Brian Garfield’s book “Death Wish” featured an explicitly Jewish family: Paul Benjamin, his wife Esther and their daughter Carol.
The Tour de France has its origins in the Dreyfus Affair which divided France between 1894 and 1906.
The Cricket World Cup is being played. Is there anything Jewish about it?
There are seven human members of the crew in “Alien” — a number rich in Jewish significance.
The Warburtons commercial obscures the bagel’s Jewish origins, if consumers here even knew about them in the first place.
Kubrick took explicitly Jewish characters and superficially scrubbed them clean of any such ethnic or religious trace.
Richard Adams said that some of the rabbits were based on his experiences as a lieutenant during World War II
Now 50 years old, was the horror classic really just “a good Jewish practical joke on Christianity?”
“I told Kubrick this was a very Jewish film, and I explained why I thought so. Judaism is a breakthrough in thinking.”
“A sea change is occurring. The number of Jews, both fictional and real, is exploding on our screens, right in front of our eyes.”