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Bayou (1957) was a Drama Film directed by Harold Daniels .

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Video of the Week: “Bayou” (and some very good news!)

By Marisa on Jul 8, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience

I had another video in mind for this week, but I got some exciting news today that changed everything! This Saturday night, July 11, at 11:00 pm PST, TCM Underground will be presenting the steamy Southern swampland double feature of Baby Doll (1956) and Bayou (1957). Now, this is not the version of ... Read full article

Video of the Week: Bayou Dance by Bob Moricz

By Marisa on Jun 10, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Our video this week is another great fan-created tribute to and re-imagining of Timothy’s crazy Cajun dance from Bayou (1957). The video was created and the music composed by Bob Moricz, a humongously talented underground filmmaker out of Sacramento, CA. Says Bob about Tim, “He was one ... Read full article

Pic of the Day: “Bayou” revisited

By Marisa on Dec 26, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Today’s pic takes another look at Ulysses, the hot-tempered Cajun of Harold Daniels‘ Bayou (1957) (re-edited and re-released as Poor White Trash in 1961). Here we see him bullying hapless booze hound Emil Hebert (Douglas Fowley), father of the woman Ulysses covets, by stealing his much-l... Read full article

Video of the Week: “Bayou” fight scene

By Marisa on Oct 22, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Another one from the archives! This is Timothy and Peter Graves‘ big fight scene at the end of Bayou (1957), aka Poor White Trash, directed by Harold Daniels. The entire film has been building up to this, and it’s worth the wait. Also appearing are Lita Milan and Jonathan Haze. Enjoy! Fi... Read full article

Video of the Week: “Bayou”

By Marisa on Sep 10, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Well folks, looks like all of the Videos of the Week from now on are “from the archives,” as I’ve simply run out of new videos of Timothy to post. Here’s the first one I ever posted, and it’s one of the best. Tim’s Cajun brute Ulysses from Bayou (1957) has a chat ... Read full article

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Repackaged as "Poor White Trash", The film ran for years on the south's drive-in circuit on a successful double feature with the similarly themed "I Hate Your Guts" (aka Shame).
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