Live Poll: Most Intense Trial Movie Scenes

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The intense scene doesn't need to happen in the courtroom itself, but it
has to be in a trial/courtroom movie. To avoid spoiling in some cases, there are hiding bars put on the contents. To keep it fair, they are put on all of the texts.

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls045046159/

https://www.imdb.com/poll/oPgKRPIptys/

What do you think is the most intense scene in a trial movie from them below? (Feel free to vote, even if you just know a few of them.)

You can put suggestions here.Remember the rule: No movie picked twice in this special poll series. To be sure not picking a scene of a movie that already had a scene used in this series, there is a list of already used titles to compare. Note - Search for the original title of your suggestion in the comparing list. No movies with a rating below 6/10. Comparing list:

https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/according-to-the-current-most-intense-scene-poll-series
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From your list I really liked the scene from "A Time to Kill". It was a phenomenal scene.


FYC:


AL Pacino in his speech in "Scent of Woman"


Cuba Gooding Jr. on his attempt to show the Navy's commission that he is available to be a diver in "Men of Honor"
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You're welcome. I'm here to help... and yeah the Frank Slade scene in "Scent of Woman" was a gem, from a person who admires a lot Al Pacino as an actor I really love the work he putts in every movie. From his voice, to his mannerims... A powerful scene from a great performance from an outstanding actor.

Just a little nuance. In the "Men of Honor" scene, boss Bill Sunday is now trying to help Carl after in the past he humiliated him and made his life in hell several times.
We can say that he had compassion for him.

I don't know if I misunderstood your text because my English is not that good but i had to say this in order to be well understood.

One more thing, I watched this day "Witness for the Prosecution " and it was a good movie and yes it had some good scenes. I especially enjoyed the twist at the end and one of my favorite intense scenes was when Leonard was called to testify and he started to look very nervous and confused, good move by the "snake." He fooled the audience. Great acting scene.
You opted for the twist and it was a great pick too. ;)

I have to say, you are continuing this topic better that I thought.
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Thank you, SeventhAr7. :)

Kyle's and your's idea gave my thoughts the necessary wings to fly.
When I said I have a head full of intense movie scenes, I was sure about it.
I head for about 14 polls all together in the first round, polls from interesting 
genres in movies. You may suggest genres and can also do further poll
suggestions, fitting with our special rules. Like anyone can do.

Now my new suggestion is about to grow. Meanwhile anybody can make a new
claim on this poll series. Following the rules. If nobody does: When this
one becomes a live poll, I will wait one day before suggesting a new one.
To give others the chance to claim the next suggestion before.

At the end I would make a poll with all the thirds and fourth
places to make a second chance with all the third and fourth places.
I think it's the best to then make the end-poll with all the first and second place
winners together with 7 of the top of the third and fourth place winners.

It's a little like in the soccer worldcup, just with movie scenes. ;)
What do you think about?
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I'm totally fine about that.
One thing I think it's better to relate the past and future parts.

I don't know if you are understanding what I am saying but I notice that you write always in the end the nr. of the serie.

My suggestion is to you related only the after and before poll series like I have done in my part II.
People will interlink to the next part as they vote.

Do I am explaining well?
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If not tell me and I will show you my thoughts.
It just a little nuance but I think it's aesthetically more beautiful
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It's a little special, because I don't know the webadress further polls would have. I just could write some text-wild-cards. I'll write it to the intro. Please tell me, what you think about.
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Change:

I change one point in the description to make it more open for good trial scenes in other movies:


The scene hasn't necessarliy to be a trial or courtroom movie, but has to be a dominant and key-scene for the story. Please considerate this for suggesting. Thank you. :) Thank you SeventhAr7 for opening my eyes for better options. I changed that in the text of the intro. Now it's more specific without hampering good suggestions.
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Breumaster what i'm trying to say is this. I will start with your first intense poll series.
The nr. 3 on this case.

