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The American Film Theater was a production company dedicated to the creation of movies based on stage plays and musicals, using a subscription- based releasing strategy to bring theater to the masses, not unlike today's multiplexes, which host monthly opera offerings to packed houses. The idea was the preserve the source material, keeping the efforts spare and cheap, but also sustaining their artistic voice. Perhaps the most notable of the 13 endeavors was 1975's "The Man in the Glass Booth," which managed to secure a theatrical run that resulted in an Academy Award nomination for star Maximilian Schell, who pours his blood, sweat, and tears into his portrayal of an Adolf Eichmann-type put on trial in Israel for war crimes.  Read the rest at


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