Talking pictures with sin were ablaze
They'd depict it in infinite ways
Or at least innuendo
Which increased to crescendo
'Til restricted by skin-flint Will Hayes.
Chester Morris takes a gander at the gam of Jean Harlow in Red-Headed Woman (Jack Conway; 1932), written by Anita Loos, lightening a first draft by F. Scott Fitzgerald, based on a novel of the same name by Katherine Bush. Censor Will Hays headed Hollywood's production code.