2 part tv documentary examining swearing in British TV over 40 Years. Highlights include the first use of the "F" word and "C" word and how films redubbed for tv substitute swear words for made up ones.

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2 part tv documentary examining swearing in British TV over 40 Years. Highlights include the first use of the "F" word and "C" word and how films redubbed for tv substitute swear words for made up ones.

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Forty Years of F***  »

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Features BBC 3: Episode #1.7 (1965) See more »

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A Shot in the Dark
Composed by Henry Mancini
From A Shot in the Dark (1964)
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