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Otha 1 year ago
Having self appointed moralists telling us what we can or cannot watch.
       
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Frankenstein (1931)

The cinematic adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic novel was met with a lot of criticism from a lot of state censor boards and interest groups. The reasons ranged from blasphemy to moral corruption, with the state of Kansas requesting 32 scenes be taken out before the film could be shown in the state. Universal Studios eventually compromised with Kansas, but some scenes were not re-discovered until the 1980s when the negatives were found in Universal’s film vault.

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You Don’t Even Know You Didn’t See The Full Versions Of These Movies Thanks To US Censorship
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