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The Sound of a Stone (1955)

The dramatized story of a young high school teacher who is falsely accused of communist sympathies is used to demonstrate how baseless accusations can foster the spread of suspicion ... See full summary »

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Murray Nolte ...
Henry Jordan
Twila Pollard ...
Mrs. Jordan
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The dramatized story of a young high school teacher who is falsely accused of communist sympathies is used to demonstrate how baseless accusations can foster the spread of suspicion throughout a community, thus causing insidious and lasting damage. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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