Radio and TV personality John Henry Faulk (William Devane) battles a blacklist. Louis Nizer: George C. Scott. Laura: Dorothy Tristan. Stan: William Redfield. Herb: Milt Kogan. Hartnett: John Harkins. Nan: Lois Nettleton. Filmed in New York and Los Angeles by Lamont Johnson. David W. Rintels wrote the script.
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1976 - Emmy - Outstanding Directing in a Special Program - Drama or Comedy- nominated
1976 - Emmy - Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Special- nominated
1976 - Emmy - Outstanding Special-Drama or Comedy- nominated
1976 - Emmy - Outstanding Writing in a Special Program-Drama or Comedy-Adaptation- winner
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