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A dramatization of the controversial trial concerning the right for Neo-Nazis to march in the predominately Jewish community of Skokie.

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  • Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 2 wins & 3 nominations.
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Max Feldman
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Herb Lewisohn
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Abbot Rosen
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Bertha Feldman
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Bert Silverman
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Police Chief Arthur Buchanan
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Frank Collin
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Mayor Albert J. Smith
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Rabbi Steinberg
Stephen D. Newman ...
Aryeh Neier
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David Hamlin
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Morton Weisman
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Janet Feldman
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JDL Girl
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Sol Goldstein
Joseph Leon ...
Hershkowitz
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Grandma Jannsen
Robin Morse ...
Penny
Michele Shay ...
Sheila
Douglas Alan-Mann ...
Minister
Jack Callahan ...
Father Kelly
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Richard Cusak ...
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Harry Elders ...
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Beatrice Fredman ...
Survivor
Robert J. Jones Jr. ...
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Reporter (as Pamela Kesler)
Dan Le Monnier ...
Murray
Marie Mathay ...
Phyllis
Bob McCord ...
Bailiff
Ward Ohrman ...
Judge
Jack Orend ...
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Nazi
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Reporter
Taylor Williams ...
Reporter
Patti Wilkus ...
Survivor
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Robert Minkoff ...
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Directed by

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Herbert Wise

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Ernest Kinoy ... ()

Produced by

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Robert Berger ... producer
Herbert Brodkin ... executive producer
Thomas De Wolfe ... associate producer
Bernard Sofronski ... executive producer

Cinematography by

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Alex Thomson

Film Editing by

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Robert M. Reitano
Stephen A. Rotter

Editorial Department

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Judith Blume ... apprentice editor
Irving Rathner ... negative cutter

Casting By

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Alixe Gordin

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Richard Bianchi

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Amy Marshall

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Danni Nelson ... hair stylist
Jillayne Stockland ... makeup artist

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Bruce S. Pustin ... production manager

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Ron Bozman ... first assistant director (as Ronald M. Bozman)
Hunter Wyatt Brown III ... second assistant director
Penney Finkelman Cox ... second assistant director (as Penney Finkelman)

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Ted Glass ... property master

Sound Department

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Gary Alper ... sound mixer
Randall Coleman ... assistant sound editor
Neil L. Kaufman ... sound editor
Dick Vorisek ... sound re-recordist

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Gene LeBell ... stunts

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Douglas Armstrong ... key grip
Michael F. Barrow ... gaffer
Ed Marritz ... camera operator
John Seakwood ... still photographer
Tim Wallace ... electrician
Kit Whitmore ... assistant camera

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Deborah Reinisch ... location manager

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Ralph Berliner ... music supervisor

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Liz Argo ... script supervisor
Peter Fernandez ... background voices (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

This is the story of some Modern day Nazi activists who plan to march through the predominantly Jewish community of Skokie. The town officials tell the citizens to ignore them cause there's nothing that they can do. But one citizen (Kaye) who's a death camp survivor says that he was told this nearly forty years ago in Germany and before he knew it he was in a concentration camp. He says this time if they march, he will not ignore them; he will take action. So, the mayor does what he can to stop them, so the Nazi's leader (Dzundza) goes to the ACLU, and the Jewish lawyer (Rubinstein) he speaks to, says that this is a violation of the First Ammendment and takes the case to court. Written by

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Also Known As
  • Between two brothers (United States)
  • Once They Marched Through a Thousand Towns (United Kingdom)
  • Skokie le village de la colère (France)
  • Natsimarssi (Finland)
  • Diritto d'offesa (Italy)
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  • 125 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia This would be the final appearance of Danny Kaye before motion picture cameras, and the last of only two dramatic performances. The other performance being the "Ragpicker," in the 1969 film The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969) starring Katharine Hepburn. See more »
Goofs One actress seen in the synagogue protesting the Nazi march is seen later in the ACLU office answering phones and defending the Nazi march. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Danny Kaye: A Legacy of Laughter (1996). See more »
Quotes Frank Collin: I'm the leader here. Do you hear me? I'm the leader here!
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