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Under Paris, Cinephiles Elude Police

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Under Paris, Cinephiles Elude Police

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Police in Paris recently discovered a movie theater in an uncharted underground cavern near the Eiffel Tower, part of 200 miles of ancient tunnels and quarries below the city's streets. Most of Paris' catacombs are off limits, but cinephiles say they've been celebrating movies underground for decades. Eleanor Beardsley reports.

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