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Yet Married Love threatened to divide them at a critical moment, almost immediately after a Home Office conference of 3 May 1923 with the local authorities where some progress towards uniformity with the retention of the BBFC had been achieved. O’Connor himself viewed the film at the BBFC, together with London county councillors and Sidney Harris, a Home Office civil servant who had been involved in film censorship matters there since the 1912 creation of the BBFC. O’Connor and Harris favoured an outright rejection, whereas the London county councillors wished to pass the film in full.
Reid’s unfortunate end came when the American film industry had already been rocked by recent ‘scandals’. The first developments of this kind were the two trials of famous screen comedian Roscoe ‘Fatty’ Arbuckle who was charged with first the murder and then the manslaughter of a girl, Virginia Rappe, at an alleged drunken party after he had supposedly raped her. These trials—the first produced a deadlocked jury—lasted from September 1921 to April 1922. Arbuckle was completely innocent, but even after his ultimate acquittal and a virtually unprecedented apology from the jury he remained the central figure and THE SILENTS, 1913–1929 25 victim of irrational antiHollywood hysteria in the United States.
This had provoked no significant opposition from British prelates or the local authorities, yet the BBFC had retained its materialization of Christ ban. In this context Pathé presumably saw little point in submitting King of Kings directly to the BBFC. In the light of the White Slave Traffic events it made more sense to arrange private showings for, first, British clergy of every major denomination and then for the two rebel authorities on 26 October 1927. Both councils accepted the film, a prime consideration in their decision being the knowledge that a majority of the churchmen of each denomination actively supported public exhibition.
Albatros Aces of WWl part 2