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The Judge (4-Sep-2014)

Director: David Dobkin

Writers: David Dobkin; Bill Dubuque; Nick Schenk

Keywords: Drama

A hotshot lawyer returns home to investigate murder allegations levied against his estranged father, a long-serving judge.

ABSTRACT
Hank Palmer, top-flight corporate lawyer enjoying a reputation as an expert in getting his well-heeled clients off the hook for their white-collar crimes, returns to his small-town home to find estranged magistrate father Joe Palmer accused of murder. Hank must restore fractured ties with his family and reconnect with his roots if he is to clear his father's name in a most heinous crime.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lenny Clarke
Actor
16-Sep-1953   Uncle Teddy on Rescue Me
Vincent D'Onofrio
Actor
30-Jun-1959   Star of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Robert Downey, Jr.
Actor
4-Apr-1965   Iron Man
Robert Duvall
Actor
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
Vera Farmiga
Actor
6-Aug-1973   Down to the Bone
Balthazar Getty
Actor
22-Jan-1975   Lord of the Flies
Ken Howard
Actor
28-Mar-1944 23-Mar-2016 The White Shadow
David Krumholtz
Actor
15-May-1978   Charlie Eppes on Numb3rs
Sarah Lancaster
Actor
12-Feb-1980   Saved by the Bell: The New Class
Leighton Meester
Actor
9-Apr-1986   Gossip Girl
Denis O'Hare
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Larry Harvey on American Horror Story
Dax Shepard
Actor
2-Jan-1975   Crosby Braverman on Parenthood
Billy Bob Thornton
Actor
4-Aug-1955   Sling Blade
Grace Zabriskie
Actor
17-May-1941   Sarah Palmer in Twin Peaks

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