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One Angry Juror is the story of Chicago attorney Sarah Walsh, who is chosen to serve on the jury of a murder trial. Convinced that the defendant is innocent and that he is being framed for a... See more »

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Sarah Walsh
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Don Burston
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D.A. Riley
Shomari Downer ...
Walter Byrd
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Derrick
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Rakesha Anderson
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Curtis
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Det. Runyon
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Mahalia (as Candace Churchill)
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Eric
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Vincent Walsh
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Fitzgerald
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Tina
Meshach Peters ...
Kevin Brown
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Louise
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Judge #1
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Allen
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Sheree
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Bernard (as Julian D. Christopher)
Keith Dallas ...
Albert
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Sandra
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Spider
Kevin Frempong ...
Leroi
Anthony Joseph ...
Jermaine Anderson
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Judge #2
Jonathan Mubanda ...
Pigboy
David Mubanda ...
Alphonso
Michael Miller ...
Mackey Mac
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Nurse
Kayla Hammond ...
Florence Anderson
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Marbella Walsh
Mark Burgess ...
Jury Foreman
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Clerk
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Terrell LeGrier ...
Spider's Gangster
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May (uncredited)

Directed by

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Paul A. Kaufman

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Rachel Abramowitz ... (written by)

Produced by

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Craig Baumgarten ... executive producer
Suzanne L. Berger ... supervising producer
Harvey Kahn ... producer
Paul A. Kaufman ... executive producer
Adam Merims ... executive producer
John Morayniss ... executive producer

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Joseph Conlan

Cinematography by

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Adam Sliwinski

Film Editing by

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Lisa Binkley

Editorial Department

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Colin G. Cooper ... first assistant editor (as Colin Cooper)
Gary Shaw ... colorist

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Candice Elzinga
Dean E. Fronk
Donald Paul Pemrick

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Tink

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Keli Manson

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Ide Foyle

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Carmen Bonzelius

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Rhosael Ciandre ... assistant hair stylist
Debra Johnson ... key hair stylist (as Deb Johnson)
Erin Mackenzie ... makeup artist (as Erin Froese)
Tana Lynn Moldovanos ... key makeup artist
Sandra Montgomery ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Allen Lewis ... production manager
Eric Maran ... post-production supervisor (as Eric MacDonald)

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Mike Crain ... first assistant director
Chris Garbasauskas ... trainee assistant director
Catherine Kretz ... second assistant director

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Diana Conway ... assistant set decorator
Ken Davies ... property master
Francesca Gray ... prop assistant
Kris Sandberg ... on-set dresser
Andrew Smith ... dresser
Isaac Terpstra ... lead dresser
Ingrid Walther ... dresser

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Tim Archer ... re-recording mixer
Kevin B. Barron ... re-recording mixer (as Kevin Barron)
Matt Hovland ... adr mixer
Randy Kiss ... re-recording mixer / sound supervisor
Paul Novokshonoff ... boom operator

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Tony Lazarowich ... special effects coordinator

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Richard Mintak ... visual effects

Stunts

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Lloyd Adams ... stunt coordinator
Trevor Jones ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jon Bingham ... director of photography: second unit
Monty Black ... generator operator
Reid Cohoon ... dolly grip
Pat Cronin ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Miguel Gelinas ... key grip
Vlad Horodinca ... gaffer
Ariane Jonassen ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Tamara Jones ... steadicam operator: dailies
Darren Joseph ... digital imaging technician
Adriana Lademann ... second assistant camera
Peter Leung ... second assistant camera
Jill MacLauchlan ... b-camera operator
Brad Mear ... best boy
Tyler Jinx Moore ... grip
Glenn Pineau ... camera operator: a
Ronald Richard ... best boy electric

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Madison Chioles ... casting assistant
Kara Eide ... casting assistant
Martina Smyth ... casting associate
Natasha Tony ... extras casting

Location Management

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Vitomir Bogdanovic ... assistant location manager (as Mike Bogdanovic)
Trevor Brokop ... location scout
Jeff Mohs ... location scout
Cheryl Uphill ... location manager

Music Department

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Michael Aarvold ... music scoring mixer
Natasha Duprey ... music supervisor
Dan Gagnon ... music editor
Katy Horsley ... music coordinator

Transportation Department

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Dean Fitzpatrick ... transportation coordinator
Jim Papadogambros ... driver: cast
Mark Penner ... shuttle driver
Fraser Sutherland ... transportation captain

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Diane Berezay ... craft service / first aid
Jennifer Chung ... production coordinator
Laura Collini ... script supervisor
Ian Doig ... animal coordinator
Kathy Eyre Candiago ... assistant accountant (as Kathy Candiago)
Jason Fischer ... assistant production coordinator
Yale Kussin ... production coordinator
Mark MacDonald ... office production assistant
Amanda Mason ... assistant to executive
Svatia Sakarova ... production accountant
Laura May Taylor ... production assistant
Marnie Young ... business affairs
Paul Zonneveld ... post production accountant
Andrew Ferguson ... assistant to producers (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

One Angry Juror is the story of Chicago attorney Sarah Walsh, who is chosen to serve on the jury of a murder trial. Convinced that the defendant is innocent and that he is being framed for a murder he didn't commit, she manages to deadlock the jury panel and secure a mistrial.

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Also Known As
  • La colère de Sarah (France)
  • Furia unui jurat (Romania)
Runtime
  • 89 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs Original Posting: When Sarah sums up to the jury the courtroom clock reads 10.45 and when she receives a call to say the jury has came to a verdict the large clock shows 12.15 but Sarah says the jury has only been out for half an hour. Actually, the time that Sarah concluded her summation is not the end of the proceeding. The judge would have to give instructions to the jury, which could take some time. So, assuming it took an hour for the judge to charge the jury and then get them situated in the jury room, it is possible that the jury only deliberated for a half hour. The parties (the prosecution and the defense) would have still been present in the court room for the jury instructions, so Sarah would know when the jury would have been dismissed to deliberate and approximately what time deliberations would have started. See more »

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