Alec's Irish Roz

A Majority of One (Warner). A Jewish comedian once remarked that Jewish humor is universal: it can be understood in all five boroughs of New York City. This Jewish situation comedy is a case in point. It was one of Broadway's top dollars for 16 months (1959-60). but as a movie it will surely seem a little alien to an average goy west of the Hudson. Nevertheless, to those with a taste for such things. Majority will come as a warm though slightly soggy knish of sentiment.

Like the play, a too-cute intercontinental switch on Abie's Irish Rose, the film tells the...

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