Who was the director of the movie?
In the 1957 film 12 Angry Men, who played Juror No.
Juror number seven voted not guilty, going against the majority of the other jurors.
Only Juror No. 8 (Henry Fonda) votes not guilty after all eleven other jurors have already found the defendants guilty.
What kind of knife was used to murder the victim?
While both Hitchcock and Huston directed many movies in the 1950s, it was Lumet who directed 12 Angry Men.
When the jury began deliberations and cast their first vote to figure out how they all felt, how many said guilty?
Henry Jaynes Fonda was an American film and stage actor who had a career that spanned five decades on Broadway and in Hollywood.
What was the female eyewitness doing across the street when she witnessed the murder?
After watching Juror 4 rub his nose, irritated by impressions from his eyeglasses, Juror 9 realizes that the first witness had the same impressions on her nose as well and was constantly rubbing them, indicating that she wore eyeglasses as well but did not wear them to court out of vanity.
What made Davis believe that the elderly lady from the adjacent building had not witnessed what she claimed?
How did the accused explain his missing knife?
An elderly man, Juror No. 9, was the first to alter his vote to "not guilty" in support of Juror No. 8. What prompted him to do so?
By the conclusion of the film, eleven jurors had changed their minds, and the youngster was acquitted.
By the end of the film, the vote is unanimous that the 18 year old is “not guilty.”