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The Unicorn Mystery

France, 1954 (MIFF 1958, A Parcel From Paris)

Director: J. C. See, Arcady

The six famous tapestries of "The Lady and the Unicorn" are kept at the Cluny Museum of Paris, and while they are held to be masterpieces of French art, their meaning is a mystery.

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