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T.c.m. does not censor?


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I saw the discussion last night on the new introductions of Disney classics.How t.c.m. does **** Censor.Bull.They stopped showing any more never before seen films made in Germany and Austria  between 33 and 45 .in the early  2000.Yet they will show birth of a nation and film made in japan during the war.I doubt that they will premiere song of the south cause s they are going along with  this selfishness that the Disney  corp catters are doing,Probably just to save money by releasing one less classic ,in the name of tolerance.Sony  had  done this recently ,using the internet threat as an excuse.Disney may of seen ideas to advance the head of time in entertainment ,but, like most geniuses ,he got selfish and greedy,The workers strike.The story that the producers of Zorro told of the real Walt Disney and his relation to his workers If he did not like your idea ,he would fire you,If you got too chummy with a worker ,her would separate you and so forth. I feel  that In front of the camera he would put on a sincere act ,Behind it , who can tell,Daddy Dearest. at least to his workers? There needs to be a book tha come out an tells the  whole truth about Disney.That would show both the bad and good .Remember Mayer, Thalberg, Demille,they were all monsters too,but, they did  adult movies,not porn, but mature movies,Disney did not do mature movies ,Just cartoons and family movies,thus he put on a  sincere family oriented act   act in my opinion. Wrote t.c.m. that if they did not believe in cenrsoring n bad film history  that they should get Disney to allow them to premiere Song of the south and they should introduce  more films from 33 an 45 ,other than the ones they had repeated  like titanic and Muchausen.another thing ,In a 1934 article in science magazine  ,disne took  considerations  fo other studios using techncolor in thier cartoons,but Kalmus had now 30 obsolete two color Cameras and Kalmus  stipulated  that  the other studios could only use two color technicolor  for  thier cartoons  for two years :huh:

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Well, they "censor" in the sense that there are movies they won't show. Antonioni's 'Zabriskie Point' (1970) comes to mind.

 

And they will show prints that have been altered by other parties.

 

But, they themselves don't alter the films they show. And as far as deciding what they show or don't show - well, absolutely every broadcaster does that - not sure if that qualifies as censorship. We ourselves decide what we will or won't watch so it seems we're all censors by that logic.

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