After a special exhibition of the film 'Blindfolded,' Sir Robert Peacock, and members of the Manchester Watch Committee decided to ban the film for exhibition in the city. It was passed by the National Board of Film Censors in London. The kinema licences prohibited 'any film which would encourage or incite to crime or likely to educate the public in the wrong direction.'
Film Banned: Police and a Crime and Crook Picture
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Blindfolded (View more)
Raymond B. West
Richard Schayer (story)
Patrick "The Ear" Muldoon, a professional safecracker, passes on his skills to his daughter Peggy. However, after reading Ralph Waldo Emerson's books, Peggy decides to forego a life of ...
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