Warsaw's Atlantic Theater was jammed. Patiently the audience sat through the newsreel and the shorts. Then, instead of the promised Hollywood feature, a substituted picture came onThe Eight-Hundredth Anniversary of Moscow.
The Warsaw audience booed and hooted. Hastily summoned policemen blocked all exits from the theater. Moscow flickered off and the house lights went up, revealing row after row of spectators standing with their backs to the screen.
The manager, though he had instructions to show the Russian propaganda pageant, surrendered. The U.S. show went on. When it was over, the audience marched out crying "Long live America!"
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