In 1947, successful screenwriter Dalton Trumbo and other Hollywood figures get blacklisted for their political beliefs.
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Dalton Trumbo went on to write Steven Spielberg's "Always", a film that connects the film "Trumbo" and the real life writer himself as both of these movies star John Goodman, and "Always" also stars Audrey Hepburn who won the Best Actress Oscar for "Roman Holiday", which is famously a screenplay Dalton Trumbo couldn't be credited for writing and for which he won an Oscar he couldn't receive while on the blacklist. A clip of "Roman Holiday" featuring Hepburn is also used in the movie "Trumbo". Read More