Nuremberg (2000)
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Episode credited cast:
Alec Baldwin ... Justice Robert H. Jackson
Brian Cox ... Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring
Christopher Plummer ... Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Adams ... Gen. Lucius Clay
Norman Mikeal Berketa Norman Mikeal Berketa ... American Photographer (as Norm Berketta)
Howard Bilerman Howard Bilerman ... Sgt. Fuchs
Lorne Brass Lorne Brass ... Priest
Frank Burns Frank Burns ... Wilhelm Frick
Robert Burns Robert Burns ... Buzz
Joe Cobden ... Soldier
Larry Day ... U.S. Colonel
Ilona Elkin ... Russian Translator
Alain Fournier ... Reichsminister Alfred Rosenberg
David Francis David Francis ... Sir Geoffrey Lawrence
René Gagnon René Gagnon ... Reichsminister Arthur Seyß-Inquart


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Drama | History | War





Release Date:

17 July 2000 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The song that Hermann Göring hums after his first day in court is called Horst Wessel Lied, which was the anthem of the Nazi Party. See more »


The testimony of Ernst Kaltenbrunner, as depicted in the series, in no way resembles the actual court room exchange in 1946. Kaltenbrunner never denied being at Mauthausen, nor did he shout at the prosecutor that the charges against him were lies. In reality, Kaltenbrunner's main defense was that he was a little known police general, who had inherited criminal programs from the likes of Reinhard Heydrich and Heinrich Himmler, to which Kaltenbrunner knew little or nothing about. The defense did not save him, and he was found guilty of war crimes and executed. See more »


Sir Geoffrey Lawrence: Mr. Chief Prosecutor, if you're ready.
Justice Robert H. Jackson: From the very beginning, you regarded the elimination of the Jews from the economic life of Germany as under your jurisdiction, did you not?
Reichsmarschall Hermann Wilhelm Göring: Yeah. Elimination from economic life, that is partly correct. Large industries, also Arnhem industries under Jewish direct.
Justice Robert H. Jackson: Was that the first of your legal measures against the Jews?
Reichsmarschall Hermann Wilhelm Göring: I believe removal from office was first in 1933.
Justice Robert H. Jackson: Then in 1936, you personally drafted an act making it punishable by death to transfer ...
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