Letter from the director of the Motion Picture Division to Paramount Pictures rescinding the order to eliminate a scene before it would be licensed to be shown in New York State, 1958.
Letter from the director of the Motion Picture Division to Paramount Pictures explaining what would need to be eliminated from the film "King Creole" in order for it to receive a license to be screened in New York State, 1958. The letter cited an "obscene" dance.
May 19 1958
New York State Archives, New York (State). Motion Picture Division. License application case files, 1921-1965. Series A1418-77, Box 2093, No. 65338.
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