Shadow on the Land
|Shadow on the Land|
|Also known as||United States: It Can't Happen Here|
|Created by||Sidney Sheldon|
|Based on||It Can't Happen Here|
by Sinclair Lewis
|Screenplay by||Nedrick Young|
|Directed by||Richard C. Sarafian|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Cinematography||Fred J. Koenekamp|
|Running time||100 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Screen Gems|
|Original release||December 4, 1968|
Shadow on the Land, also known as United States: It Can't Happen Here, is a 1968 television film which aired on ABC. It was adapted from the Sinclair Lewis novel It Can't Happen Here by Nedrick Young, and directed by Richard C. Sarafian. The plot involves a President creating a fascist, totalitarian regime in the United States, and a resistance movement forming against it.
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