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The 9th of 12 Juror's is an old Man whose matured & impressive memory, the role played by Jack Warden decides to change his vote, because the reasoning as put forth by the 7th Juror, played by Henry Fonda in support of not-guilty for the accused to b put on Death Row if an unanimous decision among them voted guilty. Therefore as a worldly-wise & keen observer of the proceedings in the Court, he weighs the pros & cons, deciding to vote, turning the vote count to 2 not-guilty against the 10 member Jurors. There r several remakes, but the story & the characters r the same but with different actors. My Answer is based on Sidney Lumet's directorial debut in 1957.
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