Skip navigation

Yetta Zwerling and Jacob Zanger provide comic relief on the set of Joseph Seiden's Der Yidisher Nign (U.S.A., 1940). brandishing a fish, Zanger is making a travesty of the ritual shlogn kapores, by which Zwerling's sins will be passed on to a 'scopegoat". (When the film was shown in Baltimore, the Maryland Board of Censors had ruled that a similar scene, involving a live fowl, be eliminated.)

Appears in Collections:Bridge of Light

Files in This Item:
File Description SizeFormat 
2ave_5845_large.jpg11.87 kBJPEGView/Open
2ave_5845_thumbnail.jpg4.27 kBJPEGView/Open

Items in FDA are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.