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Juror 10 is a loud mouthed impolite bigot. He berates people he doesn't agree with and has a low opinion of people living in slum areas.
the first to change it is juror 9
Juror #3 (Lee J. Cobb).
There have always been twelve jurors on any jury panels that I know of. Does something give you the impression there should be any less? I believe twelve individuals would be …able to come up with the appropriate verdict much better than six. I only say that because I realize some cases only employ six to eight jurors. But, not in Capital cases!
In the 1957 version, he is played by Robert Webber. In the 1997 television production, he is played by William Petersen.
1: High School Football Coach 2: Bank Teller 3: Owner of Messenger Service 4: Stock Broker 5: Never Stated 6: Painter 7: Salesman 8: Architect 9: Never Stated 10: Garage Owner… 11: Watch Maker 12: Advertising Executive
Juror #9, later identified as McArdle was the oldest juror.
Jack Lemmon's character accuses Juror #3 as being a "sadist" when he proposes that 3 cares nothing for the facts of the case, and is bent on sending the kid to the chair for k…illing his father. It is reiterated throughout the film that 3 has more of a vendetta than the others in that he feels very negatively against a son being against a father, as this is something that had happened to 3 himself with his son, and he has yet to get over it.
The 9th among the 12 Juror's is an old Man whosematured & impressive memory, the role played by Jack Wardendecides to change his vote, because of the sane reasoning as put…forth by the 7th Juror , played by Henry Fonda insupport of the accused as not-guilty. Juror 9 changed his vote infavor of Juror 7 because of his stand which would put an 18 yearold boy on Death Row by an unanimous decision of the 12Jurors if voted guilty. Therefore as a worldly-wise & keen observer of the proceedingsin the Court, he weighs the pros & cons, deciding to vote insupport of the accuse as not guilty, turning the vote count to 2not-guilty against the majority 10 Jurors voting himguilty . There are several remakes, but the story & thecharacters r the same but with different actors. My Answer is basedon Sidney Lumet's directorial debut with "12Angry Men" releasedin 1957. This Courtroom drama was adapted from a teleplay ofthe same name by Reginald Rose who co-produced and wrote thescreenplay for the movie.
becuase he stood alone
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The Madison Avenue ad executive-
Juror #3 was played by actor Lee J. Cobb. In addition to being in this film, he had a very extensive resume and had been in such films as On the Waterfront and The Exorcist am…ong many others.
His first doubt was the knife. The knife had been described as very rare. But he had been able to buy one for $6 at a store in the neighborhood of the murder.