He acted in Clifford Odets' play, "Golden Boy," at the St. James' Theatre in London, England in the Group Theatre of New York production with Luther Adler and Lillian Emerson in the cast. Harold Clurman was director. Mordecai Gorelik was designer.
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Cpl. Lee Cobb | Lee Cobb | Lee Colt
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[interview with Victor Navasky
for the book "Naming Names", about the McCarthy "Red Scare" witch-hunts of the 1950s] When the facilities of the government of the United States are drawn on an individual it can be terrifying. The blacklist is just the opening gambit - being deprived of work. Your passport is confiscated. That's minor. But not being able to move without being tailed is something ...
In his autobiography "Timebends," Arthur Miller
says that Lee J. Cobb
was his favorite Willy Loman. He also says that Cobb was never really a leftist as he was apolitical, but that he had been attracted to left-wing and anti-Nazi causes during the Depression as had many people who were trying to do right. Thus, Miller never held the fact that he was a friendly witness before HUAAC against him. A ...