Mimes Were Adolf Hitler’s Ulimate Weakness In Upcoming Jesse Eisenberg Film

 August 4, 2018Rollie Quaid 

Marcel Marceau was the Jewish mime that worked with the French resistance during the Reich’s occupation of France during World War II. He supposedly rescued Jewish orphans whose parents were killed by “Nazis.”

On International Holocaust Remembrance Day that is observed annually on 27 January, the pantomime artist is acknowledged as a Hero who fought that “Nazis.”

Marceau, who is known for his sleight-of-hand performance, simply just mimed his way out of Nazi Germany under the Nose of Hitler – a video like that has to be good for a laugh, right?

Do you think Merceau read Charlie Chaplin’s Mime Kampf ?

When I was child I thought I had Metamfiezomaiophobia which is the fear of mimes, clowns, and people in disguise. By now I think I had the Hebrew-Jeebies.

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Conrad Veidt  played Gwynplaine Paul Leni’s The Man Who Laughs

Slate:

movie mogul Carl Laemmle had a great eye for German expressionism, The Man Who Laughs took the Universal “super jewel” series of gothic horror to new and unparalleled heights in cinematic intelligence. Like many a German expressionist nightmare, The Man Who Laughs (based on a novel by Victor Hugo)..”

Conrad Veidt starerd in Jud Süss (1934 film) also.

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Conrad’s Gwynplaine in The Man Who Laughs was the real life inspiration for DC’s Joker, but I also firmly believe that Marceau was a source of inspiration for the Joker. I mean, look at both of them – it’s obvious. Gwynplaine has only one factual expression while Marceau is man of many faces and emotions.

Joker doesn’t have the rigid stiffness of Gwynplaine, but instead has many modes of movement.

The boys at the International Holocaust Remembrance Day council don’t want to hear that Marceau is partially an influence on Finger’s/Kane’s Joker.

There is a certain appeal inside the Jewish psyche to want to put on the white make-up and be an agent of Chaos. Don’t believe me, just ask Roger Stone.

okers, despite their criminal activity, have a bit of “Tribal” loyalty.

“Proving that even the most maniacal sociopaths can love their country, the Clown Prince of Crime himself — the Joker — showed his national pride when he turned on the Red Skull in “Batman and Captain America” by writer/artist John Byrne.” -CBR

Guess who was the inspiration for Red Skull? It wasn’t Hitler. It was a hot fudge sundae with a cherry on top.

I’m in the mood for Ice Cream, SS-Style.

Paul Young said about the inspiration behind Red Skull:

As far-fetched as it sounds, Captain America co-creator Joe Simon revealed in his autobiography My Life in Comics a cold confectionery treat was his off-the-wall inspiration for the red-faced mad man.

Speaking of Red Skull, Marcel Marceau was on Red Skelton to perform the “The Lion Tamer & A Piece Of Bacon Friying imasportsphile.”

Jesse Eisenberg has been cast in the role of well-known Jewish-French mime Marcel Marceau in an upcoming film written and directed by Jonathan Jakubowicz called Resistance.

Variety:

(The)..role of Marceau has some resonance for Eisenberg — his mother worked as a professional clown.

Shia Labeouf’s father growing up was a street performing clown (in LA) too. What’s up with Tribe and clowns?

Eisenberg is known as playing the internet czar Mark Zuckerberg in “The Social Network”, which garnered him an Academy Award nomination.

NBC mistook Jesse Eisenberg for Mark Zuckerberg, but I’m confusing David Pakman for both of them.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League Jesse played legendary DC Comics villain Lex Luthor (Joker is in the DC universe too).

Luther: “God is Tribal!”

He played Sam Gold in Holy Rollers, which is based on a true story, where Gold recruited Hasidic Jewish kids to be drug mules to smuggle ecstasy from Europe into the United States.

He played Sam Gold in Holy Rollers, which is based on a true story, where Gold recruited Hasidic Jewish kids to be drug mules to smuggle ecstasy from Europe into the United States.

Eisenberg, I am going to have to pay to watch you pantomime out of Nazi Germany and laugh through it, because Jesse, you can’t act your way out of a nut sack – I mean that as a fan.

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