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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956) review

The film’s premise is simple and yet effective with how it’s carried out; to prove that circumstantial evidence isn’t good enough for capital punishment. Tom Garrett, a novelist, gets talked into a hoax by his father-in-law Austin Spencer, a newspaper publisher. 343 more words

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You Cannot Change What You Have Done But You Can Change What You Do Next

You Cannot Change What You Have Done But You Can Change What You Do Next.

Ms. Slater, it is important that you come forward and tell the truth. 246 more words

Film Noir Friday: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956)

Fritz Lang’s last American motion picture is the 1956 film noir Beyond a Reasonable Doubt. Written by Douglas Morrow, this film has a shoestring budget but nevertheless boasts big names like Dana Andrews and Joan Fontaine. 631 more words

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CON*

Con: v. to cleverly and fraudulently persuade but impossible to prove beyond a reasonable doubt before a judge and/or in court unless there is actual (audio and/or visual) evidence of the crime and/or evidence from many reputable witnesses… 246 more words

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THE TRUTH ABOUT PROVE+

Prove: v. to convince that a subset(s) exists and/or has existed and/or will exist beyond a reasonable doubt

Science proves theories about physical reality with repeatable scientific lab experiments and mathematics. 312 more words

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Review: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt is a classic film noir from 1956 starring Dana Andrews and Joan Fontaine.  The real story here is this is the last American movie from noir great, Fritz Lang.   346 more words

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