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

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2011-04-03 17:20:02
2011-04-03 17:20:02

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 the jurors want to leave because he has tickets to a ball game, and in the play, he has theater tickets. I know there are some more, but it's been a while since I read/ watched this!

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