An obscure film, The Devil's Playground was a romance set on a South Sea island populated by corrupt white colonists and cannibalistic natives.
The Chief Commonwealth Censor (then Mr. W. Cresswell) refused an export license on the grounds that the film met four out of five stipulations under which a film could be denied export.
Namely, it was deemed
The film does not appear to have achieved a commercial release in Australia, either.
See 'Australian Film. Leave to Export Refused', Sydney Morning Herald, 8 February 1930, p.17.