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Anti-Semitism
[chronological order]

The Trophy, Produced by ABC and AJC. (1957)
Length: 29 min. 05 sec.
Theme: A college fraternity decides to fight the discriminatory practices of its national fraternal organization.
Special Interest: This film is based on an actual incident that took place at Middlebury College, Vermont in 1948. The Trophy won the Third Annual Robert E. Sherwood Television Award for the best half-hour program dealing with the questions of freedom and justice.
Destiny's Tot, Produced by NBC and AJC. (1960)
Length: 58 min. 9 sec.
Theme: An exploration of some of the psychological roots of anti-Semitism. Robert Duvall played the role of Anton, an anti-Semitic rabble-rouser, who while serving a prison sentence is successfully treated by the prison psychiatrist.
Focus, Part 1, Produced by NBC and AJC. (1962)
Length: 39 min.
Theme: A dramatization of Arthur Millerís novel about anti-Semitism, featuring James Whitmore, Colleen Dewhurst, and Tom Bosley.
Focus, Part 2, Produced by NBC and AJC. (1962)
Length: 19 min. 33 sec.
Theme: A dramatization of Arthur Millerís novel about anti-Semitism, featuring James Whitmore, Colleen Dewhurst, and Tom Bosley.