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Starting tomorrow night a series of six movie masterpieces of five different countries will be shown at Cantabrigia Hall under the auspices of the John Reed Society and the Holyoke Bookshop. On each of the six nights throughout the year, a Charlie Chaplin short will accompany the feature.
The program is as follows: November 17, "Young Pushkin" (Russian) and Charlie Chaplin in "A Night at the Show," December 8, "A Nous La Liberte" and Charlie Chaplin in "'The Floorwalker." February 9, "The Wave" (Mexican) and Charlie Chaplin in "Burlesque of Carmen." March 2, "Crime and Punishment" (French) and Charlie Chaplin in "The Adventurer." March 23, "Shame of a Nation" (German) and Charlie Chaplin in "The Immigrant." April 13, "The Youth of Maxim" (Russian) and Charlie Chaplin in "The Cure."
A ticket covering the six films will be $1.50; for a single presentation, 35 cents. Tickets may be purchased at the Holyoke Bookshop, 19 Dunster Street.
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