12 Angry Men (1957)
Serving on a jury voting 11-1 to convict, Johnny must convince his fellow jurors of the defendant's innocence using the evidence at hand.
When questioned about what movies he had gone to see a few days before, E.G. Marshall's character mentions this film.
Mentioned by Juror #2
Alfie refers to the film.
Jack criticizes the film for depicting 11 Americans being swayed by Jane Fonda's father
Reference to the title
Subject of a $7,500 question
Mentioned by Castle.
A still from this movie is seen on the wall of the "Reel Quotes" game show.
Mentioned by Joan Rivers
correct response in "Hold Me Closer, Tony Danza" category
Subject of a $1,000 question
referenced in clue and correct response in "1950s Movie Ensembles" Final Jeopardy! category
Ms. Bitterman shows her classmates a computer video file of her one-woman performance of the name-only play
Referenced by name
When Charlie says he's working on "a statistical model of jury behaviour", Alan asks, "Was it developed by twelve angry mathematicians?"
In the review for Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Roeper mentions Sidney Lumet also directed this film.
One of Tommy's sex tapes named after a film.
SpongeBob mentions a movie called "12 Angry Jellyfish."
Mentioned by Mayo in conversation with Alex.
Joel: 12 Angry Mimes
"12 Angry Teens"
Donna, while making a suggestion, says "I'm going to throw this notion on the stoop and see if the cat licks it up," which is a direct quote of Juror #12
Title reference, and the plot of the episode is based on this film
Mentioned on Weekend Update
While doing jury duty, Jeremy is the only one who says Carla is not guilty, thinking "I'm in 12 Angry Men. I'm the only one who's not angry. I'm horny. That's much nicer."
Tom: "12 Angry Greeks"
Many lines from 12 Angry Men are used. Several jury room scenes are at least partial remakes of the originals.
Title is variation of vintage title.
Mentioned by Woody.
A girls' school is mounting a stage production.
The title is a reference to the title of the movie.
Referenced by name
One of the characters have watched the movie
"12 Angry Folks" in Roddy's DVD collection
spent a lot of time in jury room, one person person wanting the whole jury to go one way
A poster of it is shown
One of the director's past movies is mentioned, "12 Angry Men and a Baby."
mentioned in narration
Confrontation with Cobb
a clip is shown during David Poland's segment
Footage is shown when referenced
Clips are shown
This film is #2 on the "Courtroom Drama" list.
This film is #87 on the list.
This film is #42 on the list.
Juror #8 is #28 on the "Heroes" list.
This film is #88 on the list.
See in montage and/or clip.
Compared to the German TV adaptation of the play
An example of Lee J. Cobb's work.
clips with jurors
Title reference/Brian is the stand-out juror
The segment "One Angry Bravo" is a spoof of this movie.
The whole judgment idea
False Alarm is a parody of 12 Angry Men.
Serving on a murder trial jury voting 11-1 to convict, Tommy attempts (unsuccessfully) to convince the rest of the jury to acquit despite overwhelming evidence of the defendant's guilt.
Homer's "not guilty" stance in opposition to that of all other jurors resembles Juror #8's position at the beginning of the movie, though Homer is more motivated by the free staying at Springfield Palace Hotel than by the accused's potential innocence.
This episode spoofs the classic courtroom drama, with Fred playing the lone hold out.
a sketch titled "12 Angry Little People"
A parody of the film in which Felix is the lone holdout in jury which includes Oscar. (Jack Klugman's performance spoofs his role in the original.)
Parodied when Hank tries to persuade his fellow marketing focus group members to vote against a new product.
Uses the same plot. Hancock is the one Juror whom thinks the suspect isn't guilty
Plot based on the 1957 movie (a lone dissenting juror is convinced the defendant is innocent, while several others are firmly convinced of the man's guilt)
When the trial against Mr. Humphries is held, Mr. Spooner says it's like a remake of "Twelve Angry Men", to which Miss Brahms remarks "on a low budget."
This film starts with one "guilty" juror and eleven "not guilty" jurors.