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The second in a series of "Memorable Sound Pictures" sponsored by the Harvard Film Society will be shown tonight at the New Lecture Hall.
Organized in 1936 for the purpose of bringing great, but little-known motion pictures, the series will include "The Man Who Knew Too Much," directed by Alfred Hitchcock, "Neighbors Under Fire," a British war documentary production, "Professor Mamlock," an anti-Nazi film, and "A Nous La Liberte," directed by Rene Clair.
In order to meet the expenses of procuring these films, it is necessary for those who wish to see them to become associate members of the Flm Society for the duration of the series.
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