Film Title: Holy Ghost People, by Peter Adair (1967) — 57 minutes
Distributor: Available from GPod
Summary: Holy Ghost People describes the beliefs and practices of a snake-handling Pentecostal church and shows candid shots of the congregation during a service, including snake handling and glossolalia. In a dramatic ending, the leader is bitten by a rattlesnake.
For a longer review, see the above GPod link, which has posted most of a review by Gary Morris from: Bright Lights Film Journal. (Click here, then scroll down the page to find the full review.)