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Book Description
This is an original film script, Number. 32, Signed by 'Teddy Grove'. Green typed text in bright, clean condition. Boards have rubbing to edges and corners as pictured. There is a split to the bottom quarter of the binding spine. The pages have heavy foxing to end papers, page edges and title page. Lighter foxing throughout. This bundle includes two copies of the novel, the twenty-fourth and twenty-second editions. Both in good condition with some rubbing and marks to boards and spine. End paper of one volume has been clipped. Jew Süss (in the US re-titled Power – Jew Suss) is a 1934 British historical drama based on Lion Feuchtwanger's 1925 novel about Josef Süss Oppenheimer Directed by Lothar Mendes and Produced by Michael Balcon. The Screenplay was written by Dorothy Farnum and Arthur Rawlinson Unlike the Nazis' antisemitic film Jud Süß (1940), the British film is generally considered to be a faithful adaptation of Feuchtwanger's novel. It was intended to be a condemnation of antisemitism, not a justification of it. The German version is considered to be antisemitic propaganda. The film premiered simultaneously in London and New York on 4 October 1934. This is an original film script, Number. 32, Signed by 'Teddy Grove'. Green typed text in bright, clean condition. Boards have rubbing to edges and corners as pictured. There is a split to the bottom quarter of the binding spine. The pages have heavy foxing to end papers, page edges and title page. Lighter foxing throughout. This bundle includes two copies of the novel, the twenty-fourth and twenty-second editions. Both in good condition with some rubbing and marks to boards and spine. End paper of one volume has been clipped.
Author Produced By Michael Balcon
Date 1934
Binding Hardback
Condition Good

Price: £195.00

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