|提及的人：||Louis B Mayer; Adolphe Menjou; Robert Taylor; Robert Montgomery; Paul V McNutt; Louis B Mayer; Paul V McNutt; Adolphe Menjou; Robert Montgomery; Robert Taylor|
Louis B Mayer; Adolphe Menjou; Robert Taylor; Robert Montgomery; Paul V McNutt
|注意：||Rights held by UCLA Film and Television Archive.|
|内容：||Shot description: Hearing (long shot). Louis B. Mayer (short shot). Same (closeup). Committee (medium shot). Mayer talking (closeup). Same (medium shot). The Committee (semi). Menjou sworn in (medium shot). Menjou sits down (backshot same). Cameramen (short shot). Radio men (short shot). Hearing (long shot). Menjou talks (medium shot). Same (closeup). Robert Taylor walks in (long shot). Taylor and stillmen (medium shot). Same (closeup). Hearing (long shot). Taylor talks (closeup). Same (medium shot). Robert Montgomery on stand (long shot). Same (closeup). Montgomery talks (medium shot). Hearing (long shot). McNutt on stand talking (closeup) (Hearst index card).|
"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.