Personalities | 1930 | Sound | B/W
DW Griffith and Walter Huston sit in a drawing room smoking and have a conversation about cinema and politics with civil rights implications 1930's
D.W. Griffith talks about his origins in the Deep South and Huston and he discuss the film 'Birth Of A Nation' and how much of it was based on real events. Griffith says that the Ku Klux Klan were 'necessary' back then.
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