The Black Klansman
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- Released in 1966
- B & W
- Running Time: 88 Min.
- Production Co: SGS Productions
- Distribution Co: U.S. Films Inc. (1966) (USA) (theatrical) | Astral Films (1967) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Directed by Ted V. Mikels
- Written by Art Names, John T. Wilson
- Starring Richard Gilden, Rima Kutner, Harry Lovejoy, Max Julien, Jakie Deslonde
- Produced by Ted V. Mikels, Joe Solomon
- Original Music by Jaime Mendoza-Nava
- Cinematography by Robert Caramico
- Film Editing by Ted V. Mikels (as T.V. Mikels)
Also Known As
- Brutes (UK)
- I Crossed the Color Line
- I Crossed the Line
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The Black Klansman is a feature film originally released in 1966 under the name I Crossed the Color Line. Set during the struggle for civil rights, the film tells the story of an African-American man, played by Richard Gilden, who disguises himself as a white man to join the Ku Klux Klan to seek revenge on Klan members who killed his daughter. (Wikipedia)