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Fear Anti-semitic Film in Hungary

July 12, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Fear that a forthcoming motion picture will contain anti-Semitic or inciting scenes, was expressed in Jewish circles today when it was learned that Kalman Zsabka, notorious anti-Semite, had been authorized to produce a motion picture.

The Hungarian Film Industry Fund, the official organ for promoting the moving picture industry in the country, intrusted Zsabka with the production of a picture.

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