Nuremberg

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Overview

This TNT miniseries stars Alec Baldwin as Robert Jackson, the Supreme Court justice who served as the head prosecutor for the war crimes tribunal that took place in Nuremberg after the horrors of WWII and the Holocaust. The film follows Jackson from his preparations for the trial to the outcome of the trial itself, paying particular attention to the interplay between Jackson and the Nazi thugs he is trying to prosecute. Brian Cox co-stars a Hermann Goering, Hitler's right-hand man, while Christopher Plummer plays...
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Overview

This TNT miniseries stars Alec Baldwin as Robert Jackson, the Supreme Court justice who served as the head prosecutor for the war crimes tribunal that took place in Nuremberg after the horrors of WWII and the Holocaust. The film follows Jackson from his preparations for the trial to the outcome of the trial itself, paying particular attention to the interplay between Jackson and the Nazi thugs he is trying to prosecute. Brian Cox co-stars a Hermann Goering, Hitler's right-hand man, while Christopher Plummer plays British prosecutor Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe, and Jill Hennessey portrays Elise Douglas, Jackson's invaluable secretary and sometime lover. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/10/2001
  • UPC: 053939834536
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alec Baldwin Justice Robert H. Jackson
Jill Hennessy Elsie Douglas
Brian Cox Hermann Goering
Michael Ironside Col. Burton C. Andrus
Matt Craven Capt. Gustav Gilbert
Christopher Plummer Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe
Max von Sydow Samuel Rosenman
Len Cariou Francis Biddle
David J. Francis Sir Geoffrey Lawrence
Len Doncheff Gen. Nikitchenko
Herbert Knaup Albert Speer
Roger Dunn
David McIlwraith
Christopher Shyer
Frank Moore
Frank Fontaine
Raymond Cloutier
Chris Heyerdahl
Ken Kramer
Sam Stone
James Bradford
Frank Burns
Erwin Potitt
Tom Rack
Roc Lafortune
Griffith Brewer
Gabriel Gascon
Julien Poulin
Paul Herbert
Emidio Michetti American Sargent
Technical Credits
Yves Simoneau Director
Gerald W. Abrams Executive Producer
Alec Baldwin Executive Producer
Mychele Boudrios Producer
Deirdre Bowen Casting
Jon Cornick Executive Producer
Alain Dostie Cinematographer
Suzanne Girard Executive Producer
Richard Grégoire Score Composer
Iris Grossman Casting
Guy Lalande Production Designer
Yves Langlois Editor
Ian McDougall Producer
David W. Rintels Screenwriter
Peter Sussman Executive Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Nuremberg Acted

    This movie focused on the main Nuremberg Trial after World War II. The movie, adapted from Joseph Persico's Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial, is well acted and shows the tension behind the trial. It shows the trials from Justice Jackson arriving there in 1945, to the conclusion of the trial in 1946. The movie would be better with real footage used at the trial.

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