By the 1940s, one colorful censor, Helen Tingley, felt that the real trouble with motion pictures wasn't immorality. In her words, "It was stupidity." Viewing eight films a day, she became jaded by bottom of the bill B-movies. After watching Shirley Temple in a late-career stinker, Tingley remarked, "We can reject pictures that are sacrilegious, obscene, indecent, immoral. … Too bad we can't bar this little gem for inhumanity to the audience."