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  • Alvah Bessie - Wikipedia

    Alvah Cecil Bessie (June 4, 1904 – July 21, 1985) was an American novelist, journalist and screenwriter who was imprisoned for ten months and blacklisted by the ...

  • Alvah Bessie | American writer | answer questions regarding their possible communist affiliations, and, after spending time in prison for contempt of Congress, were mostly blacklisted by the ...

  • Abraham Lincoln Brigade: Spanish Civil War History and ...

    Bessie, Alvah. (Bessie, Cecil Alvah); b. August (June) 4, 1904, NYC; Graduated from Columbia University, BA in English 1924; Divorced; Writer and Actor; CP April (May ...

  • Alvah Bessie - Spartacus Educational

    Primary Sources Alvah Bessie. Alvah Bessie was born in New York on 4th June, 1904. After attending Columbia University he worked as an actor and stage manager in ...

  • Alvah Bessie - Biography - IMDb

    Alvah Bessie was born on June 4, 1904 in New York City, New York, USA as Alvah Cecil Bessie. He was a writer and actor, known for Objective, Burma!

  • Alvah Bessie, Blacklisted by Studios, Dies - latimes

    Alvah Bessie, a writer whose politics took him to Spain to fight in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade during the Spanish Civil War and years later to Washington, where he ...

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    by Octave Mirbeau, Translated from French by Alvah C. Bessie, with a foreword by James Huneker

  • The Hollywood Ten

    The Hollywood Ten: Bibliography of ... Alvah Bessie. American novelist and journalist Alvah Bessie wrote screenplays for Warner Brothers and other studios during the ...

  • Alvah Bessie | Filmography, Relationships, Photos

    Uncover detailed information and find interactive visualizations about Alvah Bessie. See photos, relationships, milestones, awards,filmography, and more.

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    by Octave Mirbeau, Translated from French by Alvah C. Bessie, with a foreword by James Huneker

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