How Conservative Groups' Protest Led to an Era of Hollywood Censorship

It's 1933 and Mae West is just arriving at Grauman's Chinese Theater for the premiere of I'm No Angel. It draws fans from all over the country—as well as an organized protest from conservative religious groups. (1:38)

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