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|Title||Film Censorship in India, Vol II, P&J , 2421-1340, 1925-1927|
|Section||Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007|
|Document Type||Report, Manuscript|
|Topics||parliamentary notices, minute papers, debates, legislative assembly, Government of India, Public & Judicial Department, Indian cinema industry, List of films examined by the Bengal Board of Cinematography film Censors (ff264-283v), The Bombay Government Gazette April 23 1925-April 7 1927(ff284-338), List of imported films examined by the Burma Board of Censors (ff339-347), List of imported films examined by the Madras Board of Censors (f348), Cinematograph Censorship (ff351-353), Censorship and Control of Cinematographs and Amusements (ff361-367), Control exercised in India by the Boards of Film Censors (ff380-382, 387-390, 438-439v), The censorship of cinematograph films in India (ff383-387, 404-413), Joint P.&J. and E.&O. Committee-Film Censorship in India (ff402-403), newspaper clippings (ff414-418, 430v, 447-453, 457, 460, 471, 475-476), Extract from private letter to the Viceroy, 30th September 1925 (ff455-456), The Cinema In the East-Factor in Spread of Communism (ff458-459v), Extract from 'The Pioneer Mail' (ff461-462, 464, 488-9), Extract from 'The Statesman' (f463), Extract from 'The Englishman' (ff468-470)|
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