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"L'Agonie des Aigles," a new French movie, will be presented by the French Talking Films Committee at the Institute of Geographical Exploration (2 Divinity Avenue) on Wednesday, February 13, and Friday, February 15, at 1.40, 4.00, 6.30 and 8.50 o'clock.
The motion picture, directed by Roger Richebe and with dialogue by Marcel Pagnol, is based on the novel "Les Demi Soide" by Georges Eparbes and deals with the efforts of the old soldiers of Napoleon to place L'Aiglon, Napoleon's son, on the throne of France. The cast includes Pierre Renoir as Colonel de Mentander. Constant Remy as Capitaine Deguereau. Debucourt as Lieutenant de Breuilly, and Annie Ducaux as Lise.
Harvard students may obtain tickets beginning at 10 o'clock on Monday, February 11, at Exhibition Hall, in Robinson Annex, on presentation of their Bursar's cards.
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