Black Sox - script
Panel 1 - Full shot of "Shoeless" Joe Jackson in the defendant chair of a courthouse.
Caption: Cook country courthouse, Chicago. June. 27th 1921.
Prosecutor: Repeat again for the court how much you and the others were promised by Mr. Gandil, to lose the 1919 World Series.
Jackson (clearing his throat): Ahem. One hundred
Prosecutor: That kind of money could buy a person just about anything they wanted. Even a high-paid sports star like yourself, Mr. Jackson. Isn't that right?
Panel 2 - Medium shot of the prosecutor arrogantly walking back and forth, talking, with papers in one of his hands, which are folded behind his back.
Jackson: I suppose so.
Prosecutor: If you would, in your own words, Mr. Jackson, recount for the court, the events leading up to your, as well as other seven Chicago White Sox players' decision.
Panel 3 - Medium shot of Jackson desperately trying to defend himself, the prosecutor's word balloon pressing against the panel boarder and ove