit debut, openly challenging Disney animation as "inferior",....

September 25- November 20, 1949: Reverend Billy Graham leads his "Crusade for America " in Los Angeles, California, condemning the film industry of "promoting sin and vice", sparking international attention,....

April 10, 1950: FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover resigns under heavy scrutiny after OSS Director William Angleton presents President Harry Truman with incriminating photos at Camp David, Maryland,

May 26, 1952: William F. Buckley (R-NY) creates the International Motion Picture Association (IMPA) film rating system in response to the rise of "undesirable Hollywood shenanigans" and the "invasion of non-white entertainment", sparking international attention,....

September 19, 1952: Actor Charlie Chaplin is exiled from the United States amidst rumors of "Communist sympathies" , but legal documents point to the studio discomfort over 4 underage wives , and reports of child pornography,...

August 19, 1953: British and American officials overthrow the government of Mohammed Mossadeq; Navid Shomali calls for the overthrow of Shah Mohammed Pahlavi, sparking international attention and concern ,...

October 1, 1953: Ad executive Hugh Hefner commits suicide in New York City, New York, after the failure to launch an adult men's magazine, ...

February 23, 1956: Rival crime boss Jack Dragna is assassinated outside his home in Brentwood, California, highlighting the power of organized crime networks in the region,...

March 7, 1956: Ecco the Dolphin, created by Harvey Kokushi, starring Matt Wright and produced by Feline Follies Productions (now known as Tiburon Entertainment) makes its hit debut,....

June 12, 1956: Red Faction, starring Audrey Covington and Clifford Tomlinson as extremely underpaid and overworked workers who help lead a rebellion against the Cerebro Corporation, a mega-corp that symbolizes American greed and excess, sparking panics of "Communist Invasion of Hollywood",....

December 19, 1956: Actresses Elizabeth Taylor and Debbie Reynolds publicly brawl during the film premiere of Bundle of Joy amidst reports of affairs with Eddie Fisher, sparking international attention and concern,....

July 13, 1957: Soviet leaders proclaim support for Tudeh guerrillas led by Navid Shomali at their 4th Plenum in Moscow, sparking international attention,...

November 14, 1957: Appalachin Conference; Mickey Cohen and Los Angeles crime bosses escape arrest by FBI agents after avoiding a conference in Appalachin, New York, led by Joseph "Joe the Barber" Barbara,...

April 24, 1958: Mob Hitman Johnny Stompanato is accused of the death of actress Lana Turner in Hollywood, California, sparking concerns over organized crime involvement in the area,...

August 5, 1959: Monarch of the Glenn, created by Ryosei Kagiyama and produced by Tiburon Entertainment, starring Matt Wright in a world divided between two large empires with huge technological gaps and a unbreakable border between each other,....

May 1, 1965: "Toufan" (e.g. socialist guerrillas) led by Bani Sadr, launch armed insurrection across major cities in Iran, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 24, 1965: Harem Scarum film starring Elvis Presley and Ann Margaret , is released, promoting U.S. military involvement in Iran, sparking international attention,...

May 1, 1966: Jerry Falwell Sr., of Lynchburg, Virginia, introduces the "Traditional Family Values" Amendment during "I Love America" rallies that calls for the banning of any film with "morally questionable content" and will overwrite MPAA under U.S. law; critics warns that if the law is passed, then it'll ban every movie above PG-13,....

March 16, 1968: Nowruz Uprising; Tudeh forces launch a massive offensive against U.S. / U.K. Coalition forces in all major cities nationwide, shifting U.S. opinion against the war,...

March 14, 1969: Tudeh officers order the roundup and deportation of ethnic Kurds to re-education camps, sparking international condemnation and controversy,...

June 12, 1969: Artist/ director Andy Warhol releases Stag Film, a protest against social and religious conservatives, banned in most states and cities,...

May 24, 1974: The Thorn written and directed by Bette Midler, makes its hit debut, attacking organized religion, featuring graphic nudity and hardcore sexuality, including scenes of the Apostles in a gay group sex scene, triggering riots in several states...

