The Juggler (1953)

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In 1949, former concentration camp inmate and Berlin native Hans Muller, immigrates to Israel where, due to psychological problems, he can't adjust to peacetime life.



  • Kirk Douglas and Milly Vitale in The Juggler (1953)
  • Milly Vitale in The Juggler (1953)
  • Kirk Douglas in The Juggler (1953)
  • Kirk Douglas and Beverly Washburn in The Juggler (1953)
  • Kirk Douglas and Beverly Washburn in The Juggler (1953)
  • Kirk Douglas and Milly Vitale in The Juggler (1953)

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28 September 2007 | whpratt1
| Outstanding Film
Grew up in Queens, New York and had a wonderful Jewish family as my next door neighbors and one day I noticed the lady of the house had a number stamped on her arm and heard the story of what she experienced and it left a great impression on me all my life. This film directed by a very famous man Edward Dmytryke gave a great portrayal of the mental effects it had on a man named, Hans Muller, (Kirk Doublas) who was a German refugee from Germany relocating to Israel after WW II. Hans Muller was a Juggler who entertained many people and young children and was a wonderful tender hearted man, but he had serious psychological effects from his being confined in the Nazi Concentration camps and witnessed the horrors of what Hitler created for human beings being burned in ovens. Milly Vitale (YaEl) gave a great supporting role and this is truly a great great film that will show many generations what really went on during the Horrors of Nazi Germany.

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