Film Censorship: Y





The Young Hitchikers

Directed by Unknown / 1971 / USA / IMDb

The Classification Board provides no information other than the title. Therefore, we can only assume the IMDb link refers to the same film.

In October 1981, a 548.50-meter (49:59) 16mm print of THE YOUNG HITCHIKERS was censored by a further 2.5-meter (00:14) before being awarded an R-rating. The extra cuts were made to remove sex, which was described as being:
Frequency: Infrequent
Explicitness/Intensity: High
Purpose: Gratuitous

The sex in the R-rated version was said to be:
Frequency: Frequent
Explicitness/Intensity: Medium
Purpose: Gratuitous

14th Mandolin was the applicant. It was released on their Video Budget and King of Video labels.


The Young Hitchikers (1971) - Video Budget [au] VHS





The Young Passions

Directed by Bobby Davis / 1975 / USA / IMDb

In July 1978, a 2066.30-meter (75:18) print of THE YOUNG PASSIONS was banned because of 'indecency'. An 1873.90-meter (68:18) 'reconstructed version' was refused for the same reason in September 1978.

 Lestrig Trading were the applicant in both cases.





Young Secretaries

Directed by Richard Kanter / 1974 / USA / IMDb

In June 1976, a 2081.30-meter (75:52) print of YOUNG SECRETARIES was banned because of 'indecency'.

Modern Film Distributors were the applicant.


In October 1985, an 80m version of YOUNG SECRETARIES was passed with an R-rating on a double-bill tape with TEENAGE CRUISERS (1977).

It was awarded for sex, which was found to be:
Frequency: Frequent
Explicitness/Intensity: Medium
Purpose: Gratuitous

Communications and Entertainment went on to release it on their Playaround Video label.


Young Secretaries (1974) - Playaround Video [au] VHS



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