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April 01, 1966 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-01

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Israel Launches
Experimental TV

Priceless Film, Long Houirs
Produce 'Let NI y People Go'

ewry (9n the At-

eyes of • children. Participating in
ETERNAL LIGHT—TV
the program are Ellen Leschen
Time: 2 p.m. Sunday.
and members of Center Theater,
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: "Home for Passover" Joyce Feurring, Mark Zussman
by James Yaffe will be presented. and Evelyn Orbach. Actual draw-
Based on a story of the same ings will be viewed as the chil-
name by Sholom Aleichem, this dren's poetry is read.
* * *
play tells of the perilous journey
HEAR OUR VOICE
that Fishel, the melamed takes,
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
in order to get to his home and
Station: WCAR.
his family for Passover. His ad-
Feature: Cantor Richard Tucker
ventures in a hired old cart are
humorous, but tell much about will present a musical commemo-
man's relationships with man and ration to Passover. Cantor Harold
his tendency to harbor totally un- Orbach will comment on the tradi-
tion of our people, the holiday of
justified suspicions of strangers.
* *
Passover, and the renditions pre-
sented.
DIRECTIONS '66
• *
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 7.
CHAPEL HOUR
Feature: "The Horse and His
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Rider" by Joseph Mindel is a story
Station: WJR.
which tells of the exodus of the
Feature: "The Springtide of the
Hebrews from Egypt—from Pha- Year" will be presented by Rabbi
raoh's paint of view. Pharaoh won- M. Robert Syme and Cantor Har-
ders why the Hebrew slaves did old Orbach in commemoration of
not want to stay in Egypt, and how the significance and meaning of
this ragged group of emigres Passover. Accompanist will be
brought about the defeat of the Bella Goldberg.
* * *
great Egyptian army.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Pupils in 32
schools in Tel Aviv received the
first television broadcast of local
origin—a lesson in mathematics.
The schools were chosen for the
experimental project for educa-
tional television transmitted by a
station financed by the Rothschild
family.
An Instructional Television Trust
was inaugurated shortly before the
first telecast in the presence of
Premier Eshkol, Education Minis-
ter Zalman A r a n n e and Lord
Rothschild of Britain, chairman of
the Trust. The Israel Government
decided last summer to establish
general television for Israelis by
the end of 1967.

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* * *

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2 and
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK.
Feature: "I Never Saw Another
Butterfly" is a collection of chil-
dren's poetry and drawings from
the Theresienstadt concentration
camp, and gives us a perspective
on those times as seen through the

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9 p.m. was taken by Nathan Axel-
rod, an early settler still living.

The film, from his personal libr-
ary, is so precious that he allows
no one to touch it and personally
screened it for producer-writer
Marshall Flaum.
In the '30s, German nationals
in Tel-Aviv told the British of a
cache of Jewish arms. When a
British party arrived to confiscate
the weapons, they were saved by
Mrs. Axelrod, who pushed them
through the British lines—in a
baby carriage.
Flaum screened nearly 3,250,-
000 feet of film to make his se-
lections for "Let My People
Go"—including captured Arab
and German film, U.S. Signal
Corps film, Haganah and Irgun
film and private stock. This her-
culean task took three months—
ten hours a day.
Film of the Warsaw Ghetto is
some of the most memorable foot-
age and comes from London and
Washington, where captured Ger-
man footage is stored.
Flaum guesses that the film
was taken by the Germans to show
to their own people, to brag about
the extermination program. On
seeing the film, they reasoned it
might backfire, and it was never
used. Flaum got it un-cut and un-
edited.

LET MY PEOPLE GO

HIGHLIGHTS

Magnificent

The film showing Jews settling
in Palestine in 1910 in the Xerox
special "Let My People Go," to be
seen on Channel 9 on Sunday at

Time: 9 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 9.
Feature: Richard Basehart nar-

rates this hour-long documentary
about the Jewish people's strug-
gle for a homeland. Included is
rare film footage, much of which
came from United Jewish Appeal
a g e n c i e s, and a considerable
amount captured from German
and Arab sources.

He came upon some most un-
usual film of mobs of Jews at-
tacking Germans. On rerunning
it to consider its possibilities for
inclusion, he discovered that the
fighting was faked: no one was
really hurt and both attackers
and attacked' wor e identical
boots: German Army issue. The
Germans had staged the episode
to "explain" their bestiality to
Jews.
Film taken in the Warsaw Ghetto
which was made available to Fla-
w'', was so shattering to watch
that his editor became ill. Flaum
had to edit himself for this parti-
cular episode.
In order to leave out some of
the horror while retaining the im-
pact, he edited some 3,000 feet— ,
over a half hour—into scenic
flashes and suggestions to hint
at what actually happened.
"Let My People Go" isn't the
result of the personal inspirations
of any single person at Wolper
Productions but rather an idea of
David Wolper's which fired others,
caught on and grew into consum-
ing passion on the part of the
entire studio.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 1, 1966-37

To our friends
and Patrons
fl Yel)' Happy
Passover from

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