Boxcar Bertha

Although made for the “action market” as a Roger Corman/AIP production, and heavy on gore as a result, Boxcar Bertha transcends its commercial intentions both in the quality of Martin Scorsese's direction and in treating the theme of class warfare in the depression. David Carradine and Barbara Hershey star as young labor organizers engaged in the violent struggle against railroad barons and redneck police.

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