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"Pasteur", written, directed, and acted by Sacha Guitry, will be presented by the French Talking Films Committee on Wednesday and Friday of this week at the Institute of Geological Exploration.
Students may obtain tickets by the presentation of their bursar's cards at Hunt Hall on Tuesday or Wednesday between 9 and 5 o'clock. Performances will be given at 1.40, 4, 6.30, and 8.30 o'clock on both days.
The American version of this film is now playing at the Paramount in Boston, but this differs from the French production in that the latter includes only the start life of Pasteur, with no women in the cast, and thus no romance in the story.
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