Not available. Reports are that this 1954 vintage idea, with a stage version
around since 1964 is starting to creak a bit. The all-male jury and their
attitudes now feel anachronistic to an extent. Still, the directing is good (and
the design is applauded for using a revolve to keep the table moving) and there
is praise for the fluid direction.
The strongest praise is for the acting. Martin Shaw as the juror who swings
it for the luckless accused, Jeff Fahaey as his racist adversary, Robert Vaugn
as the older liberal mind and Martin Turner as the earnest immigrant all garner
admiration from one professional reviewer or another.
Simply, still a decent tale and well done. As a piece of historical
theatricality, it's a good one, seems to be the verdict.