The People vs. Paul Crump
|The People vs. Paul Crump|
|Directed by||William Friedkin|
|Produced by||Sterling "Red" Quinlan|
|Music by||Marty Rubenstein|
|Edited by||Glenn McGowean|
The film was made for Chicago television and was highly praised and crucial to the career of its director William Friedkin, helping him get an agent and jobs making documentaries for David Wolper, and then an episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. The film won the Golden Gate Award Winner for Film as Communication at the 1962 San Francisco International Film Festival.
Friedkin says when he made the film he was convinced Crump was innocent but now feels he was guilty.
- 1962 San Francisco International Film Festival accessed March 11, 2014
- Friedkin p 39
- David Weiner, "The Forgotten Case of Paul Crump", Chicago Tribune, June 20, 2010 accessed 18 January 2014
- Friedkin p 31 - 53, 57-60
- Friedkin p 57
- "The People vs. Paul Crump". Facets.
Friedkin, William, The Friedkin Connection, Harper Collins 2013
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