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February 02, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

• Tues.

Friday, February 2, 1968-29

Feb. 13 of 8:30
Ford Auditorium

"The President's Analyst," star-
ring James Coburn leads the
parade of motion picture entertain-
ment currently available in and
around Detroit. Co-starred in this
marathon of laughs are Godfrey
Cambridge, Pat Harrington and
Joan Delaney. "The President's
Analyst" is now showing at the
Bloomfield, Carmen, Great Lakes,
Livonia Mall Cinema, Macomb
Mall Cinema, Six Mile and Warren
Cinema Theatres.
Terror and suspense permeate
the film, "The Comedians," which
stars Richard Burton, Elizabeth
Taylor, Alec Guinness, Peter Us-
tinov and Paul Ford with Lillian
Gish. Filmed on location in Haiti,
"The Comedians," from the novel
by Graham Greene, is playing at
the Calvin, Quo Vadis, Village and
Woods.

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
- KRESGE CONCERT

conducted by

5IXTEN EHRLING

MARIAN ANDERSON

narrating Aaron Copland's

"A- LINCOLN PORTRAIT"

Tickets $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 at Ford Aud. Box Office (961-0700),
all 15 Grinnell's stores, all Hudson's.

Choice seats available for all performances!

HARRIS- REDGRAVE.NERO.HEMMINGS .JEFFRIES

RICHARD

FRANCO

VANCSSA

DAVID

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In breathtaking 70MM wide screen & full sterophonic sound.

Schedule et P.1,..
end Performances
MATINEES AT 7100 P.M.
(Wed., Sat., San.. A Holidays)
EVENINGS AT II:00 P.M.
(Monday thru Saturday)
EVENINGS AT 7130 P.M.
(Sundays)

- Orchestra Weeny
Middle
Top
N
in• lime (A-E) Balcony (F.101.1cony(L-11)

57.50

82.50

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61.50

57.00

$3.00

$3.00

67.50

$2.00

33.00

$3.00

57.50

57.00

Extra Matinees Feb. 12, 22; Apr. 15, 16, 18, 19

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MAIL SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH CHECK OR MONEY
ORDER PAYABLE TO THE UNITED ARTISTS THEATRE

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Sal OWN Rpm 12 Mose Te 9 P.Y.

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"GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU PINNED

TO THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT!" -N.Y. Day News

"SUSPENSE THRILLER ...THE TENSION IS
TERRIFIC AND THE MELODRAMATIC ACTION
-N.Y. Times
IS WILD!"

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HEPBURN
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Walt Disney's "The Jungle
Book," inspired by Rudyard Kip-
ling's classic Mowgli stories, is
the last of the animated features
to come from the late master's
hand. The animated musical com-
edy tells the story of a boy who
wants to live his life in the jungle
among the animals he knows and
loves. "The Jungle Book" is being
featured now at the Birmingham,
Civic-Detroit, Gateway, Macomb-
Mount Clemens, Redford, State
Wayne, Warren and Wyandotte-
Main.

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"A MARATHON OF SOLID LAUGHS!
A DELIGHTFUL WAY TO BLOW
YOUR MIND!" —Bob Solmagal,WINS Raab
"FUN—A BRIGHT ORIGINAL IDEA
DEVELOPED WITH JAUNTY GOOD
HUMOR AND REAL FLAIR!"

—Howard Thompson,

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THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST"

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Jean Claude Killy, Nancy Greene, Meddle Goitschel,

Featuring

Sue Chaffee, Jimmy Huega, Annie Famose, Roger Staub, Alf Engen,

Karl Schranz, Joan Hannah, Art Furrer, Junior Bounous, and others.

Weekdays: 7:30, 9:30.

4•Hr. Meter Parking
front of Theatre

Sat.:

6:00, 8:00, 10:00

Sun 5:30, 7:30, 9:30

STUDIO-NORTH

Woodward at 9-Mile • LI. 1.5168

DETROIT PREMIERE WED., FEB. 7

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Greenfield at &18Ie • U. 24107

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ACRES OF FREE PARKING

FILM FESTIVAL

Wed &
Thurs SHORS
Alexander Dovzhenko — at 8:35 only
Jan 31, Feb 1 anuno (1939)
CHAPAYEV (1934) Sergei & Georgy Vassiliev —

at 7:00 & 10:35

Fri & Sat
Feb 2 & 3

DON QUIXOTE an

— at 8:35 only

Color) (1959) Grigory Kozintsev

THE CRANES ARE FLYING

(1958) Mikhail

torov — at 7:00 & 10:30

TTTTT DANT ',mama
NUT TO

Sunday
Feb 4

Kala-

STUDIO I

Livernois at Davison • WE. 3-0070

FILM FESTIVAL

Tim* Mogoakto

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- DELANEY
• SEVERN DARDEN • ennenvnonenor

MIMS

Races and straight
ski sequences
are thrilling."

N.Y. Timm

"A BROAD, BAWDY SATIRICAL SPOOF!"

NAM" MORI Ramo

"BREATHTAKING!
COLORFUL AND
LIGHTHEARTED!"

"PICTORIALLY
BEAUTIFUL!

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Mc-TV Today Show

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STUDIO NEW CENTER

3rd at the Blvd. • TR. 4-0025 FREE PARKING • Entrance on 3rd opp. Theatre

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Sat.: 6:00,8:00, 10:00
Sundays: 5:30, 7:30, 9:30

Weekdays: 7:30, 9:30.

Final Days "SMASHING TIME" Weekdays 7:30, 9:30; Sat. 7, 9, 11;
Sun. 5:30,
7:30, 9:30

Schaefer at McNichols

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WARREN CINEMA I

CINEMA II •

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and
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THE MORE
APPALLING IN

1

POSSIBLY THE
BEST FILM
OF THIS YEAR!

Positively Ends
Feb. 13

After"A MAN AND A WOMAN", the new love story by Claude Lelouch

IN DISMAY
WHEN YOU
SEE

41113) vacteecoLon•PI10.4 ~tam on011.-SEVIN ANTS SW
Now showing! Exclusively at These Theatres!



Paramount's "The Penthouse"
is currently available at the
Palms Theater, Livonia Mall
Cinema, Warren Cinema, Wyan-
dotte-Main and Towne Theaters.
The gripping study of a day in
the lives of two ordinary people
who find themselves suddenly
thrown into a nightmare of ter-
ror, the Technicolor attraction
stars Terence Morgan, Suzy ("To
Sir, With Love") Kendall and
Tony Beckley.

10111.1

a.si,b,EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR.

NOW
SHOWING

Comedy, Shockers
Now on Screen

SHADOWS OF OUR FORGOTTEN ANCESTORS

(Color) (1964) Sergei Paradjhanov —
at 2:45, 5:30 & 8:25
PLISETSKAYA DANCES (1965) Vassili Katanyan

— at 4:15. 7:10 & 9:55

Mon & Tues
Feb 5 & 6

POTEMKIN

(1925) Sergei Eisenstein —

at 7:15 & 10:15

ALEXANDER NEVSKY

— at 8:25 only

•AIIMIke
1127 TO neIATIM

(1938) Sergei Eisenstein

(music

by Prokofieff)

STUDIO I

tivernols

at Dansos • WT. 3-0078 .

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