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The Law

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A feature film specially made for television starring
Judd Hirsch with John Beck , Bonnie Franklin
Barbara Baxley , Sam Wanamaker
Murray Stone , dedicated Los Angeles public defender, has a tough assignment: the defence of a helpless but innocent hippie accused of involvement in a grotesque ritualistic murder. In his search for justice, Stone must use every legal means to make his case around and through other lawyers, judges-and the law itself.
This powerful drama takes a tough, hard look at the inner workings of the judicial system of a big American city.
Screenplay by JOEL OLIANSKY Producer WILLIAM SACKHEIM Director JOHN BADHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Judd Hirsch
Unknown: John Beck
Unknown: Bonnie Franklin
Unknown: Barbara Baxley
Unknown: Sam Wanamaker
Unknown: Murray Stone
Unknown: Joel Oliansky
Producer: William Sackheim
Director: John Badham
Murray Stone: Judd Hirsch
Gene Carey: John Beck
Bobbie Stone: Bonnie Franklin
Rebeccah Fornier: Barbara Baxley
Jules Benson: Sam Wanamaker
Leonard Caporni: Allan Arbus
Thomas Q Rachel: John Hillerman
William Bright: Gary Busey
Cliff Wilson: Michael Bell
Judge Arnold Lerner: Gerald Hiken
Maxwell Fall: Herb Jefferson Jr
Arthur Winchell: Frank Marth
Raymond Blaisch: Logan Ramsey
Hoak: Sandy Ward
Deputy D A Piper: George Wyner
Barry Hale: Ernie Anderson
Tommy Cicero: Reb Brown
Leese: Dennis Burkley

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