McCarthyism and the Hollywood Blacklists

Cradle will Rock (1999)
Prequel to McCarthyism in charging Federal Theater with having communist ties
Good Night and Good Luck (2005)
TV journalist Morrow versus McCarthy
Guilty by Suspicion (1991)
Hollywood-blacklisting era; Robert De Niro
Sen. Joseph McCarthy and the Red Scare
Citizen Cohn (1992)
Roy Cohn, assistant to Joseph McCarthy, and powerful figure in NYC politics
Winchell (1998)
Walter, the gossip journalist, who became tainted by flirting with McCarthyism and suspicions of racism toward blacks
The Way We Were (1973)
Barbara Streisand, Robert Redford divided over politics, including McCarthyism
High Noon (1952)
Portrays feelings of those hounded by House on Un-American Activities
High Noon (2000)
A re-do of the "High Noon" of 1952
Rio Bravo (1959)
John Wayne's answer to High Noon
The Front (1976)
With Woody Allen as the front-man selling works by authors on the black list
Chaplin (1992)
The famous funny man in trouble with the witch-hunters.
Julia (1977)
Writer Lillian Hellman Story
Dash and Lilly (1999)
Writers Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman
The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
Deals pseudo-scientifically with theme of brain-washing
One of the Hollywood Ten (2000)
Blacklisted director Herbert Biberman and the horrible reign of fear during what is called the age of McCarthyism
The Majestic (2001)
An innocent man is blacklisted during the McCarthy reign of terror and comes back fighting
Storm Center (1956)
First film to challenge the Hollywood Blacklist; small-town librarian is branded as a Communist when she refuses to withdraw a controversial book from the library's shelves
Albert Schweitzer (2009)
Yes, American anti-communists even tried to destroy Albert Schweitzer and Albert Einstein
Trumbo (2015)
Academy Award winning screenplay writer, Dalton Trumbo, gets black-listed along with many of his friends