Movies Condemned by the National Legion of Decency
The National Legion of Decency was established in 1933 and reorganized in 1965 as the National Catholic Office for Motion Pictures (NCOMP). Under each of these names, it rated films according to their suitability for viewing, assigning a code of A, B, or C, with that of C identified as "Condemned" for viewing by Catholics. The C rating was issued from 1933 until 1978.
These are the films to receive that rating.
avg. score: 16 of 224 (7%)
required scores: 1, 5, 8, 15, 26