The Dybbuk is a 1937 Polish fantasy film. From Wikipedia: "The Dybbuk is considered a seminal play in the history of Jewish theatre, and played an important role in the development of Yiddish theatre and theatre in Israel". It is a type of ghost/possession story, a tragic tale of love and loss and fate. This is not horror and not scary at all. This version has inter-titles and some subtitles:
The Chicago Reader has a consideration which says, "it's hard not to think of the three million Polish Jews who would be slaughtered during the Shoah only a few years after the film was made; if The Dybbuk is at all scary, it's as a harbinger of real-life horror."