Nombre de messages : 85
Localisation : rue des moines, paris
Date d'inscription : 11/11/2006
|Sujet: Drole de Drame Masonic reference Ven 23 Jan - 14:18|| |
I don't know what to think of this post on this blog "Musik & islam" but may be someone else can ?
It's been published under the "REFERENSI FILM MASONIC" moniker here.
This is what it said about Drole de Drame
- Citation :
- An Anglican Bishop fulmigating against the evil of crime novels at
"Westminster Debating Hall" is framed by banners: one promoting Faith
and Strength also displays an illustration of clasped hands.
[00:03:16]. The clasped hands image was a common depiction of Christian
fortitude while also being adopted by such fraternities as the Orange
Lodge, Odd Fellows and Freemasons as a sign of brotherhood or
solidarity. Drôle de drame ou L'étrange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
(1937). Directed by Marcel Carné.