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1.1.2016. 16:57
11 najpoznatijih osoba koje su preživjele Holokaust

Roman Polanski, 10 other Hollywood Jews open up about surviving Holocaust

By Gabe Friedman,December 16, 2015

The Hollywood Reporter is commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust with a feature on 11 survivors who went on to careers in American entertainment. The project, released Wednesday morning online and in print, includes moving video interviews with all the subjects, including director Roman Polanski and sex therapist Ruth Westheimer. 
Director Steven Spielberg, the founder of the USC Shoah Foundation, wrote an essay for the feature. 

Reporter iz Hollywooda je prilikom komemoracije 70-godišnjice Holokausta razgovarao sa 11 preživjelih koji su napravili karijeru u američkom  životu zabave. Taj je projekt prikazan na internetu ( online) i štampan, a sadrži  video intevju sa svim sudionicima, uključujuči Romana Polanskog i Ruth Westheimer. Steven Spielberg, osnivač USC  Shoah Fundation  je tom prilikom napisao esej.  

To su:

  • Roman Polanski , 82, director of seminal films like “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Chinatown” and “The Pianist”.
  • Branko Lustig, 83, Academy Award-winning producer of films like “Schindler’s List” and “Gladiator”. 
  • Meyer Gottlieb, 76, president of Samuel Goldwyn Films and producer of films like “Master and Commander,” “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” and “Tortilla Soup”. 
  • Robert Clary, 89, film, TV and stage actor best known for his role on the sitcom “Hogan’s Heroes,” set in a German POW camp.  
  • Leon Prochnik, 82, screenwriter and editor, known for adapting the script of the play “Child’s Play” into a film directed by Sidney Lumet .
  • Ruth Westheimer , 87, sex therapist and TV and radio talk show host  
  • Curt Lowens, 90, film and stage actor known for portraying Nazi characters, including the notorious Dr. Josef Mengele in the Broadway play “The Deputy”.   
  • Bill Harvey, 91 , cosmetologist to the likes of Judy Garland, Mary Martin, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Liza Minelli.  
  • Ruth Posner, 82, founding member of the London Contemporary Dance Company, actress and former member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. 
  • Dario Gabbai, 93, actor in the 1953 war film “The Glory Brigade”
  • Celia Biniaz, 84 , supporter of the USC Shoah Foundation whose testimony was included in the DVD version of “Schindler’s List"