MCCARTHY TRIAL IMAGES - 2 Images from the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) investigations and trials. An HUAC investigator banging his gavel. Congressman Richard Nixon investigating evidence. The trial's room, packed with reporters and audience members. U.S. lawyer and government official Alger Hiss being sworn in. Alger Hiss testifying at a microphone. Writer Whittaker Chambers being sworn in. Shot of the room over the investigator's shoulder.
CHIEF LEO BLACKWELLS LISTS OUT KKK ARSENAL FOUND - 1965 Georgia Police Chief Leo Blackwell lists out the arsenal found in a car after five Klansmen were arrested for a cross burning. Chief Blackwell was testifying before a House Committee on Un-American Activities looking into Klan crimes.
Date: November 2, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:36:00, With Audio
COMMITTE CHAIRMAN SCOLDS KKK - 1965 House Committee on Un-American Activities Chairman Edward E. Willis chides an unknown person or persons for trying to divert congressional hearings into KKK activities stating in part, "I said before and I'll repeat I'm not gonna be sidetracked or detracted or derailed from these hearings."
WHITTAKER CHAMBER TESTIFIES AT MCCARTHY TRIAL - 1 Writer Whittaker Chambers testifies against U.S. lawyer and government official Alger Hiss at a House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) investigations. He testifies, "Mr. Hiss represents the concealed enemy against which we are all fighting and I am fighting."
HUAC TRIAL IMAGES Images of trials held by the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC). The packed courtroom. Hollywood writers who were tried. The packed room in which the proceedings were held. Tables crowded with reporters. An inspector repeatedly pounding his gavel.
GARY COOPER AT HUAC TRIAL - 2 Scenes from Gary Cooper's testimony at the House of Un-American Activities Committee's trial. The investigator questioning the actor. Gary Cooper, surrounded by reporters, responds to questions, stating his opposition to Communism and denying any participation in that party. Reaction shots from female audience members, including some women laughing and others knitting. The large room, packed with reporters.
HUAC TRIAL--HOLLYWOOD TEN Dramatic scenes investigations at the House of Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) trial. Two members of the "Hollywood Ten"--filmmaker Herbert Biberman and writer John Howard Lawson--refusing to answer the question, "Are you a member of the Communist party?" Audio of an angry investigator, ordering John Howard Lawson away from the stand. The men surrounded by photographers. Audio of loud commotion and gavel banging in the room.
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