October 4, 1974
: Female Trouble film directed by John Waters, is banned in several states amidst concerns about its graphic nudity, and hardcore sexuality, along with its attack on organized religion, sparking international attention,....

July 29, 1976: Mobster Mickey Cohen dies at his home in Beverly Hills, California amidst reports of extortion, racketeering, and murder over his 30-year criminal reign,...

October 6, 1977: Lightbringer syndicated animated children's show by Tiburon Entertainment, starring Nigel Dixon as a young man who becomes the world's first superhero, makes its hit debut,....

June 29, 1978: Actor Bob Crane is implicated in a major pornography/ sex ring, involving underage girls in Hollywood, California, with reports of films being created at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona, sparking international attention,....

August 17, 1979: Monty Python's the Life of Brian film directed by Terry Jones, starring John Cleese, and Eric Idle, triggers riots in several states, with social and religious conservatives condemning the film as "an attack against Christianity", sparking international attention,....

February 17, 1980: Car Wars (SJGURPS) by Steve Jackson is released, cashing in on the Mad Max craze, and the rise of extreme sports, in Western Europe and the United States, featuring a post-apocalyptic setting that touches on the zeitgeist of the period,....

January 16, 1982: If You Love This Planet environmental documentary by Terre Nash is banned in many states, amidst accusations that the film is "foreign propaganda", sparking international attention and concern,...

September 11, 1983: Tudeh leader Abdullah Mohtadi proclaims the United States, Israel and Great Britain as the "root of evil" in the Middle East,....

May 19, 1987: Tudeh leader Hamid Reza Chitgar is assassinated in Tehran, Iran triggering a massive succession crisis, fueling civil unrest in the region,...

August 12, 1988: The Last Temptation of Christ directed by Martin Scorsese, starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, and Barbara Hershey, sparks riots upon its release, sparking international attention and concern about the "inflammatory content of the film"

June 26, 1991: Car Warriors (Epic Comics) based on the SJGURPS video game becomes immensely popular, sparking international attention, with condemnation of the level of violence of the games and storylines,....
 
Here is the second draft of the ATL:

POD: September 5, 1921: Fatty Arbuckle took a break from his film schedule and decided not to attend an party he hosted at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco due to suffering second-degree burns to both buttocks from an accident on set,....

February 2, 1922
: William Desmond Taylor is found at his bungalow in Westlake, Los Angeles surviving an attempted murder by an unknown murderer, with the chase all around the city ending with the killer's face impaled and mutated on his neighbor's sword, sparking international attention and concern,....

September 18, 1922: The film Haxan directed by Swedish director Benjamin Christensen is released, amidst controversy over nudity, witchcraft and Satanism, triggering riots and civil unrest...

August 1, 1925: Actress Joan Crawford makes her hit debut in the "stag film" (porn film) Velvet Lips, sparking international attention

April 12, 1929: Tiburon Entertainment is founded as Feline Follies Productions in Tiburon, California by Pat Sullivan to initially produce sound cartoons for his creation, Felix the Cat,....

April 13, 1931: Actress Clara Bow dies of a drug overdose in Hollywood, California, after suffering clinical depression brought on by alleged affairs with numerous actors, sparking international attention,....

November 20, 1931: I Am A Fugutive From A Chain Gang directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starring Paul Muni, makes its hit debut, detailing brutal prison conditions in the South, sparking calls for political change,....

May 5, 1932: The Fighters of the Impossible animated movie starring Michael Barrett and produced by Feline Follies Productions, the first non-Felix the Cat production by the company, makes its hit debut,....

September 16, 1932: Blonde Venus starring Marlene Dietrich, directed by Frank Capra, makes its hit debut, sensationalizing the rise of prostitution and pornography in Great Depression America, sparking international attention,....

March 31, 1933: Gabriel Over the White House directed by Gregory La Cava, is seen as a powerful indictment against the policies of Herbert Hoover, and a supportive manifesto for the Roosevelt Administration,....

April 30, 1934: Hitler's Reign of Terror documentary by Michael Mindlin, reveals the rise of anti-Semitism and violence in Germany, sparking calls for a ban by American Nazi Party members and the KKK, sparking international attention,....

