Monday, July 30, 2012

Getting out the protractor

Kira Cochrane at the Guardian on the history of the British Board of Film Classification:
In 1916, the board's president, TP O'Connor, drew up a list of 43 grounds for deletion. These included indecorous dancing, unnecessary exhibition of underclothing, subjects dealing with premeditated seduction of girls, the effects of vitriol throwing, and materialisation of the conventional figure of Christ.

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