The Hollywood Ten

In 1947, suspected Communists working in the film industry were summoned to testify before the HUAC. Some answered questions about Communism and implicated others, but 10 of the witnesses refused to give evidence, citing their First Amendment rights. Their defense failed, and the men, who became known as the Hollywood Ten, received one-year prison terms.

15 minutes

Shown at

  1. 10th Annual Jewish Cinema South - 2011

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