Reginald Rose


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12 Angry Men (1957) - Lucky To Get A Murder The end of director Sidney Lumet's opening scene in the jury room, one take running over six minutes, Jack Klugman, Ed Begley, Martin Balsam, John Fiedler, Robert Webber, Henry Fonda, Jack Warden, E.G. Marshall, George Voscovec among the speakers, from 12 Angry Men, 1957.
12 Angry Men - It's The Same Knife! Juror 4 (E.G. Marshall) is making up a point leading up to the dramatic moment when Juror 8 (Henry Fonda) pulls out his identical switchblade, in a famous scene from Sidney Lumet's 12 Angry Men, 1957.
12 Angry Men - You Got Any Kids? Juror 3 (Lee J. Cobb) is letting out some of his feelings about kids, in the face of Juror 8 (Henry Fonda) voting not guilty, others (E.G. Marshall, Jack Klugman, Ed Begley, Martin Balsam) contributing, in Sidney Lumet's Angry Men, 1957.
12 Angry Men (1957) - There's Always One Foreman Martin Balsam following the first vote, Henry Fonda the only one of the nameless jurors not concurring, Jack Warden, Ed Begley, Lee J. Cobb among the unhappy, ad-man Robert Webber with an idea, early in Sidney Lumet's 12 Angry Men, 1957.
Man of the West - My Right Arm Link (Gary Cooper) plays dumb under questioning from Coaley (Jack Lord) until a notably un-surprised Dock (Lee J. Cobb) appears, lamenting their bad old days, in Anthony Mann's Man of the West, 1958.
Man of the West - Opening Credits Hard to say whether the mountains or Gary Cooper seem more immovable in the opening credit sequence from Anthony Mann's Man of the West, 1958, co-starring Lee J. Cobb, Julie London and Arthur O'Connell.
Man of the West - Do You Talk? The Tobin gang bungles the robbery of a train, and ex-outlaw Link (Gary Cooper), con-man Beasley (Arthur O'Connell) and singer Billie (Julie London) are left behind, in Anthony Mann's Man of the West, 1958.
Man of the West - Do It Your Way! Just a portion of the epic and nuanced fistfight between recently-introduced cousins Coaley (Jack Lord) and Link (Gary Cooper), overseen by vicious Uncle Dock (Lee J. Cobb) in Anthony Mann's Man of the West, 1958.
Man of the West - Ticket to Fort Worth Thespian work by Gary Cooper (as "Link") seeing his first train, dealing with schmoozer Beasley (Arthur O'Connell) and fending off the sheriff (Frank Ferguson) in Anthony Mann's Man of the West, 1958.
Crime In The Streets - Rumble Cracking opening sequence from director Don Siegel, introducing John Casavettes, Mark Rydell, Sal Mineo and others, from the teen-crime drama Crime In The Streets, 1956, starring James Whitmore.
Crime In The Streets - I Caught A Roach Little brother Richie (Peter Votrian) awakens his much admired thug brother Frankie (John Casavettes), mother (Virginia Gregg) soon joining them, in Don Siegel's Crime In The Streets, 1956.
Crime In The Streets - So You Can Vote Gang breaks up for the evening, leaving social worker Ben (James Whitmore) chatting with leader Frankie (John Casavettes) and sidekick Lou (Mark Rydell), then Frankie's mother (Virginia Gregg), in Don Siegel's Crime In The Streets, 1956.

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