Cinema: Censors' Victory

When Atlanta censors barred the Negro-problem film Lost Boundaries, Producer Louis de Rochemont decided to put up a fight (TIME, Nov. 28). Through federal courts, he spent $25,000 fighting the censors' ban on his film. Last week tenacious Producer de Rochemont had to admit he was licked. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to review the case. Thus the court left unchanged a 1915 decision that movies are primarily entertainment and thus not entitled to the Constitution's protection of free press and speech.


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