Today's edition of The Wall Street Journal (9-19-02) has an eye-opening article about how a Utah company has been santizing films for the Mormon population. For those that have an online subscription to WSJ, here's the article link: Utah's Cottage Film Editors Have Hollywood Crying Foul I was under the impression that only the studios could alter films for release. The Hollywood establishment is obviously very upset about it. Should they be allowed to do this? I think they are modifying copyrighted materials and it should be illegal.