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Shatner gives a very scary performance (this was pre-"Star Trek"). Corman's direction is gritty and uncompromising.
...suffers from an amateurish vibe that extends to virtually every aspect of the proceedings.
Hollywood should continually revisit the film for an example of how to tell a socially significant story without preaching
William Shatner's best came early, as a Northern rabble-rouser let loose in a small Southern town during the onset of integration. Well acted and directed, it may be the only film of its ilk that avoids the awkward preaching of so many similar films. A Roger Corman film??? You bet.
A stranger arrives in a small American town to stir up racial tension. It's a must-see.
please people, watch this, it's terrific. corman's best film. and who knew shatner could act. easily found on youtube
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