The Liberation of L.B. Jones (1970)

R  |   |  Crime, Drama, Romance

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A Southern lawyer uncovers the truth about a slain undertaker.

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Author Jesse Hill Ford based the story on an actual event and people in his town. Many people in Humboldt were not happy after the novel was published and felt betrayed, especially after the film gave the story wider circulation.


Willie Joe Worth: It Monday is it?
Stanley Bumpas: All day, you coming?
Willie Joe Worth: Way pass six, that black son-of-bitch didn't call. Just let it ride by god.


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Crime | Drama | Romance

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