The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri on January 18, 1950 · 23
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.,U-4 pwtinwMi initr-vipiimrw ww w THE KANSAS CITY STAR. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY IS. 1050. 23 ' 4 ' & -A-yFF 1 At The Movies INTRUDER IN THE DUST MIDLAND. Drama, tereen play by Ban Mad-dow, baaed on the novel , by William Faulkner, produced and directed by Clarence Brown and released bv Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. with the following principal players: John Oavln Stevens David Brian Chick Malllson Claude Jarman, Jr. Lucas Beauchamp. . ..Juano Hernandez Nub Cowrie Porter Hall Misa Habersham. . ..Elizabeth Patterson Crawford Gowrie. Sheriff Hampton. Vinson Gowrie. . Aleck. .Charles Kemper Will Geer . . . .David Clarke . ..Elzie Emanuel IN delvnig into the complicated and inflammable field of racial prejudice, the movies progressively have been coming closer to grips with the subject and exhibiting an increasing fortitude in the process. The exploration, started with Home of the Brave and continued with Lost Boundaries and "Pinky, reaches a high mark in Intruder in the Dust, adapted from the novel of the same title by William Faulkner. For, upon close inspection, this pulsating recounting of how an indomitable, individualistic Negro, unjustly named in the slaying of a white man, is saved from mob law. Is at once an accusation against the narrow, bigoted persons of a small Southern community where the action takes place and an indictment of a system that permits the forces of hate and injustice to function so dangerously. To some screen play writers, producers and directors, the plight of the victim and the attempts of the misguided citizenry to exact vengeance would be logical topics for soap-box treatment about brotherhood and the rights of all people tinder the Constitution. But that thankfully has not been the idea of Clarence Brown, who both produced and directed, and Ben Maddow, who composed the script. Through the administration of these two, Intruder in the Dust becomes a frightening, realistic and honest drama in which conversa tion is held to a minimum and preachment is avoided. The pictures message and development spring from the movements and ex pressions of the characters. And to augment the feeling of naturalism. Brown has made fluent and searching usage of the cameras not alone in mirroring life in the town of Oxford, Miss, where most of the story was photographed, but also in bringing into exacting focus the tangled emotions of the char-acterg. The directors understanding touch is especially evident in the scene wherein the rural folks come to town for the expected lynching, where the frightened and bewildered Negro families are aroused at night by the sound of horses hoofs and motor cars $n the county roads and where music flares from a loudspeaker on a store on the jammed town square as the mob forms to break into the jail. Incidentally, this booming outburst from a record player is all the more startling because the director has left "background music off the sound track. As a .result, the sounds so necessary for the dramas full impact and for the various moods are completely challenging. In selecting the players Brown exercised as fine judgment as in other phases of the production. The dominant role of the apparently doomed Negro is played with imposing authority by Juano Hernandez. Through his expressive eyes, erect body and resonant voice, he is a symbol of dignified, iron-willed manhood. Besides the Negro, the chief protagonists of this stark, forceful drama, whose terroristic moments produce more chills than a Boris Karloff thriller, are a white boy, a young lawyer who reluctantly agrees to defend the prisoner, and a spunky Southern woman unafraid to defy the mobs will and to fight for decency and humanity. Claude Jarman, jr., handles the vexing assignment of the boy whose friendship for Hernandez outweighs whatever bias he has held against the Negro race. The youthful actor reveals much of the charm and ability he displayed in The Yearling. In the role of the attorney David Brian gives an excellent performance, as does Elizabeth Patterson as the courgeous woman. There also are laudatory portrayals by Porter Hall as an embittered father, Charles Kemper, as his worthless son and Will Geer as the sheriff who works out a plan to trap the real murderer. Intruder in the Dust belongs among the Hollywood classics of this era. C. E. C. PARAMOUNT. ROOMY.. i 'toryi The Heiress, the movie version of the successful stage play, with Olivia de Havilland, Ralph Richardson and Montgomery Clift in the starring parts, has been given a second weeks engagement at the Paramount theater. SCHOOL FUND ATTRACTIVE Monterey, Calif. (UP) Someone likes the cooking at the Monterey high school. 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