Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
Starring off-screen lovers Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, their tumultuous, expletive-laced on-screen battles courted controversy. The Catholic Church's censorship group gave it the green light, but with a rating of: "morally unobjectionable for adults, with reservations." It was outright banned in Canada, as it was deemed "obscene and blasphemous."