Most Intense Movie Scenes - Part III

Specific intense movies scenes. Who doesn't know one? According to IMDb Poll Board Users there are scenes in some movies that are so intense with emotion or situation or a special twist, that you will never forget it again. Which of the intense scenes below is your pick?

(Feel free to vote, even if you saw just a few of these movies.)

This is the third part of an intense-movies-scenes-poll-series. This time only movies rated at last 7/10 and above and with completely different subjects.

Discuss here.

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[link=https://www.imdb.com/poll/GLVEom_N0DQ/]Live Poll: Part II[/link]

[link=https://www.imdb.com/poll/Ic8O1t3HBRk/]Live Poll: Part IV[/link]



I only aesthetically restructured the part after "Discuss here". I think it is better on this way. You can copy this in order to not gave you a lot of work i didn't change the text, don't be worry. If you agree on this then you need to re-push the poll it this arrangements.

The detail here is to hyperlink, only the previous poll and a the next poll. Not all of them.

I hope you don't mind.

One more thing, i put "✯" in the title of my poll. Feel free to use if you want.
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Got two signs from signtable of windows. It's contained in unicode:

« Most Intense Everything »

Idea?
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I would recommend you only a one sign in the end but if you like how it's looks then use it.

I think that your initial "B" have so many good characters
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E. G.

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ᙝᙞᙟᙩᙪᙫ or B

But feel free to use whatever you want ;) either related to your initial or not.
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I've just put it on the list. I wonder if that matches with the pollboard rules.
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According to Peter, it's not recommended to use special characters on the title in order to get better chances of your poll featured at home page.

Note: You have to give a double break between "Discuss here" to the hiperlink polls and one break between the hiperlink previous and next polls.
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Guys, have you done a poll on intense and disturbing scenes of people coming on scene of a massacre or mass murder? The reason why asked is that I just bought a dvd copy of The Comancheros with John Wayne and Stewart Whitman, and it contains a pretty disturbing scene of them coming upon a ranch that was raided by the Comanche and comancheros where two men were hanged by trying their feet spread apart onto a wooden rail and hung them upside down, plus an old woman sitting upright and dead in a chair and another woman on the ground and a little girl’s doll in a wash barrel (they think they will find the girl dead in the house). It made think of other movies that had similar scenes were the film’s main hero stumble on to a scene of a massacre.

- Mulan

- Duck, You Sucker

- Star Trek II The Wrath Of Kahn

And if you want to include a scene of mass death caused by a virus: “The Andromeda Strain” and “Serenity”.

I also thought of your polls. Did anyone of you two did one like this?
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The title is a little long, maybe there is a way to keep it shorter without losing the content?

'The Good, The Bad & The Ugly' can't be on any further poll of exact this poll series, because it was used in part one by Kyle.

I think it's better to make the polls on genres, because some good movies are done for further polls now. When I do a western poll in this series, there is one of the best scenes ever missing. This idea came up to my mind after the third poll coming to live. We should have had this idea earlier.

But I don't want to harm your creativity. I think your idea is also good. I like it. When it comes to these scenarios, maybe 'The Day After' or 'The Road' or 'Grave of the Fireflies' maybe a good pick. When you make a poll suggestion for it, we could suggest expamples for your consideration there.
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Oh btw that was supposed to read as “Dickens really did NOT like people messing around with it, plagiarizing it or pirating it. “
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Sorry, now I completley lost the line. What do you want to say exactly? Maybe my language skills can't reach out to understand.
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Sorry, now I completley lost the line. What do you want to say exactly? Maybe my language skills can't reach out to understand.
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Don’t worry about that. That is about another poll about “A Christmas Carol” that I want to do. I was trying to say that despite what many people may believe, Charles Dickens did not like people messing around with his story and trying to inject things and ideas into it that were not his own ideas.
I was correcting misleading typos.
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From your list, Judgement of Nuremberg.


