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What is the job of Juror Nine in the 1957 movie Twelve Angry Men?

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To sit in deliberation with other members of the jury.

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To sit in deliberation with other members of the jury.


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


The director of the 1957 movie Twelve Angry Men was Sidney Lumet. Sidney Lumet also directed Dog Day Afternoon, Network, Serpico and Prince of The City.


In the 1957 version, he is played by Robert Webber. In the 1997 television production, he is played by William Petersen.


Twelve Angry Men was first remade in 1957 as the famous movie.It was originally a teleplay in 1954.It was also remade in 1997, 2004, and 2006.


Juror #8 -played by Henry Fonda in the 1957 black-and-white version directed by Sidney Lumet- manages to persuade all 11 other jurors to find the defendant not guilty. And they leave the courthouse.


Lumet, S., & Rose, R. (1957). Twelve angry men. Los Angeles: Orion-Nova Twelve Angry Men.


There aren't any actors names in the book Twelve Angry Men (unless addressed as Juror 1, 2, 3, 4, etc).However, if you are wondering what the actors names are from the original cast of the 1957 movie Twelve Angry Men, here they are:Martin Balsam, Lee J. Cobb, John Fiedler, E.G. Marshall, Jack Clugman, Edward Binns, Jack Warden, Henry Fonda, Joseph Sweeney, Ed Begley, George Voskovec and Robert Webber.


The cast of the 1957 movie 12 Angry Men: In the order in which they sat around the table, starting with Juror #1: Martin Balsam, John Fiedler, Lee J. Cobb, E.G. Marshall, Jack Klugman, Ed Binns, Jack Warden, Henry Fonda, Joseph Sweeney, Ed Begley, George Voskovec, Robert Webber.



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


The Foreman's job is not explicit in either the play or the film. Juror Two in the 1957 film is a bank clerk, but his job is not explicit in the play. Juror Three in the 1957 film runs a messenger service called Beck and Call, but his job is not explicit in the play. Juror Four in the 1957 film is a stockbroker, but his job is not explicit in the play, but he is described in the author's notes as seeming to be "a man of wealth and position, and a practiced speaker who presents himself well at all times." Juror Five's job is not explicit in either the play or the film. Juror Six is a housepainter, a man who is used to working with his hands rather than analyzing with his brain. Juror Seven is a salesman. Juror Eight's job in the 1957 film is an architect, but his job is not explicit. Juror Nine is an old man. In the author's notes, he is described as "long since defeated by life, and now merely waiting to die." Juror Ten's profession is unknown, but he is described in the author's notes as "an angry, bitter man - a man who antagonizes almost at sight. He is also a bigot." Juror Eleven in the 1957 film is a watchmaker, but his job is not explicit in the play; even though, he is in both cases an immigrant from Europe, a refugee from persecution. Juror Twelve works for an advertising agency.


In the 1957 version of the film, the jurors do not have names, only their juror numbers. At the end of the film Henry Fonda (Juror #8) and Joseph Sweeney (Juror #9) introduce themselves on the courthouse steps, Fonda as 'Davis' and Sweeney as 'McCardle'.


The 1957 version was directed by Sidney Lumet. The 1997 version was directed by William Friedkin.


In 1957, the movie was directed by Sidney Lumet.


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! Hope I helped! :)


The last surviving juror from "12 Angry Men" (1957) died on December 24, 2012 at the age of 90. Klugman was well known for his starring roles on "The Odd Couple" and "Quincy, M.E."


12 Angry Men was released on 04/13/1957.


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The cast of 12 Angry Men - 1957 includes: Rudy Bond as Judge Billy Nelson as Court Clerk John Savoca as The Accused


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The 9th among the 12 Juror's is an old Man whose matured & impressive memory, the role played by Jack Warden decides to change his vote, because of the sane reasoning as put forth by the 7th Juror, played by Henry Fonda in support of the accused as not-guilty. Juror 9 changed his vote in favor of Juror 7 because of his stand which would put an 18 year old boy on Death Row by an unanimous decision of the 12 Jurors if voted guilty.Therefore as a worldly-wise & keen observer of the proceedings in the Court, he weighs the pros & cons, deciding to vote in support of the accuse as not guilty, turning the vote count to 2 not-guilty against the majority 10 Jurors voting him guilty. There are several remakes, but the story & the characters r the same but with different actors. My Answer is based on Sidney Lumet's directorial debut with "12Angry Men" released in 1957. This Courtroom drama was adapted from a teleplay of the same name by Reginald Rose who co-produced and wrote the screenplay for the movie.


Ths may not be first: In "12 Angry Men" (1957), a teenager is on trial for murder. He is found not guilty. The true murderer is never shown.



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