February 14, 1935: Mister Galaxy animated movie starring Neville Lawrence and Matilda Lawson and produced by Feline Follies Productions makes its hit debut,....

August 9, 1935: Actress Loretta Young is scandalized after evidence of her abortion is revealed, after her affair with actor Clark Gable is revealed, ruining her image and standing with the Mormon Church in Salt Lake City, Utah,....

December 26, 1936: Mobster Benjamin "Bugsy Siegel", backed by Meyer Lansky, emerges as the top crime boss in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 12, 1938: German director Leni Riefenstahl meets with Walt Disney in Los Angeles , California, proposing a film to support a "German-American alliance" dubbed the "Pact of Steel",...

September 23, 1940: Father Charles Coughlin calls for a ban on certain films in a rally in New York City, New York, citing the fears of rising tide of "indecency and immorality ", sparking international attention,...

January 7, 1942: Battle of Moscow; Nazi victory proclaimed, as Stalin and Foreign Secretary Molotov are evacuated to Novosibirsk, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 5, 1943: Dirk Dangerous, anti-Nazi propaganda animated film starring Jack Kirby and produced by Feline Follies Productions, makes its hit debut,...

April 7, 1945: Brewster's Millions, starring African-American comedian Eddie "Rochester" Anderson as the inheritor of the fortune of a white billionaire, sparking calls for bans throughout the South, due to racially charged commentary,....

January 4, 1946: Scarlet Street directed by Fritz Lang, starring Edward G. Robinson and Joann Bennett is released, detailing the rise of organized crime and prostitution in the post-War era,....

June 20, 1947: Mobster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel is assassinated in Beverly Hills, California; Mickey Cohen emerges as the new crime boss in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention,...

May 12, 1948: Bean Me Up, Scotty, a comedy, action-adventure movie starring French actor Mainfred Durant as a homosexual man fighting off angry, confused aliens and anti-LGBT killers, sparking calls for bans by conservatives, condemning the film for "attempting to normalize degenerate sexualities",....

February 5, 1949: Navid Shomali, leader of Tudeh Party, launches the call for socialist revolution in Tehran, sparking international attention,...

June 30, 1949: Lost Boundaries directed by Alfred L. Worker , starring Mel Ferrer and Beatrice Pearson, makes its hit debut, amidst controversy over mixed race communities and relationships, the film is banned throughout the South,...

July 28, 1949: Smokey and the Bear Police animated movie by Feline Follies Productions, makes its hit debut, openly challenging Disney animation as "inferior",....

September 25- November 20, 1949: Reverend Billy Graham leads his "Crusade for America " in Los Angeles, California, condemning the film industry of "promoting sin and vice", sparking international attention,....

April 10, 1950: FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover resigns under heavy scrutiny after OSS Director William Angleton presents President Harry Truman with incriminating photos at Camp David, Maryland,

May 26, 1952: William F. Buckley (R-NY) creates the International Motion Picture Association (IMPA) film rating system in response to the rise of "undesirable Hollywood shenanigans" and the "invasion of non-white entertainment", sparking international attention,....

September 19, 1952: Actor Charlie Chaplin is exiled from the United States amidst rumors of "Communist sympathies" , but legal documents point to the studio discomfort over 4 underage wives , and reports of child pornography,...

August 19, 1953: British and American officials overthrow the government of Mohammed Mossadeq; Navid Shomali calls for the overthrow of Shah Mohammed Pahlavi, sparking international attention and concern ,...

October 1, 1953: Ad executive Hugh Hefner commits suicide in New York City, New York, after the failure to launch an adult men's magazine, ...

February 23, 1956: Rival crime boss Jack Dragna is assassinated outside his home in Brentwood, California, highlighting the power of organized crime networks in the region,...

March 7, 1956: Ecco the Dolphin, created by Harvey Kokushi, starring Matt Wright and produced by Feline Follies Productions (now known as Tiburon Entertainment) makes its hit debut,....

