Clarence Seward Darrow (April 18, 1857 – March 13, 1938) was an American lawyer and leading member of the American Civil Liberties Union, best known for defending teenage thrill killers Leopold and Loeb in their trial for murdering 14-year-old Robert Bobby Franks (1924) and defending John T.
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A thousand men will march to the mouth of the cannon, where one man will dare espouse an unpopular cause. - Clarence Darrow
"You can only protect your liberties in this world by protecting the other man's freedom." --Clarence Darrow
Depressions may bring people closer to the church but so do fune...
I am a friend of the working man, and I would rather be his friend, than be one. - Clarence S. Darrow.
John Roberts, Earl Warren, Charles Evan Hughes, Clarence Darrow. But that's more of a legal theory party.
"The innocent need a lawyer.. the guilty will lie for themselves." - Clarence Darrow
Scarlet Johansson: "If you had skywriters put LEAVE TEXAS over Dallas, they'd prosecute. Ted Cruz would be Clarence Darrow."
Clarence Darrow - My advice to you is to get married. If you find a good wife you'll be happy; if not you'll become a philosopher.
"Skepticism and doubt lead to study and investigation, and investigation is the beginning of wisdom." —Clarence Darrow
Clarence Darrow was described this way, no one ever stands as tall as when they stand alone, for what's right.
Hegel, I think, would say the basis of law is "the cop". Dillon beats Clarence Darrow every day of the week.
I'm no Clarence Darrow but the Newly-Formed: "Department to Watch Over All My Gobs of Money" seems a little iffy!
I legit just read the whole Clarence Darrow's speech for Leopold & Loeb trial on Wikipedia because of Kang Haneul. How did I even...
"True patriotism hates injustice in its own land more than anywhere else.". Clarence Darrow.
I do not pretend to know where many ignorant men are sure. - Clarence Darrow
The law does not pretend to punish everything that is dishonest. That would seriously interfere with business. --- Clar…
The only real lawyers are trial lawyers, and trial lawyers try cas...
History repeats itself. That's one of the things wrong with history. - Clarence Darrow
"I do not consider it an insult, but rather a compliment to be called an agnostic. I do not pretend to know where..." Clarence Darrow
"I have never killed anyone, but I have read some obituary notices with great satisfaction.". - Clarence Darrow (1857-1938)
As long as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no m...
There are no faster or firmer friendships that those formed between people who love the same books.~Irving Stone,Clarence Darrow 4 the Dfnse
Hoping is wearing a waistcoat tonight on GC. Love it when he assumes the mien of Clarence Darrow arguing the Scopes Trial.
Clarence Darrow, America's best-known trial lawyer, was also one of American history's most ski
Past school memories:. Monkey trial;" what if only Darwin was taught in the schools.". Clarence Darrow. . Our schools are gov testing grounds
Preet Bharara is a big Bruce Springstein fan who struggled with chemistry (JD>MD) and longed to be Clarence Darrow.
Laws should be like clothes. They should be made to fit the people they ser...
Gary Weiss: “A master of his craft but nobody would ever confuse him with Clarence Darrow”
Hmm...It seems Hulk Hogan is smarter than Clarence Darrow Cruz...he managed to sue!!
Clarence Darrow: attorney for the damned
No other offense has ever been visited with such severe penalties as seekin...
The first half of our lives are ruined by our parents and the second half by our children. Clarence Darrow
"There's no such thing as in or out of court" Clarence Darrow
Just think of the tragedy of teaching children not to doubt. —Clarence Darrow. vs
The world is made up for the most part of morons and natural tyrants, sure ...
The trouble with law is lawyers. Clarence Darrow
If you lose the power to laugh, you lose the power to think - Clarence Darrow
If the Press, those assassins of our liberties, where trashing Trump...in praise of Ghandi, or Clarence Darrow, or... But when it's all just
In spite of all the yearnings of men, no one can produce a single fact or reason to support the belief in God . Clarence Darrow
As Clarence Darrow said "There is not a scrap of evidence for the existence of the soul."
If a man is happy in America, it is considered he is doing something wrong.
