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Manna from Heaven 

Johnnie Cochran and F. Lee Bailey go across the country to acquire the Mark Fuhrman tapes.


Anthony Hemingway


Jeffrey Toobin (based on the book "The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson" by), Scott Alexander (developed for television by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sterling K. Brown ... Christopher Darden
Kenneth Choi ... Judge Lance Ito
Christian Clemenson ... Bill Hodgman (credit only)
Cuba Gooding Jr. ... O.J. Simpson
Bruce Greenwood ... Gil Garcetti
Nathan Lane ... F. Lee Bailey
Sarah Paulson ... Marcia Clark
David Schwimmer ... Robert Kardashian
John Travolta ... Robert Shapiro
Courtney B. Vance ... Johnnie Cochran
Chris Conner ... Jeffrey Toobin
Dale Godboldo ... Carl E. Douglas
Jessica Blair Herman ... Kim Goldman
Larry King ... Larry King
Cheryl Ladd ... Linell Shapiro


Johnnie Cochran and F. Lee Bailey go across the country to acquire the Mark Fuhrman tapes.

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Biography | Crime | Drama


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Release Date:

29 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Opening title credits ("Directed by") have the Wilshire Grand Center building under construction in it, which dates the shot 2015/2016. See more »


F. Lee Bailey: [with Cochran in North Carolina, trying to get an appellate court to release the Fuhrman tapes] Mr. Cochran, take a good look at where you're standing. We're in the South. Haven't you noticed the smell of mint julep and condescension in the air? Right behind you, there's a statue of a Confederate soldier with a rifle. With all due respect, I don't know if you play as well in Dixie.
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References Larry King Live (1985) See more »


American Crime Story End Credits Theme
Written by Mac Quayle
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Flippin' Fuhrman, man . . .
5 April 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

No more attention on the jury this week; in fact, I'm pretty sure they're completely absent. No, this is a war fought entirely between prosecution and defense. Tensions come to a head between all parties: Darden and Clark, amongst the Dream Team, inside Garcetti's office, and especially - especially - between Darden and Cochran; that face-off has been brewing for ages.

This is a story that's completely unpredictable. The defense is (once again) able to distract focus from the defendant and onto Mark Fuhrman, a man who's unequivocally screwed the prosecution's case and even makes Ito a pivotal character (now there's a plot twist).

For me, this is the show at its best. The performances are great all around, the story's as absorbing as it gets, and the stakes are sky-high. It is a powder keg. I don't think I was ever as interested in the actual trial (or news coverage) as I am about this show.

And here's the kicker: once Fuhrman actually takes the stand, the scumbag delivers the episode's biggest bombshell, and never even utters an epithet. Geez, what an ending.


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