Set in the south, during a time of segregation, "The Defiant Ones" tells the tale of two escaped convicts, chained together and running for their lives. Directed by Stanley Kramer and starring Sidney Poitier, Tony Curtis, Theodore Bikel, Charles McGraw, Lon Chaney Jr., and Cara Williams it pulls no punches in showing the racism of the time. Depending on the review you read you'll either think it's a great classic movie or a boring melodrama. Bob and I lean more toward the great classic side of the debate. Spoilers, we talk about the ending and all the interesting points of the plot. This movie is also very difficult to find, unless you catch a showing on Turner Classic Movies or maybe it's also on Filmstruck, but in a pinch, a crappy copy is also on YouTube. We hope you enjoy this episode and up next we're going to deep dive on Bob's field trip to Lone Pine, California. The location where hundreds of Hollywood films take place.