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Napoléon (1927)
Abel Gance's film Napoléon features a striking scene in which Rouget de Lisle's "la Marsellaise" is first sung. An all-seeing eye in a triangle can be seen on a pillar. Not a masonic symbol in itself, it is often identified as such.

Napoléon (1927). Written and directed by Abel Gance. Albert Dieudonné, Vladimir Roudenko, Edmond Van Daële, Alexandre Koubitzky, Antonin Artaud, Abel Gance, Gina Manès, Suzanne Bianchetti, Marguerite Gance, Yvette Dieudonné, Philippe Hériat, Pierre Batcheff, Eugénie Buffet, Acho Chakatouny, Nicolas Koline. France, 240 min. Silent, (Dolby 1981 re-release), Black and White (tinted).
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