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Release Date:
1971 (USA) See more »
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What is pornography? You'll find out!
Plot:
A look at the rapidly evolving issue of sex censorship in the USA, focusing on the period just as hardcore was just about to become accepted. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 
Bill Bordy ... Commentator

Directed by
Alan Roberts 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Michaels 
Alan Roberts 

Produced by
Alan Roberts .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Steve Carver 
 
Film Editing by
D.W. Barry 
 
Makeup Department
Marlene Scott .... make up
 
Sound Department
Leslie Shatz .... mixer
Laurence Toba-Hagen .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jann Carver .... still photographer
 
Music Department
Rockwell .... original music produced by
 
Other crew
Jerry Posner .... production assistant
Marlene Scott .... script girl
 

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Runtime:
40 min (DVD version)
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Certification:
Australia:R18+ (1976) (censored version)
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Porn in the U.S.A., 18 July 2015
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Censorship U.S.A. (1971)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Alan Roberts, future filmmaker of some X-rated titles like THE SEXPERT and YOUNG LADY CHATTERLEY, directed this documentary, which goes around asking people what they think pornography is. If you know anything about the history of porn then you know that during the 1970s there was an out-pouring a popular porn titles that made it into the mainstream. However, there were countless legal battles and a lot of people ended up serving time in jail. This documentary was filmed before the big movie boom so a lot of the talk here deals with sex shops and simulated live acts. Overall there's really nothing here that demands people go out and watch the film but there are some interesting moments including the interviews getting people's opinions on the subject. There are also some interesting comments made from one made who appears to have been psychic about where the movies were going because he talks about people wanting them better made, with budgets and looking like real movies.

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