When Jews Were Funny

201389 mins

From the 1930’s to the 1970’s, beautiful well every comic or comic you may see on TV or the motion pictures was Jewish. Jews came to overwhelm the universe of western‐society satire on radio, stage and screen alike.Why did Jews rule parody in this period? Furthermore for what reason did that mastery end? Were Jews only more entertaining in those days? Furthermore assuming this is the case, did that stretch out to your normal Jew in the city? In this hour and a half narrative acclaimed chief Alan Zweig will analyze these inquiries and numerous others in this investigation of twentieth century humor, social rot, and a quest for a missing heritage.




Alan Zweig


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