The Juror

There is no defense.

The Juror (1996)


With his gangster boss on trial for murder, a mob thug known as "the Teacher" tells Annie Laird she must talk her fellow jurors into a not-guilty verdict, implying that he'll kill her son Oliver if she fails. She manages to do this, but, when it becomes clear that the mobsters might want to silence her for good, she sends Oliver abroad and tries to gather evidence of the plot against her, setting up a final showdown.

Director: Brian Gibson
Writer: Ted Tally

The Juror Vodly
Vodly Score: 5.4/10 from 194 votes
Release Date: 1996-02-02
Status: Released
Run time: 118 min / 1:58
Budget: $44,000,000
Revenue: $22,754,725
Production Company : Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Demi Moore
as Annie Laird
Alec Baldwin
as Teacher
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
as Oliver Laird
Anne Heche
as Juliet
James Gandolfini
as Eddie
Lindsay Crouse
as Tallow
Tony Lo Bianco
as Louie Boffano
Michael Constantine
as Judge Weitzel
Matt Craven
as Boone
Todd Susman
as Bozeman
Michael Rispoli
as Joseph Boffano
Julie Halston
as Inez
Frank Adonis
as DeCicco
Matthew Cowles
as Rodney
Polly Adams
as Forewoman
Jack Gilpin
as Accountant
Chuck Cooper
as Stockbroker
Joe Perrino
as Thomas Riggio (as Joseph Perrino)
James McCauley
as Carew (as James Michael McCauley)
Randy Jurgensen
as Court Clerk
Gayle Scott
as Party Singer


Costume & Make-Up Colleen Atwood Costume Design
Sound James Newton Howard Original Music Composer
Production Irwin Winkler Producer
Editing Robert M. Reitano Editor
Camera Jamie Anderson Director of Photography
Directing Brian Gibson Director
Production Rob Cowan Producer
Production Patrick McCormick Executive Producer
Writing Ted Tally Screenplay
Writing George Dawes Green Novel

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