For Your Consideration: Inherit the Wind (1960), (one of my all time favourite films) Henry Drummond calls Harrison Brady to the stand and questions him about The Bible.
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I second it because both the play and film are based on the real life Scopes trial. That scene actually did happen.
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I remember, it was a real great movie. I admire that, too. It's on the list. :) Good you remembered me. Thank you. :D
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CliffJ:

I tried to use the image, you suggested, but I'm not able to put it to the list.
When I do, it's invisible. Sorry, I had to take another image. I don't know
why this happens.
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Neither can I. It is openable but not into an image poll.
Also the picture has gone missing!
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How can this happen? It's here, but also not !
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Well - So I use the other one.
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I filed a post for the photo. Hopefully they will fix it.
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Thank you for suggesting, I've put JFK to the list.
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i REALLY like this poll suggestion.

I probably would vote for the Your out of order scene in..and justice for all or You can't handle the truth scene in A Few Good Men. I also like prosecutor's son testimony scene and Santa Claus post office mail bag in Miracle on 34th Street (1947).



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Believe it or not, legal experts seriously discuss this movie from a legal point of view! http://www.dbadocket.org/ethics/mirac...
And how Kris’s 5th amendment rights against self incrimination were violated by the prosecution who called Kris to the stand. Legally, it was the prosecutor’s job to legally prove there was no Santa Claus. Remember, in the USA, you are innocent until you are proven guilty. And if I remember the movie correctly, the failed mental test was not introduced as evidence in the court proceedings. http://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/lawbod...
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Hi, urbanemovies. :)

I'm sorry I didn't allready see this movie. Are these two or is your suggestion about one scene? If these are two scene's - which one would you prefer? Please tell me and give me a line for the description. Then I'll put it to the list as you wish. Until then I put the second image on the list, it looks more funny with the grumbling judge. ;) Thank you for suggesting. :)
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The scenes are from different days of the trial, the defendant who is being committed because he believes he is Santa Claus. The defense has to prove A) there is a Santa Claus and B) the defendant who is employed as the 34th Street Macy's Santa Claus is the "real" Santa Claus and not some loony. The intensity of these scenes is a bit more quirky than most of the others in your suggestions.

In a surprising move, the defense lawyer calls the prosecutor's son to the stand and uses comments his father (the prosecutor) made stating there was a Santa Claus and that his father never lies as proof the prosecution believes in Santa Claus. The prosecutor also took his son to visit the defendant at Macy's and told his son the defendant was Santa Claus as proof he was the real Santa Claus. All of this testimony is in direct contradiction to the case the State has already made stating the opposite.

The next day, the post office delivers thousands of letters addressed to Santa Claus to the defendant in court. The defense uses this as evidence that an official government agency believes in Santa Claus and that the defendant is him since it is illegal to deliver mail to another person than the addressee. The crafty work by the defense puts the judge in a real pickle as he is up for re-election and does not want to be the man who sent Santa Claus to jail, so the defendant is set free.

I prefer the prosecutor's son testimony because it undermines his whole case with his own words as he told his son the opposite of what he is claiming in court to institutionalize Kris Kringle. In both instances, the defense puts the prosecutor and judge into quite a quandary, their squirming behavior is intense and funny at the same time. It should be a well seen option as the movie has been remade several times.
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Such movies are for children to learn about the positive matters of justice.
Now I'm really curious. I guess I should finally watch this movie at Amazon stream.
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Watch Both.
They are equally good.
Miracle On 34th Street1994PG

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$2.99 - $14.99 $ 2 99-$ 14 99 Rent or Buy




Add to Watchlist

4.7 out of 5 stars 3,965
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Elizabeth Perkins, et al.


