Cinema: Lawsuit in St. Louis

The U. S. Government has long suspected the U. S. cinema industry of breaking or trying to break the Sherman Anti-Trust law. The U. S. cinema industry has long either controlled its desires or gratified them too adroitly to expose itself to punishment. Last week, in St. Louis, there began what may be the case which the Government has been looking for and the cinema industry avoiding. Warner Brothers, Paramount and RKO, seven of their subsidiaries and five major executives, were haled into court before Federal Judge George Moore, charged with violating...

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