I am hip . I doubt an atty ,of Miz Rosenbergs caliber, aka , The KS Clarence Darrow, is looking at Used cars.
Life is a serious burden, which no thinking, humane person wouldwantonly inflict on someone else.-- Clarence Darrow
True patriotism hates injustice in its own land! Clarence Darrow quoted by Jim Harrington, founder Tx Civil...
When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President; . I'm beginning to believe it. . ~Clarence Darrow~
When you realize Clarence Darrow baked William Jennings Bryant so hard he gave him a heart attack 😂😂 dude actually killed a man with a roast
Fawz Mirza added to this event, reading the words of Clarence Darrow to prisoners at the Cook County Jail in 1902.
Clarence Darrow for the Defense by Irving Stone (hardcover 1943)
🕴 I am examining you on your fool ideas that no intelligent Christian. on earth believes. -- Clarence Darrow, to William Jennings Bryan
“I don't like spinach, and I'm glad I don't, because if I liked it I'd eat it, and I just hate it.” - Clarence Darrow
Look what is wisdom as per Clarence Seward Darrow.
I have never killed a man but there are some obituaries that I have read with pleasure. - Clarence Darrow
I do not pretend to know where many men are sure. that is all that means ... Clarence Darrow
Attorney for the Damned: Clarence Darrow in the Courtroom, Darrow, Clarence, Goo
You could be the Clarence Darrow of our day.
“I have always felt that doubt was the beginning of wisdom, and the fear of God was the end of wisdom.” . ― Clarence Darrow
Episode 10 of confirms is the anti Clarence Darrow
I don`t believe in God because I don`t believe in Mother Goose. By Clarence Darrow
Was that a clip from the Scopes monkey trial just then That guy looks and sounds like Clarence Darrow.
1923-Clarence Darrow; "What if only Darwin was taught in the schools? While defending John Scopes and the theory of evolution(Monkey Trial
"Laws should be like clothes. They should fit the people they are designed to serve." -- Clarence Darrow
😂😂😂😂 Ask her who her atty is. She said "Clarence Darrow" LMAO
My one regret is not knowing Kevin Spacey well enough when I went to see Clarence Darrow at the Old Vic last year
"Some of you say religion makes people happy. So does laughing gas. So does whiskey. I believe in the brain of man.”. ― Clarence Darrow
Justice has nothing to do with what goes on in a courtroom; Justice is what comes out of a courtroom Clarence Darrow.
Sweet picture. Idea for you + Fallon: you both could recite a cool play... Hamlet, Clarence Darrow, or Richard 3... ;-))
That photo is from the movie "Inherit the Wind" starring Spencer Tracy as the late, great Clarence Darrow.
Movie Quote of the Day: With the Clarence Darrow of Delta House
4/18 Clarence Darrow (Scopes Trial) born. & still we fight science haters. If Dinosaurs are a lie then must be dragon bones we keep finding.
Born in 1857 today = Clarence Darrow, famous U.S. attorney for ACLU & Scopes Trial. Cheers.
Clarence Darrow was born in 1857. In 1925, Darrow defended John Scopes in the "monkey trial".
I went to the Old Vic at 5am and queued for 5 hours to get tickets to see Kevin Spacey tonight in Clarence Darrow
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"Mercy is the highest attribute of man" Clarence Darrow and absolutely incredible performance last night.
Clarence Darrow nervous anticipation all time hero.
Anybody want 2x tickets to see Clarence Darrow at The Old Vic today, with his greatness So gutted but I can't go :(
really was just something else as Clarence Darrow at tonight. Beautiful, I noticed the typewriter 😏
Kevin Spacey portraying Clarence Darrow in the film Darrow - part 1
Just back from the after watching the incredible in Clarence Darrow. A true master of his craft...
For example, Clarence Darrow was more of a Populist than WJ Bryan, but we use the Scopes Trial to characterize Populism as anti-science.
u were amazing in Clarence Darrow!!! Also, well done in keeping in character when that woman went on her phone
SPACEY IN OUR FACEY!!! Magic performance by Kevin 🌟 as Clarence Darrow at the Old Vic 🙌❤️…
Wine to see Clarence Darrow with Mr Mango and their friend & Kevin had an out of character drama.
