Best known as Inspector Clouseau and Dr. Strangelove, Peter Sellers tried on a menagerie of roles in his lifetime.
The show is a vibrant portrait of a woman mid-transition — a coming of age story for a woman made to grow up too soon.
In 100 episodes, David has shown the world a prime example of the bulk of American Jewry’s ambivalent relationship with itself.
“Marceau had an agility and grace which I don’t have,” said Jesse Eisenberg who plays the legendary mime in the new film “Resistance.”
It was on our pages that many American Jews followed Charles Lindbergh’s transformation from hero to anti-Semitic avatar.
“My father never let a Passover go by without delivering the line about ‘Freedom can never be entirely won, but it can be lost.’”
Actor Max von Sydow was not Jewish or German, and yet, through much of his English-language film career he played Holocaust survivors or Nazis.
As our planet is in the grips of a deadly virus, in need of a way to greet each other without spreading infection, let’s all make that V-shaped sign.
In France, Great Britain, Hungary and America, filmmaker Andrew Goldberg finds four mutations of anti-Semitism.
A persistent spoofing of the search for roots of psychic trouble was at the core of Randall’s career success.
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