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This Jewish Hollywood Cowboy Invented the Pie-in-the-Face Genre

By On August 1, 2017

A Jewish kid from Arkansas pulls off the ultimate reinvention and makes himself a cowboy. In the process, he becomes a motion-picture pioneer — not least by filming the first on-screen pie-in-the… Read More

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This 1915 KKK-Loving Film Built a Jewish Movie Empire

By On May 30, 2017

You might not think you’ve heard of the Russian-born Jewish motion picture magnate Louis B. Mayer, but if you’ve heard of MGM Studios you have. Mayer, the second ‘M’ in MGM, made… Read More

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The Jews Who Adopted Louis Armstrong

By On September 21, 2016

International jazz legend. Radio and film star…raised by Jews? Yup. Well, sort of. Louis Armstrong, also known as “Ambassador Satch,” was unofficially adopted by a family of Jewish immigrants from Lithuania who had a… Read More

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The Jewish Country Music King

By On July 24, 2014

He’s 6’7″, wears a long grey ponytail down his back, and was named Texas Musician of the Year in 2004. His name is Ray Benson, and in addition to being the founder of… Read More

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Video: A Millenial Becomes a Man

By On February 19, 2013

Daniel’s becoming a man! With the help of Atlanta royalty Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, and Mayor Kasim Reed, a boy tells the world – with a small army of fixers and production… Read More