History Film / TwelveAngryMen

13th Jan '18 8:23:45 AM petrandreev13
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* SilenceYouFool: In 1957 film, Juror #3 impolitely orders Juror #2 to be quiet, when he interrupts him:
-->'''Juror #3:''' Okay, let-let's get to the point. What about the switch knife, they found in the old man's chest?
-->'''Juror #2:''' Uh, wai-wait a minute, there's some people who haven't talked yet. Shouldn't we go in order?
-->'''Juror #3:''' They'll get their chance to talk-BE quiet a second, will ya?
-->'''Juror #2:''' (sags his head a bit)
6th Jan '18 1:24:29 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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* ArtisticLicenseLaw:
** A major plot point involves Juror #8 visiting a pawnshop to buy a knife identical to the murder weapon (proving that it isn't really one of a kind), and showing it to the other jurors as evidence. Jurors are ''not'' supposed to conduct their own investigations outside of the courtroom, and they're ''really'' not supposed to consider any evidence that wasn't introduced in court.
** In addition to considering evidence not introduced in court, the jurors outright disregard many of the witness testimonies that ''were'' introduced in court, for reasons that the prosecutor and defender never actually brought up as possible issues (like the fact that one of the witnesses may or may not have been nearsighted). In RealLife, only a judge has the final say on whether or not statements in court can be considered credible, and jurors can't disregard witness testimonies unless a judge ''instructs'' them to disregard them.
6th Jan '18 1:56:42 AM petrandreev13
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-->'''Juror #11:'''Who tells you that you have the right to play like this with a man's life? Don't you care?

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-->'''Juror #11:'''Who #11:''' Who tells you that you have the right to play like this with a man's life? Don't you care?
6th Jan '18 1:53:13 AM petrandreev13
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* TheOner: The 1957 version is full of them, especially the scene where the jurors get settled in the room, the bathroom scene, or the Juror #10's rant scene.

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* TheOner: The 1957 version is full of them, especially the scene where the jurors get settled in the room, the bathroom scene, or the Juror #10's rant scene. The 1997 version has some of them too, but they're much less impressive.



* RealityHasNoSoundtrack: The music in 1957 version plays four times, while in 1997 version only once during the credits.

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* RealityHasNoSoundtrack: The music in the 1957 version plays four times, while in 1997 version plays only once during the credits.
4th Jan '18 10:28:19 AM petrandreev13
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-->'''Juror #11:''' What kind of a man are you? You have sat here and voted guilty with everyone else, because there are some baseball tickets burning a hole in your pocket? And now you've changed your vote because you say you're sick of all the talking here? Who tells you that you have the right to play like this with a man's life? Don't you care?

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-->'''Juror #11:''' What kind of a man are you? You have sat here and voted guilty with everyone else, because there are some baseball tickets burning a hole in your pocket? And now you've changed your vote because you say you're sick of all the talking here? Who here?
-->'''Juror #7:''' Now listen, buddy!
-->'''Juror #11:'''Who
tells you that you have the right to play like this with a man's life? Don't you care?
4th Jan '18 10:25:29 AM petrandreev13
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* RealityHasNoSoundtracks: The music in 1957 version plays four times, while in 1997 version only once during the credits.

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* RealityHasNoSoundtracks: RealityHasNoSoundtrack: The music in 1957 version plays four times, while in 1997 version only once during the credits.
4th Jan '18 10:24:59 AM petrandreev13
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* RealityHasNoSoundtracks: The music in 1957 version plays four times, while in 1997 version only once during the credits.
24th Dec '17 7:54:07 AM petrandreev13
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-->'''Juror #11:''' What kind of a man are you? You have sat here and voted guilty with everyone else, because there are some baseball tickets burning a hole in your pocket. And now you've changed your vote because you say you're sick of all the talking here? Who tells you that you have the right to play like this with a man's life? Don't you care?

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-->'''Juror #11:''' What kind of a man are you? You have sat here and voted guilty with everyone else, because there are some baseball tickets burning a hole in your pocket. pocket? And now you've changed your vote because you say you're sick of all the talking here? Who tells you that you have the right to play like this with a man's life? Don't you care?
13th Dec '17 8:47:15 AM petrandreev13
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* LetMeAtHim: Juror #3, after being provoked by Juror #8, lunges at him out of rage, only to be held back by Jurors #5, #7 and #12.

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* LetMeAtHim: Juror #3, after being provoked by Juror #8, lunges at him out of rage, only to be held back by Jurors #5, #7 #6 and #12.#7.
13th Dec '17 8:45:04 AM petrandreev13
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* LetMeAtHim: Juror #3, after being provoked by Juror #8, lunges at him out of rage, only to be held back by Jurors #5, #7 and #12.
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