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  • Carnovsky, cast as the antifascist leader Santayana, was well known for his leftist activism, as well as his work on progressive films including The Life of Emile Zola (1937) and The Master Race (1944).

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • Note 24: "Luther Adler," and "Morris Carnovsky," in The Film Encyclopedia, ed. Katz, 12, 209.

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • On our side (that is to say, Powell's side) is an intelligent lawyer (Morris Carnovsky) who does a thoroughly creditable job of broadening the young fanatic's philosophy, finally making him see that the murderer of his wife is not the single enemy, and that a really successful attack must be a broadside against all Fascists ....

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • Both Morris Carnovsky and Luther Adler had come to Hollywood from New York in 1937, when the Group Theater began its slow disintegration.

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • We learned, Ruby and I, that this was a way of being theatrical as well as the other way, and we learned, from Carnovsky and Da Silva, that there was no difference in terms of professional standards and requirements between the actor who merely stood in front of a lectern and the actor who has the benefit of makeup and props and all of the other things.

    Life Lit by Some Large Vision

  • In the auditorium that night were two distinguished actors, Howard Da Silva and Morris Carnovsky, who were at that time casting a play that they were going to present Off Broadway, The World of Sholom Aleichem.

    Life Lit by Some Large Vision

  • They launched an investigation, and on one occasion, two men armed with subpoenas descended on the camp and began to hand subpoenas out—to Da Silva, Carnovsky, all of the other performers.

    Life Lit by Some Large Vision

  • Quintanilla, a.k.a. Carnovsky, for Italian wallpaper company Jannelli & Volpi.

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  • Directed by Lewis Milestone, it populates a Norwegian fishing village with several of Hollywood 's finest actors — Walter Huston, Ruth Gordon, Ann Sheridan, Judith Anderson and Morris Carnovsky — all coping differently with German tyranny.

    Five Flynn Flicks From the War Years

  • We used to go to union halls, schools, to wherever somebody wanted a work read or dramatized, and we would do a staged reading of a novel, or some poetry or whatnot, and we would get enough money—Carnovsky, Da Silva, Ruby, myself, and others—to help pay the week’s rent.

    Life Lit by Some Large Vision

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