Cinema: The New Pictures Mar. 2, 1925

The Miracle of the Wolves. France has at last challenged for foreign cinema honors. With immense pomp, with money said to have been furnished by the French Government, the people of Paris have started turning out a series of historical pictures. Call it propaganda if you will. They expect to sell it to the world under the admission wicket.

This film was the first strip of celluloid ever to be unfurled before a flame in the Paris Opera. At that occasion, the President of the Republic was...

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