June 12, 1956: Red Faction, starring Audrey Covington and Clifford Tomlinson as extremely underpaid and overworked workers who help lead a rebellion against the Cerebro Corporation, a mega-corp that symbolizes American greed and excess, sparking panics of "Communist Invasion of Hollywood",....

December 19, 1956: Actresses Elizabeth Taylor and Debbie Reynolds publicly brawl during the film premiere of Bundle of Joy amidst reports of affairs with Eddie Fisher, sparking international attention and concern,....

July 13, 1957: Soviet leaders proclaim support for Tudeh guerrillas led by Navid Shomali at their 4th Plenum in Moscow, sparking international attention,...

November 14, 1957: Appalachin Conference; Mickey Cohen and Los Angeles crime bosses escape arrest by FBI agents after avoiding a conference in Appalachin, New York, led by Joseph "Joe the Barber" Barbara,...

April 24, 1958: Mob Hitman Johnny Stompanato is accused of the death of actress Lana Turner in Hollywood, California, sparking concerns over organized crime involvement in the area,...

August 5, 1959: Monarch of the Glenn, created by Ryosei Kagiyama and produced by Tiburon Entertainment, starring Matt Wright in a world divided between two large empires with huge technological gaps and a unbreakable border between each other,....

May 1, 1965: "Toufan" (e.g. socialist guerrillas) led by Bani Sadr, launch armed insurrection across major cities in Iran, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 24, 1965: Harem Scarum film starring Elvis Presley and Ann Margaret , is released, promoting U.S. military involvement in Iran, sparking international attention,...

May 1, 1966: Jerry Falwell Sr., of Lynchburg, Virginia, introduces the "Traditional Family Values" Amendment during "I Love America" rallies that calls for the banning of any film with "morally questionable content" and will overwrite MPAA under U.S. law; critics warns that if the law is passed, then it'll ban every movie above PG-13,....

March 16, 1968: Nowruz Uprising; Tudeh forces launch a massive offensive against U.S. / U.K. Coalition forces in all major cities nationwide, shifting U.S. opinion against the war,...

March 14, 1969: Tudeh officers order the roundup and deportation of ethnic Kurds to re-education camps, sparking international condemnation and controversy,...

June 12, 1969: Artist/ director Andy Warhol releases Stag Film, a protest against social and religious conservatives, banned in most states and cities,...

May 24, 1974: The Thorn written and directed by Bette Midler, makes its hit debut, attacking organized religion, featuring graphic nudity and hardcore sexuality, including scenes of the Apostles in a gay group sex scene, triggering riots in several states...

October 4, 1974: Female Trouble film directed by John Waters, is banned in several states amidst concerns about its graphic nudity, and hardcore sexuality, along with its attack on organized religion, sparking international attention,....

July 29, 1976: Mobster Mickey Cohen dies at his home in Beverly Hills, California amidst reports of extortion, racketeering, and murder over his 30-year criminal reign,...

October 6, 1977: Lightbringer syndicated animated children's show by Tiburon Entertainment, starring Nigel Dixon as a young man who becomes the world's first superhero, makes its hit debut,....

June 29, 1978: Actor Bob Crane is implicated in a major pornography/ sex ring, involving underage girls in Hollywood, California, with reports of films being created at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona, sparking international attention,....

August 17, 1979: Monty Python's the Life of Brian film directed by Terry Jones, starring John Cleese, and Eric Idle, triggers riots in several states, with social and religious conservatives condemning the film as "an attack against Christianity", sparking international attention,....

February 17, 1980: Car Wars (SJGURPS) by Steve Jackson is released, cashing in on the Mad Max craze, and the rise of extreme sports, in Western Europe and the United States, featuring a post-apocalyptic setting that touches on the zeitgeist of the period,....

January 16, 1982: If You Love This Planet environmental documentary by Terre Nash is banned in many states, amidst accusations that the film is "foreign propaganda", sparking international attention and concern,...

September 11, 1983: Tudeh leader Abdullah Mohtadi proclaims the United States, Israel and Great Britain as the "root of evil" in the Middle East,....

May 19, 1987: Tudeh leader Hamid Reza Chitgar is assassinated in Tehran, Iran triggering a massive succession crisis, fueling civil unrest in the region,...

