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Review: "Twelve Angry Men"

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One of the surprise hits on Broadway last year was the revival of "Twelve Angry Men." It's a 1950s teleplay by Reginald Rose that was then turned into the classic film starring Henry Fonda.

Now, the courthouse drama has been recast with Richard Thomas and George Wendt and has just opened at the Colonial Theatre in Boston. Critic at large Ed Siegel offers his assessment of the production.

This program aired on November 10, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.

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