Director: Rob Reiner
Writter: Aaron Sorkin (play and screenplay)
Tom Plays: Lt. Daniel Kaffee
Release Year: 1992
Status: Available on DVD and VHS

Defence lawyers, Kaffee (maverick) and Galloway (dutiful) are assigned the case of defending two US soldiers, accused of murdering a fellow soldier who was deemed to have ‘broken the code’. Kaffee and Galloway soon run into a brick wall (Jessup), who sees himself as a military ‘untouchable.’ The accused claim they were obeying orders (Jessup’s), and that the death was an accident.


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Kaffee: Is the colonel’s underwear a matter of national security?

Kaffee: And don’t wear that perfume in court, it wrecks my concentration.
Lt. Commander Jo Ann Galloway: Really!
Kaffee: I was talking to Sam

Kaffee: You ever talk to a client of mine without premission, I’ll have you disbarred. Friends?
Galloway: I had authorization.
Kaffee: From who?
Galloway: Ginny Miller. Louden’s aunt on his mother’s side.
Kaffee: You got authorization from Aunt Ginny?
Galloway: It’s perfectly within my boundaries.;
Kaffee: Does Aunt Ginny have a barn? Maybe we could hold the trial there. I’ll sew the costumes and maybe Uncle Goober can be the judge.