I've always found it odd that the Hollywood screenwriters who refused to admit that they were Party members, and who refused to name names are held up as heroes. Here is a true hero.
posted on 08/13/2009 7:48:15 PM PDT
I’m stunned that this would be in the LA Times.
posted on 08/13/2009 7:50:09 PM PDT
Good article until he started praising the little weasel John Dean, now a frequent anti-American guest on MSNBC.
And Hollywood’s still full of commies.
Here is a true hero.
As was film director Elia Kazan, who was booed by the Hollywood lefties at the 1999 Academy Awards.
"On the Waterfront" is still a powerful film 55 years later, because it's the personal story of both the writer (Schulberg) and the director (Kazan).
posted on 08/13/2009 8:45:21 PM PDT
(Obama promised a gold mine, but he will give us the shaft.)
Elia Kazan was equally heroic. Kazan directed (and Schulberg co-wrote) the film masterpiece On the Waterfront which glorifies taking the stand and naming names.
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