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The Intruder William Shatner
This excerpt from the Roger Corman movie "The Intruder" is proof that William Shatner can really act. It's a great scene in which Shatner plays a racist stirring up a community of white townspeople against the integration of their school. It showcases the race baiting of Southern politicians that has left a terrible legacy of racism and mistrust of the government in the South. This clip, as well as others, can be found on the Southern Film DVD, produced by The Oxford American.
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