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"A Touch of the Times," Ivy Films' first production, will be presented tonight in Emerson D and tomorrow night in the New Lecture Hall. There will be two shows each evening at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

The film has not been shown publicly since its premiere on October 14. Warner Bros, looked at it and decided that cutting it down to the twenty minute length which they felt necessary would be impossible.

Ivy Flims had scheduled a Movie Critics Forum on Tuesday night which was called off because two of the critics, Cyrus Durgin and Eliner Hughes, could not attend.

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