The War Film Hearings collection spans the year 1941 and encompasses 1.0 linear foot. The collection
consists of newspaper and magazine clippings of the hearings. The collection includes many clippings not
found in the Academy published volume, edited by Academy Executive Director Donald Gledhill.
The War Film Hearings collection relates to the 1941 Senate Sub-Committee War Film Hearings chaired by
Senator D. Worth Clark of Idaho, which investigated whether the film industry was guilty of anti-Nazi
bias in its filmmaking efforts.
1 linear feet of papers.
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responsible for obtaining all necessary rights, licenses, or permissions from the appropriate companies
or individuals before quoting from or publishing materials obtained from the library.
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