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Time Out says

An early Menahem Golan production, this is a sort of Yiddish Ealing comedy, with Topol as the eponymous hero, an Oriental Jew who arrives in Israel in 1948 with his wife and seven kids. He finds his family being housed in a ramshackle transit camp instead of the elegant flat they were led to expect; and the comedy, such as it is, revolves around the workshy patriarch's remorselessly cute and very repetitive efforts to avoid doing a hand's turn while battling bureaucracy and accumulating enough money for a flat. Strictly for fans of Topol's particular brand of folksy charm.
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Release details

UK release:

1964

Duration:

105 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Ephraim Kishon

Cast:

Arik Einstein, Gila Almogor, Geula Noni, Haym Topol, Shraga Friedman

Music:

Yohanan Zarai

Art Director:

Joseph Carl

Editor:

Danny Schick, Roberto Cinquini

Cinematography:

Floyd Crosby

Screenwriter:

Ephraim Kishon

Producer:

Menahem Golan

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