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Herbert J. Biberman (1900–1971)

Herbert J. Biberman, the progressive producer, director and screenwriter now best known as one of the Hollywood Ten who were blacklisted by the American Film Industry for refusing to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), was born on March 4, 1900 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Educated at the University of Pennsylvania ... See full bio »

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 1969 Slaves (writer)
 1947 New Orleans (from an original story by)
 1944 Together Again (story - as Herbert Biberman)
 1944 The Master Race (from a story by) / (screenplay)
 1944 Action in Arabia (original screenplay - as Herbert Biberman)
 1939 When Tomorrow Comes (uncredited)
 1939 King of Chinatown (story)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Valley Forge. Historical drama. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Minuet staged by Martha Graham. Scenic Design by Kate Drain Lawson. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman [final Broadway credit] and John Houseman. Guild Theatre: 10 Dec 1934- Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/58 performances). Cast: Wallace Acton (as "Third Soldier "), ... See more »

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1 Biographical Movie | 1 Portrayal | See more »

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His opposition to Lend Lease was so extreme that he was suspected of being a Nazi, even though he was Jewish. He later became in favor of the US entering World War II after the invasion of the Soviet Union. See more »

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