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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY and FRIDAY.. .SATURDAY and SUNDAY

JANUARY 4, 5
KLONDIKE ANNIE
dir. Raoul Walsh, 1936.
Starring Mae West
JANUARY 6, 7
THE MAGICIAN
dir. Ingmar Bergman, 1958.
The great Swedish director pursues the irony
of identity.

JANUARY 11, 12

MY HUSTLER: FROM 42nd ST
TO FIRE ISLAND
dir. Andy Warhol, 1967
From America's leading experimental leader,
bizarre world of underground New York.

the

FEBRUARY 3, 4
MR. ARKADIN
dir. Orson Welles, 1955.
Welles' innovations explode "like a grenade along
its groovings." Includes famous flea circus.
FEBRUARY 8, 9
GORKY TRILOGY, Part 2
MY APPRECENTICESHIP
dir. Mark Donskoy, 1939
Donskoy's humanity shines through surrounding
poverty as the young writer-to-be goes out
in the world.
FEBRUARY 10, 11
ASHES AND DIAMONDS
dir. Andrey Wajda, 1958.
A masterpiece from behind the Iron Curtain.
Day of decision for a Polish underground
resistance fighter. First time in Ann Arbor.
FEBRUARY 14
EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM No. 3
FEBRUARY 15, 16
GORKY TRILOGY, Part 3
MY UNIVERSITIES
dir. Mark Donskoy. 1940
Comparable only to Flaherty and Satyajit Ray,
who credits Donskoy for best evoking genuine
and spontaneous sentiment."
FEBRUARY 17, 18
THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE

JANUARY 13, 14
VIRIDIANA
dir. Luis Brunue!, 1961
The Spanish anarchist's view of bourgeois
morality and the Church.
JANUARY 17
EXPERIMENTAL FILM PROGRAM No. 1
JANUARY 18, 19
BROTHER ORCHID
dir. Lloyd Bacon, 1940
An action-packed drama of gangsters and
clergymen, with Edward G. Robinson, Humphrey
Bogart, and Ann Southern.
JANUARY 20, 21
LA NOTTE
dir. Michelangelo Anton ioni, 1960
How the rich amuse themselves at night.

MARCH 16, 17
LOLA
dir. Jacques Demy, 1960
"elegant variants on the theme of love lost,
love found, love rejected."
MARCH 21, 22
BOUDU SAVED FROM DROWNING
dir. Jean Renoir, 1932
A Parisian hobo leaves social norms to find the
humanity and compassion that makes Renoir so endearing.
MARCH 23, 24
PICNIC ON THE GRASS
dir. Jean Renoir, 1959 (color)
"a frolic in which the life-force routs the
theorists of a brave new world."
MARCH 28
SCARLET EMPRESS
MARCH 29
SHANGHAI EXPRESS
dir. Josef von Sternberg, 1932 and 1934.
Each stars Marlene Dietrich as a florid femme fatale.
MARCH 30, 31
CBS DOCUMENTARIES
A specially assembled collection of television's best.
APRIL 4, 5
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
diri. Max Reinhardt, 1935
Bert Lahr, James Cagney, and Mickey Rooney
make Hollywood's reply to Shakespeare.
APRIL 6, 7
PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC
dir. Carl Dreyer, 1928.
An unforgettable elegy- includes the most famous
wisp of hair in the history of art.
APRIL 11, 12
TO HAVE AND TO HAVE NOT
dir. Howard Hawkes, 1944.
from Hemingway's novel, adapted by Faulkner. Stars Humph-
rey Bogart and Lauren Bacall; the film that began their legend.
APRIL 13, 14
THE LAST MILLIONAIRE
dir. Rene Clair, 1935.
Delightful satire on a mythical kingdom of human folly.
APRIL 18, 19
DAMES
diri. Busby Berkeley, 1934.
An uproarious musical; dancing girlsgalore!

FEBRUARY 22, 23
THE CABINET OF
dir. Robert Wiene, 1919.

DR. CALIGARI

JANUARY 25, 26
MEIN KAMPF (1960)
Hitler's story, made in Sweden from the
footage of German newsreels.

JANUARY 27, 28
GORKY TRILOGY,
(THE CHILDHOOD
dir. Mark Donskoy, 1938
The great Russian writer's
Truly memorable.

Part 1
OF MAXIM GORKY)
early life and family.

and
THE JOYLESS STREET
dir. G. W. Pabst, 1925
Two of the all-time greats in film history,
the heights of the Golden Age of German
Expressionism.
FEBRUARY 24, 25
MASCULIN-FEMININ
dir. Jean-lucGodard, 1966
The youth scene at a Marx Brothers' pace.
First time in Ann Arbor.
MARCH 6-10
SIXTH ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL
MARCH 14, 15
THE LONG VOYAGE HOME
dir. John Ford, 1940
John Wayne and Ward Bond on a trans-Atlantic
cargo ship threatened by attack. Based on
O'Neil's Caribbean plays.

JANUARY 31
EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM No. 2
FEBRUARY 1
SPECIAL EVENT
Stan Vanderbeek hosts films and insight.
FEBRUARY 2
CHARLIE CHAPLIN NIGHT

APRIL 20, 21
THE BIG
dir. Charles
Starring the

STORE
Riesner, 1941.
Marx Brothers!

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