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Final Verdict (1991)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 9 September 1991
Nora Rogers, who grew up to become journalist and writer Adela Rogers St. John, had a unique view of the law practice of her celebrated and notorious father Earl Rogers, who was st the top ... See full summary »

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Earl Rogers
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Nora Rogers
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Rev. Rogers
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Belle Rogers
Barton Heyman ...
Bill Jory
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Al Boyd
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Harry Johnson
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Pearl Morton
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Queenie
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Francy
Tony Frank ...
C.C. McComas
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Mootry
Rick Stokes ...
Doyle Bains
Bill Bolender ...
Jim Davin
Robert Strane ...
Boyd Sr.
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Nora Rogers, who grew up to become journalist and writer Adela Rogers St. John, had a unique view of the law practice of her celebrated and notorious father Earl Rogers, who was st the top of his profession at the turn of the 20th century.. This film is adapted from her 1962 biography of him, "Final Verdict." Written by Murray J. Porath

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9 September 1991 (USA)  »

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Final Verdict - Berufung ausgeschlossen  »

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Well performed, nicely shot, saccharine. "To Kill a Mockingbird" lite
19 June 2002 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

This film lacks only one thing, really - a believable,consistent script.

I hoped for the first 20 minutes that it would have a twist at the end, then realised it wouldn't. It's "To Kill a Mockingbird" lite.

I know I'm in England, but was US law in this period REALLY that shoddy? I didn't believe it for a minute.

Good performances all round, though: special mention to Fionnula Flanagan (Pearl, the Madame) - she really should, at least, have been Oscar nominated for Best Supporting for "The Others" this year.

Good cast,solid direction, good art direction. Pity about the story & script.

See "To Kill a Mockingbird" or "Inherit the Wind" instead.


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