What shocked the censors! (1933)

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What Shocked the Censors B BIG GAGE, THE MARCH, 1933 REEL 4.—Eliminate view of tigers tearing body to pieces. BIG DRIVE JANUARY, 1933 REEL 7.—Eliminate views of hand-to-hand conflict between soldiers where they are fighting for their very lives, actually killing one another (6). (These scenes are unnecessarily inhuman and revolting). BIG TOWN NOVEMBER, 1932 REEL 2.—Eliminate view of men in car actually throwing Romero out of car. BIRD OF PARADISE— AUGUST, 1932 REEL 8.—Eliminate: "... and we lire together." BITTER TEA OF GENERAL YEN DECEMBER, 1932 REEL 3.—In scene of execution, eliminate all views of victims falling to the ground (3). Eliminate view of leader deliberately firing at man who is running away from firing squad. BLACK KING JULY, 1932 REEL 7.—Eliminate last view of Mary Lou on the floor where bare breast is exposed. BLAME THE WOMAN— OCTOBER, 1932 REEL 1.—Eliminate scenes where crook knocks man out and steals pearls from him (3). BLONDIE JOHNSON MARCH, 1933 REEL 2.—Eliminate: "Six different guys to the tune of forty bucks; that's twenty apiece." "All we want is to get a line on the judge." "Juries are simpler." "Then you can give me your idea about the jury, see." "... and that sacred message rests under the heart of that little ivoman." . . . "The cruel mockery that we're perpetrating here makes me cast aside respect for statutes, to shout condemnation at man-made laws!' "Should have had that Swede on the jury." "Those once big, shiny eyes of hers look now through tears toward wo- man's greatest glory— motherhood." REEL 4.—"Working on his own—my racket—with that blond bag." "There's no limit to this new field we're going to get in. Here's your cut." Eliminate all views of Blondie distributing money, received from shake- down, to her confederates, Mae and Lulu. REEL 5.—Eliminate all views of machine gun shown in opening in back of trick bar. Eliminate view of Max's hand covered with blood. REEL 6.—Eliminate italicised words: "And as long as you and the boys are getting your cut, I don't see why you worry about what I do." 20