The Hollywood Ten
|The Hollywood Ten|
|Directed by||John Berry|
|Produced by||John Berry|
|Written by||John Berry|
|Narrated by||Colin Chandler|
|Distributed by||The Criterion Collection|
The film was directed by John Berry. After being named a communist by fellow director and former party member Edward Dmytryk, one of the Hollywood Ten, and ex-Communist Party member Frank Tuttle, Berry was unable to find work again in Hollywood after 1951, and left for France.
The Hollywood Ten was shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City as a part of the "Carte Blache" series.
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- The Hollywood Ten on IMDb
- The Hollywood Ten bios at University of California, Berkeley, Library
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- The Hollywood Ten trailer on YouTube
- The Hollywood Ten film on YouTube