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MITC VC 1086
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TITLE: A time to kill : [videorecording] / Warner Bros present in association with Regency Enterprises, an Arnon Milchan production; directed by Joel Schumacher; written by Akiva Goldsman; producers, John Grisham, Hunt Lowry, Arnon Milchan, Michael Nathanson; associate producer, William M. Elvin.
PUBLISHED: Warner Bros ; 1996.
DESCRIPTION: 1 video cassette (150 min.) : sd., col. , 1/2 in.
NOTES: Based on the novel by John Grisham.
NOTES: Cinematography by Peter Menzies, Jr.; music by Elliot Goldenthal; production design by Larry Fulton; costume design by Ingrid Ferrin; film editing by William Steinkamp; art direction, Richard Toyon; set design, Keith P. Cunningham, Maya Shimoguchi; set decoration, Dorree Cooper; sound, Peter Hliddal; assistant director, William M. Elvin; casting, Mali Finn.
NOTES: Sandra Bullock (Ellen Roark); Samuel L. Jackson (Carl Lee Hailey); Matthew McConaughey (Jake Brigance); Kevin Spacey (Rufus Buckley); Brenda Fricker (Ethel Twitty); Oliver Platt (Harry Rex Vonner); Charles S. Dutton (Sheriff Ozzie Walls); Ashley Judd (Carla Brigance); Patrick McGoohan (Judge Omar Noose); Donald Sutherland (Lucien Wilbanks); Kiefer Sutherland (Freddie Cobb); John Diehl (Tim Nunley); Doug Hutchison (Pete Willard); Nicky Katt (Billy Ray Cobb); Joe Seneca (Rev. Isaiah Street); Chris Cooper (Deputy Looney); Beth Grant (Cora Cobb); Anthony Heald (Dr. Rodeheaver); Jonathan Hadary (Norman Reinfield); Byron Jennings (Brent Musgrove); Tonea Stewart (Gwen Hailey); Rae'ven Larrymore Kelly (Tonya Hailey); Kurtwood Smith (Stump Sisson); M. Emmet Walsh (Willard Tyrell Bass); Darrin Mitchell (Skip); Laconte McGrew (Slim); Devin Lloyd (Willy); Tim Parati (Winston); Mark W. Johnson (Hastings); Thomas Merdis (Reverend Ollie Agee); Alexandra Kyle (Hannah); Terry Loughlin (Sisco); Andy Stahl (juror).
NOTES: A white lawyer and a woman law student defend a black man in a Canton, Mississippi court for having killed two white men who raped his 10-year-old daughter.
SUBJECT: Trials (Murder) --Mississippi--Canton--Drama.
SUBJECT: Rape--Drama
SUBJECT: Discrimination in criminal justice administration--Mississippi--Canton--Drama
SUBJECT: African Americans--Mississippi--Canton--Civil rights--Drama
ADDED ENTRY: Schumacher, Joel, 1939-

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