Interesting anti-communism film, produced in 1966 by the John Birch Society, uses narration and news footage to detail the methods of communist revolutionaries in China, Algeria, and Cuba, then argues that U.S. Civil Rights leaders are also Communists using the same methods. The film condemns several U.S. Presidents and the 1964 Civil Rights and 1965 Voting Rights Acts.
special bonus: 1969 mini doc on race relations with Robert Culp narrating. this was one of several social issues films directed by Max Miller done with celebrity voice-overs: Robert Culp for this piece on racism, Sal Mineo for one on LSD, Dick Van Dyke for one on smoking, and Sonny Bono for Marijuana. He also won an Emmy Award for directing the series piece on teen suicide narrated by Milton Berle!
suggested for mature audiences — contains language and some gore. put this one on the shelf next to Shirley Clarke’s THE COOL WORLD! nice clean black & white transfer, mono, fullscreen, runs 76 minutes.