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East and west = Mizreḥ un Mayrev

Author: Sidney M GoldinMolly PiconJacob KalichSaul NathanLaura GlucksmanAll authors
Publisher: [Waltham, MA] : National Center for Jewish Film, ©1991.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English : [1991 restored version]
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In a comedic film about assimilation and Jewish values, sophisticated New Yorker Morris Brown travels back to his village to attend his niece's traditional wedding. There he encounters the rambunctious Mollie, whose hijinks include boxing, and teaching other young villagers to shimmy. Mollie meets her match, however, in an engaging young yeshiva scholar who forsakes tradition and joins the secular world to win her  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Sidney M Goldin; Molly Picon; Jacob Kalich; Saul Nathan; Laura Glucksman; Eugen Newfeld; Johannes Roth; Henry Sapoznik; Pete Sokolow; Listo/Picon Films.; National Center for Jewish Film.; Rutenberg and Everett Yiddish Film Library.
OCLC Number: 25793476
Notes: "Austrian title: Ost und West."
"The Rutenberg & Everett Yiddish Film library of The National Center for Jewish Film presents ..."--Contain.
Film originally produced in Austria in 1923; film restored in 1982; new musical score added in 1991.
Subtitles are in English and Yiddish.
Credits: Score produced and developed by Henry Sapoznik; arranged and performed by Peter Sokolow.
Cast: Molly Picon, Jacob Kalish, Sidney M. Goldin, Saul Nathan, Laura Glucksman, Eugen Newfeld, Johannes Roth.
Description: 1 videocassette (85 min.) : si., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Other Titles: Mizreḥ un Mayrev.
Ost und West
Responsibility: Listo/Picon Films ; directed by Sidney M. Goldin.

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In a comedic film about assimilation and Jewish values, sophisticated New Yorker Morris Brown travels back to his village to attend his niece's traditional wedding. There he encounters the rambunctious Mollie, whose hijinks include boxing, and teaching other young villagers to shimmy. Mollie meets her match, however, in an engaging young yeshiva scholar who forsakes tradition and joins the secular world to win her heart.

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