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Moscow

that these were not determined to be offensive to the new Soviet ideology. Ironically, the first new film released in Soviet Russia (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) did not exactly fit this mold: this was ''Father Sergius (Father Sergius (film))'', a religious film completed during the last weeks of the Russian Empire but not yet exhibited. It appeared on Soviet screens in 1918. The number of movie-viewers increased sharply, from 47 million in 1949 to 415 million in 1959


Soviet Union

which it is desirable to use in these international showings. We feel that the contrast between your film with its religious background and the Russian entry would be most revealing and that the contrast would reflect credit on our way of life." ("Bob Jones Religious Film To Represent US Colleges," ''The (Columbia, SC) State'', May 2, 1958, 12C). The first four films are historical dramas set, respectively, in the time of Christ, the U.S. Civil War, sixteenth-century

, the first Soviet films consisted of recycled films of the Russian Empire and its imports, to the extent that these were not determined to be offensive to the new Soviet ideology. Ironically, the first new film released in Soviet Russia (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) did not exactly fit this mold: this was ''Father Sergius (Father Sergius (film))'', a religious film completed during the last weeks of the Russian Empire but not yet exhibited. It appeared on Soviet screens


Norway

. No one has ever been tried for blasphemy in Norway since Hvor går grensen? http: www.hvorgargrensen.no ?aid 9072383 . *In 1951, Italian neorealist (Italian neorealism) Roberto Rossellini's 40-minute film, titled ''The Miracle (L'Amore (film))'', sparked widespread moral outrage. Kozlovic, Anton Karl (2003). ''Religious Film Fears 1: Satanic Infusion, Graven Images and Iconographic Perversion'', 5 ('''2-3'''). ref


Netherlands

fourth top ten entry on the Hot R&B Songs chart. The song only managed to chart at numbers forty-eight and eighty-nine on the Netherlands and Germany charts. *In 1951, Italian neorealist (Italian neorealism) Roberto Rossellini's 40-minute film, titled ''The Miracle (L'Amore (film))'', sparked widespread moral outrage. Kozlovic, Anton Karl (2003). '' Religious Film Fears 1: Satanic Infusion, Graven Images and Iconographic


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