RT Motion Picture DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 423250061 LA English T1 News of the day. [Vol. 19, no. 215--excerpt. Washington's movie drama all-star cast ; Congressional inquiry, Washington, D.C.]. [Vol. 19, no. 215--excerpt. Washington's movie drama all-star cast ; Congressional inquiry, Washington, D.C.]. A1 Mayer, Louis B., Menjou, Adolphe,, Taylor, Robert,, Montgomery, Robert,, McNutt, Paul V., YR 1947 AB "Washington's movie drama. All-star cast--Congressional inquiry, Washington, D.C. The curtain is rung up on Act Two of the Capital's super-movie show, the Congressional inquiry into alleged Communist influences in Hollywood with a statement by Louis B. Mayer, M.G.M. production chief with constructive suggestions for legislation to aid private industry in dealing with subversive elements. Next, dapper Adolphe Menjou, a keen student of the workings and philosophy of Communism, delivers the very definite opinion that Communism is a foul philosophy. Film favorite Robert Taylor to a standing room only audience wins plaudits with his statement that personally, he'd send them back to Russia or some other unpleasant place. Actor-director Robert Montgomery follows in the galaxy of star witnesses with a most startling statement of the Hearing that he's ready to fight the totalitarianism called Communism. Paul V. McNutt counsel denies that un-American propaganda exists on the shores of this nation"--Hearst index card.