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Birth Control (film)

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Director  Margaret Sanger
Executive producer  B.S. Moss
Writer  Margaret Sanger
Genre  Documentary
Screenplay  Margaret Sanger
Cast  Margaret Sanger
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Release date  April 1917
Producers  Margaret Sanger, Frederick A. Blossom
Genres  Documentary, Black-and-white

Birth Control (also known as The New World) is a lost 1917 American documentary film produced by and starring Margaret Sanger and describing her family planning work. It was the first film banned under the 1915 ruling of the United States Supreme Court in Mutual Film Corporation v. Industrial Commission of Ohio, which held that the exhibition of films did not constitute free speech.

The banning of Birth Control was upheld by the New York Court of Appeals on the grounds that a film on family planning may be censored "in the interest of morality, decency, and public safety and welfare."

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