By order of the Memphis Board of Motion Picture Censors, Brewster's
Millions was banned last week from Memphis cinemas. The board's reason:
"Rochester" (Eddie Anderson), the Negro comedian, "has an important
role and has too familiar a way about him." Also, the picture "presents
too much social equality and racial mixture."
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