Film

Banned in Memphis: King of Kings

When: Wed., April 12, 7 p.m. 2017

n 1928, Lloyd Binford, chairman of the Memphis Board of Censors, banned Cecil B. DeMille’s silent epic King of Kings from playing within the city limits deeming it anti-Semitic and too violent.

Price: $9

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