Top 3 To Kill A Mockingbird Movie Details

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Mayella Ewell (the supposed rape victim) hovers her hand over The Bible during her oath in court. It's later proven she was lying during her testimony.
Mayella Ewell (the supposed rape victim) hovers her hand over The Bible during her oath in court. It's later proven she was lying during her testimony.
Atticus points out a bruise on Mayella's right side of her face must mean the attacker primarily uses their left hand, which her father, Bob Ewell, does. Later on in the film, when Jem is attacked by Bob Ewell, he has a bruise on the right side of his face.
Atticus points out a bruise on Mayella's right side of her face must mean the attacker primarily uses their left hand, which her father, Bob Ewell, does. Later on in the film, when Jem is attacked by Bob Ewell, he has a bruise on the right side of his face.

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To Kill A Mockingbird poster
To Kill A Mockingbird poster

To Kill A Mockingbird Plot: Atticus Finch, a lawyer in the Depression-era South, defends a black man against an undeserved rape charge, and his children against prejudice.

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Genre Crime, Drama
Director Robert Mulligan
Main Actors Gregory Peck, John Megna, Frank Overton, Rosemary Murphy
IMDB score 8.2