The Oppenheim Family

The Oppenheim Family (Russian: Семья Оппенгейм, romanizedSemja Oppengejm) is a 1938 (released in May 1939 in the USA) Soviet drama film, directed by Grigori Roshal. It is one of the earliest film directly dealing with the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany. Based on The Oppermanns - a novel by Lion Feuchtwanger.

The Oppenheim Family

CastEdit

  • Vladimir Balashov - Berthold Oppenheim
  • Joseph Tolchanov - Martin Oppenheim
  • Ada Wójcik - Liselotte
  • Nikolai Plotnikov - Edgar Oppenheim
  • Galina Minovitskaya - Ruth Oppenheim
  • Raisa Esipova - Sybil
  • Osip Abdulov - Jacques Lavendel
  • S.D. Zykov - Heinrich Lavendel, schoolboy, friend of Bertolt
  • Solomon Mikhoels - Jacobi
  • Sergey Dnieper - Francois, director of the gymnasium
  • Arkady Blagonravov - Lorenz, director of the clinic
  • Nikolay Bogolyubov - Weller
  • Vladimir Solovyov - Pahinke
  • Aleksey Konsovsky - Richard
  • Mikhail Astangov - Vogelsang
  • Konstantin Karelian - Rittersteg
  • Sergey Martinson - Gutwetter poet
  • Mikhail Derzhavin - Wells, industrialist

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