Related Program: Gil Sandler's Baltimore Stories In 1953, An "Indecent" Blockbuster In Baltimore Challenged Censorship By Gil Sandler • Jan 17, 2014 Related Program: Gil Sandler's Baltimore Stories TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 2:34 In 1953, An "Indecent" Blockbuster In Baltimore Challenged Censorship When Maryland's movie censors had the power to declare a movie indecent, it did - with a movie called "The Moon is Blue". Hear how the decision backfired. Tags: WYPR ProgramsGil Sandler's Baltimore StoriesMoviesCensorship in BaltimoreTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content A Ditty For "Our Land Of Pleasant Living" By Gil Sandler • Jan 10, 2014 When Baltimoreans sorely needed an uplifting song to sing - one that would bring them together - along came Mr. Boh, singing, "National Beer, National Beer..." Pure McKeldin! By Gil Sandler • Jan 3, 2014 The moment in history when Maryland;s Governor McKeldin announces to General Eisenhower that he (McKeldin) is "thinking of running for President myself"! The Time We Dropped Trou On A Pier In Locust Point! By Gil Sandler • Dec 13, 2013 Moonlighters taking the moonlight excursions down The Bay got more moon than they figured on!