Hollywood v. Hard Core: How the struggle over censorship created the modern film industry

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In 1972, "The Godfather" and "Deep Throat" were the two most popular films in the country. One, a major Hollywood studio production, the other an independently made "skin flick." At that moment, Jon Lewis asserts, the fate of the American film industry hung in the balance." Spanning the 20th century, Hollywood v. Hard Core weaves a gripping tale ...

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