12 Angry Men

Juror 8 (Henry Fonda) convinces the jury that the accused isn't guilty. The last one to change his vote to Not Guilty is Juror 3 who breaks down and reveals personal prejudice against the accused because in the past he had a falling out with his son. The jurors leave the courthouse. Juror 8 and Juror 9 (the elderly man) reveal their names to be Davis and McArdle (respectively). They say goodbye to one another and go their separate ways.

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Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Henry Fonda is recreating the testimony of the old man getting out of bed & walking down a hall, you can clearly see a shadow of the camera on the floor.

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Juror #5: Boy oh boy, it's really hot, huh? Pardon me, but don't you ever sweat?
Juror #4: No, I don't.

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Trivia: Although it's not mentioned by name, the city is obviously New York City, as evidenced by the sighting of the Woolworth Building.

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Question: Am I correct that when Henry Fonda is questioning the E.G. Marshall character about his recent activities Marshall says that the night before he worked until 8:30 then went home? The trial was every day for the past several days.

Answer: He was actually talking about the night before the last one. Trials, especially longer ones for serious crimes such as murder, are not usually on consecutive days...often there is a recess after the prosecution rests, and another after the defense, before closing arguments and the jury's deliberation. During those recesses, unless they are sequestered, the jury members would return to their normal lives (including work), and report back to the court when summoned.

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