Directed by:
Les Mayfield


Runtime:
1 hr 54 mins




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[ spoiler]Prosecutor is befuddled and his whole case is undermined; when his own words are used against him during his son's testimony on his father's stated beliefs on Santa Claus.[/spoiler]

I think this statement would best fully describe this scene, in the context of the question, both for those who have and have not seen the movie.
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Thank you, I guess the old one will be the first I'll watch.
The old movies have their own magic.
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urbanemovies:
Thank you very much. I added your description to the image. Maybe I watched that movie when I was a kid. When you wrote it, I remembered that content slightly - but it must be more than 35 years ago, if I really watched it!
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Some films that have intense trails AND scenes of discovering mass death. ( I’m just too tired to do hyperlinks right now.)
- In Cold Blood https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061809/...
- Helter Skelter https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074621/... ( just viewing the trailer will give you a few good picks for which scene to choose.)
Some others
- The Verdict https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084855/... here he calls the judge a former bagman for the mob.
- My Cousin Vinny (Mona Lisa Vito‘s testimony — it is not intense but it is really a good scene where Vinny puts on the stand his girlfriend as an expert witness on cars eventhough she is studying to be a beautician. The smug prosecutor tries to discredit her through trick questions only to find out that she really does have an encyclopedic knowledge of automobiles.) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0104952/...
- The Paradine Case https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0039694/... One word: Hitchcock!
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A 57 Chevy BelAir never came with a 327 engine. That's a B.S. Question.
It comes with a Slant Six air cooled Diesel with extra H.D. muffler bearings!
I learned that in my Utes
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You can use “In Cold Blood” because they stopped the scene short before finding the bodies. But during the trial scene, Perry remembers the slaughter.
You can used Helter Skelter” because it was remade. I’m using the 1976 version.
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But was her testimony legal? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qFtB6yO...
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dgranger:

I'm about to put 'The Case Paradin' on the list. Maybe you want to suggest an image of the movie and the line, I would put to it?

And 'In Cold Blood' would be another option. I'd put it on the list. But I don't know the movie. So I need an image of the scene and a line for it, too. :D
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dgranger:

I'm about to put 'The Case Paradin' on the list. Maybe you want to suggest an image of the movie and the line, I would put to it?

And 'In Cold Blood' would be another option. I'd put it on the list. But I don't know the movie. So I need an image of the scene and a line for it, too. :D
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FYC- To Kill a Mockingbird
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I secound that one too!
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I'll put it on the list, but first I cure my flu. Please be patient. It's an excellent pick for sure. Thank you for suggesting.
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Done.
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Other suggestion would be a film that is considered one of the best courtroom movies of all time, The Verdict (1982). I saw it a long time ago and don't remember clearly, but I remember the final allegation by Frank Gavin, played by Paul Newman was quite important.

Also, Dax trying to save the life of the soldiers in Path of Glory (1957), taking sworn statements to Broulard but being dismissed.


M (1931) - The popular trial with the murderer claiming he is insane.


The Caine Mutiny (1954) - with Humphrey Bogart cross examination that ends with his meltdown


The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) - a popular trial turns into a lynching mob.


I only saw one scene but I'm sure Liar Liar has something worth to add in the comedy genre. The scene I saw had Jim Carrey desesperately trying to incapacitate himself as he realizes he can't lie, but admiting he is indeed able to continue to the judge.
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Hi, I've been checking the images from The Caine Mutiny, and the only one that is part of the martial court without a doubt is this one: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046816/mediaviewer/rm3581361664 However its a close up of Bogart's hands, no in very high quality, unattractive and hard to understand to one that has not seen the movie.

Therefore I would suggest this image instead https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046816/mediaviewer/rm4094180096 it shows Bogart under pressure (not sure if as part of the trial or at another moment in the film. But it reflects the character and at least implies the scene we are talking about.
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I can tell you exactly what the second photo is. It is the spot where he realizes he has revealed himself as a paranoid person. He was describing the great strawberries missing conspiracy. That photo is when he stops and realizes that it's over. He has been exposed as unfit for command.
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Oh and the first photo precedes the second by about 15-30 seconds.

