Just because they're black and white, doesn't mean they're prim and proper. In FORBIDDEN HOLLYWOOD, Turner Classic Movies opens up its archives to showcase films that are startling in their modern values and explicit sexuality. Love affairs, alcoholics, and sexual liberation all figure in this collection of films from the pre-Code 1930s: THE DIVORCEE, a sordid tale of infidelity; A FREE SOUL, starring Lionel Barrymore and Clark Gable; THREE ON A MATCH, the story of three childhood friends; FEMALE, directed by Michael Curtiz; and NIGHT NURSE, directed by William Wellman. Also included here is the documentary THOU SHALT NOT: SEX, SIN AND CENSORSHIP IN PRE-CODE HOLLYWOOD, a fascinating exploration of pre-Code films, their art, and unique place in film history. Please see individual titles for detailed synopsis information.