Buckstone County Prison Trailer

Buckstone County Prison Trailer (1978)

"In 1957, the people of North Carolina feared two things -- the mountain chain gang and a man named SEABO." 01 July 1978 Adventure, Drama 116 mins

The Hell Hole of North Carolina. In 1957, the people of North Carolina feared two things - the mountain chain gang and a man named Seabo. North Carolina's Buckstone County Prison and Chain Gang were infamous as the most feared correctional institution in the country. Run by the sadistically brutal Warden Coley and his henchman, Jimbo, prisoners rarely caused a problem and those that did, didn't live long enough to talk about it.

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Cast

David Allan Coe

as Reb Stock

Don Barry

as Warden Coley

Sunset Carson

as Sheriff Deese

Ed Parker

as Jimbo

International Titles

Seabo Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 July 1978

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