Wow...Kevin Spacey in Clarence Darrow. Real tour de force. What a grata way to take his leave of Old Vic. Brilliant.
What a day! Sweeney Todd plus Clarence Darrow - both for the second time! London theatre at its very best.
With the man after his amazing performance as Clarence Darrow Simply amazing...
Some *** had his phone on during Clarence Darrow and Kevin Spacey told him off mid-play! (Posting this update in the interval!)
excited for at with for Clarence Darrow tonight!
They're calling him Clarence Darrow but he sure looks like Frank Underwood to me
On my way to see Kevin Spacey live in Clarence Darrow - so excited.
Very excited to be seeing as Clarence Darrow tonight w/
On my way to see in Clarence Darrow at the
If you ever thought you loved 's work (and I do) rethink...see him in Clarence Darrow. Will blow your socks off!
There is no such thing as justice - in or out of court. Clarence Darrow
Lovely walk round the South Bank. Now for some food before going to the Old Vic to see Kevin Spacey in the play "Clarence Darrow"
It's things like being able to see incredible performance in Clarence Darrow that make you realize how lucky you are!
Last night I saw Kevin Spacey play the brilliantly furious lawyer Clarence Darrow. It's definitely one to catch!
Can't stop thinking about how amazing was in Clarence Darrow last night!!
DID YOU KNOW...that March 23rd is MONKEY DAY? Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan An evolution law,...
OTD 1925 the Butler Act. Led to the Scopes "Monkey" Trial. Clarence Darrow v William Jennings Bryan .
""Lost causes are the only ones worth fighting for" - Clarence Darrow, who died today in 1938
So much Spacey: House of Cards weekend followed by Clarence Darrow last night at with
I'm watching the movie "Inherit the Wind." It uses fictitious, names, in the film, but it is about the 1925 "Scopes monkey trial" with debates between Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan taken largely from the court transcripts. This trial took place 90 years ago! I'm watching this and thinking Geez, we spent ~ 75 of the past years moving forward and the other 15, moving right back! It is truly astonishing!!! It will be on TV again on Thursday.
.returns to as Clarence Darrow in his final season as AD
Funny! I'm pretty sure I've read these a long time ago but they are funny..: These glorious and classy insults are from an era before the English language became boiled down to 4-letter words: A member of Parliament to Disraeli: "Sir, you will either die on the gallows or of some unspeakable disease." "That depends, Sir," said Disraeli, "whether I embrace your policies or your mistress." --- "He had delusions of adequacy." Walter Kerr "He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire." Winston Churchill I have never killed a man, but I have read many obituaries with great pleasure." Clarence Darrow. "He has never been known to use a word that might send a reader to the dictionary." William Faulkner (about Ernest Hemingway). "Thank you for sending me a copy of your book; I'll waste no time reading it." Moses Hadas. "I didn't attend the funeral, but I sent a nice letter saying I approved of it." Mark Twain. "He has no enemies, but is intensely disliked by his friends. ...
"Ignorance and fanaticism is ever busy and needs feeding. Always it is feeding and gloating for more. " Clarence Darrow
Ugh. Reading this analysis of Goodell's testimony in Rice case by Roger makes Dubya look like Clarence Darrow
Clarence Darrow must have been a beast
Check out this great item: FEB 27 & 28, 1913 NEWSPAPER PAGE CLARENCE DARROW BRIBERY TRIAL- 2PGS
"History repeats itself, and that's one of the things that's wrong with history." Clarence Darrow
Chase after truth like *** and you'll free yourself, even though you never touch its coat-tails. - Clarence Darrow
"Wilson, do you know anything about plea bargains?". *audience chuckles*. "Well, Tim, as the great Clarence Darrow said..."
