Arrest and Trial (1963–1964)
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Two students pay a drifter to murder their law professor because they despise him as a symbol of the kind of left-wing, soft-on-crime ideology they believe will destroy the country. When ... See full synopsis »

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Det. Sgt. Nick Anderson
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John Egan
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Det. Sgt. Dan Kirby
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Deputy DA Jerry Miller
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Professor Marcus Kane
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Mitchell Harris
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Jake Shakespeare
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Det. Lt. Tom Handley
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Joseph Gallison ...
Stephen Leete (as Joe Gallison)
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Fred Kordiak
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Clegg Hoyt ...
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George Kirgo ...
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Two students pay a drifter to murder their law professor because they despise him as a symbol of the kind of left-wing, soft-on-crime ideology they believe will destroy the country. When the professor kills his assailant instead, he finds himself on trial for first-degree murder. But he's forced to conceal crucial evidence from his own defense attorney, at the risk of his life, to protect his lover, a married woman who is terrifed that her brutal, sadistic husband will discover their affair.

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In a seedy bar, two students, Brad Holcombe (Chris Robinson) and Steve Leete (Joseph Gallison), offer drunken drifter Fred Kordiak (Leo Gordon) $1,000 to commit a murder. Holcombe gives him $500 up front and promises the balance after the murder is committed.

Holcombe and Leete despise what they consider to be the "liberal," "anti-establishment," soft-on-crime views of their law professor, Marcus Kane (MacDonald Carey) and the fact that hes a ...

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12 April 1964 (USA)  »

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Bradford Holcombe: Reject the death penalty and you condone murder, condemn the defendant to death and you proclaim the majesty of the law!
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