The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald/The Other Side of Bonnie & Clyde [Special Edition] [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Digitally remastered
  • Audio commentary by director Larry Buchanan
  • Original theatrical trailer for The Other Side of Bonnie & Clyde
  • Bonus Buchanan trailers for: A Bullet for Pretty Boy, Common Law Wife, Free White and 21, High Yellow, Hughes and Harlow; Angels in Hell and The Loch Ness Horror
  • Criminal Roy Gardner is reunited with the man who sent him to jail - exploitation pioneer Louis Sonney - in roadshow short #1: You Can't Beat the Rap
  • The electric chair, dead John Dillinger and Elmer the Mummy (!) all show what awaits criminals in roadshow short #2: The March of Crime
  • Edward Hickman and other vicious kidnappers are punished by the feds in roadshow short #3: The March of Crime 2nd Edition
  • Additional crime-crazed trailer for: Blast of Silence, The Bloody Broad, The Boss, Cop Haters, Four for the Morgue, the combo of Johnny Stool Pigeon & Kiss the Blood off My Hands, Revolt in the Big House, Shakedown and When Gangland Strikes
  • Total running time: over 3½ hours of bullets and blood

Synopsis

The Other Side of Bonnie and Clyde
The legend of the bloody duo is presented from a different perspective in this offbeat outing that features actual footage of the criminal pair, fascinating interviews with former mobster Floyd Hamilton and Sheriff Frank Hammer. It also contains some reenactments. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald
Cult filmmaker Larry Buchanan, who had previously shot footage in Jack Ruby's nightclub for his mondo feature Naughty Dallas, directed this speculative trial drama, released within months of Oswald's death. Making use of actual newsreel footage along with courtroom re-creations, Buchanan's film puts Oswald (Arthur Nations) on trial, represented by cult-favorite George Russell, star of the peculiar The Black Cat (1966). Oddly enough, given that Buchanan's later films would suggest conspiracies in the deaths of Marilyn Monroe (Good Night, Sweet Marilyn), Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix (all in Down on Us), there is no suggestion that anyone but Oswald was responsible for the Kennedy assassination. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Burl Ives
    Burl Ives - Narrator
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    Lucky Mosley - Clyde Barrow

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