Cut It Out; A Day In The Life Of A Censor

by Brunel, Adrian

Film: 35mm 1925

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film: 35mm
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Satire attacking the censorship of films in Britain, in which a director and cast making a film are constantly hampered and interrupted by an interfering busybody censoring the action. Satire on film censorship showing how the efforts of a film director and his cast and crew are constantly frustrated by a busybody censor during the making of a film. The film is about a wicked Earl who has designs on the wife of his cousin who has gone off to war. The censor is finally run over by a train which bears down on the heroine as she lies bound to the railway track.


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