Hoy Recomendamos: Yidl Mitn Fidl, a yiddish song, a yiddish film

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      Filmed in Poland in 1936.¨
      “Director Green returned to his native Poland from America to produce this film, the most commercially successful musical in the history of the cinema, starring Molly Picon, consummate comedienne of theater, vaudeville, and film. This is the classic folk comedy about a man and his daughter who, penniless, decide to become traveling musicians. The daughter disguises herself as a boy to relieve her father’s anxiety about unforeseeable problems that could befall a young woman “out in the world.” They then join together with “another” father-son duo for music, comedy and romance. Green’s original screenplay was enhanced by the folksy lyrics of poet Itzik Manger and the memorable musical score of Abraham Ellstein, as well as the talents of Leon Leibold, the romantic lead who later starred in The Dybbuk and Tevye, and Max Bozyk, a character actor par excellence. Breaking away from the studio-bound cinematography of the early talkies, the film was shot on location in the picturesque town of Kazimierz and nearby Warsaw. With shtetl inhabitants as extras, the film captures the vitality and invincible spirit of traditional small town Jewish life. ” (source Imdb.com)

      Directed by
      Joseph Green
      Jan Nowina-Przybylski

      Writing credits
      (in alphabetical order)
      Joseph Green
      Konrad Tom novella

      Molly Picon … Itke aka Yiddle
      Leon Liebgold … Froim Kalamutker, the fiddler
      Simche Fostel … Arye, Itke’s father
      Max Bozyk … Isaac ‘Ajzyk’ Kalamutker
      Dora Fakiel … Taibele Lepski (as D. Fakiel)
      Chana Lewin … The Widow
      Symche Natan … R. Singer, theater manager
      Samuel Landau … Saul Gold
      rest of cast listed alphabetically:
      Max Brin … Marszelik

      Basia Liebgold … Taibele’s mother (uncredited)

      Produced by
      Joseph Green …. producer
      Jacob Kalich …. producer

      Original Music by
      Abe Ellstein Abraham Ellstein

      Cinematography by
      Jack Jonilowicz
      Seweryn Steinwurzel

      Production Design by
      Jacek Weinreich

      Art Direction by
      Jacob Kalich
      Czeslaw Piaskowski (uncredited)

      Production Management
      Józef Frankfurt …. production manager
      Edward Hantower …. production manager (as Edward Hantowicz)

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