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The Affair Blum (1949)

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The German The Affair Blum is based on a true 1926 incident that helped sow the seeds of anti-Semitism that Hitler so effectively exploited. A poverty-stricken wretch kills a man during a robbery. But the German authorities aren't interested in "small potatoes"; they've already made up their minds that a prominent Jewish industrialist, Dr. Jacob Blum (Claus Becker), is the guilty party. Once they determine the true identity of the killer, the police use the culprit to build up a circumstantial-evidence case against the industrialist. Only the intervention of an honest cop saves the innocent Blum from falling victim to blind prejudice.
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NR
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Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Helmut Rudolph
as Wilschinski
Paul Bildt
as Judge Konrad
Arno Paulsen
as Wilhelm Platzer
Gisela Trowe
as Christine Burman
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