Born on May 14, 1936 in Bronx, New York
Bobby Darin as "Patient"
Frustrated by his inability to help an African-American patient who hates whites, a psychiatrist (Peter Falk) asks his superior (Sidney Poitier) to release him from the case. The superior relates a case from his own past during World War II when he treated a young Nazi (Bobby Darin) who despised blacks. Explaining the tragic results of the case, the older psychiatrist encourages his younger colleague not to be swayed by the patient's attitude, to remain objective and to stick with his treatment.
|Golden Globe (1962)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama|