To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

Atticus's Closing Statement

In his closing statements for the defense, Atticus (Gregory Peck), tries to convince the jury to believe Tom Robinson (Brock Peters).

Directed by Robert Mulligan.

Released in 1962 by Universal.

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  • primary-genre: Classics
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  • mood: Inspiring
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  • setting: Courtroom
  • theme: Duty
  • theme: Priorities
  • theme: Honesty
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  • actor: Phillip Alford
  • actor: Gregory Peck
  • actor: Brock Peters
  • director: Robert Mulligan
  • producer: Alan J. Pakula
  • cinematographer: Russell Harlan
  • composer: Elmer Bernstein
  • editor: Aaron Stell
  • costume-designer: Rosemary Odell
  • role-name: Atticus Finch
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  • role-name: Tom Robinson
  • screenwriter: Harper Lee
  • screenwriter: Horton Foote
  • year: 1962
  • studio: Universal