CORRIDOR OF SHAME A Documentary Produced & Directed By Bud Ferillo
The Neglect of South Carolina's Rural Schools


Produced and Directed
by Bud Ferillo

Interviews
by Bud Ferillo

Executive Producer
John S. Rainey

Director of Photography
Lonnie Wehunt

Editor
Bill Sibert

Title Graphics: Herbie Hollar
Art Directors: Hugh Jacobs and Trey Floyd
Publicity: Geah Pressgrove
Education Consultant: Dr. Tom Truitt
Research Assistant: Jennifer McMillan
Bursar: Anne Lewis
Best Boy and Grip: Rhett Jackson

In Order of Appearance

Pat Conroy
Dr. Ray Rogers
Larry Monahan
Polly Elkins
Julia Boykin
Dawn Bailey
Tammy Butler
Sandra Burton
Eddie Ogden
Tammy Martin
Jean Pearson
Judy Franchini
Harry Wooding
Archie Franchini
Talmadge Wiggins
Dr. Earl Bostick, Sr.
Edmond Burnes
Burney Bell
Marva Tigner
Dr. William Singleton
Paul Hudacko
Natalie Pigatt
Dennis Thompson, Jr.
Marilou Bryant
Linda Mook
Lula Johnson
Barbara Terry
Sherry Carroll
Victoria Belin
Merdell Nesbit
Teresa Carasquillo
Jessica Hudacko
Dr. George M. Hood
Charles Berry
Meredith Smith
Charles S.Way, Jr.
Mayor Joe Riley
Dr. David Longshore
Dr. Terry Peterson
Steve Morrison
Dr. Greg Hawkins
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham
Ed McMullen
Dr. Jane Pulling

Music

"Elegy"
Composed by Gabriel Faure
Performed by Andres Diaz, cellist and Wendy Chen, pianist
Recorded at Wadsworth Auditorium in Newnan, Georgia on February 18, 2005

"Some of these Days I’m Going Down to the River of Jordan"
Sung by Zack Knox
Recorded in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
by John A. Lomax and Ruby Terrill Lomax
for the Library of Congress on July 13, 1937
Courtesy of Rounder Records Corp.

"Adagio from the Quintet for Strings in C Major, d.956" (Two Cellos)
Composed by Franz Schubert
Courtesy of Spoleto Festival USA

"You’re a Grand Old Flag"
Performed by Mrs. Oxidine’s First Grade Class
East Elementary School
Dillon School District Two
Recorded on January 18, 2005

"Every Day I Have the Blues"
Composed and performed by Lowell Fulson,
with pianist Lloyd Glenn, bassist Billy Hadnott, drummer Bob Harvey
Recorded in Los Angeles, California in 1949
Copyright 1952 (renewed)
Arc Music Corp, Fort Knox Music Inc, Trio Music Company Inc., (BMI)
Used by permission
International Copyright Secured
Courtesy of Tuff City Records

"Wants To Be In Heaven When the First Trumpet Sounds"
Sung by Lillie and Thelma Knox
Recorded in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
by John A. Lomax and Ruby Terrill Lomax
for the Library of Congress
on July 12, 1937
Courtesy of Rounder Records Corp.

Special thanks to Charles Wadsworth for music consultation and arrangements