I agree completely that what James did was wrong, but I disagree that he should be killed. He did a wicked deed, but he is not a wicked man.
Post a Comment. Pages Home About Me. During the fall semester, my school's drama department put on two one-act plays. Now usually the one-acts tend to be the highlight of the semester, at least for my friends and I, so I was very excited to see them.
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This semester they put on The Sniper and The Valiant. Both of them were very well done, and both had a priest as a key character.
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The Sniper was a dark story about how a poor man's losses during the evils of World War II drove him to despair and death, despite the urgings of his priest friend. The acting was quite good, but the story over all was very sobering and grim.
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The second one-act, The Valiant by Holworthy Hall and Robert Middlemass, also had a dark ending, but it was much more uplifting. The Valiant takes place about a half hour prior to a murderer's execution. The scene opens on the Warden and the prison chaplain discussing the prisoner. Trailers and Videos.
Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Added to Watchlist. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Joe Paris Mark Baker Warden Holt's Secretary Stephen Grey District Attorney Irene Jerome Paris Eartha Kitt Jane Dyke Mary Laine Edit Details Country: UK. Language: English. Runtime: 30 min. Sound Mix: Mono. The play was copyrighted in  and first appeared in McClure's magazine in Running with success on vaudeville with Bert Lytell ,   it was made into a film of the same name in starring Paul Muni ,  and as The Man Who Wouldn't Talk in The play became a favorite for amateur and local theater groups.
The play tells the story of James Dyke, a confessed murderer who has been sentenced to die and now awaits his fate on death row at a prison in Wethersfield, Connecticut.
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The only problem is that no one knows who he really is or where he comes from, and he is determined to take his secret to the grave. The prison's warden and chaplain have nearly given up hope of discovering his true identity until the night of Dyke's execution when a strange young woman arrives requesting to see him. Now, she may be the only key to unlocking Dyke's mysterious past. Questions are asked, and vague answers are given. Truth, fiction, or both.