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Passover
[chronological order]

The Third Commandment - The Story of a Modern Exodus, WOR and AJC (1944)
Theme: Story of the heroic conduct of two friends- a Catholic priest and a rabbi. The priest accompanies the Jews on their modern exodus as they are forced to leave their Austrian village.
The Four Questions, WOR and AJC (1946)
Theme: Based on the life of Chaplain Irving Tepper.
The Bitter Herb, MBS and AJC (1947)
Length: 30 min. 17 sec.
Theme: Dramatization of how a Jewish family separated during the war is later reunited in America.
The Bitter Herb, MBS and AJC (1947)
Theme: Dramatization of how a Jewish family separated during the war is later reunited in America.
The Forgotten Letter, MBS and AJC (1948)
Theme: Dramatization of the first Passover celebration in the new world held in New Amsterdam in 1655.
Passover Program, CBS and AJC (1948)
Theme: Explanation and discussion of the Passover symbols.
Touro Synagoue, WPIX and AJC (1949)
Theme: Tells the story of this historic synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island.
The Camel and I, WOR-MBS and AJC (1949)
Theme: Story of the first Passover in the modern state of Israel.
The Wall, WOR-MBS and AJC (1950)
Theme: Dramatization of John Hersey’s novel The Wall, the story of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
The Passover of Rembrandt Van Rijn, WOR and AJC (1952)
Theme: Passover broadcast featuring actor Lee J. Cobb as Rembrandt.