Tag Archives: Richard Dreyfuss

spy vs. spy: wilde for dreyfus

Remembering Dreyfus. The time was la belle epoque, and the stage was France. But the chief actors in the drama- the double agents, perfidious generals, conniving politicians, and anti-Semites posing as patriots- have remained on the political scene ever since… … Continue reading

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dreyfus: spy fever pitch

Careless pillow talk. And to see the treason from the forest… To explain the impact of Col. Sandherr’s “discovery” on his superiors, it may be useful to recall certain aspects of the military and the social history of the period. … Continue reading

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dreyfus: delusions on Secret Judah

Manifestations of public delirium. A delusive dread of subversion turning into mass paranoia. An invisible enemy and a demonic skill in manipulating the channels of communication. The ghosts of the Dreyfus Affair are still with us, its residue a festering … Continue reading

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Jesse Marinoff Reyes: Universal, 1975 Directed by Steven Spielberg (b. 1946) Illustration: Roger Kastel (b. 1931) MAD January 1976 issue, #180 Illustration: “Mutz” aka Mort K√ľnstler (b. 1931) Countdown to Summer Vacation… Well, there have been shark sightings (and attacks) … Continue reading

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