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Film censors target smoking and drinking on screen to protect children's health

Here's looking at you, kids: from Humphrey Bogart to Sharon Stone and Colin Farrell, the big screen has been lit up by chain-smoking, hard-drinking stars. Their days may be numbered. By Francis Elliott

13 June 2004

Film censors are considering new measures to protect children's health by clamping down on Hollywood scenes of drinking and smoking, The Independent on Sunday has learnt.

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