The Intruder

The Intruder

Charles Beaumont / May 30, 2020

The Intruder He was a leader of men but he was evil He was a stranger but he brought lust and love rape and hate to this quiet Southern town He wasTHE INTRUDER

  • Title: The Intruder
  • Author: Charles Beaumont
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • He was a leader of men, but he was evil He was a stranger, but he brought lust and love, rape and hate to this quiet Southern town He wasTHE INTRUDER.

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      • Charles Beaumont

        Charles Beaumont was born Charles Leroy Nutt in Chicago in 1929 He dropped out of high school in the tenth grade and worked at a number of jobs before selling his first story to Amazing Stories in 1950 His story Black Country 1954 was the first work of short fiction to appear in Playboy, and his classic tale The Crooked Man appeared in the same magazine the following year Beaumont published numerous other short stories in the 1950s, both in mainstream periodicals like Playboy and Esquire and in science fiction and fantasy magazines.His first story collection, The Hunger and Other Stories, was published in 1957 to immediate acclaim, and was followed by two further collections, Yonder 1958 and Night Ride and Other Journeys 1960 He also published two novels, Run from the Hunter 1957, pseudonymously, with John E Tomerlin , and The Intruder 1959.Beaumont is perhaps best remembered for his work in television, particularly his screenplays for The Twilight Zone, for which he wrote several of the most famous episodes His other screenwriting credits include the scripts for films such as The Premature Burial 1962 , Burn, Witch, Burn 1962 , The Haunted Palace 1963 , and The Masque of the Red Death 1964.When Beaumont was 34, he began to suffer from ill health and developed a baffling and still unexplained condition that caused him to age at a greatly increased rate, such that at the time of his death at age 38 in 1967, he had the physical appearance of a 95 year old man Beaumont was survived by his wife Helen, two daughters, and two sons, one of whom, Christopher, is also a writer.Beaumont s work was much respected by his colleagues, and he counted Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Richard Matheson, Robert Bloch, and Roger Corman among his friends and admirers Valancourt Books


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    2. I’ve watched the movie by Corman (1962), based on the book.Mr Cramer, the main character played by W. Shatner, arrives to Caxton with a sort of “mission”: to promote racial hate, it seems. He’s got all the seducing techniques you can imagine. He’s an agitator; a master instigator. He intrudes upon the psyche of the people and the life of this small place; soon, black people are in a dire situation; ads start saying: “nigger out!".

    3. Everyone should read this book. Its message is just as powerful today as it was in 1959 when it was first published. A fantastic read from a great but short lived writer who wrote many of the best original TWILIGHT ZONE shows.

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