An innocent black man (Juano Hernandez) is accused of murder in Intruder in the Dust (1949), directed by Clarence Brown and based on a novel by William Faulkner.
Mississippi lawyer Stevens (David Brian) presses nephew Chick (Claude Jarman Jr.) to explain his views on the arrest of local farmer Lucas (Juano Hernandez) on murder charges, describing their first meeting, in Intruder In The Dust, 1950, from the William Faulkner novel.
Mississippi jailer (Harry Antrim) conducts doubtful lawyer Stevens (David Brian), who's been brought by his nephew Chick (Claude Jarman Jr.), to see accused murder Lucas Beauchamp (Juano Hernandez), covering some of the background from William Faulkner's novel, in Intruder In The Dust, 1950.
Joining producer/director Clarence Brown's opening after the credits, shooting in Oxford, Mississippi, the hometown of the original author William Faulkner, introducing Claude Jarman Jr. as 'Chick' and Juano Hernandez as 'Lucas,' in Intruder In The Dust, 1950.
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