His anger towards the defendant stems from the estrangement from his own teen-aged son, causing him to be hateful and hostile toward all young people.
Juror Eight is the protagonist in Twelve Angry Men.
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In the 1957 version, he was played by Joseph Sweeney.
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To sit in deliberation with other members of the jury.
The law is accurate in the movie Twelve Angry Men as it relates to finding a Defendant "Guilty beyond reasonable doubt."
The Fonda's. Henry in Twelve Angry Men", Jane in "Klute" and Peter in "Easy Rider".
juror number two,eight ,five,nine,eleven and six.
yes he is.
He was at the movies.
A teenager was charged with murder.
This and that
from twelve angry men justice and fairness will prevail if there is one just man who believes in them
he was angry
The climax of 12 Angry Men is when Juror 3 says 'not guilty'