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Find Me Guilty (2006) Poster

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Jackie DiNorscio picked Vin Diesel to play him. Much to Diesel's surprise, DiNorscio wanted Diesel cast after watching The Fast and the Furious (2001).
Sidney Lumet made Diesel come to the table reads in full makeup to make it easier for the rest of the cast to react to Diesel in character.
Joe Pesci was originally courted for the role of Jack DiNorscio.
Vin Diesel gained over 30 pounds for his role and spent two hours a day in makeup to resemble DiNorscio.
T.J. Mancini obtained official transcripts from the trial and added it as dialog for the court-room scenes.
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During production, one of the working titles of the film was "Jackie Dee".
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Giacomo DiNorscio died 14 November 2004, during the film's production.
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The court case in which this film is based upon is the longest case in United States judicial history.
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The last Sidney Lumet movie shot on film.
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Find Me Guilty is the last courtroom movie directed by Sidney Lumet.
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Sidney Lumet cast all of the extras in the film himself.
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Ron Silver (Judge Finestein) originated the role of Charlie Fox in Speed-the-Plow on Broadway. The role was recreated in the Broadway revival by Raúl Esparza (Tony Compagna).
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Vin Diesel was 10 years younger than the real life subject was at the time.
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One of the actors in the film is named Terry Serpico. Sidney Lumet directed the movie Serpico starring Al Pacino in 1973.
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