Not Rated | | Crime, Drama
Atticus Finch, a lawyer in the Depression-era South, defends a black man against an undeserved rape charge, and his children against prejudice.
Film debut of William Windom.
You can pet him, Mr. Arthur. He's asleep. Couldn't if he was awake, though; he wouldn't let you. Go ahead.
When Jem shows Scout all of the things he's collected in the cigar box (0:55:15 to 0:58:00) the curtains in his bedroom are different than the ones in a later scene when he wakes up to follow Atticus downtown (at 1:00:31). Between these two scenes the narrator says "School finally ended and summer came and so did Dill." Then two brief additional scenes separate them. The curtains are light and appear to have the same design but look fuller in the later summer scene where they are half closed than in the earlier scene where they are fully open, as though one wouldn't be able to push them as flat against the window frame in the later scene as in the earlier scene due to bunching on the curtain rod which was out of frame in the earlier scene.
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