George Oppenheimer

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George Oppenheimer

Born

2/7/1900, New York, New York

Died

8/14/1977

Birth Name

George Oppenheimer

Gender

Male

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George Oppenheimer
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George Oppenheimer career span from 1933 until 1953. He wrote the following screen plays: Decameron Nights (1953), Tonight We Sing 1953), Anything Can Happen (1952), Born to Be Bad (1950), Perfect Strangers (1950), The Adventures of Don Juan (1949), 1947 Killer McCoy Play (1947), Killer McCoy (1947), Easy…more

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    • In the 1930's during the height of McCarthyism, George Oppenheimer's politics came under scrutiny. It ultimately led to him being black listed in 1953. He asked for a security hearing to review the charges, which went on for four weeks and heard testimony from 40 witnesses including Oppenheimer. His last screen play was Decameron Nights in 1953.

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