Below average propaganda piece like others that were shown to children in the 1950s and 1960's. The story is simply a moralistic justification for abridgment of constitutional rights.
The film was produced by Charles Keating - a knave who later spent 4 and-a-half years in prison for his role in the savings & loan fiasco.
Other similar film screeds from the same era include the infamous "Boys Beware" and "Perversion for Profit" which featured LA television personality George Putnam and was also produced by Charles Keating. Putnam later apologized for his role in the film.
Interesting that the soundtrack borrows directly from " Plan 9 from Outer Space." I wonder if Ed Wood had anything to do with this production?
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