Who is the antagonist of the twelve angry men?

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Juror #3 would take the Antagonist position because he stands to his opinion "Guilty" the longest, having Juror #8 to finally persuade him at the end.
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What is the theme of twelve angry men?

the theme is to understand how a jury trial is in that point of viewed how they all come together to come up with an answer by looking at the evidence they have . div style=%22padding: 0pt; margin: 10px 0pt 0pt 37px; background-image: url(%22http://site.wikianswers.com/templates/icons/ql.gif%22); (MORE)

Why are there no women on the jury in Twelve Angry Men?

This isn't really explored. 12 Angry Men makes for a better title than 12 Angry People. While making remakes, adding female jurors was explored but dismissed as executives did not want to change the title. Writing in a female might change the group dynamic and require extra work in script writing (MORE)

What is the climax of twelve angry men?

The climax is when juror #9 explains to the rest that the woman across the street couldn't have seen the crime just casually looking out her window from bed without her glasses. (cuz no one wears their glasses to bed.) Previously, juror #4 said that her testimony was good evidence, but after #9 disp (MORE)

How does the movie Twelve angry men end?

Juror #8 -played by Henry Fonda in the 1957 black-and-white version directed by Sidney Lumet- manages to persuade all 11 other jurors to find the defendant not guilty. And they leave the courthouse..

What is the ending of twelve angry men?

Ultimately they deduce through process of elimination that the evidence against the accused is entirely circumstantial and they therefore under the constitution, cannot find him guilty of the crime charged against him. That is the overall ending. It is a glimpse into a day of 12 strangers having to (MORE)

Who stars in twelve angry men?

The cast of the 1957 movie 12 Angry Men :. In the order in which they sat around the table, starting with Juror #1: Martin Balsam, John Fiedler, Lee J. Cobb, E.G. Marshall, Jack Klugman, Ed Binns, Jack Warden, Henry Fonda, Joseph Sweeney, Ed Begley, George Voskovec, Robert Webber.

What is the evidence used in the twelve angry men?

1) The knife 2) the old man hearing the boy and his father fighting 3) the old man seeing the boy run down the stairs 4) the boys inability to remember the movies he saw or who starred in them 5) the woman's testimony that she saw the boy do it Not necisarrily evidence but issues bought up

Who is the protagonist in twelve angry men?

Twelve Angry Men does not have a set protagonist or antagonist. It is referenced as a "gang drama." A gang drama's resolution occurs when everyone cooperates and comes to a general consensus. There is technically no protagonist, but the closest thing to it is Juror 8. He is arguing for the life of a (MORE)

Who is the antagonist in '12 Angry Men'?

"Protagonist" might be a better word for Henry Fonda's role. He played Juror Number Eight, and his name was revealed at the end of the movie as "Davis". He was an architect, and originally, the lone dissenter who cast a vote of "not guilty" against 11 "guilty" votes.

How important is the heat in Twelve Angry Men?

It is open to interpretation, however i feel that it has little importance. It is just a ploy by the author to generate side conversation to add to the story and detract from the focus of the story. It could also be interpreted as a comparison of the tension felt within the room and the warmth reson (MORE)

Summary of Twelve Angry Men?

Act 1 Twelve Angry Men takes place in a jury room in the late afternoon on a hot summer's day in New York City. After the curtain rises, the judge's voice is heard offstage, giving instructions to the jury. He says that the defendant is being tried for first-degree murder, which carries a mandato (MORE)

Who are the leaders in Twelve Angry Men?

Well, there really are no leaders in Twelve Angry Men, but those with more 'input' would include Juror #1 (Martin Balsam) the Foreman and Juror #8 (Henry Fonda) who pushes for fellow jury members to consider the possibility the Defendant may not be guilty of the crime.

What are the differences between the 1957 movie Twelve Angry Men and the play Twelve Angry?

