'Touch of Evil' is one of the very best examples, and last, instances of black and white cinema. The film's examination of border drug violence resonates today as much as Citizen Kane, though the film's biggest flaw is its 'reefer madness' propaganda, some of which is included in this clip. That said, the realistic portrayal of the evil of alcohol redeems that flaw completely. Orson Welles wrote, directed and co-starred in this movie with Charlton Heston (in 'brownface'), and Janet Leigh. The gangster barkeep 'Joe Grandi', played by Akim Tamiroff, brings to mind Cheech Marin in 1995's classic 'Desperado'. 'Fair Use' copyright is claimed.