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Abortion portrayal

Race Suicide (film)


A district attorney goes after an illegal abortion ring that preys on desperate young girls. The film does not mention the word "abortion" in it due to film code regulations, yet it was still censored in New York and Ohio.

Keywords: Provider character.

Release date: January 1, 1938
Time setting: Present (1938)
Geographical setting: US
Abortion legality: Illegal
Character age: 20-29
Genre: Drama
Production company: Willis Kent Productions

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