Drama, directed by : Ted V Mikels, writing credits (alphabetical order) : Art Nemes, John T Wilress, cast : Richerd Gilden, Rima Kutner, Harry Lovejoy, Mae Julien, Jakie Deslonde, James Mc Eachin, ..., produced by : Te V Mikels, Joe Salomonb (executive), music by : Jaime Mendoza, cinematography : Robert Caramico, USA, 85 mn, (1966).
The independant producer of horror movies and light comedies Ted V Mikels attracks himself with a new topic far from his own filmography when he directs "The Black klansman, I crossed the color line". Filmed in the deep south still impregnating by the segregation it deals with the story of a saxophonist player named Jerry who lives in L.A. with his white girlfriend. All the Jerry family stay in Alabama state and life seems to be quiet until the day when white supremacists burn a church and kill the Jerry's daughter Mary. Deeply touched by this death he decides to integrate the racist organisation for finding the arsonists because he understand that the police doesn't want to do anything against them. He changes his face and succeeds to be accepted into the racist organisation. During a meeting two young African - Americans arrive in a car and begin to shout to the members. Jerry takes his gun and gives the order to the supremacist chief to put down his knees for apologizing himself about the killing of his daughter.