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Reblogged from flappersandpunks
Boris Karloff and Marilyn Harris - “Frankenstein” (1931)
The scene in which the monster throws the little girl into the lake and accidentally drowns her has long been controversial. Upon its original 1931 release, the second part of this scene was cut by state censorship boards in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New York. It was cut from all prints when it was re-released after the Hays Code was passed in 1934, and was not re-instated until the 1980s.