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…

An Apology for The Hollywood Reporter's Role in the Blacklist

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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