Jud Süß ("Jew Süss") may refer to:
- Joseph Süß Oppenheimer (1698–1738), German-Jewish financier whose life and ultimate execution formed the basis for literary, stage, film and television representations
- Jud Süß (Hauff novel), 1827 novella by 22-year-old German poet and writer of historical romances, Wilhelm Hauff, who recounts, in semi-fictional manner, rise and fall of Joseph Süß Oppenheimer
- Jud Süß (Feuchtwanger novel), 1925 novel by German-Jewish playwright and novelist Lion Feuchtwanger; another partly fictional version, translated into English as Power
- Jud Süß (Feuchtwanger play), 1927 adaption by Feuchtwanger of his 1925 novel; translated and produced in October 1929 by New York's Yiddish theatre star Maurice Schwartz
- Josef Suss (Dukes play), 1929 play by English dramatist Ashley Dukes, who based it on Feuchtwanger's novel; in London September 1929; on Broadway in New York January 1930
- Jud Süß (Kornfeld play), 1930 theatrical piece by Czech-Austrian-Jewish German-language playwright and literary critic Paul Kornfeld; first staged in Berlin (November 1930)
- Jew Süss (1934 film), a British film based on Lion Feuchtwanger's 1925 novel, starring Conrad Veidt
- Jud Süß (1940 film), a Hitler-era German film notorious for its anti-Semitic propaganda; directed by Veit Harlan and starring Ferdinand Marian as Joseph Süß Oppenheimer
- Jew Suss: Rise and Fall, a 2010 German film which depicts events behind 1940 production
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