Expect episode titles like “The Case of the Anal Retentive Psychotic.”
A recently unearthed clip of him explaining one of his oeuvre’s biggest head scratchers is a pretty big deal.
Though Rosenthal eats a metric ton of pork, it’s hard to imagine a show with a more Jewish sensibility.
Even if they didn’t make their fears known onscreen, they still played a part behind the scenes.
Lanzmann hurled ferocious critiques at fictionalized versions of the Holocaust, terming “Schindler’s List” “kitschy melodrama.”
Carroll had her own sitcom on ABC, appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show” nearly 30 times and headlined at every major theater in the U.S. and London.
Richard M. Sherman and his brother Robert wrote more film music than any other songwriting team in movie history.
‘The Catcher Was a Spy’ wants to make its hero’s Judaism a centerpiece, so it’s strange that in the film Moe Berg hesitates to call himself a Jew.
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“I am gay and grew up in a very macho society, and I have a strong connection with food — I basically put my lives in the film.”
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