First Monday in October (1981)

A Snapshot of Our Convictions

Justice Dan Snow (Walter Matthau) and Justice Harold Webb (Wiley Harker) get in an argument concerning their convictions.

Directed by Ronald Neame.

Released in 1981 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Judge
  • character-type: Photographer
  • action: Argue
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Romance
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Political Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Political Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Romance
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Comedies
  • mood: Brainy
  • mood: Exciting
  • mood: Emotional
  • prop: Robe
  • prop: Camera
  • theme: Morality
  • theme: Frustration
  • theme: Justice
  • theme: Ethics
  • actor: Richard McMurray
  • actor: Barnard Hughes
  • actor: Walter Matthau
  • actor: Herb Vigran
  • actor: Charles Lampkin
  • actor: Richard Balin
  • actor: Jill Clayburgh
  • actor: Wiley Harker
  • actor: F.J. O'Neil
  • actor: Lew Palter
  • director: Ronald Neame
  • producer: Charles Matthau
  • producer: Paul M. Heller
  • producer: Martha Scott
  • cinematographer: Fred J. Koenekamp
  • editor: Peter E. Berger
  • production-designer: Philip M. Jefferies
  • role-name: Photographer
  • role-name: Dan Snow
  • role-name: Justice Ambrose Quincy
  • role-name: Justice Waldo Thompson
  • role-name: Justice Benjamin Halperin
  • role-name: Justice Richard Carey
  • role-name: Justice Josiah Clewes
  • role-name: Chief Justice Crawford
  • role-name: Justice Harold Webb
  • role-name: Ruth Loomis
  • screenwriter: Jerome Lawrence
  • year: 1981
  • studio: Paramount