Blaming the Estuary Victim: Bad Massachusetts Accents As Justification for Homicide

There are so many legally-actionable instances of a poorly-affected Massachusetts accent in movies (Robin Williams’ bad Massachusetts accent in “Good Will Hunting” won him an Oscar) that it is only vaguely satisfying that one of the first, Ted Grossman’s Estuary Victim in “Jaws,” resulted in the character’s death.

See how the shark prepared the body for viewing on All That Jaws.

Estuary Victim died on Independence Day—definitely not the “best July 4 we ever had.”

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