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Nine movie revivals will be presented on the New Lecture Hall screen this term by the Liberal Union Film Series, including two co-sponsored with the American Veterans Committee.
Five American products are on the program: Charlie Chaplin's "The Circus," Thursday, February 16; "The informer," with Victor McLaglen; Tuesday, February 21; "The Kiss,"' with Greta Garbo, March 2; "Of Mice and Men," with Burgess Meredith, April 11; and Chaplin in "Tillie's Punctured Romance," April 25.
Three French films are listed: "Children of Paradise," February 7; "The Well-diggers Daughter," March 7; and "Beauty and the Beast," May 9. The British production of "Henry the Eighth," starring Charles Laughton will be shown March 21.
Each show will be presented at 7:30 and again at 9:30 p.m.
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