On 20 September 1954, almost sixty years ago, the original version of 12 Angry Men (not starring Henry Fonda) was broadcast live on US television to an audience of millions, as part of the CBS-TV series Studio One. Believed lost for almost 50 years, a film of the transmission (a kinescope) was discovered in 2003. It is now loaded on YouTube for a new generation to enjoy. You can read a review on the newlawyerlanguage blog by clicking here.
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