Not Rated | | Crime, Drama
A jury holdout attempts to prevent a miscarriage of justice by forcing his colleagues to reconsider the evidence.
E.G. Marshall and Martin Balsam appeared in Suspense (1964).
Man in corridor:
You did a wonderful job, wonderful job!
Judge: To continue, you've listened to a long and complex case, murder in the first degree. Premeditated murder is the most serious charge tried in our criminal courts. You've listened to the testimony, you've had ...
Juror #9 reveals that be had noticed that a key witness that testified seeing the murder from afar when awakened in bed, had marks on her nose typically left by eye glasses, raising reasonable doubt the truthfulness of her testimony. In his subsequent line of questioning with the be-speckled Juror #4, Juror #9 then mentions he has 20/20 vision. Yet, upon subsequent close-ups, Juror #9 clearly has the same marks on his nose that the witness and Juror #4 had, indicating that he also wears glasses, invalidating his earlier claim of 20/20 vision.
The credits only credit the jurors. All other actors in the film (judge, bailiff, accused, etc.) go uncredited.
13 June 2017 12:00 PM, -05:00
The Hollywood Reporter - TV News
Emmys Flashback: In 1954, 'Twelve Angry Men' Debuted Live on CBS
18 April 2017 2:28 PM, -05:00
Q&A: Director Robbie Bryan on Filming the New Thriller The Eyes
Dive deep into everything Awards Central, superheroes, IMDb Picks, and more.