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Inglourious Basterds: Shosanna Dreyfus; French and Jewish. She attracts the attentions of a Nazi and has a black boyfriend who is presumably not Jewish. Actress Mélanie Laurent is herself an authentic French Jew.
In the David Mamet film State And Main, Sarah Jessica Parker's character mentions that she loves Jewish men while seducing Philip Seymour Hoffman's character. Tying into the trope title, she comes to believe he's Jewish after finding Matzo in his hotel room, which was just a gift from the director. In fact, he is not Jewish.
In Millers Crossing, two Irish-American gangsters get into a love triangle with a Jewish woman.
The Brothers McMullen: Patrick has a rather Anvilicious relationship with a Jewish girl.
In GoodFellas, Henry Hill is an Irish-Italian gangster married to a Jewish wife while, apparently, raising his kids Jewish, too.
The Illusionist: This is a strong part of the subtext. The protagonist Eisenheim, a.k.a. Eduard Abramovich, is only Ambiguously Jewish (but not very ambiguously), but it's hard to escape the conclusion that the Crown Prince isn't the only reason he and Duchess Sophie von Teschen have to move to America to be together.
Leah in A Stranger Among Us. If she wasn't Hasidic, she would have trouble keeping track of all her boyfriends. As it is who ever the matchmaker picks for her is in luck.
In Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Smith (played by Angelina Jolie and therefore awesomely hot) tells her husband, once she's finally started being honest with him, "I'm Jewish."
Exodus : Agent Ben Canaan can win the heart of a girl just by making endless speeches of Zionist ideology.
In Bordello of Blood, Katherine Verdoux gets a serious case of this for Rafe Guttman. What's amazing is that, for such an exploitative, T&A, B-movie schlockfest of a film, there's actually a really interesting subplot going on about the tensions and conflicts of an interconfessional romance.
In Where the Truth Lies, Vince has a serious case of this for Lanny. It's not clear whether the reason Lanny rejects him is because he just has no homosexual inclinations whatsoever, or just because he's worried about what would happen to their careers if this became public knowledge.
Older Than Feudalism: In the Book of Genesis, Potiphar's wife becomes infatuated with the handsome Hebrew slave Joseph. She then proceeds to subvert the trope when, infuriated at his rejection, she plays the Wounded Gazelle and claims he tried to rape her, using his Hebrew origin to turn the other Egyptians against him.
In Trainspotting, Spud says his plans for his cut of the money are to settle down with a beautiful Jewish princess.
The novel Eighty-Sixed includes the slang for gays with ethnic fetishes: "beanie queens" are those who like Orthodox Jews. note "Bean queens" are those who like Latinos, while "rice queens" are those who like Asians. The "beanie" is partly a joking reference to "bean queens," but mostly a reference to yarmulkes.
In Richard III in the 21st Century, the titular time-displaced monarch falls for a beautiful single mom, Sarah Levine. He's shocked to discover she's Jewish and afraid of what this could do to their relationship and/or future children, being a medieval Catholic and all, but he comes around to happily going with the flow.
Lawrence Block's spy story The Cancelled Czech, with a girl who has been raised as a devout neo-Nazi ... and has intense sexual fantasies about Jewish men.
Live Action TV
Mad Men seems to love this concept, made especially relevant by showing that Jews are outsiders in the ad men's WASPy social circles. Don Draper's first and second-season mistresses are Jewish, as is his fourth season girlfriend. Roger's young wife is also Jewish. When Draper's firm lobbies for a job with the Israeli tourism bureau, and the executives take particular note of how beautiful Israeli women are.
NCIS: Ziva David, the Israeli agent. Ignore the fact that she's portrayed by a Catholic Chilean.
Eliot Spencer in Leverage seems to get a mild case of it toward Mikel Dayan, his counterpart in the rival crew in "The Two Live Crew Job."
Glee: Puck and Rachel date for no reason other than that they are both Jewish in a very obvious parody of the Token Minority Couple. Rachel also has a Stalker with a Crush in the form of Jacob Ben Israel (yeah, guess what religion he is).
In an episode of Law & Order: SVU, a serial rapist mentioned he's really, really into Jewish women, to the point of secretly corresponding with some while in his prison's equivalent of the Aryan Brotherhood.
In Band of Brothers, Liebgott is noted for being the only Jew in Easy Company (which at first leads to conflict with Guarnere when he takes offense at his scornfully referring to Sobel as "a son of Abraham." They're all friends later, though). He later tells Webster all about his plans for after the war to marry "a nice Jewish girl, with great, big, soft titties and a smile to die for," complete with hilarious gestures.
Played for Laughs of course in Childrens Hospital. Doctor Glenn Richie and his rival Rabbi Jewy McJewJew are beyond plain-looking, but catch quite a bit of lust from ladies at the Hosptial. Their Jewishness acts as a massive turn-on, thus Hilarity Ensues.
Coupling: "The Girl With Two Breasts" is a sexy Israeli.
One episode of The Big Bang Theory had Christy (a super-slutty friend of Penny's) becoming delighted at the discovery that her new beau is named "Howard Walowitz." "My first Jew!" she squeals. (Funny, we weren't aware she was collecting them.)
Elliott in Scrubs has an Imagine Spot where she builds herself the perfect husband and he turns out to be Jewish. She then mentions that her parents wouldn't approve.
Seventh Heaven, where Matt Camden meets, falls in love with, and secretly marries (all on the first date, no less! Although they hold an "official" marriage later for the sake of the parents) the lovely Sarah Glass. Matt Camden is the eldest child of Reverend Camden, while Sarah Glass is the only child of the extremely doting Rabbi Glass. Oops.
In a Suburgatory episode where resident Alpha Blonde Dalia dyes her hair and starts hanging out with a nerdy wannabe-magician named Evan (who she earlier mocked and ignored), it's believed she's just covering up her father re-marrying and her not being included. Then Evan dumps her, a further social disgrace, and she returns to her old hair color and social circle. The end of the episode shows her sneaking off to the garage to study the Torah.
Frank Zappa's song "Jewish Princess" from Sheik Yerbouti is a bit over the top, but a lot of things he lists in that song, crude though they may be, are definitely sexy.
Ninja Sex Party's Danny Sexbang (real name Leigh Daniel Avidan) invokes this trope in some of their songs, such as "The Decision":
The choice should be so obvious
And although he is mysterious
Don't you want a man
Who's tall, whose name is Dan
And he's Jewish
Danny's typical attire in a Ninja Sex Party video is a Blue Blazer-inspired leotard with a red Star of David.
Comedian John Mulaney has a segment where he says that the reason why he prefers Jewish girls is that they say what they feel and get him to stand up for himself when others treat him poorly.
In Me and My Dick, the hottest girl in school is described as a "cute little Jewish girl".
Jewtopia!: One of the main characters of the play wants a Jewish girl so he doesn't have to make another decision in his life. He marries someone posing as a Jew, but she converts at the very end of the play.
The Merchant of Venice: Jessica might be the oldest example of this in popular western literature. Jessica is the beautiful daughter of Shylock, and she runs away with Lorenzo, the gentile nobleman in love with her.
In an episode on race, the Game Overthinker takes a moment to give examples of how he has nothing against various ethnic groups. In most cases he has no particular opinion but he likes the Japanese for their technology and Jews for their ... hotness.