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What are some differences between the play Twelve Angry Men and the 1997 movie 12 Angry Men?

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in the movies there's some African American grown up in it but in the book it doesn't mention anything about a Afro-American. also the film has a black guy as a foreman instead of the white foreman in the play...

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