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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

If He Hollers, Let Him Go! (1968) DVD-R

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Starring Dana Wynter, Raymond St. Jacques, Kevin McCarthy, Barbara McNair, Arthur

O'Connell

Directed by Charles Martin



Print: color

Runtime: 106 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



James Lake (Raymond St. Jacques) is an escaped black convict imprisoned for a murder

he didn't commit. Leslie Whitlock (Kevin McCarthy) offers James money to kill his wife, Ellen

(Dana Wynter). He declines and tries to look up his old flame Lily (Barbara McNair), but

discovers his own brother is now married to the sultry nightclub singer. James returns to

Leslie, and the trio travel towards a mountain retreat. James and Ellen escape and try to

find the murderer who had framed James years before. He experiences prejudices from

police and civilian alike before the trail leads to the dead girl's stepfather. Due to the

constant sexual and racial overtones this film is considered an exploitation feature.

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Starring Dana Wynter, Raymond St. Jacques, Kevin McCarthy, Barbara McNair, Arthur
O'Connell
Directed by Charles Martin

Print: color
Runtime: 106 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

James Lake (Raymond St. Jacques) is an escaped black convict imprisoned for a murder
he didn't commit. Leslie Whitlock (Kevin McCarthy) offers James money to kill his wife, Ellen
(Dana Wynter). He declines and tries to look up his old flame Lily (Barbara McNair), but
discovers his own brother is now married to the sultry nightclub singer. James returns to
Leslie, and the trio travel towards a mountain retreat. James and Ellen escape and try to
find the murderer who had framed James years before. He experiences prejudices from
police and civilian alike before the trail leads to the dead girl's stepfather. Due to the
constant sexual and racial overtones this film is considered an exploitation feature.

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