The Newman Center 16mm film series continues observing Jewish-American Heritage Month with a screening of 1942's "Commandos Strike at Dawn," starring the great Jewish-American actor Paul Muni as the leader of Norwegian resistance fighters teaming up with Canadian Commandos against the Nazis. As a child in New York City, Muni's chameleon-like performances made him a sensation of the Yiddish stage and he continued acting exclusively in Yiddish for two decades before appearing in his first English-language production (in 1926). In 1932, his spectacular titular performances in "Scarface" and "I Am a Fugitive from the Chain Gang" floored the public and critics alike, sealing Muni's destiny as a true legend of the silver screen. "Commandos Strike at Dawn" is free and open to all, with donations welcome to defray operation costs. More info at firstname.lastname@example.org.