The Bernard Vorhaus Collection contains feature film scripts and treatments accumulated throughout his career as a director.
The New York native and Harvard graduate Bernard Vorhaus (1904-2000) was a director of thirty-two films. He began his career
in the 1920s as a writer and moved into directing during the 1930s and 1940s. He first lived in Hollywood and then England
and then moved back to Hollywood for work. In 1951, he was named as a Communist during HUAC hearings. He then settled permanently
in England with his family and left the film industry.
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