William Shatner and Ossie Davis star in this 1976
TV play inspired by the famous social psychology
experiments conducted in 1961 by Yale University
psychologist Stanley Milgram.
William Shatner stars as psychology professor Stephen
Turner who performs a series of experiments wherein
two participants act as “teacher” and “student.” The
teacher lists four sets of adjectives and nouns. The
student has to associate the correct noun with the correct
adjective under penalty of electric shock. If a student
answers incorrectly, the teacher administers the shock with
higher voltage each time. Turner’s experiment isn’t about
memory under duress. Instead, it’s about obedience. The
student is not the subject of the experiment (he’s a
confederate and never gets shocked). The real purpose is
to see how far the teacher will go; how much pain he will
administer. Will a human being cause another person pain,
even when the student moans and pleads for mercy? Will the
teacher bend to the authority of the experiment’s administrator?
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