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Storm Center (1956). In this anti-McCarthyist film directed by Daniel Taradash (screenwriter of From Here to Eternity), Bette Davis plays a small-town librarian who is fired and branded as a Communist when she refuses to remove a controversial book from the library's collection.
Storm Center (1956). Bette Davis plays Alicia Hull, the Kenport public librarian who refuses to remove The Communist Dream from the shelves, an action the city fathers have made a prerequisite for granting funds for a children’s wing. At the town meeting, attorney Paul Duncan (Brian Keith) accuses her of being a communist herself and turns the citizens against her, ultimately undermining the loyalty of a young patron. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049800/