- SKU: 6108117
- Release Date: 07/22/2003
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- An interview with director Arthur Hiller
- Theatrical trailer
- "Robert Shaw and The Man in the Glass Booth," an essay by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
- The AFT Cinebill for The Man in the Glass Booth
- Stills gallery
- An interview with Edie Landau, Executive in Charge, the American Film Theatre
- Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera - AFT promotional reel, 1974
- The American Film Theatre trailer gallery - includes a complete list of the AFT films
- The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
- Enhanced for 16x9 TVs
Actor/writer Robert Shaw's powerhouse stage play The Man in the Glass Booth was transferred to the screen as part of the American Film Theatre series. Maximilian Schell plays Arthur Goldman, a Jewish businessmen living in Manhattan in 1965. A group of Israeli underground agents barge into Goldman's office and kidnap him. He is brought to Israel, placed in a bulletproof glass booth, and put on trial. His accusers charge that Goldman is not a Jew, but in fact a notorious Nazi war criminal, guilty of unspeakable crimes against humanity. Robert Shaw's name does not appear in the credits of The Man in the Glass Booth; he was so displeased with Edward Anhalt's screen adaptation that he had his name removed from the project. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Maximilian Schell - Arthur Goldman
- Lois Nettleton - Miriam Rosen
- Luther Adler - Presiding Judge
- Lawrence Pressman - Charlie Cohn
- Henry Brown - Jack Arnold