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    Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Communist Sympathizer

    vTV writer Miller (Michael Murphy) explaining how he's been blacklisted to friend Howard (Woody Allen), a cashier and small-time bookie, early in The Front, 1976, by blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein and director Martin Ritt.

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Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Communist...
TV writer Miller (Michael Murphy) explaining how he's been...
Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Communist Sympathizer
vTV writer Miller (Michael Murphy) explaining how he's been blacklisted to friend Howard (Woody Allen), a cashier and small-time bookie, early in The Front, 1976, by blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein and director Martin Ritt. >
Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) First Class...
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His first visit to the TV studio, Howard (Woody Allen), posing as a writer in place of his blacklisted friend, meets Florence (Andrea Marcovicci), Sussman (Herschel Bernardi), actor Parks (William Bogert) and comic Hecky (Zero Mostel), in Martin Ritt's The Front, 1976.>
Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Make It A Firing...
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Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Make It A Firing Squad
Howard (Woody Allen) enjoying the fruits of his work "fronting" for blacklisted writers, has a meeting with Delaney (Lloyd Gough) foiled, then arrives at the studio where Florence (Andrea Marcovicci) and Sussman (Herschel Bernardi) have an emergency, in The Front. 1977.>
Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Sincerity Is The...
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Front, The (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Sincerity Is The Key
We meet Remak Ramsay as Hennessy, the ex-FBI man whose job is to clear network employees suspected of having Communist connections, as comic Hecky (the long-blacklisted Zero Mostel) has his initial interview, in The Front, 1976, from Walter Bernstein’s original screenplay. >
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