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Military Bases See Controversial Film

Sept. 23, 1961


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 23, 2012

~~<p>Although the Air Force has removed two officers in Seattle, Washington from their jobs and reprimanded them for showing the movie &ldquo;Operation Abolition,&rdquo; the film is now being show by Imua at military bases on Oahu.</p>
<p>Lawrence V. Cott, executive vice president of Imua, said last night that the film is not only being show to all military branches, but also to church groups, civic organizations, students, teachers and businessmen.</p>
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Although the Air Force has removed two officers in Seattle, Washington from their jobs and reprimanded them for showing the movie “Operation Abolition,” the film is now being show by Imua at military bases on Oahu.

Lawrence V. Cott, executive vice president of Imua, said last night that the film is not only being show to all military branches, but also to church groups, civic organizations, students, teachers and businessmen. Login for more...



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