Cinema: Cardinal's Campaign

The Roman Catholic Church, through its Legion of Decency, began to get results last week from its boycott to drive obscenity from the screen.

In Chicago, the Legion's board of censors for the first time classified 124 recent pictures for the guidance of Catholic cinemagoers. Among the 52 found "suitable" were Operator 13, The Witching Hour, Honor of the Range, David Harum, The House of Rothschild, Wild Cargo, Melody in Spring, Harold Teen, Thirty Day Princess, The Lost Patrol, The Ferocious Pal.

"Offensive in spots" were Stand Up and Cheer, Shoot the Works...

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