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Richmonder plays a recurring role in film projects Read full story
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Career actor Will Geer became known to many television viewers for the first time in his role as paterfamilias for the Walton clan, but decades earlier he played yet another authority figure. He was a sheriff in the 1954 drama Salt of the Earth, written by Michael Wilson at the height of the McCarthy-era  blacklist. The film was almost entirely made by actors and technicians shut out of Hollywood due to Read full story
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