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French Film Today

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"L'Ami Fritz," a story of love in old Alsace, is the feature picture which the French Talking Films Committee will present in the Institute of Geographical Exploration today and tomorrow afternoon at 1.40, 4, 6.30, and 8 o'clock.

The film, a production of Jacques de Baroncelli after Erekmann-Chatrian, stars Lucien Dubosc of the Comedie Francaise in the title role of Fritz Cobus, the prize bachelor of the little village of Hunenbourg, who falls prey to the charms of his farmer's daughter, Suzel, played by Simone Bourday.

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