United States | 1962 | Roger Corman
One of Roger Corman’s most serious and powerful movies was also, reputedly, the only film of his to lose money on its initial release. William Shatner plays a rabble-rousing racist who shows up one day in a small Southern town to foment white hatred for blacks and prod them to protest the forced integration of their schools. Screenplay by frequent Twilight Zone writer Charles Beaumont.
80 min. 35mm print courtesy of the Academy Film Archive. 50th Anniversary!
Special thanks to New Horizons Picture Corp. and May Haduong.
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