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"La Kermense Horoique" in the title of the French film that will be presented for the first time at 1:45 o'clock this afternoon at the Institute of Geographical Exploration by the French Talking Films Society.
In addition the cinema will be shown at 4:15, 6:45, and 9 o'clock both today and tomorrow. All members of the University and Radcliffe may receive free tickets by presenting their Bursar's cards at Exhibition Hall in Hunt Hall.
Written by Charles Spaak, the story is set in a small seventeenth century, Flemish village, and relates the dramatic actions of the Burgomaster and his wife to save the citizens.
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