Sit in the front row of LA Cty Court House 8/15/1912 as Clarence Darrow gives his most memorable closing argument
A Times "Analysis" Of Expert Opinon Versus The Great Unwashed Richard Perez-Pena of the Times is given space to explore the public mistrust of experts. As is so often the case with the Times, I am left marveling at the mental acuity of liberals. Alarmed by Ebola, Public Isn’t Calmed by ‘Experts Say’ When public health leaders and government officials make the case against isolating more people returning from the Ebola hot zones in West Africa, or against imposing more travel restrictions from that region, time and again they cite science and experts. It isn’t working very well. So far, so good. However... Polls show the overwhelming majority of Americans favor quarantine in cases like that of Kaci Hickox, the nurse who was held against her will in a Newark hospital on the orders of one governor and has fended off the efforts of another governor to sharply restrict her movements. Some prominent conservative commentators dismiss the assurances of scientists, Obama administration officials and the ne ...
"Wherever men have looked upward and onward, worked for the poor and the weak, they have been sacrificed." -Clarence Darrow
Facts are stubborn things, but statistics are more pliable. (Darrow, Clarence)
"It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. ~ Cl…
Different strokes for different folks. -- Clarence Darrow (1857-1938)
That was a sample of the banter between creationist William Jennings Bryan and defender Clarence Darrow during the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial
From what law school did Clarence Darrow graduate?...
Clarence Darrow Quotes: I have suffered from being misunderstood, but I would have suffered a *** of a...
Solution is simple, but as Clarence Darrow said, "people want it complex, so they can be fooled.".
Kevin Spacey tells off audience member after phone rings during play.
The pursuit of truth shall set you free -- even if you never catch up with it. - Clarence Darrow.
May I say how much son & I enjoyed your Clarence Darrow at Vic. Son studying Performing Arts. Your performance was mindblowing.
: Clarence Darrow: Attorney for the Damned. Clarence Darrow: Attorney for the DamnedJohn...
"The most human thing we do is comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable."-Clarence Darrow
90 yrs ago Leopold & Loeb meet the famed lawyer Clarence Darrow who saved them from hanging ! Thrill Me
They had it set in the round for Kevin Spacey's Clarence Darrow.
"There is no justice, in court or out." - Clarence Darrow. There are five court jesters who need to be removed...
Clarence Darrow: Someday I hope to write a book where the royalties will pay for the copies I give away. |
25 years ago today I had the honor of channeling Clarence Darrow, the Attorney for the Damned at the Canadian...
A response to the Hobby Lobby decision was written in 1925—in Tennessee! via Clarence Darr…
Now that is an incisive and compelling argument. Clearly his skills at debate rival that of Clarence Darrow himself.
Patriotic leadership - "true patriots dislike injustice in their homeland more than anywhere else." Clarence Darrow
Calvin Coolidge was the greatest man who ever came out of Plymouth Corner, Vermont., by Clarence Darrow
King Kevin rules supreme: Spacey is magnificent in one-man show Clarence Darrow, writes QUENTIN LETTS | Mail Online :
Andrew Scott arrives at the Baltic Bar and Restaurant ahead of The Old Vic's Clarence Darrow Final Night Gala.
"Freedoms come from human beings, rather than from laws and institutions." -Clarence Darrow. Absolutely.
Thanks to all who came out for Clarence Darrow at The Old Vic! What a blast it was to do. Now back to Washington for... well, you know.
Clarence Darrow at the Old Vic last night was wonderful! was outstanding!!
We went to see 'Ghost stories' yesterday and enjoyed it.After the play finished i wanted to get a photo of The Old Vic with the Clarence Darrow posters etc still up with it being the final night..I suddenly saw Andrew Scott crossing the road with a woman on his arm and a programme in his hand..what a wonderful suprise..then we walked passed the stage door where a small crowd had gathered and Kevin Spacey waved from a window upstairs..i waved back,he was with Jeremy Irons.I also saw the actor who plays Mr Selfridge getting into a car after seeing the play...you couldn't make it up,i only went to get a photo of the theatre :) We had also visited The Museum of Comedy earlier and got to see the funny long shoes worn by Little Tich,Max Millers suit...and Tommy Coopers funny 'womens legs' table [We had only stumbled on this museum by chance during a visit a few weeks ago to see The Pajama game]
Kevin McGee Falling into the category of one of the craziest things that I have ever done; this one probably takes the cake! As some of you know, I will be performing David Rintel’s “Clarence Darrow” at Homecoming this September at Lyndon State College. In March, while doing research on the internet, I discovered that Kevin Spacey was going to be doing the show in London, May 28th-June 15th at The Old Vic Theatre where he is concluding his tenure as the Artistic Director. He had previously played Darrow both in the film “Clarence Darrow” and on stage in, “Inherit the Wind". I wrote to him at The Old Vic, introducing myself and explaining my fondness for Darrow and that I would be performing the Rintel’s play in September as a benefit for the Portner Prize. I expressed that I would love to see him perform Clarence Darrow in London as well as to have an opportunity to meet him and discuss the show and his approach to the character. I did say that the likelihood of that happening fell into the ...
