Marsha Hunt

veteran Hollywood actress

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Actress who made 52 films between 1935-1949, including Pride and Prejudice (1940), The Human Comedy (1943) and Carnegie Hall (1946). In June, 1950 she was featured in Red Channels, a blacklisting pamphlet aimed at people in broadcasting

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Reporters Gary Baum and Daniel Miller have written extensively in this week's issue about  The Hollywood Reporter's role in the Red Scare  and the Hollywood Blacklist of the late 40's…

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