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The Critic and Twelve Angry Men

UK, 1959 (MIFF 1960, Dance, Theatre and Film)

Director: Hazel Wilkinson

This is the fourth film in "The Critic and the Film" scries. Here Arnot Robertson discusses the film from the writer's viewpoint.

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