One day, Ronald Grimes receives a letter from a Mr. Christianai who says he can predict the future. The letter correctly predicts the outcome of an upcoming election. More letters follow and through gambling, Grimes acquires a large amount of money. A final letter from Christianai asks for a contribution. Grimes gives it quite willingly.
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E.G. Marshall and Jack Klugman both appeared in the classic film "12 Angry Men" that same year. They were Juror #4 and Juror #5, respectively. See more
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Funeral March of a Marionette
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