Wed, 9 March 2016
In 1962, Universal Pictures released the film version of Harper Lee's wildly successful bestseller, now American Classic tale of two children living in the heart of Jim Crow south and their father who faces adversity in defending an innocent African American on trial for rape. The film would go on to be a classic in its own right, but does it belong in that pantheon? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster take a seat in the balcony to find out.
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