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Two Baroque Churches in Germany

USA, 1957 (MIFF 1963, Religious Art)

Director: Charles Eames, Ray Eames

Two baroque churches flash past in a blinding and colourful array of cherubs, altars, cornices, statues, ceilings, all ornamented in the fashion dear to baroque.

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