Corliss Lamont: Renegade Patriot

In the late 1980s, Corliss Lamont's Grandson, Jonathan Heap, a Hollywood feature film director and television producer, shot a 16mm film about his grandfather called Corliss Lamont: Renegade Patriot.

The film exists only in rough cut form, but presented here are five key segments from the film, as well as eight stills and a transcription of the dialogue.

Subjects covered include Senator Joseph McCarthy and the House Un-American Activities Committee, the Bill of Rights, Freedom of Speech, Humanism, the Lamont v. U.S. Postmaster General Supreme Court case, and Civil Liberties. Appearances by Corliss Lamont, Jonathan Heap, and Leonard B. Boudin, Esq.

JPEG image of Leonard BoudinJPEG image of Corliss LamontJPEG image of Corliss Lamont and Jonathan HeapJPEG image of Corliss LamontJPEG image of Corliss LamontJPEG image of Corliss LamontJPEG image of Leonard BoudinJPEG image of Corliss Lamont

Running Time: 5 minutes 59 seconds
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Transcription of Dialogue

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Original material from 16mm film c. 1987. Edited April 1989 by Jonathan Heap and Corey Kaup. Produced and directed by Jonathan Heap. Digital audio/video capture and editing by Frank, Independent Consultant, New York, NY, September 1997.
Transcoding to MPEG-4 AVC/AAC by Frank, February 2020.

This page last revised:  March 26, 2020.

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