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In twelve angry men is juror 8 a hero?

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yes he is.

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Juror Eight is the protagonist in Twelve Angry Men.

Juror #9, later identified as McArdle was the oldest juror.

The climax of 12 Angry Men is when Juror 3 says 'not guilty'

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Juror #8 (played by Henry Fonda).

The 12th juror in the play 12 Angry Men originally believes that the boy is guilty. He later changes his vote to not guilty following the deliberation.

He is the one juror who is truly pragmatic and tries to follow only the evidence with no emotions.

because he was a war man he loved to fight

People are described by adjectives, not verbs.

In the 1957 version, he was played by Joseph Sweeney.

To sit in deliberation with other members of the jury.

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.

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.

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Juror #1o agrees with juror #12 and changes his vote to Not Guilty without any hoopla attached. You may have the number wrong for the juror you are attributing the quote to.

Juror 5 gets mad after the second vote, when Juror 3 accuses him of being soft and changing his vote. It turns out Juror 9 (the old man) was the one to change his vote.

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.

JUROR #8 (MR. DAVIS) (Henry Fonda) who played in 12 ANGRY MEN in 1957.


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