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The ISB became particularly active within the realm of symbolic capital: press, radio, publications, information, ﬁlm, theater, and music. S. emphasized similarities within a European-American culture and attempted a conscious exclusion of African American culture and mixed cultural forms. S. propaganda oﬃcers completely underestimated the impact of pop culture, and it was only through the tremendous success of jazz that they eventually engaged with these aspects of popular culture as well. S. S.
Market, most of these exploitation movies encountered few diﬃculties. Referring to a certain timidity of teenpics, Thomas Doherty (186) claims that ‘‘despite a reputation for daring, taboo-breaking subject matter . . ’’ Despite this timidity and the stringent internal censorship system, many of these American pictures ran into problems when they crossed the ocean. , by far the most important nondomestic market for Hollywood, imported juvenile delinquency movies caught the censors’ eye. th e b r i ti s h b o a r d o f f i l m c e n s o r s h i p ’ s b a t t l e against unbridled, revolting hooliganism The British ﬁlm censorship system has the reputation of being among the toughest in Europe.
Breen and the PCA feared that the movie might lead to an imitation of crime. Besides some minor changes, the negotiation between the PCA, producer Kramer, and Columbia led to the inclusion of a public warning at the beginning and the end of The Wild One. The ﬁlm opened with the announcement that ‘‘this is a shocking story,’’ followed by, ‘‘it could never take place in most American towns—but it did in this one. ’’ In his comment on the PCA’s impact on the movie, Jon Lewis (2000, 110) underlines The Wild One’s ambiguity and irony: the moral lesson the PCA had in mind was completely counter to the audience’s identiﬁcation with and the implied sympathy for Brando’s character in the movie.