Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and later in the movie Peter Fonda narrate the story about the censorship, exploitation and sex in Hollywood movies from the 1930s and the Hays' Motion Picture Production Code to the present day era. This documentary focuses, sometimes just for a minute and sometimes for much longer, on the censorship issues with Party Girl (1930), Baby Face (1933), I'm No Angel (1933), Polly Tix in Washington (1933), Betty Boop, The Dentist (1932), King Kong (1933), Love Life of a Gorilla (1937), Sex Madness (1938), The Gang's All Here (1943), The Outlaw (1943), The French Line (1954), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), Bus Stop (1956), How to Be Very, Very Popular (1955), Sheree North's Harem Dance (1953), which is an example of the so-called "cheesecake films" that were popular during that era, High School Confidential! (1958), The Girl Can't Help It (1956), Promises..... Promises! (1963), Baby Doll (1956), Blood Feast (1963), Peeping Tom (1960), Easy Rider (1969), Reefer ...
The Most Controversial Moments In Movie Censorship
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