As its March offering, the French Talking Film Committee will present "Coiffeur Pour Dames" by Paul Arnot and Marcel Gerbidon today and Friday at the Institute of Geographical Exploration on Divinity Avenue.
Included in the cast of the film is Fernand Gravy, who plays the title role, while Mona Goya takes the part of Aline, the young heroine. Gravy has long been recognized as one of the most prominent actors in France, and has appeared recently in many stage successes. The production, which has had a long stage run in France, contains a typically French theme, and deals with the romantic escapades of a country youth who ascends the ladder of fame as a fashionable hairdresser. Prior to the main picture, a short curtain raiser will be presented.
Tickets may be procured at Robinson Hall Annex, and will be void five minutes after the start of the performances which will be given at 2.15, 4.15, 6.45, and 8.45 o'clock on both days.