We began Thursday morning with the news that Brian Dennehy would be writing and directing the story of Joyce Ann Brown, a then-Koslow's Furs employee who, in 1980, was convicted of robbery and murder based almost solely on the testimony of a single eyewitness -- the wife of the slain man. Twenty- ... More >>
At long last -- which is to say, close to 20 years since Joyce Ann Brown was freed from prison for a robbery and murder she did not commit -- the South Dallas woman's story will become a movie. So reports The Hollywood Reporter, which makes special note of the announced film as it marks the featu ... More >>
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