During the scene with the Jews there is a Chanukia standing on the table, a Jewish candle-stand with 9 arms, which is used only during Chanukka, a holiday that happens usually in December. THey should have used a Minora. In the next shot there was a correct Minora standing in the background. See more
Krauss, I think, your idea, to play all the jewish minor roles, is a brilliant idea.
But I through, you're against double roles.
That's right, I sure am. But I'm also against harping on about principles.
Because this, my dear Harlan, is a perfect oppertunity to show, that all jewish characters and temperaments are originally from the same source.
Sog nischt kejnmol
composed by Dimitrij Jakovlevich Pokras and Hirsch Glick See more