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Children Must Laugh (1936)

Mir kumen on (original title)
One of the few surviving documentaries about Jewish life in Poland before World War II, this film was produced to raise funds for the Vladimir Medem Sanitarium which stood as the embodiment... See full summary »

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A.L. Alexander ...
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David Dubinsky ...
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B. Charney Vladeck ...
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One of the few surviving documentaries about Jewish life in Poland before World War II, this film was produced to raise funds for the Vladimir Medem Sanitarium which stood as the embodiment of health and enlightenment, in striking contrast to the grim images of urban Polish-Jewish poverty. Written by National Center for Jewish Film

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25 March 1938 (USA)  »

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Children Must Laugh  »

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(1965 reissue) | (original)

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(Triofon)

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1.37 : 1
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