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Censored Shirley Temple Film Curly Top (1935) was one of Shirley Temple's first feature films for 20th Century Fox. In it Shirley played a lovable, spunky orphan. The film is best known for Shirley's famous 'Animal Crackers' song. Movie scholars also remember Curly Top as the film that featured a controversial Temple hula dance that ended up on the cutting room floor. What did seven-year-old Shirley do to ire the censors? She wore a grass hula skirt but no top! The public didn't see little Shirley's bare torso until the late 1970s when the clip was included in the syndicated TV program 'That's Hollywood!' The hula scene is not included in DVDs or videotapes.
Tags: Curly  Top  censored  dance 
Added: 8th October 2009
Views: 9940
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Posted By: Lava1964
1970 Dodge Charger Retro Commercial Tags: 1970    Dodge    Charger    TV    advertisement    hot    sexy    car    funny    banned    ads    comedy    censored    auto     
Added: 15th March 2009
Views: 1584
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Posted By: Old Fart
Laverne And Shirley Censored The popular sitcom Laverne and Shirley was heavily censored before it could be shown in Thailand. Why? It is considered immoral for two unrelated, single women to share a home in that country. How did Thai censors get around that problem? A disclaimer before each episode explained that Laverne and Shirley were two escapees from a lunatic asylum!
Tags: Laverne  and  Shirley  Thailand  censorship 
Added: 11th September 2008
Views: 3029
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Posted By: Lava1964
Censored National Geographic This February 2006 issue of National Geographic was censored in Iran. Why? The cover story was about love and the cover photo showed two people embracing. In Iran, public displays of affection are considered offensive.
Tags: censorship  Iran  National  Geographic 
Added: 11th September 2008
Views: 1745
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Posted By: Lava1964
Censored Match Game Answer In this episode of Match Game '75, Marcia Wallace's answer was considered so risque that it was censored. (She wrote 'genitalia.')
Tags: Match  Game  censorship  Marcia  Wallace 
Added: 7th June 2009
Views: 2306
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bugs Bunny Controversy The last line of the 1954 Bugs Bunny cartoon Bewitched Bunny upset the politically correct crowd in the 1980s. In the final scene Bugs' nemesis, Witch Hazel, is transformed into a beautiful female rabbit through magic but retains her witchy cackle. As Bugs walks off with her he comments, 'Sure, I know, but aren't they all witches inside?' In Canada, censors declared the offhand remark to be misogynistic. In some DVD releases the last line has been changed to, 'Sure, I know, but who wants to be alone on Halloween?'
Tags: Bugs  Bunny  censored  cartoon 
Added: 8th February 2010
Views: 2829
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Posted By: Lava1964
Edward R Murrow Stamp Controversy This commemorative postage stamp honoring the late great journalist Edward R. Murrow was somewhat controversial when it was released to the public in 1994. Why? It was based on a photograph of Murrow in which he was holding a cigarette. The cigarette was conveniently omitted from the image when the stamp was created, irking a few people who knew the chain-smoking Murrow was seldom seen without a cigarette in his hand. (Murrow routinely smoked 65 cigarettes a day, claimed he couldn't go without one for more than 30 minutes, had surgery in 1963 to remove a blackened lung, and died in 1965 of lung cancer.)
Tags: censored  postage  stamp  Edward  Murrow 
Added: 16th July 2014
Views: 797
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Posted By: Lava1964
Private Snafu - WWII Mail Censorship During the Second World War the American War Department produced 26 animated movies featuring a goofy character named Private Snafu. Racy for their era, they were not released to the general public; they were only shown to military personnel. Each film was designed to illustrate something important about military life. This one from 1944, titled Censored, shows the pitfalls of trying to elude the US Army's mail censor. You'll recognize the voice of Private Snafu: It's Mel Blanc. Snafu sounds exactly like Bugs Bunny!
Tags: Private  Snafu  military  film  mail  censorship  WWII 
Added: 21st July 2014
Views: 2719
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Posted By: Lava1964

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