Jew Süss

(1934)
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An awkward historical satire critical of the rising tide of Anti-Semitism in Germany. Based on the novel by Lionel Feuchtwanger, Jew Süss is the story of life in the 18th century Jewish ghetto of Württemberg. Süss (Veidt) works himself out of the ghetto and into a position of power himself with the help of an evil Duke.

  1. Lothar Mendes

    Director

  2. Lion Feuchtwanger

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Conrad Veidt

    Conrad Veidt

    Josef 'Jew Süss' Oppenheimer

  2. Benita Hume

    Benita Hume

    Marie Auguste

  3. Frank Vosper

    Frank Vosper

    Duke Karl Alexander

  4. Cedric Hardwicke

    Cedric Hardwicke

    Rabbi Gabriel

  5. Gerald du Maurier

    Gerald du Maurier

    Weissensee

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Jew Süss

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  • October 13, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 45m

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