To Kill A Mockingbird (PG)


Robert Mulligan






124 mins


Gregory Peck, John Megna, Frank Overton

At the heart of both the film and Harper Lee’s much-loved source novel is a child’s-eye view of the imperfect ways of the adult world. Six-year-old Scout (Mary Badham) watches her father Atticus Finch (Peck) raise his dignified fists against bigotry, deceit, injustice and a symbolic rabid dog as he argues his doomed case in a small-town courtroom, in defence of the falsely accused African-American Tom Robinson (Brock Peters). But eloquence and virtue are no match for generations of race hatred and petty motives, as Scout learns at the cost of childhood illusions.

Showing at

This film is showing as part of a special event...
Cine North Spring 2018 - The Best of British Cinema & More Coming to Yorkshire & Cumbria!
Masham Town Hall
Tue, 20 Mar
07:30 PM

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