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Poster of Why Be Good?: Sexuality & Censorship in Early Cinema

Why Be Good?: Sexuality & Censorship in Early Cinema

Release Date: Wednesday, May 23 2007 (15 years ago)
Portrait of Diane LaneDiane Lane
Narrator (voice)
Diane Lane was:
Portrait of Maria RivaMaria Riva
Herself
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Portrait of Cari BeauchampCari Beauchamp
Herself
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Portrait of Leatrice Joy GilbertLeatrice Joy Gilbert
Herself
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Portrait of A.C. LylesA.C. Lyles
Himself
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Portrait of Bob MitchellBob Mitchell
Himself
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Portrait of Michael SchlesingerMichael Schlesinger
Himself
Michael Schlesinger was:
Portrait of Budd SchulbergBudd Schulberg
Himself
Budd Schulberg was:
Portrait of Mark VieraMark Viera
Himself
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Portrait of Marc WanamakerMarc Wanamaker
Himself
Marc Wanamaker was:
Portrait of William Wellman Jr.William Wellman Jr.
Himself
William Wellman Jr. was:
Portrait of Michael WestmoreMichael Westmore
Himself
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Portrait of Theda BaraTheda Bara
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Portrait of Clara BowClara Bow
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Portrait of Louise BrooksLouise Brooks
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Portrait of Charlie ChaplinCharlie Chaplin
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Portrait of Joan CrawfordJoan Crawford
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Portrait of Bebe DanielsBebe Daniels
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Portrait of Bette DavisBette Davis
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Portrait of Cecil B. DeMilleCecil B. DeMille
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Portrait of Marlene DietrichMarlene Dietrich
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Portrait of Douglas FairbanksDouglas Fairbanks
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Portrait of Greta GarboGreta Garbo
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Portrait of John GilbertJohn Gilbert
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Portrait of Cary GrantCary Grant
Self (archive footage)
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Portrait of D.W. GriffithD.W. Griffith
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Portrait of Texas GuinanTexas Guinan
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Portrait of Jean HarlowJean Harlow
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Portrait of Sessue HayakawaSessue Hayakawa
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Portrait of William H. HaysWilliam H. Hays
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Portrait of William Randolph HearstWilliam Randolph Hearst
William Randolph Hearst was:
Portrait of Leslie HowardLeslie Howard
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Portrait of Myrna LoyMyrna Loy
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Portrait of Mary Miles MinterMary Miles Minter
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Portrait of Colleen MooreColleen Moore
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Portrait of Owen MooreOwen Moore
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Portrait of Pola NegriPola Negri
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Portrait of Mabel NormandMabel Normand
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Portrait of Mary PickfordMary Pickford
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Portrait of Edna PurvianceEdna Purviance
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Portrait of Virginia RappeVirginia Rappe
Virginia Rappe was:
Portrait of Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt
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Portrait of Barbara StanwyckBarbara Stanwyck
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Portrait of Gloria SwansonGloria Swanson
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Portrait of Rudolph ValentinoRudolph Valentino
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Portrait of Fannie WardFannie Ward
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Portrait of Mae WestMae West
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Portrait of Woodrow WilsonWoodrow Wilson
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