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July 24, 1987 - Image 67

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of selecting the contrasting
characters. Not necessarily in
order of appearance, there
was The Committed Jew,
Henry Winkler, whose
parents fled Germany in
1939. "I am very proud of be-
ing Jewish," he said with
great conviction.
Mazursky played The Am-
bivalent Jew. "I don't think of
myself as being Jewish," he
said. "I think of myself as a
person."
Dreyfuss essayed The Lib-
eral Jew, saying, "I've always
confused being Jewish with
being a left-wing New York
actor. I had no identity crisis
until the '70s, when being left
and Jewish were no longer the
same?'
Producer Irwin Winkler, a
thoughtful man not easily
classified, grew up in an Or-
thodox home but recalled
that his Jewish growth was
stunted at an early age.
The diverse roles, which
evolved and shifted as the
long discussion progressed,
yielded some solid points of
agreement:
In Europe, filmmaking may
be considered an art form, but
in Hollywood it's called the
movie business or industry,
and for good reason. Any sub-
ject is acceptable, if it appeals
to a wide enough audience to
turn a profit.
Admittedly, the profit
motive can be used as a ploy
to scuttle proposed films on
Jewish themes, but the argu-
ment cuts many ways.
"I've been trying to pro-
duce a picture based on
Kazantzakis' book "The Last
Temptation of Christ,"
reported Irwin Winkler. "I've
run into more opposition than
to anything else I've tried,"
primarily by theatre owners,
who worry mainly about box
office sales.
Hollywood doesn't need
gentile anti-Semites, because
"the most prejudice I've seen
is by Jews against Jews," said
one speaker, as the others
nodded agreement. As a cor-
ollary, the panel observed, too
many Jews inside and outside
Hollywood rationalize their
own failures by blaming them
on anti-Semitism.
Given the overwhelming
Jewish presence in the cre-
ative side of filmmaking, even
supposedly gentile characters
reflect Jewish attitudes. "The
Fonz (the Italian-American
hero of "Happy Days") was a
Jew," maintained Henry
Winkler. "Everything he
stood for, his whole mentali-
ty, was Jewish:'

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