THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Temple University Course Tackles
Movie Industry's 'Jewish Problem'
It is remarkable that
men, when they differ in
what they think considera-
with a heavy accent."
like to fight. Woody Allen's
After World War II a movie characters in the '60s
The first course on "The new stereotype emerged, and '70s fall into that cate-
Jew in The Motion Picture" a Jew who was "a blond, gory."
at TemplesUniversity in blue-eyed muscular
Class discussions • and
Philadelphia has attracted youth," driving a tractor
a substantial number of "with his left hand and film choices are divided into
non-Jewish students, ac- holding a rifle in his right. three areas: Jews in the
cording to the teacher of the He is an Israeli and it is a Eyes of Non - Jews; Jews in
good self-image and a the Eyes of Jews; and Jews
In discussing the content useful stereotype for in Response to Non - Jews.
of the study material, Dr. Jews. Samuelson said
Norbert Samuelson argued "Exodus" had this new Walk-A-Thon
that models from movies act image, calling that film
as important cues to audi- "really a modern day Raised $1 Million
ences. They help non-Jews cowboy and Indian
NEW. YORK — The
form opinions of Jews and episode." He said that United Jewish Appeal's
'wish life and help Jews to film "illustrated that (UJA) sixth annual
,ok at themselves and, at Jews could finally be Walk-A-Thon, held in
times, to evaluate their John Wayne."
work and personal life. Im-
Dr. Samuelson, a profes- the United States and
ages of Jews have changed sor of religion who coordi- Canada last month, raised a
along with the film indus- nates the Jewish studies total of $1,082,958.
_program at Temple, said a
"In the '30s and '40s, the third image hit the screen in
Some 75,897 people
Jew was a character whose the '60s, when Zionism be- walked, biked, skated and
skin was pale," an old man, came "fundamental Jewish jogged in 41 communities.
dressed in black, "with a dogma. The Jew at that They were sponsored by
bent back," who was "usu- time emerged as "a thin, 46,688 businesses and indi-
ally praying and talked nervous type who doesn't viduals.
By BEN GALLOB
ble, are apt to differ in al-
most everything else. Their
difference begets contradic-
Friday, June 11, 1982 41
tion; contradiction begets
heat; heat rises into re-
sentment, rage and ill-will.
(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)
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