U.S. importers of foreign films are picking their pictures closer to the
standards set up by the National Legion of Decency. Of 76 imports in
1952, reported Variety last week, 13 were condemned. The score for last
year: three out of 47. The U.S. product passed Legion scrutiny even
better; out of a total of 336 pictures, only one (The Moon Is Blue) was
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