Gordon Douglas – I Was a Communist for the F.B.I. (1951)


The FBI infiltrates one of their agents in the US Communist Party. This causes big problems in the normal life of the agent. Nobody knows that he is with the FBI, neither his family. Continue reading Gordon Douglas – I Was a Communist for the F.B.I. (1951)

Gordon Douglas – Claudelle Inglish (1961)


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Claudelle Inglish, the teenage daughter of a Georgia sharecropper, is in love with Linn Varner, a farmboy. Claudelle’s mother, Jessie, all too aware of her own drab existence, tries to discourage the romance by urging Claudelle to marry S. T. Crawford, an older, wealthy farmowner. But Claudelle refuses, and she remains faithful to Linn even when he is drafted into the Army. When he writes that he is planning to marry someone else, however, Claudelle brazenly turns into the town trollop. Her first affair is with Dennis Peasley, whose father owns the general store. Dennis falls in love with her, but Claudelle begins “accepting gifts” from most of the other men of the town, including Dennis’ father. When Clyde Inglish, Claudelle’s father, learns of his daughter’s reputation and accuses her of being a tramp, Claudelle angrily confronts him with the news that Jessie has been seen making love to S. T. Crawford in a parked car. Continue reading Gordon Douglas – Claudelle Inglish (1961)