The Pelican Brief (1993)

PG-13  |   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery

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A law student uncovers a conspiracy, putting herself and others in danger.


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  • Julia Roberts and Sam Shepard in The Pelican Brief (1993)
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Did You Know?


FBI Director Denton Voyles also appeared in the John Grisham adaptation The Firm (1993), in which he was played by Steven Hill.


Justice Rosenberg: Any of those signs got my name on 'em?
Gray Grantham: Quite a few.
Justice Rosenberg: What do they say?
Gray Grantham: The usual: Death to Rosenberg, Retire Rosenberg, Cut off the oxygen.
Justice Rosenberg: That's my favorite. Of course you, Mr Grantham, did pretty good by me your last time out: Rosenberg equals the...


Jake Weber, who portrayed Curtis "Garcia" Morgan, is mistakenly credited as Charles Morgan. He is repeatedly referred to as Curtis Morgan, in particular when Darby goes to his firm to try to see him for an appointment. In fact, the student in the rehab center remembered his last name but did not remember his first name, and said his first name was "something like Charles, but that's not it."


Plot Summary


Crime | Drama | Mystery | Thriller

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