August 12, 1988: The Last Temptation of Christ directed by Martin Scorsese, starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, and Barbara Hershey, sparks riots upon its release, sparking international attention and concern about the "inflammatory content of the film"

June 26, 1991: Car Warriors (Epic Comics) based on the SJGURPS video game becomes immensely popular, sparking international attention, with condemnation of the level of violence of the games and storylines,....
Oh, this thread is back? Ok then.
 
Like what?
Consider for instance the Ed Wood/ Roger Corman films, strangely enough, Jack Nicholson and Kevin Bacon got their starts in the film industry and starred in multiple films. Also consider Adam West Batman cast. Consider many later starred in the Godzilla films...
 
Consider for instance the Ed Wood/ Roger Corman films, strangely enough, Jack Nicholson and Kevin Bacon got their starts in the film industry and starred in multiple films. Also consider Adam West Batman cast. Consider many later starred in the Godzilla films...
But wait, why would these movies cause so much mass shootings?
 
But wait, why would these movies cause so much mass shootings?
Much like OTL, rather than use public funds to deal with war veterans and their mental health issues, or even considering gun control, people would rather blame film violence than address social or societal ills...
 
Much like OTL, rather than use public funds to deal with war veterans and their mental health issues, or even considering gun control, people would rather blame film violence than address social or societal ills...
Oh yeah, I forgot. It's easier to blame everyone and everything else than to consider that you might be wrong about something.:rolleyes:
 
Anyway, are these good?

Here are a few PODs to flag the need for change:

February 12, 1967: The Bloody Assignment film starring Kenne Duncan, Valda Hansen, and Duke Moore is blamed for a mass shooting in New Orleans, Louisiana, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...

April 16, 1976: If Looks Could Kill film starring Antony Carbone and Betsy Jones-Moreland is blamed for a mass shooting in Benton, Kentucky, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...

February 25, 1978: The Blood Hunter film starring Nona Carver and Michael Donovan O'Donnel is blamed for a mass shooting in Anchorage, Alaska, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...

December 25, 1978: Blackout film starring George Kennedy and Rene Bond is blamed for a mass shooting in Montpelier, Vermont, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...

March 11, 1979: On Deathly Grounds film starring Ralph Meeker and George Segal is blamed for a mass shooting in Idaho Falls, Idaho, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...

July 14, 1979: Machete film starring Antony Carbone and Michael Donovan O'Donnell is blamed for a mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...

January 19, 1980: White Ghost film starring Rock Hudson, Robert Forster, Mia Farrow is blamed for a mass shooting in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...

December 24, 1991: Dressed To Kill film starring Matthew Broderick and Hank Azaria is blamed for a mass shooting in Jackson, Mississippi, sparking calls for film censorship regarding violent content,...
 
Definitely go ahead!
Awesome! First of all, I want to get rid of this:
Here's some more Feline Follies/Tiburon productions:

June 5, 1943: Dirk Dangerous, anti-Nazi propaganda animated film starring Jack Kirby and produced by Feline Follies Productions, makes its hit debut,...

July 28, 1949: Smokey and the Bear Police animated movie by Feline Follies Productions, makes its hit debut, openly challenging Disney animation as "inferior",....

March 7, 1956: Ecco the Dolphin, created by Harvey Kokushi, starring Matt Wright and produced by Feline Follies Productions (now known as Tiburon Entertainment) makes its hit debut,....

August 5, 1959: Monarch of the Glenn, created by Ryosei Kagiyama and produced by Tiburon Entertainment, starring Matt Wright in a world divided between two large empires with huge technological gaps and a unbreakable border between each other,....

October 6, 1977: Lightbringer syndicated animated children's show by Tiburon Entertainment, starring Nigel Dixon as a young man who becomes the world's first superhero, makes its hit debut,....

And replace this:
April 12, 1929: Tiburon Entertainment is founded as Feline Follies Productions in Tiburon, California by Pat Sullivan to initially produce sound cartoons for his creation, Felix the Cat,....

