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Krakow Jewish quarter; business district

Film | Accession Number: 2003.214 | RG Number: RG-60.4185 | Film ID: 3025

Two orthodox Jews arguing in the street in the Jewish quarter of Krakow at the main market square at the intersection of ul. Sw. Jana and the Rynek Glowny. They lean close to each other in a heated conversation at the door. Street scene in the business district in Krakow, many pedestrians, kiosk, people looking at bookshop/newssatand window. Man walking around with a sign advertising the film premiere of the 1936 American film, and Oscar winner, "Anthony Adverse." Scenes of shops and shop windows, crowded streets full of men, women, children, baby carriages, automobiles, etc. A quick cut to St. Mary Church in the old market square in Krakow and fruit market. In Jewish quarter, Orthodox Jewish men, traditionally dressed, yeshiva boys, horse cart driving away. Poster advertising comedians Dzigan and Schumacher in the BG - the show was on display from May to November 1937.

Duration
00:02:32
Event Date
1936-1937
Locale
Poland
Krakow, Poland
Language
Silent
Genre/Form
Outtakes.
Credit
US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Julien Bryan Archive
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Record last modified: 2018-11-27 11:03:12
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