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Ethel Rosenberg


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About Ethel Rosenberg

Ethel Rosenberg is a 106 years old female from New York, New York, U.S.A.. Ethel is most well known for acting, and has 3 known credits, of which 3 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Ethel Rosenberg’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Ethel Rosenberg’s movies you should definitely watch Trumbo (2015), as with 6.8 it is the highest rated movie Ethel has worked on!

  1. Trumbo (2015)
  2. Strange Fruit (2002)
  3. McCarthy: Death of a Witch Hunter (1975)

1. Trumbo (2015 Movie)

The best rated movie Ethel Rosenberg has been a part of is the drama, biography movie Trumbo, where they had the role of Self (archive footage) (uncredited). It has a rating on Friendspire of 6.8 and 7.4 on IMDb .

2. Strange Fruit (2002)

Strange Fruit has a rating on 7.4 on IMDb . Ethel Rosenberg worked on this music, documentary movie as .

3. McCarthy: Death of a Witch Hunter (1975)

In McCarthy: Death of a Witch Hunter Ethel Rosenberg was worked as Toast the Knowing . This history, documentary movie has a rating on 6.0 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Ethel Rosenberg born?

Ethel Rosenberg’s birthday is on 28 September 1915 .

What is Ethel Rosenberg’s gender?

Ethel Rosenberg is female.

Where was Ethel Rosenberg born?

Ethel Rosenberg was born in New York, New York, U.S.A..

What is Ethel most known for?

Ethel Rosenberg is most known for acting. Ethel has worked on 3 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Ethel Rosenberg’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Trumbo, which has a score of 6.8.

Ethel’s Filmography

As Self (archive footage) (uncredited). The career of screenwriter Dalton Trumbo is halted by a witch hunt in the late 1940s when he defies the anti-communist HUAC committee and is blacklisted.

Executive producer. In 1937, after seeing a photo depicting the lynching of a black man in the south, Bronx-born high school teacher Abel Meeropol wrote a poem entitled "Strange Fruit" that begins with the words: "Southern trees bear a strange fruit / Blood on the leaves and blood at the root." He set the poem to music and a few years later convinced Billy holiday to record it in a legendary heartbreaking performance. Intertwining jazz genealogy, biography, performance footage, and the history of lynching, director Joel Katz fashions a fascinating discovery of the lost story behind a true American classic. Written by Excerpted from Coolidge Corner Theatre Program Update

As Self (archive footage). Documentary of the U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy, who rose to prominence in the early 1950s by trumpeting allegations of a vast conspiracy by alleged Communist agents whom he claimed had infiltrated the U.S. government, media, film industry, labor unions and other organizations. (IMDb)

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