the time of his capture in 1881, Lewis Redmond was the most famous
outlaw in the country, outshining contemporaries Billy-The-Kid and
Jesse James. To the people of Southern Appalachia he was an American
Robin Hood, fighting revenuers and bootlegging ‘moonshine’
to pay their taxes and save their land.
watched your film on PBS and found it simple and amazing at the same
“What a wonderful performance. What a tremendous tale. Would that
TV could be all like this excellent story.”
wonderful production and a great performance.”
Moonshine DVD Collection
three DVDs | five films
6 hours 20 minutes total media
Price: $55 + free shipping
a set of award-winning films
on three DVDs
THE LAST ONE
THIS IS THE LAST DAM RUN OF LIKKER I'LL EVER MAKE
THE OUTLAW LEWIS REDMOND
THE PRINCE OF DARK CORNERS
A HELL OF A LIFE
The Outlaw Lewis Redmond
The Last One
The story of a forgotten outlaw and folk hero, the Robin Hood of Appalachia.
The Emmy award-winning PBS special, a chronicle of moonshine in Appalachia.
"The Last One is the best documentary on moonshine - ever."