Cinema: Tarzan in Moscow

Russian moviegoers, whose last look at a new U.S. film was The Men in Her Life, in 1945, may soon get another peep behind Hollywood's celluloid curtain. After nearly two years of negotiation, the Ministry of Trade in Moscow last week cleared the way for delivery of a million-dollar, 20-picture package. Among the films the Russians were dickering for: Madame Curie, The Yearling, The Wizard of Oz, Captain Kidd, Tarzan's New York Adventure.


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