Some differences between the play and the movie are that in the movie, there is a scene in the very beginning in the courtroom, and in the middle, a scene in the bathroom. I can't remember exactly, but in one of them, the boy is 19 years old, and in the other, he's 18 years old. In the movie, one of (MORE)

What is the biography of Juror 10 in Twelve Angry Men?

Juror Number Ten (played by Ed Begley) is garage owner who simmers with anger, bitterness and racist bigotry and needs the support of others to reinforce his stance. He is nasty, repellent, intolerant, reactionary and accusative. This character segregates the world into 'Us' and 'Them' categories.

Twelve Angry Men conflict?

The main conflict in the film Twelve Angry Men, was that there were eleven jurors who initially voted Guilty with one hold-out. That lone juror (Henry Fonda) would spend the rest of the film presenting causes for 'reasonable doubt' in the minds of fellow jurors.

What are the strengths portrayed by the group in Twelve Angry Men?

The most important strength portrayed by the jury in Twelve Angry Men was 'determination' regardless of any justifiable (or unjustifiable) logic each individual attached to the term. The group was determined to complete the deliberations as directed by the Judge in the case.

Who had a hidden agenda in the movie Twelve Angry Men?

Juror #7 had a hidden agenda. He wanted the court case to be over and done with as fast as possible so that he could attend a ball game. He even went as far as to change his vote to not-guilty claiming he was "sick of all the talking." But what he really wanted was to speed up the proceedings.

Why were there twelve jurors in Twelve Angry Men?

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 s (MORE)

Occupations of jurors in twelve angry men?

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

The actors names from the book Twelve Angry Men?

There aren't any actors names in the book Twelve Angry Men (unless addressed as Juror 1, 2, 3, 4, etc). However, if you are wondering what the actors names are from the original cast of the 1957 movie Twelve Angry Men, here they are: Martin Balsam, Lee J. Cobb, John Fiedler, E.G. Marshall, J (MORE)

Which juror in twelve angry men brung up the knife?

Juror 2 brings up the point that the accused is a half foot shorter than his father, so it would have been hard to stab him downwards. Juror 5 (the one brought up in the slums) brought up the point that the killer slashed down with the knife, as opposed to upwards like you would in a knife fight, (MORE)

Why was juror 1 important in twelve angry men?

Juror 1, the foreman never seemed to get involved in the arguments. He is a representation of complete impartiality. When Juror 1 votes not guilty, it is a turning point, a sign that the evidence points to a not-guilty verdict.

Who are the characters in twelve angry men?

Juror #1, Juror #2, Juror #3, Juror #4, Juror #5, Juror #6, Juror #7, Juror #8, Juror #9, Juror #10, Juror #11, Juror #12, Only two character's names are revealed. At the end of the film, while the jurors are leaving the courthouse, Henry Fonda (Juror #8) and Joseph Sweeney (Juror #9) meet on the (MORE)

What does juror eight call three in twelve angry men?

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 killing his father. It is reiterated throughout the film that 3 has more of a vendetta than the others in that he feels very n (MORE)

Why did juror 9 changed his vote twelve angry men?

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 putforth by the 7th Juror , played by Henry Fonda insupport of the accused as not-guilty. Juror 9 changed his vote infavor of (MORE)

Why boy was not guilty in twelve angry men?

We don't know if he was guilty or not. Maybe he did do it, or maybe he didn't, that's not the point. The play/movie is all against capital punishment, and that no one can decide if a man can live or die, because it's too much responsability and our limited knowledge and judgement do not allow us to (MORE)

Who played the defendant in twelve angry men?

The defendant was never shown; the focus was on the 12 man jury who had to determine his guilt or innocence. The whole movie was shot in the jury room and its adjacent bathroom.

How is juror 3 in twelve angry men?

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 among many others.

What is the irony for the story twelve angry men?

The irony of the play is that in the beginning, everyone was certain of the boy's guilt and voted 11-1 in favor of guilty. They were all ready to give judgment without speaking of the evidence and simply send him to the chair. With Juror 8's persuasion, he is able to find reasonable doubt in all of (MORE)