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As its first production, the Harvard Film Society announced last night that it will present a program of six early films, showing the "Development of the Narrative," in the auditorium of the Institute of Geographical Exploration, January 28.
Almost 400 students have already joined the Society, and the first evening performance is now sold out, according to Hume Dow '38, treasurer of the Society.
"The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots," "The Great Train Robbery," famous early melodrama, and "A Trip to the Moon," are features of the first program. It was announced that there are about 150 seats available for the afternoon showing. Undergraduates may join the Society by payment of $1. This membership entitles them to a ticket for all five programs.
The afternoon performance starts at 4 o'clock, and the evening showing being at 8 o'clock. A piano score of appropriate music for the period when the films were released has been obtained to lend the proper atmosphere.
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