Moral questions are addressed when a Holocaust survivor (Danny Kaye) confronts resurgent Nazism in an Illinois suburb. John Rubinstein. Bertha: Kim Hunter. Bert: Eli Wallach. Collin: George Dzundza. Janet: Marin Kanter. Rosen: Carl Reiner. Police Chief: Brian Dennehy. Directed by Herbert Wise.
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1982 - Emmy - Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series or Special- nominated
1982 - Emmy - Outstanding Drama Special- nominated
1982 - Emmy - Outstanding Writing in a Limited Series or a Special- nominated
1982 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television- nominated
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