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The Crucible

Rated PG-13 for intense depiction of the Salem witch trials.

PG-13 123min.
 
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When Arthur Miller's play The Crucible was first staged in 1953, it was widely acclaimed as a metaphor for the recklessness of Joseph McCarthy and his spurious crusade against communism. Read More
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John Proctor
Abigail Williams
Judge Danforth
Elizabeth Proctor
Rev. Samuel Parris
Reverend John Hale
Thomas Putnam
Mary Warren
Townswoman
Goody Sibber
November 20, 2008
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