During Kevin Spacey's opening night performance in the one-man-show Clarence Darrow at the Old Vic Theater in London, the inexcusable happened. Someone's cell phone went off, in the middle of an important and pivotal speech. Staying in character as the...
Good for Kevin Spacey who stopped his one-man show, "Clarence Darrow" in London to berate a patron with a ringing cellphone. "If you don't answer that I will" was his comment. When will people stop being stupid?
After an overnight visit in Stratford-on-Avon and a trip through the Cotswolds and dinner in Oxford, we will spend part of the day today in Kent and see the cliffs of Dover. Tomorrow: The Old Vic and Kevin Spacey in "Clarence Darrow."
Kevin Spacey 'mordant and open hearted' in Clarence Darrow htt…
Black Rage Confronts the Law by Paul Harris New York University Paperback In 1971, Paul Harris pioneered the modern version of the "black rage" defense when he successfully defended a young black man charged with armed bank robbery. Dubbed "one of the most novel criminal defenses in history" by Vanity Fair, the black rage defense is enormously controversial, frequently dismissed as irresponsible, nothing less than a harbinger of anarchy. Consider the firestorm of protest that resulted when the defense for Colin Ferguson, the gunman who murdered numerous passengers on a New York commuter train, let on that it was considering a black rage defense. Harris here traces the origins of the black rage defense back through American history, recreating numerous dramatic trials along the way. He recounts in vivid detail how Clarence Darrow introduced the notion of an environmental hardship defense in 1925 while defending a black family who shot into a drunken white mob that has encircled their home. The black rage d ...
Back from a brilliant but hot day in London with Lyn and Heather where we witnessed at the Old Vic this afternoon one of the best bits of theatre ever, words cannot describe how good Kevin Spacey was in the show Clarence Darrow,his final performance before stepping down as Creative Director, it was a privilege to witness and the standing ovation was so well deserved.
Do any of my wonderfully connected friends know how I can get hold of 2 tickets for Clarence Darrow at the Old Vic?
Clarence Darrow review - Kevin Spacey shines in barnstorming performance as famed lawyer
Been lucky enough to watch a masterclass in acting by in Clarence Darrow at The Old Vic 5*
Sunday afternoon treat - about to watch Clarence Darrow with at The Old Vic (he is in it, not sitting next to me)
At Old Vic for Clarence Darrow action. Spacey better be good. I'll leave my phone on throughout. Feel free to call it!
At The Old Vic once again. This time front row seat to Kevin Spacey in Clarence Darrow in the round :)
Kevin Spacey is currently starring as legendary attorney Clarence Darrow at London's Old Vic Theatre, and, although he's played the role at that same theatre before (in Inherit the Wind), his performance in Clarence Darrow is especially challenging because he's doing it in the round. The last thing…
London review: Kevin Spacey the forceful, vital center of 'Clarence Darrow'
"House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey snapped at an audience member when his/her phone rang during the opening night of his new one-man show "Clarence Darrow."
This much is clear: You don't want to mess with Kevin Spacey, Frank Underwood or in real life. During a one-man performance of Clarence Darrow at the Old Vic Theatre in London, Spacey took the time to berate an audience member whose cell phone had gone off during a key scene.
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ACTOR Kevin Spacey reprimanded a member of his audience last night after a mobile phone went off during the opening show of his play, Clarence Darrow.
