The Dybbuk

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The Dybbuk

The Dybbuk

Release Date: October 03, 1960

Year    :   1960
Slogan    :   «»
Genres    :   Horror, Drama, Fantasy, History, TV Movie
Production Companies    :   Talent Associates
Director    :   Sidney Lumet
Producers    :   
Writers    :   Sholom Ansky, Joseph Liss
RunTime    :   104 mins.

The Dybbuk is a made for TV film adaptation of a classic Jewish folktale. The story is about a young Jewish man, Sender (Theodore Bikel) who loves a young Jewish woman, Leah (Carol Lawrence) but her father arranges her marriage with another man. The grief of this causes Sender to die, but his spirit passes into the body of his beloved on her wedding day. Rabbi Azrael (Ludwig Donath), who serves as our narrator through the beginning of the film, is charged with the task of exercising Sender’s Dybbuk (sometimes defined as a malicious spirit or demon who possesses the living) from Leah’s body.


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