Sculptor 'usher' At Work 1947

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    Mr Dufois, a sculptor, also works as an usher at the French Ministry of Finance.

    Various shots Dufois in his studio working on a bust of Guillon, Under Secretary of State to the Ministry of Finance, other busts ornament the room. Various CU's of his work. MS putting the finishing touches to a bust.

    Various shots of him at work as an usher, he is seen receiving Daniel Lacoste and showing him into the office of Mr Becuwe, an official at the Ministry. Various shots as Dufois works on bust.

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    2341.03
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    00:01:35:00
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    01:05:10:00 / 01:06:45:00
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    UN 1670 C
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