After spending many years as a doctor in London, not in posh Mayfair practice with rich patients but in a National Health Clinic, the past seems very distant to Dr. Adam Kelno. When his wife brings home a copy of Abe Cady's best-selling book "The Holocaust," he becomes enraged when she points out one page in the book which names him as war criminal who castrated Jews in a concentration camp without anesthetic at the Nazis behest. Feeling safe with his knighthood, Kelno insists on suing Cady for libel despite the pleas of his wife and son, who believe it's not with the stress and adverse publicity that will result. When his own lawyer finds that Cady, with the help of Lady Margret, has retained Tom Bannister, England's foremost barrister, he advises Kelno to settle out of court, but filled with righteous indignation and a lot of hubris, Sir Adam wants to press forward with the case... to his ultimate regret.
Did You Know?
Kelno's award is stated as a half penny, but the word is usually pronounced hay penny in Britain. See more
In 1967, we see a London black taxi carrying a 'K' registered number plate drawing up at Abe Cady's London mews house. 'K' plates belong to vehicles first registered in 1971. See more
[Referring to the reviews his book received in Israel
Do yu think the foreign reviews will be as good?
Acch, the Jewish critics like a book by a Jew about Jews are not going to wonder what the London Times says. They were probably hard on "Genesis" here when it first hit the bookstores.