Judge Calvin Cooke (Fredric March) wallows in a sense of guilt in Michael Gordon's An Act of Murder (1948)

Judge Calvin Cooke (Fredric March) wallows in a sense of guilt in Michael Gordon’s An Act of Murder (1948)

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