Lest there be even a few who have some how failed to see these productions, NBC produced its own color remake of Inherit the Wind.
In 1988 which it has aired twice on nationwide television.
While Inherit the Wind is obviously not a documentary, it is understood to be a documentary-drama of the famous Scopes trial of 1925, which pitted William Jennings Bryan against Clarence Darrow in a classic confrontation over the teaching of evolution and creation in the public schools.
Considerable theatrical liberties were exercised in developing the plot but occasional courtroom exchanges were taken verbatim from the transcript of the Scopes trial.
The composite that resulted has unfortunately become widely perceived as essentially an historical account of the trial.
The ex-husband claimed “tiredness and health problems” had prevented him from being more attentive between the sheets.
But a judge in the south of France’s highest court in Aix-en-Provence ruled: “A sexual relationship between husband and wife is the expression of affection they have for each other, and in this case it was absent.
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Rarely, it seems, does a year go by that the Jerome Lawrence and Robert E.
Lee play Inherit the Wind about the famous “monkey trial” is not produced by local high schools and colleges.
In addition, the 1960 film of the same name featuring Frederic March and Spencer Tracy appears frequently on local television.