53. 'Halls of Anger' (1970)
In this very early role, Bridges plays a white student who has been bussed in to a black, inner-city high school – where they're promptly discriminated against for the color of their skin. It's a disturbing movie that presents a reversal of the historical scenario of black students facing racism at predominantly white schools; it plays like science-fiction, frankly. Alas, the picture is somehow both too muddled and too simplistic to ever land its punches. But the young cast is solid, and Bridges has one of the tougher parts: He's an easygoing, earnest teen who finds himself driven to extremes as he's faced with rejection and brutality.