Back in the bad old days prior to the 60s, films in the U.S. were routinely, and heavily, censored. But some filmmakers found ways to get away with stuff ANYWAY. Back in the 30s it was King Vidor, whose Sign of the Cross was a Biblical epic that concentrated greatly on those scandalous things the bad old Romans used to do. In the 50s it was Howard Hawks, whose Son of Sinbad pushed the envelope pretty good for its day. And his earlier film The Outlaw was also an under the radar production.
So, anybody know of any other films that have scenes or themes that slid udner the radar of the censorship code that prevailed in the U.S. until the 60s? Enquiring minds want to know.