Hollywood Ten

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Howard Lawson, one of the Hollywood Ten jailed for contempt of Congress, upon release told a class of student actors in Hollywood,

"Unless you portray any role given you in a manner to further the revolution and the class war you have no right to call yourself an artist or an actor. You must do this regardless of what the script says or what the director tells you. Even if you are nothing more than an extra you can portray a society woman in a manner to make her appear a villainness and a snob and you can portray a working girl in such a way so as to make her seem a sympathetic victim of the capitalist class."