WENN Actor Kevin Spacey called out an audience member in the middle of his play 'Clarence Darrow' after a ringing cell phone interrupted a monologue. The actor is in the midst of a two-and-a-half ...
Kevin Spacey halted a play Thursday night after an audience member's phone rang. The 'House of Cards' star never broke character during the opening night of 'Clarence Darrow' at London's Old Vic Theatre but managed to reprimand the unnamed man.
Staying in character, tells off audience member after phone rings during 'Clarence Darrow'
Excellent evening last night watching Kevin Spacey in Clarence Darrow, good work on organising Iain Manson!
actor Kevin told off an audience member on Wed, when their phone interrupted his one-man show.
House of Cards' Kevin Spacey told off audience member after phone rang during 'Clarence Darrow'
Always. Always, put your phones on silent. Especially when is talking.
Another show-stopping moment on stage in the news. A phone interrupts Kevin Spacey's one-man show.
Clarence Darrow, Old Vic, review: ‘Spacey is spellbinding’: Kevin Spacey’s portrayal of the great US lawyer is...
Best line in Clarence Darrow tonight “If you don't answer that, I will" All the audience cheered and clapped wildly .
- In the presence of Sir one must have a sense of decorum...and respect! Jeez Louise! Honestly!Tut tut!
Being back if only for a short while, reminds me why I love doing this.
One great performer's tribute to another: Spacey in CLARENCE DARROW (as arena!) is thrilling. Review: http:/…
Kevin Spacey is incredible. Clarence Darrow best theatre I have seen. Ever.
"When I was nine years old, my father put me to work hoeing potatoes . Then I went into law and I’ve not done a day’s work since." Clarence Darrow.
Kevin Spacey returns to the stage as notorious American lawyer and civil libertarian, Clarence Darrow.
"Laughing at our mistakes can lengthen our own life. Laughing at someone else's can shorten it. Clarence Darrow.
Super excited to be seeing Kevin Spacey tonight on stage in a one man show - Clarence Darrow. Thanks Carolyn Kaiser for including me!!
Where Did Cain Get His Wife? Michael Pickford The question above is an age old question. Sadly, there are many Christians who cannot adequately answer it. However, there is an answer! At the Scopes Trial in Tennessee in 1925, ACLU lawyer Clarence Darrow asked the religious William Jennings Bryan the question about Cain’s wife. Bryan couldn’t give an answer. How tragic! Beloved, learn how to answer this and other questions posed by those who despise the wonderful word of God. To get a clear understanding of the proper answer to the question, we should first understand what is NOT the answer to the question. For example, some contend that God had created another group of people in the same manner as He created Adam. There are several biblical reasons why this cannot be so. For example, in Genesis 2:19-25 we learn that God brought forth to Adam every animal created. “But for Adam there was not found a helper comparable to him” (Vs. 20b). God then created Eve from a rib from Adam’s side. Why would G ...
Somewhere Clarence Darrow is smiling with pride.
Kevin Spacey delivers a heartfelt, powerful an inherently humane message during today's "Clarence Darrow" play. The whole of Old Vic Theatre was on its feet with standing ovation. I don't think that I have ever seen this in London!! Bravo! Bravissimo! Really try to see it!!
Ten days before he became so famous that crowds would form around any building that contained him and waiters would fight over a corncob left on his dinner plate, no one had heard of Charles Lindbergh. The New York Times had mentioned him once, in the context of the corning Atlantic flights. It had misspelled his name, The news that transfixed the nation as spring gave way to summer in 1927 was a gruesome murder in a modest family home on Long Island, coincidentally quite close to Roosevelt Field, where the Atlantic fliers were now gathering. The newspapers, much excited, called it the Sash Weight Murder Case. The story was this: Late on the night of March 20, 1927, as Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snyder slept side by side in twin beds in their house on 222nd Street in a quiet, middle-class neighborhood of Queens Village, Mrs. Snyder heard noises in the upstairs hallway. Going to investigate, she found a large man - a "giant," she told police - just outside her bedroom door. He was speaking in a foreign accent to ...
