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‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ Protested in Berlin


Dec. 6, 1930:  Fascists in Berlin protest a showing of the German version of “All Quiet on the Western Front.” “Fascists, who were planted in the audience, shouted, ‘Out Jews!’ hurled stench bombs and set white mice loose under the seats,” The Times said.

Ramon Novarro makes his debut in a Spanish-language film as director and star of "Sevilla de mis Amores," the Spanish version of MGM’s "Call of the Flesh."


Movie Star Ramon Novarro Beaten to Death, 1968

  Dec. 6, 1930, Protest  

  Dec. 6, 1930, Novarro  

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