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In that case it's perfect for the poll.It reminded me of that moment I just wasn't 100% sure, thanks for the clarification.
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I have probably seen this movie 20 times. More than The Rocky Horror Picture Show! LOL
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I think maybe your title in this thread, "Most Intense Trial Movie Scenes", sounds better than the current list title, "Most Intense Movie Scenes About Trials".
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I've changed it. Thank you for your help, Peter.
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Peter, I'm searching for a better title. Something containig law, justice - because this poll suggestion is not only about trials, it's more all around the law and morals, legals, etc. But I really don't know any better way to call it as I did. Maybe you have a better suggestion. If you have, please let me know. Maybe Trials is the one word that fits best, but maybe there is a better short phrase for that matter.

In Germany we have one word for it: Gerichtsfilm That would be wordly translated as court-of-law-movie.  I  thought that would be too long. And I don't know if the English and American people would accept that as a genre by calling it so.
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Other words that are sometimes used are Courtroom Movie or Legal Drama. I'm not sure what best fits your list.
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I guess I let it stay as it is.
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I've deleted 'Fracture', because I think, it doesn't really fit to the other movies. I's more of a thriller and no real trial. All options after #18 get one count lower.
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I mixed the #s a little bit to let the list look better.
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*bump*
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This is a GREAT poll! I hope it gets live. To Kill a Mockingbird will get my vote obviously.
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Thank you, very much! :D
List - views: 258, last week: 86!
I wonder why they didn't yet. ;)
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Maybe they are waiting for The Caine Mutiny to be added. There's already an image suggestion above.
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Thank you for remembering me. I've put it to the list. :D
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*bump*

Added Betty White.
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*bump*
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#15. The Reader.
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Typos:
To be sure avoiding to pick a scene of a movie that already had a scene used in this series, there is a list of already used titles to compare. 

#15: The crucial point, when Michael Berg realizes in the court of law, that Hanna Schmitz did all those bad things, because she always wanted to hide her illiteracy - while the other perpetrators did much worse deeds than her, but get free by sacrificing her.

#20: Roseanna Perry blaming district attorney Nancy Taylor to have driven her to commit perjury.

#24: He helps Carl to prove his suitability for the job at the trial.

#27: ...when his own words are used against him during his son's testimony on his father's stated beliefs on Santa Claus

#32: The cross examination of Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg that ends with his meltdown. 
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Breumaster,

Thank you for making the changes. As Jessica notes above, there is still a problem with #32.

Sorry I didn't catch this during my first review.

#4
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls045046159/mediaviewer/rm3408823296
From:
Hans Rolfe ranting at 'The Judgement at Nuremberg'.

To:
Hans Rolfe ranting at 'Judgment at Nuremberg'.

By the way, I frequently misspell judgment.

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#24
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls045046159/mediaviewer/rm2607847680
Bill Sunday tries to help Carl after humilating and making him feel like in hell several times in the past.

Bill Sunday tries to help Carl after humiliating and making him feel like in hell several times in the past.
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That gives me hope, Dan. ;) Thank you.
I changed the typos.

Thank you, Jessica. I'll remove the link-end.
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Done.
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Breumaster,

Thank you for making the changes.

By the way, typos are inevitable. I've written a few reports that still have glaring typos, even after it's gone through a thorough review. Sometimes, I've had typos introduced after a thorough review.
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Sometimes it happens when I take put a suggestion on the list by copy and paste in the description of the option. The 'copy and paste'-typo. Sometimes I rely on the correct spelling of other people, also Germans. But they're not always right. But mostly their my fault by using false grammars, double letters and keyboard-mistakes. I changed my keyboard, but the new one sometimes also swallows letters.

So at this P.S. I lost two l allways & allready. Now it should stay as
always
and already. ;D
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Thank you, Dan. It's nice to see it's live now.
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Congrats, Now i'm gonna link it to my part. :)
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Thank you, When your airplane-crash-poll-scene goes online, I'll link it ans ask for a re-push.