Twelve Angry Men is a drama by Reginald Rose that later became a television play and film. The play was first broadcast in 1954 and tells the story of a homicide trial and the interactions amongst the jurors. Initially, eleven of the twelve jurors believe the defendant to be guilty but, over the course of the drama, the one doubtful juror manages to convince the others that the case is not as straightforward as it originally seems.

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