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Bernard Vorhaus (1904–2000)

Born in New York, director Bernard Vorhaus made his name in England during the 1930s and later became a victim of the Hollywood blacklist. His most well-known film was The Last Journey (1936), but his quirky thriller about phony spiritualists, The Amazing Mr. X (1948), has a loyal following. A graduate of Harvard University, Vorhaus gave a young ... See full bio »

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(age 95) in London, England, UK

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Pieo Mussetta | Piero Mussetta
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His was one of the names given to the House Un-American Activities Committee by director Edward Dmytryk in the 1950s. Eventually, the accusation ended his U.S. film career. However, for several films in the '50s and '60s, Vorhaus was credited as an assistant director named Piero Musetta. See more »

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