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FILMS CENSORED.

THE SUBJECTS REJECTED. REASONS FOR REJECTION. - v LONDON, February 16: During 1913 the British Board of Film Censors, dealing with the world's output, examined 7,628,031 feet of film. I 6f the 7486 subjects, 6861 were passed for universal exhibition. The reasons for rejection included cruelty to animals, indecorous dancing, impropriety in conduct and dress, executions, operations, Materialism of Christ and the Almighty, foreign cus-. Toms abhorrent to British ideas, painful ■ insanity, scenes, -morbid death scenes, and incentives to crime.

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FILMS CENSORED., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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FILMS CENSORED. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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