Benefit of the Doubt (1967 film)

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Benefit of the Doubt
Directed by Peter Whitehead
Starring Peter Brook
Michael Kustow
Michael Williams
Glenda Jackson
Release dates
Running time
60 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Benefit of the Doubt is a 1967 documentary on Peter Brook's anti-Vietnam protest play, with the Royal Shakespeare Company, known under the title US. It was filmed at London's Aldwych Theatre and features Peter Brook, Michael Kustow, Michael Williams and Glenda Jackson. It was directed by Peter Whitehead.

Peter Brook also adapted US as a film, Tell Me Lies, and this was released in 1968.[1]


  1. ^ "Benefit of the Doubt (1967)". BFI. Retrieved 23 July 2015. 

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