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Dirty Words and Filthy Pictures: Film and the First Amendment - Jeremy Geltzer


From the earliest days of cinema, scandalous films such as The Kiss (1896) attracted audiences eager to see provocative images on screen. With controversial content, motion pictures challenged social



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Dirty Words and Filthy Pictures: Film and the First Amendment - Jeremy Geltzer


From the earliest days of cinema, scandalous films such as The Kiss (1896) attracted audiences eager to see provocative images on screen. With controversial content, motion pictures challenged social