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Mary Mary Quite Contrary

Citizens Against Censorship
60 × 85 cm

This offset poster published by Citizens Against Censorship critques Ontario laws on artist content by exposing what films were both approved and disapproved in late 70’s, early 80’s. The centre image of Mary Brown, head of Ontario’s Censorship Board is flanked by film stills that have a red stamp of approval or disapproval. For example “Pretty Baby” a Louis Maille film was not approved whereby Cronenberg’s “The Brood” was approved. This poster is in good condition but has a damaged edge.

  1. Mary Mary Quite Contrary

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