An absorbing adaptation of Uris' best-selling novel telling the story of two successful men, an American writer and a Polish doctor, whose careers lead to a confrontation in a London courtroom when the former accuses the latter of having performed illegal operations in a Nazi prison camp years earlier and is sued for libel. The longest made-for-TV movie to date received thirteen Emmy Award nominations including Outstanding Special, as well as for directing, writing, music, cinematography, art, editing and graphic design. Lee Remick, Jack Hawkins (in his last screen role), Anthony Quayle and Juliet Mills all were nominated for supporting performances. Quayle and Mills won, as did Jerry Goldsmith (music), Phill Norman (graphic design), and Brandt and Rosenblum (editing).
Wilford Lloyd Baumes
Douglas S. Cramer
Robert L Morrison
Aired in United States April 29, 1974
Aired in United States April 30, 1974