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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 25, 1951
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Hollywood old-timer Frank j Tuttle, who has been a director since the days of silent films, testl- j fled today that he was a Communist for 10 years and named 36 per- ; sons he once knew as fellow Reds Tuttle said he had decided to turn "informer" because lie now realised the communist movement was an instrument of " agression. " SAYS HE QlIT IN 1947 Tuttle told the House Un-Amer ican Activities Committee that he ouit the party in 1947 when he finally realized it was bent on violent world revolution. Nearly all of the movie personalities he named had previously been mentioned in the committee's Communlsm-in-Holly-wood inquiry. The committee excused Tuttle so he can return to Vienna, where he has been making pictures, and recalled actor Jose Ferrer for further questioning tomorrow. 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Tuttle replied that he already has suffered professionally from having been named in previous committee testimony as a former Communist. Tuttle's movie career spans a 30- year period. He directed such by- Kone hits as "Kid Boots" starring Eddie Cantor, and was the man-be-hind-the-megaphone on seven Bing Crosby pictures. He also directed such stars as Richard Dix and Gloria Swanson. 3 Evaders Called By Crime Inquiry Inquirer Washington Bureau WASHINGTON, May 24. Herbert R. O'Conor D., Md.), chairman of the Senate Crime Committee, disclosed today that three long-missing witnesses had been, subpenaed and would testify in executive session next Monday. They we re listed by O'Conor as Rocco Fischetti, Murray (the Camel) Humphreys and George S. May. Fischetti and Humphreys have been prominent racketeers in Chicago for many years. They evaded commit- ; tee subpenas for many months until ' they were picked up several weeks , ago on warrants issued by the Senate. ! j HEADS GOLF. 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