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Series cast summary:
Richard Piper ...  Mick Thompson 13 episodes, 1983
Charles Shaughnessy ...  Julian Spears 13 episodes, 1983
David Simeon David Simeon ...  David Farrell 13 episodes, 1983
Angela Morant ...  Elizabeth Robbins 13 episodes, 1983
Steve Alder Steve Alder ...  Steve Jackson 13 episodes, 1983
Desmond McNamara Desmond McNamara ...  John Bannister 13 episodes, 1983
Debbie Farrington ...  Christine Cywinska 13 episodes, 1983
Corinne Skinner-Carter Corinne Skinner-Carter ...  Louise Barrett 13 episodes, 1983
Hugh Lloyd ...  Gerald Sadler 13 episodes, 1983
Sam Dastor ...  Prosecution Counsel 13 episodes, 1983
William Gaunt ...  Andrew Cooke 13 episodes, 1983
Bronwen Gray Bronwen Gray ...  Clerk of the Court 13 episodes, 1983
Hugh Ross ...  Defence Counsel 13 episodes, 1983
Margaret Whiting Margaret Whiting ...  Ann Coombs 13 episodes, 1983
Alan Judd Alan Judd ...  Judge 12 episodes, 1983
Grant Cathro ...  Donald Flemming 10 episodes, 1983
Ella Wilder Ella Wilder ...  Usher 9 episodes, 1983
Gabrielle Lloyd ...  Mary Matthews 7 episodes, 1983


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7 April 1983 (UK) See more »

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(13 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Charles Shaughnessy's TV debut. See more »

Alternate Versions

The initial broadcast of the final episode of "Jury" featured a "guilty" verdict for the accused, Donald Flemming. In the repeat broadcast, the verdict was shown as "innocent." See more »

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Law And Disorder
27 January 2006 | by ShadeGrenadeSee all my reviews

Not to be confused with Granada's 2002 series 'The Jury', this interesting drama series centred on the rape trial of a retarded man - Donald Fleming. The first twelve episodes focused on the everyday lives of the jurors, people drawn from all walks of life ( two were having a steamy affair - construction firm site manager Steve Jackson and academic Elisabeth Robbins - hence their episodes were combined. The affair did not last, much to Steve's bewilderment ), amongst them jack-the-lad builder Mick Thompson, single mother Mary Matthews, would-be athlete Christine Cywinska, and housewife Ann Coombs, the latter having been raped herself years before, a fact she struggles to conceal from the others.

The quality of the stories varied, a few veered off into soap opera, but any shortcomings were more than compensated for with the superb final episode. In true 'Twelve Angry Men' fashion, it had the jury gridlocked over the verdict. Powerful acting from Gabrielle Lloyd and William Gaunt. Critics grumbled, at least one described it as 'the longest rape trial in history', but it was riveting stuff for the most part. Theme music by Sonny Rollins.

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