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Adenoid Hynkel has a double
1940, dir. Charles Chaplin. A tiny mustache. A very large globe.
well,lets call this article “the best known for all films with some jewish actors or about jews”.definitely not the best jewish films.
what about films made in USSR/russia?france?
there are/were genious jewish directors,actors,screen play writers.
but still i found here some news for me.thanks!
Please note that in the Jewish ghetto scene of your 70th favorite Jewish Movie, The Great Dictator, most signs in the Jewish neighborhood were in Esperanto, the language initiated by the humanist Jew, L.L.Zamenhof. http://esperantofriends.blogspot.com/2011/03/charlie-chaplin-and-esperantogreat.html
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