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Clarence Darrow defended 104 men who faced the death penalty. Not one was ever hanged. He defended the weak and the strong, but never the strong against the weak. The play touches on the most famous Darrow cases such as the Scopes trial, his defence of Leopold and Loeb, and the bombing of the Los Angeles Times.
Archive :: production:T01989712463, play:S243710971, venue:V402
Presented in the round.
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- 22 Jan 15
- E:The Old Vic, I:Thea Sharrock, S:Alan MacDonald, L:Guy Hoare, U:Gregory Clarke, M:Adrian Johnston, P:Kevin Spacey
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