“A Small –Town Insult Made Him the Greatest Criminal Lawyer of His Time” Clarence Darrow ...Principle at state - Injustice “He fought through seven courts for seven yrs for the sake of a $5. Harness” “Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, a school teacher boxed the ears of a ‘little boy’ because he was restless and fidgety and squirming in his seat. She boxed his ears in front of the other pupils, and ‘humiliated him’ so that he cried all the home. He was only ‘five years old’ at the time, but he ‘felt’ that he had been ‘treated with cruelty and injustice;’ he learned to ‘hate cruelty and injustice with a hatred’ that has kept him fighting all his life.” “He was paid only five dollars to fight the case, but he fought it at his own expense through seven courts for seven yrs …won it,” (Dale, C., 1937)!
Saw Kevin Spacey in Clarence Darrow last night packed theatre standing ovation great performance all his cases very relevant to now
Making Saul Goodman look like Clarence Darrow every day...
Clarence Darrow defending Leopold and Loeb in the murder of an 8 year old boy. His defense of these…
Liberty is the most jealous and exacting mistress that can beguile the soul and brain of man. ~Clarence Darrow
Incorrectly attributed to Clarence Darrow, 'twas originally uttered by Howard Scott
Clarence Darrow on the Nature of the State . Everywhere it seems to have been taken for granted that force and...
Kevin Spacey returns to the role of pioneering lawyer Clarence Darrow after the critically acclaimed Old Vic Production of Inherit the Wind and the PBS film Darrow.
The Old Vic seems like an incredible theatre. Sadly I am missing Clarence Darrow but I will manage to see The Crucible there :)
Drawing on untapped archives and full of fresh revelations, Clarence Darrow: Attorney for the Damned by John A. Farrell is the definitive biography of Americ...
I recently endorsed Andrew M. Stein for Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Seat 87 and donated to his worthy campaign. My support possibly puzzled him because over 20 years ago, he and I did battle when I was a newly minted prosecutor, and he a relentless, zealous, highly energetic and creative defense attorney. We opposed one another on many cases, and at times our interactions were nothing short of explosive (of course there is nothing 'short' about Andrew) I ascribe to the adage, "never let them see you sweat." By nature I am not a sweater anyway, unless I am enjoying a tasty Cajun meal. I am, however, a bit of an obsessive. I admit now, that Andrew caused me many, many long nights preparing for the tiniest of cases wherein he was the defense attorney. I was compelled to do so because Andrew brings the very same high energy and passion to a petty theft, that Clarence Darrow brought to the Scopes Monkey Trial. You never knew when Andrew would appear at a pro forma case setting, and take out ...
TILondon is giving away tickets to the first showing and dress rehearsal of Clarence Darrow on Wednesday the 28th.
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"The fear of God isnt the beginning of wisdom, its the end of wisdom" -Clarence Darrow
Corporation is unaccountable as a mere fiction, an invention founded upon the fraud of ‘ownership’; both a creation of legislation and an invented fiction, corporation stands beyond the (pathocrats) law. A incorporeal entity used as a cloak of invisibility to protect its agents and owners, who through their power of wealth and invented privilege, act without accountability through imposed authority. The mafia of corporate State impose through their waged agents, who act against dissenters as a goon squad, and through a web of deceit spun by their media *** and make privilege, entitlement and grants legal in offence of all natural innate equity, through those agents who pretend to invent against and upon the natural axioms of the land; legislation is imposed legal codes known as positive law, which only binds all held in citizenship, in subjugation of the issuing corporation, as legal codes are simply the policy of the corporation upon its agents and all incorporated corporations, and a citizenship ...
Front row tickets for Clarence Darrow at The Old Vic!!! :)
"Clarence Darrow [was] perhaps the most effective courtroom opponent of cant, bigotry, and special privilege that our country has produced. All of Darrow's most celebrated pleas are here--in defense of Leopold and Loeb (1924), of Lieutenant Massie (1932), of Big Bill Haywood (1907), of Thomas Sco...
booked tickets to see in Clarence Darrow
So happy I will get to see him perform Clarence Darrow first... Kevin Spacey's Old Vic Successor Is Announced.
Bit bloomin' excited about fitting this in when I'm home for my cousin's wedding in a couple of weeks. Kevin Spacey!
