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Reno Jewish Film Festival (2008)
Vancouver Jewish Film Festival (2003)

Yes, it's just your typical all-Yiddish shoot-'em-up: a small boy falls out of a covered wagon on its way West and shows up years later as a quick trigger cowboy. When he is unjustly accused of theft, a gunfight breaks out to the strains of "Oyfn Pripitchik." This spoof was made by adding a Yiddish dialogue to the Son of Oklahoma, a 1932 Hollywood Western. A hilarious short for a Yiddish-speaking audience!

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The Cowboy

USA, 1968, 11 minutes, B&W
Yiddish (unsubtitled)
Directed by Abe Wexler
Director (Son of Oklahoma): Robert North Bradbury

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Public Exhibition 16mm, Beta Rental also available

 
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