They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

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TMBDOS! Episode 156: “The Intruder” (1962).

March 4th, 2019

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Lee and Daniel finish off their look at Blaxsploitation films (be it actual, proto, or just adjacent) with Roger Corman's "The Intruder" (1962). Is this William Shatner's best performance? Is this Corman's best film? Is it one of the most underrated films on the subject of race relations in the United States? The writer of the screenplay (and his own novel of the same name, that he adapted it from), Charles Beaumont, is also briefly talked about, as well as his famous writer friends who share the screen with him in small roles in the film itself. What the hosts have watched as of late as well as listener comments are also covered.

"The Intruder" IMDB 

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Featured Music: "Klan", "Stranger" & "Main Title" by Herman Stein.