Some notable events in history on May 22nd: 334 BC - The army of Alexander the Great defeats Darius III of Persia in the Battle of the Granicus River, the first battle on his ambitious quest to rule the Middle East, North Africa and Southern Asia 1176 – A murder attempt is made by the "Assassins" (the Shia Islamic sect known as Ismaili, also known as the assassins, who were led by Rashid ad-Din Sinan) against Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and conqueror of Syria, near modern day Aleppo. This prompts an alliance between the two forces against the Christian Crusaders 1455 – The opening battle in England's 30-year War of the Roses. Richard of York captures St Albans, along with King Henry VI 1803 - First public library opens in the U.S. (Connecticut) 1807 - Former Vice President Aaron Burr is tried for treason in Richmond, Virginia and is acquitted 1807 - Townsend Speakman sells the first fruit-flavored carbonated drink in Philadelphia (recognized as the world’s first soft drink or soda) 1843 – The first w ...
>shows. While it took 50 min for American Psycho at the Almeida, and 2 hrs for Clarence Darrow >
Well I’ll be a monkeys uncle- "I'll be a monkey's uncle" is actually an exclamation of surprise, and expression of disbelief and an exposition of astonishment. Often, someone will say, "I'll be a monkey's uncle" to indicate the absurdity of an unexpected occurrence or situation that actually proves to be true. This metaphorical statement may seem somewhat old-fashioned, as it is not heard as often these days as perhaps it used to be. Originally, this statement may have seemed so shocking to listeners that it was regarded almost as a more polite substitution for an oath or profanity to express shock. Similar idiomatic and familiar expressions to "I'll be a monkey's uncle" might include "Color me surprised," "Fancy that," "Good gracious," "Holy moly," "I'll be dipped," "I must be dreaming," "My goodness," "That's amazing," "That's incredible," "Well, I'll be," "Wow, I never expected that" and "You don't say." The first citing’s of this metaphorical expression may have come from the 19th Century, after t ...
Even if you do learn to speak correct English, whom are you going to speak it to? ― Clarence Darrow
(Clarence Darrow) He told the crowd they are hated and misunderstood: “that is your lot here. You have a long, long road to travel, and an arduous foe to fight--and that foe is prejudice.” To achieve progress, Darrow said, “You’ll have to work harder—harder than the white man—because you’re on his home grounds.” But there is no reason why success might not someday come: “There is no inherent difference between your capacity for growth and that of any other man, whatever his color.”
An exciting two weeks ahead of me...including Brian May's Diableries and Toni Morrison's latest.culminating with Kevin Spacey as Clarence Darrow! I think I just exploded.
The right man for the job! JOEL BRYANT, who owned the stage as LOGAN WELLMAN for 2-plus hours in "BLANK", Bruce Reisman's original play that recently premiered with a 6-week run in Hollywood, is officially set to "perform" the Books on Tape version of Reisman's novel. Since the book's epic story covering 30 years is told from the "first person" point of view of character, "DANNY PEARCE", the author chose to do the "books on tape" version a little different from the norm. JOEL BRYANT will not simply "read" the text; he will bring the character and story to life as a one-MAN performance piece (in the traditions of HAL HOLBROOK'S "Mark Twain TONIGHT", HENRY FONDA'S "CLARENCE DARROW", and JAMES WHITMORE'S "GIVE 'EM *** HARRY" as Harry Truman). A seasoned Broadway stage actor, as well as experienced "voice" performer, JOEL BRYANT will bring SEXUAL JUSTICE to life. Who knows? A one-man "play" on stage as DANNY PEARCE. You never know.
I totally disagree. Author is bitter and small-minded. Clarence Darrow didn't stand around waiting for someone to hand him a job.
An account of the Thalia Massie rape trials and the subsequent "honor killing" trial that shook Hawaii in the 1930s. The murder trial of 1932 was the last in the career of Clarence Darrow.
"The world forgives almost anything but stupidity." - Clarence Darrow
cosi fan tutti tomoz, pajama game sat, wolf hall, Clarence darrow, Shakespeare in love. I do go A LOT!!!
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