Now we understand that this Bob Clampett cartoon was
meaningful/funny/appropriate for 1942 (probably adult)
audiences, but we've cataloged this juvenile and
children of all ages can check this out. We're
exploring options right now: making all copies adult,
withdrawing them, putting a warning label on each copy
(!), asking Turner to market an "edited" version, etc.
and there are problems with all of these solutions.
Would any of you public librarians care to share what
*YOU* would do?
Toledo-Lucas Co. Public Library
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