• This was really a surprise for me. Knowing this was made by Crown International in the 70's, I expected a fun, sleazy good time. Instead I found this to be a stiff, talky courtroom piece, with little going for it other than Adam West uttering a couple of vulgarities and a fun title tune by Lou Rawls. I'd really like to see how this film was sold to audiences at the time, as it plays like an R-rated episode of MATLOCK. How did Crown International get theaters who were used to their mix of vans, cheerleaders and beach babes, to show a semi-serious drama about jury tampering? Beware....