What shocked the censors! (1933)

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What Shocked the Censors B BEHIND JURY DOORS FEBRUARY, 1933 REEL 1.—"Never would have found that Dutchman's joint if we hadn't had an official guide." REEL 4.—"You recall that Halliday incident in the Lanfield trial? Well, that little class in vocational juryship was held in a beer joint operated by Gus Mauger." "What about it?" "Although Halliday ivas supposed to have arranged things differently, Gus Mauger was an eye witness." "Well, grease him." "Yes, Halliday's attended to that." "Halliday can attend to Mauger. What we got to do is handle the jurors differently." REEL 5.—"Don't worry. They're all right. They think it was just a nice little party without any harm done." (Referring to jurors.) "Aw, take it easy Corbett. You both deliberately framed Lanfield. You both had Halliday frame the jurors and Mr. Fisher over here framed the court. "Well, you've got to have strong weapons to fight political gangdom." ". . . anything Fisher comes through with he'll get back for protection for running that beer joint." Eliminate significant look between two gunmen as they handle gun, and eliminate words: "Yeah — okay." (before killing Mauger) REEL 6.—Eliminate italicised words: "Squeals?' How can he? He framed the jury and he filed the Mauger killing. ..." "Sure he did, but he was carrying out orders." ". . . we didn't have any connection with what he's done . . ." "We didn't?" "I'm talking about framing that Lanfield jury . . . etc." "Say, listen, / only took orders from you and Fisher, didn't 1, Fisher?" REEL 7.—"I'm going to tell them how you paid me good dough to influence that jury." "Why don't you try the window, it's only ten floors above the pavement." BETWEEN FIGHTING MEN NOVEMBER, 1932 REEL 3.—"All right, then. Who's going to get blamed if anything should happen to them? Now listen, all we got to worry about is collectin' our money for the herd." REEL 4.—"Now listen, Buck, you boys get that herd moving and we'll go over and take care of the old man." "They got him." "Well, I guess he s gone. We'd better get rid of this evidence." "How about smoking him out?" BIG BROADCAST OCTOBER, 1932 REEL 4.—Eliminate scene where Bing actually turns on gas (to commit suicide). (This allows one indistinct view of Bing's hand on gas jet, partially turning it.) 19