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For this assignment you will watch the movie “12 Angry Men” and answer the questions on Moodle.  Make sure to be specific and complete when answering the questions.

You can use either the updated version of the movie or the original.  The movie is available for you to watch at the Pitt CC library or you can rent it from a local video store.

In question 3, you are asked about barriers to critical thinking–please refer to  Personal Barriers to Critical Thinking that are listed on Moodle.  Please remember to fully develop your answers and identify specific logical fallacies in question #5.  Please only use logical fallacies that are listed in our text.

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Unit 9: 12 Angry Men

Watch “12 Angry Men” and complete the activity in the course pack.  This assignment will be due next week.

12 Angry Men table (1957)

  JURY ROOM, 12 ANGRY MEN (by   Reginald Rose)

The Original Movie (1957)  


  Juror 1. The Foreman

35, small, petty,

football coach

  Juror 12.

Advertising Man

30, doodler, snob

  Juror 2. Squeaky

38, bank clerk, meek. Juror 11. Immigrant

48, humble, suffered injustice

                 Juror 3. Angry Man

40, highly prejudice

(Lee Cobb) Juror 10. Bigot

46, comes to quick decisions (Ed   Bagley)

  Juror 4. Retired Man

50, stockbroker, rational

(E.C. Marshall) Juror 9. Old Man

70, mild, gentle, has all his   faculties

  Juror 5. Mechanic

25, Baltimore, grew up in slum   (Jack Klugman) Juror 8. Our Hero

42, architect, charismatic, dark   and moody, used to power (Henry Fonda)

  Juror 6. Everyman

33, decent, housepainter, not used   to making decisions

  Juror 7. Mr. Baseball

42, loud, flashy, short tempered;   wants to go to Yankees game (Jack Ward)  


“12 Angry Men” questions



Instructions: Watch the movie “12 Angry Men”.

Answer the following questions completely and turn them into me.

1. Which character is the most effective critical thinker? Which characteristics of a critical thinker does this person exemplify? Explain your answer in 2-3 paragraphs and support yourself with specific examples from the movie.

2. Which character is the least effective critical thinker? Explain your answer in 2-3 paragraphs and support yourself with specific examples from the movie.

3. What barriers to critical thinking prevent any other 3 jurors from thinking critically? (Do not choose the juror you discussed in question #2.) In 1 paragraph per juror, tell the obstacle(s) and how it prevents each one from thinking critically. Use examples from the film for each juror to support yourself.

4. At what point do any 3 of the jurors become critical thinkers Do not choose the juror you discussed in question 1. Specifically, what happens to make each one think critically? Explain in 1 paragraph per juror.

5. Identify four examples of  logical fallacies  in the jurors’ thinking processes. Give the juror, the fallacy that the juror uses, and the context for each example.


12 Angry Men (1997)


Updated Movie Version (1997)  


  Juror 1. The Foreman

football coach

  Juror 12.

Advertising Man


Juror 2. Older African American

Juror 11. Immigrant

                 Juror 3. Angry Man

 (George C. Scott)

Juror 10. Young African American

  Juror 4. Retired Man


Juror 9. Old Man

  Juror 5. Mechanic

grew up in slum Juror 8. Architect

(Jack Lemmon)

  Juror 6. Decent Man


  Juror 7. Mr. Baseball

 (Tony Danza)  



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