Moral crusade post 1960

June 1995
Sight & Sound;Jun95 Forbidden Cinema Supplement, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p22
Chronicles the history of film censorship related to moral crusade in Great Britain. Mary Whitehouse's launching of the Clean Up TV Campaign (CUTC) at Birmingham Town Hall; Establishment of the National Viewers and Listeners Association (NVALA); Launching of the Nationwide Festival of Light (NFOL).


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