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All I can say is…well, I really don;t know what to say! Definitely some interesting alliteration in the title with another famous band of unreconstructed former Confederates.
Somehow I missed this one. I think it was a low-budget production. lol
Not cannibals, but the theme of homicidal Confederates from the grave was handled very well by Herschell Gordon Lewis in the 1964 movie Two Thousand Maniacs!
Thanks for the reference Tom.
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