(a.k.a. Shame and I Hate Your Guts) is a bold film about racism in the American south. At a time when the major studios only cautiously made films on the subject, Corman's rough-hewn but powerful film tackled the issue head on. A then-unknown William Shatner stars as a corrupting force of bigotry who incites the white citizens of a small town to violently rebel against the tide of integration. Charles Beaumont adapted his own novel for the screen.
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