The Producers - Act 2, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 7 Summary

A little later that evening, Max appears in a New York City courtroom where he is declared incredibly guilty. In his own defense, Max affirms that he was simply a Broadway producer with no conscience or anyone who cared for him. The thing that is worse than being found guilty is the betrayal of a man he had considered his friend.

At this point, Leo and Ulla arrive dressed in tropical, bright clothes. Leo admits to deserting Max when he owns half of the responsibility in the fraudulent accounting. It is revealed that Ulla and Leo got married in Rio.

Leo steps up to Max's defense and declares that Max has not harmed the Little Old Ladies, a fact which the ladies confirm. Neither has Max harmed Leo; in fact, Max is the only person in Leo's life to provide any magic or the ability...

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