Seven Angry Men

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Seven Angry Men
Directed by Charles Marquis Warren
Produced by Vincent M. Fennelly
Written by Daniel B. Ullman
Screenplay by Daniel B. Ullman
Starring Raymond Massey
Debra Paget
Jeffrey Hunter
Music by Carl Brandt
Cinematography Ellsworth Fredericks
Edited by Richard C. Meyer
Distributed by Allied Artists Pictures Corporation
Release date
  • March 27, 1955 (1955-03-27)
Running time
90 min.
Country United States
Language English

Seven Angry Men is a 1955 film about the abolitionist John Brown, played by Raymond Massey. The title refers to Brown and his six sons.

Plot summary[edit]

John Brown (Raymond Massey) is a controversial 19th-century abolitionist. After cutting a bloody swath through Kansas, Brown and his followers take refuge in a warehouse at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, where he meets his own personal Waterloo at the hands of federal troops.



The New York Times critic called it a "competent if hardly inspired Allied Artists presentation".[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ H. H. T. (April 2, 1955). "Screen: Misguided Saga; Seven Angry Men' Opens at Palace". The New York Times. 

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