Something far from the usual run-of-the-mill travelogue movies is in store for the audience at the two South American movies scheduled for this afternoon and evening at the Institute of Geographical Exploration, the Summer School office announced.
These two films, "Our Neighbors Down the Road" and "Argentine Question" will have their showings at 2, 6:15 and 9:15 o'clock, and are open without charge to all Summer School students and the public.
"Our Neighbors Down The South" is a documentary film on the construction of the new, and as yet uncompleted Pan-American road which will link the two Americas. The pictures show the work from the chopping away of the underbrush to the final cement-laying on the road.
The second film, "Argentine Question," a March of Time feature, besides showing the geography of the country also pictures the political, religious, racial and economic complications. In this movie special attention is paid to the Argentine stand with respect to Nazi Germany.