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Who is Albert Maltz?
Albert Maltz was an American playwright, fiction writer and screenwriter. He was one of the Hollywood Ten who were jailed in 1950 for their 1947 refusal to testify before the US Congress about their involvement with the US Communist Party. They and many other US entertainment industry figures were subsequently blacklisted, which denied Maltz employment in the industry for many years.
- also known as John B. Sherry, John Sherry
- born on (107 years ago) in Brooklyn
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, novelist, screenwriter, playwright
- died on (30 years ago) in Los Angeles
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by George C. Kohn
Kenny; and writers Alvah Bessie, Albert Maltz, Samuel Ornitz, and Lester Cole. Rear ...
Encyclopedia of Politics (2005)
by Rodney P. Carlisle
Albert Maltz collaborated on the screenplay of The Robe (1953), while Adrian Scott wrote for TV series.
by Anthony Slide
Albert Maltz (1908- 1985), ...
Encyclopedia of Film Noir (2007)
by Geoff Mayer, Brian McDonnell
Script: Albert Maltz and W. R. Burnett, from the novel A Gun for Sale by Graham Greene. Cinematography : John F. Seitz. Music: David Buttolph. Cast: Veronica Lake (Ellen Graham) ...
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Quotes about Albert Maltz
To put the point sharply: If an informer in the French underground who sent a friend to the torture chambers of the Gestapo was equally a victim, then there can be no right or wrong in life that I understand. (Albert Maltz)
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