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Juror #8 (Character)
from 12 Angry Men (1957)

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Alternate Names:
Juror #1 / Juror #10 / Juror #11 / Juror #12 / Juror #2 / Juror #3 / Juror #4 / Juror #5 / Juror #6 / Juror #7 / Juror #9

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  1. 12 Angry Men (1957) Played by Henry Fonda / Martin Balsam (as Juror #1) / John Fiedler (as Juror #2) / Lee J. Cobb (as Juror #3) / E.G. Marshall (as Juror #4) / Jack Klugman (as Juror #5) / Edward Binns (as Juror #6) / Jack Warden (as Juror #7) / Joseph Sweeney (as Juror #9) / Ed Begley (as Juror #10) / George Voskovec (as Juror #11) / Robert Webber (as Juror #12)

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From 12 Angry Men (1957)
Juror #8: I just want to talk.
Juror #7: Well, what's there to talk about? Eleven men in here think he's guilty. No one had to think about it twice except you.
Juror #10: I want to to ask you something: do you believe his story?
Juror #8: I don't know whether I believe it or not - maybe I don't.
Juror #7: So how come you vote not guilty?
Juror #8: Well, there were eleven votes for guilty. It's not easy to raise my hand and send a boy off to die without talking about it first.
Juror #7: Well now, who says it's easy?
Juror #8: No one.
Juror #7: What, just because I voted fast? I honestly think the guy's guilty. Couldn't change my mind if you talked for a hundred years.
Juror #8: I'm not trying to change your mind. It's just that... we're talking about somebody's life here. We can't decide it in five minutes. Supposing we're wrong?
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