May 5, 1932: The Fighters of the Impossible animated movie starring Michael Barrett and produced by Feline Follies Productions, the first non-Felix the Cat production by the company, makes its hit debut,....

February 14, 1935: Mister Galaxy animated movie starring Neville Lawrence and Matilda Lawson and produced by Feline Follies Productions makes its hit debut,....
With this:

April 12, 1929: Tiburon Entertainment is founded as Feline Follies Productions in Tiburon, California by Pat Sullivan to initially produce sound cartoons for his creation, Felix the Cat,....

May 5, 1933: The Fighters of the Impossible animated film starring (insert names here) and produced by Feline Follies Productions, the first non-Felix the Cat production by the company, makes its hit debut,....

February 14, 1935: Mister Galaxy animated film produced by Feline Follies Productions and starring (insert name here) as the titular character, an alien vigilante protecting the human race from hostile threats, makes its hit debut,....

February 14, 1938: Mister Galaxy II animated film produced by Feline Follies Productions and starring (insert name here) as the descendant of the protagonist of the first film, makes its hit debut,....

June 5, 1943: Dirk Danger animated film starring (insert names here) and produced by Feline Follies Productions, presents the story of the titular character fighting against homegrown fascism in his hometown, Cactus City (a.k.a. Denver), Colorado,....
 
What are some changes to the political order that should be added to the ATL. We have c. 100 years of entertainment to go through. One short film that explores this idea well is "Impossible Dreams" based on a short story by Tim Pratt:

 
Here are a few PODs to flag that the timeline is going to have some weird changes:

November 10, 1978: Faces of Deaths documentary starring Michael Carr, written and produced by John Alan Schwartz, makes its hit debut, amidst condemnation over its portrayal of violence,...

November 11, 1980: Shogun Assassin directed by Kenji Misumi, starring Tomisaburo Wakayama and Kayo Mautso, makes its hit debut, despite complaints of violence,...

March 4, 1982: The New York Ripper horror/ slasher film by Lucio Fulci makes its hit debut, is blamed for causing "copycat crimes" sparking international attention and concern,...

August 8, 1990: A Cat in the Brain horror film by Lucio Fulci, is considered a high point in gore, sparking international attention and concern about the genre,...

September 23, 1992: Mikey horror/ psychological thriller film starring Brian Bonsall and Josie Bissett, sparks international attention with a story of an underage killer,...

August 24, 2001: The Profit film documentary by Peter N. Alexander, is released, exposing the practices of the Church of Scientology in Clearwater, Florida, sparking international attention,...

June 21, 2005: Terrorists, Killers & Middle-East Wackos racist, anti-Islam film by Ryen McPherson, Zachary Bubeck, Daniel J. Tanner and Michael Slyman, triggering warnings of ethnic and sectarian violence throughout the Middle East,...

October 15, 2013: Hate Crime found footage horror film written and produced by James Cullen Bressack, makes its hit debut, is accused of promoting religious and racial hate crimes,...
 
April 12, 1929: Tiburon Entertainment is founded as Feline Follies Productions in Tiburon, California by Pat Sullivan to initially produce sound cartoons for his creation, Felix the Cat,....

May 5, 1933: The Fighters of the Impossible animated film starring Lanny Ross, Cal Howard, and Mae Questel and produced by Feline Follies Productions, the first non-Felix the Cat production by the company, makes its hit debut,....

February 14, 1935: Mister Galaxy animated film produced by Feline Follies Productions and starring Jack Mercer and Jessica Dragonette, Sam Parker as the titular character, an alien vigilante protecting the human race from hostile threats, makes its hit debut,....

February 14, 1938: Mister Galaxy II animated film produced by Feline Follies Productions and starring Pinto Colvig, Ted Pierce and Margie Hines as the descendant of the protagonist of the first film, makes its hit debut,....

June 5, 1943: Dirk Danger animated film starring Don Mesick, Alan Reed and Jean Foray and produced by Feline Follies Productions, presents the story of the titular character fighting against homegrown fascism in his hometown, Cactus City (a.k.a. Denver), Colorado,....

Believe it or not, the names all from people in the animation industry of the period...
 
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