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This Soda Pops - 讃州中学勇者部* - Aurora Days an article about film censorship in the United Kingdom. Early cinema exhibition became subject to the Disorderly Houses Act Section 4 of the Video Recordings Act required that videos for sale in the UK should be certified by an authority  and the BBFC by this time renamed as British Board of Film Classification became that designated authority in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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This biopic was abandoned in post-productionand the unedited rolls of original camera negative were shelved until their accidental rediscovery inwhich led to the film being restored by, in effect, editing the film as it would have been had the production process not been interrupted.
It is believed that the rapid decline in Lloyd George 's popularity during the shooting period led to fears that the film would meet a hostile reception if released, and that as a result, the leadership of the Liberal Party engineered What Hell Can Create - Sodom - Sodom : 1995-2001 suppression. The Phantom of the Opera. Banned because of "inflammatory subtitles and Bolshevist Propaganda". The film was exhibited in private showings and in certain localities.
Unbanned after the death of Joseph Stalin. Rejected by British censors and banned due to disturbing content and again in for a cinema rating certificate. Available from - passed with an X rating. Island of Lost Souls. Submitted to and refused a certificate by the British Board of Film Censors in, andprimarily due to concerns over footage and dialogue references to vivisection. It is likely that the and refusals were informed by concern that distribution of the film would constitute an offence under the Cinematograph Films Animals Act The Mad Doctor.
This Mickey Mouse short was banned on its initial release because of its horror atmosphere. On its initial release this Betty Boop animated short was banned for depicting Hell in a humoristic manner, which was deemed blasphemous. Refused a certificate by the British Board of Film Censors inand never subsequently resubmitted for theatrical or home release since. Banned Waldik Soriano - Waldik Sempre Waldik distribution in the United Kingdom until as the censors felt the film encouraged criminal activity and antisocial behavior.
Black Sunday. Mario Bava 's film was banned due to its violent content until This Samuel Fuller film was initially banned on multiple counts but mainly because the film "presents a mental hospital in a light that would be considered objectionable in this country", which BBFC secretary John Trevelyan felt was offensive to "people who have friends and relatives with mental illness". The BBFC subsequently received a letter from the distributors who objected the film's ban and tried to make 'minor deletions' to the film in order to make it acceptable, but the film was still rejected.
Subsequent attempts to release the film were rejected in andbut the Greater London Council passed the film with an X certificate in The film was later passed at an uncut 15 certificate on home video in This controversial drama was banned for a release. This Samuel Fuller crime film was initially banned, but was later given an uncut release for a home video release, with an 18 certificate. Originally banned inbut a cut version was allowed with a X certificate in All versions have been released uncut since the VHS release.
This Peter Fonda motorbike film was banned inbut was cut for a cinema What Hell Can Create - Sodom - Sodom : 1995-2001 . Later uncut for VHS version and onward. Roger Corman 's film was banned due to the overall film condoning and glamorizing the use of LSD. The film was rejected by the BBFC four times between and It was not released in Britain until InKen Loach was commissioned by the Save the Children Fund charity to make an hour-long documentary promoting its work. Misty - Various - Fly Me To The Moon - 60 Cool Classics viewing the rough cutthe charity's executives refused to sanction the film's distribution or broadcast in the belief that it was a negative portrayal of their organisation.
The dispute resulted in a court ruling to the effect that the film's master elements be preserved in the National Film and Television Archivebut that no access be allowed without Save the Children's Permission. Banned originally in under the title Ninety Nine Women.
Passed in with a minute Booker T.* & Priscilla* - Booker T. & Priscilla due to animal cruelty. Initially banned ina cut version was passed in for general cinema release, and was passed uncut in
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