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[on serving as a "front" for blacklisted writers in the 1950s]: I tell you, I never read a newspaper until I was fifty. I never looked at television until the 1970s. I never read "Time" magazine. I never tended to be political, I never voted. So I didn't understand this whole blacklist thing.
He was, unusually, not included in the Memoriam Tribute at the 76th Annual Academy Awards, despite being a three-time nominee and receiving the Best Writing Oscar in 1954 for Broken Lance