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Premiere: The Sound of Anger


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Written by Dick Nelson
starring Burl Ives, Guy Stockwell, James Farentino and Dorothy Provine

Two brothers, sons of a famous lawyer father and following in his footsteps, take on a murder case and find themselves at odds not only with their client but also with the co-defendant's highly unorthodox counsel.
This week's story in the season of new television films made in America and never before seen in this country, The Sound of Anger was conceived, written, and produced by one of American television's foremost producers, Roy Huggins. He produced Maverick (which won his an Emmy), he created The Fugitive, and was executive producer of Run for Your Life.



Writer: Dick Nelson
Producer: Roy Huggins
Director: Michael Ritchie
Waiter Nichols: Burl Ives
Brian Darrell: Guy Stockwell
Neil Darrell: James Farentino
Marge Carruthers: Dorothy Provine
Gerald Thompson: Charles Aidman
Judge Prentiss: Jay C. Flippen
Barbara Keeley: Lynda Day
Barry Kochek: David Macklin
Ann Kochek: Collin Wilcox
Andrew Pearce: Dana Elcar

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