Rod Serling on Censorship, 1959

Submitted by: Jake_Justus 3 years ago Entertainment

Today, anything goes. Back then, TV writers did NOT have it so easy.
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Male 3,472
Too bad he smoked so much. I`d like to see what he would have done.
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Male 11,740
The man was a genius. It`s sad that he wasn`t allowed to present everything he had to offer. It would have changed the world.
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Male 5,608
Reminds me of the "notes" associated with the Flinstones surprising the network with Wilma being pregnant while Barney and Betty seem to be unable.
"If the Rubbles can`t have and Wilma is pregnant, that implies theses cartoon characters are having sex."

"Yes. So, what? No one is bothered that Fred smokes?" The argument was absurd and the response was worse: They brought in the stork for Bamb-Bamb but, if one thinks out the story line, by not returning Bamb-Bamb to the stork, Betty has effectively kidnapped and raised someone else`s child...
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Male 7,775
TV legend.
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Male 257
you sir, seem to be on roll,
keep posting.
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Male 7,031
Link: Rod Serling on Censorship, 1959 [Rate Link] - Today, anything goes. Back then, TV writers did NOT have it so easy.
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