L'ours cycliste

Title: L'ours cycliste
Translated Title: 
The Biker Bear
Paris in five days, second chapter, third hymen. An overcoat is made to be worn, especially after a night at Montmartre. Did he throw himself in the water? And this way..! I really need to sleep. It is a man who surreptitiously climbed over the edge of a bridge. How, you again? Stay, 'please'... I am used to this. The following episode at number 5. Paris in five days, second chapter, fifth hymen. I am so worried!.. I am afraid it might be an accident ... Have you seen Harry?. Harry? He has just been arrested for scandalous behavior on the public road. This dear boy..! I beg you, you who have influent friends, make them release him!. Hello!... Charleston restaurant?... I'd like to book the small blue saloon for tonight. Done. We are having dinner to night with the secretary of the Police Commissioner. Harry has been released!. Follow this taxi. The following episode at number 6. Paris in five days, second chapter, sixth hymen. Height o'clock!... And Harry is already in jail!. At the Charleston restaurant. Non! I would rather leave!. You are kidding Dolly!.. and the secretary of the Police Commissioner?. Turn to the fourth gear!... Car not fast enough!. Not fast enough!... A Roll-Rosse bought at the last hippomobile fair!...We are probably early because your friend is not here yet!. The next episode in number 7. Paris in five days, second chapter, seventh hymen. However, Harry has still not lost track... Face to face. Dolly's coat. Paris in five days, second chapter, eighth hymen. A monument of Paris that Harry will recognize. You, always you!. Give me your documents, both of you!. Count Costa!.. I know him he is a con man that we were looking for. There only remains, sir, for me to thank you for helping us arrest a bandit. This way ... very comfortable..!. The following episode in number 9. Paris in five days, second chapter, ninth hymen. The fifth day in front of Notre-Dame, Harry puts a ring around Dolly's finger... Here are our two betrothed back to New York. With a very Parisian chic. Harry introduces his fiancée to his friends. The end in number 10. Paris in five days, second chapter, tenth hymen. Harry tells the story of his travel. So.. Paris is a wonderful but slightly strange city... In what hotel did you stay? -We stayed in the Ville-Palace hotel. But no.. Did you see the Mona Lisa?. No! but I just had the time to see its frame! And the Eiffel Tower..?. The Eiffel Tower?.. It's a bit strange!.. I was told there was only one, and... I saw two of them!. And were you well welcomed?. Like a king. Some policeman that were specially assigned to me didn't stop taking care of me!... Ah Paris!... I will go back... The End. Toto, the cook. To his culinary talents, he joins a care for elegance. The house's cat doesn't like overcooked fish. This is why Toto lost his job. The end. Strasbourg, bearing of arms, 14th July 1922. The French troops march in front of the Kaiser's ex-palace. Mr. Alapetite, General Commissioner of the Republic at Strasbourg. Mr. Borromee, prefect of the Low-Rhine. Mr Peirotes, Mayor of Strasbourg. The general Pouydraguin, governor of Strasbourg. The machine guns. Battery of 75 reaches. Heavy artillery. Cyclist troop. The cavalry. Delegations of villagers came to acclaim the sovereigns. King Ferdinand, foreign princes and the Marshal Foch precede the Queen's coach. His majesty King Ferdinand of Romania. The Marshal Foch. Queen Mary of Romania's coach. Peasants wearing local costumes came from all the corners of the realm. The end. A great tragedian, Sarah Bernhardt. At 12 years old, Sarah Bernhardt is already grave and mystical. She obtains the first prize of tragedy in 1861. In 1868, she is a pensioner of the Odeon theatre. In 1872, she enters once again at the Comedie-Francaise where she had only stayed a couple of months. In 1884, she creates "La Dame aux Camellias". She triumphs in the Tosca that was performed in the theatre 'La Porte Saint-Martin'. She acts in plays by Jean Richepin. Then in 1891, she creates "Theodora" of Sardou. From 1893 to 1898 she lead the Renaissance theatre. There, she enacts Phaedra of Racine. "La Princesse Lointaine" (the far away princess) of Edmond Rostand. The Municipal Council in 1899, gives her a theatre that bears her name. This is where she creates "L'aiglon". "Les Bouffons" (the fools). Her tours in America were a big success. In Belle-Ile-en-Mer where she spent her holidays, she loved relaxing on the rocks of the wild coast. In her domain of Fort-des-Poulains, she received her friends. Here she is with Mrs. Charlotte Lyses. During the war in 1916, she shoots a film of Jean Richepin "Meres Francaises" (French mothers). (Eclipse editions). Here she is, coming out of the town Hall where she was just a witness for the wedding of Yvonne Printemps and Sacha Guitry. In 1921, she receives in her Belle-Ile property the stage director and the artists of the movie "Les Trois Mousquetaires" (the three musketeers). Her death was a huge consternation. Her funeral procession crosses all of Paris between a hedge of mourning spectators. ...and stops in front of the theatre she so skillfully managed. The young girls of the Art's orphanage accompanied her procession. Through the popular neighborhoods of the suburb of Saint-Antoine and the Roquette, the procession arrives at the cemetery of the Pere-Lachaise. The end. The students of the Naval school organized a triumphal evocation of the French marine throughout the years. Wearing the costumes of old marines, the students reconstituted all of the old fleet. Here is the galley with its rowers chained to their benches, under the guard of the overseer. From the marine of the antique caravel to the modern iron clad one, the motto stayed the same "Honor and homeland. The end. Number 2. French Railway and Customs workers in the Ruhr (sequel). The train service is facilitated by our Railway soldiers. At the closure station of Halthausen, our customs workers watch over the fraudsters. Travelers, car drivers, all must stop to have their luggage inspected by the customs workers. In Dusseldorf, the general Degoutte and the general of Rucroy inspect the troops aligned in front of the Hindenburg avenue. The general Degoutte presents the honor legion to the officers of the Belgian Chiefs of Staff who participated in the occupation of the Ruhr. Views from the Essen factories. Border of the occupation zone. The end. Funeral of two Frenchmen assassinated in the Ruhr. Buer. Huge funerals have been organized for the Lieutenant Colpin and Mr. Joly. The procession marches towards the station. Some inhabitants who didn't uncover their heads at the passage of the procession have been called to order. The General Degoutte comes to give a last goodbye to these two victims of duty. The end.