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THE 'MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY. AUGUST 31. 1967
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
...SATURDAY and SUNDAY
... At 7 and 9:05 P.M.
AUG. 30, 31 & SEPT. 1
dir. Marcel Camus, 1959. Color.
In response to popular demand-"the Best Foreign
musical and colorful, and horrifying-the Orpheus
the slums of modern Rio.
Film of 1959";
legend retold in
SEPT. 2, 3
POINT OF ORDER-
1964 (from 1954 telecast) Rt. Duncan, editor.
The Army-McCarthy Hearings-known at the end of that era ...
SEPT. 7, 8
dir. Orson Welles, 1942.
From a novel by Booth Torkington-Academy Award Winner starring
Joseph Cotten and Agnes Moorehead.
SEPT. 9, 10
THE RED DESERT
dir. Michaelangelo Antonioni, 1964.
(Color). The film before "Blow-Up"-starring Monica Vitti-
revealing cinema's promises for color.
SEPT. 14, 15, 16, 17
Janus New Film Program, Part I
(Due to high rental prices there will be a $1.00 admission charge.)
Michigan premiere of the best new short films, including work by
Richard Lester ("The Running, Jumping and Standing Still Film"),
Trufrnut, ,Rolanksi, Borouczyk and others. "A veritable textbook on
the art of contemporary cinema."
SEPT. 21, 22, 23, 24
Janus New Film Program, Part 11
($1.00 admission again, regrettably)
Another premiere weekend, featuring Jean-L,uc Godard, Hugh Hefner,
Samuel Beckett and others. Work of dazzling virtuosity and imagina-
SEPT. 28, 29
THE BURMESE HARP
dir. Kon Ichikawa> 1956. Japanese, subtitles.
From the director of "Fir.es on the Plain"-a tale of pacifism in
a World War II prison camp.
SEPT. 30, OCT. 1
OCT. 12, 13
THE MUSIC ROOM
dir. Satyajit Ray, 1958.
The great Indian director presents Chekhovian's tale, with music by
Ravi Shankar. TIME on Ray: "each of his works is a version of per-
Marius Trilogy, Part III: Cesar
dir Marcel Pagnol, 1936. French, subtitles.
OCT. 19, 20
STORM OVER ASIA
dir. Vsevclod Pudovkin, 1928. Russian, subtitles.
Exciting picture of the destruction of imperialism in Asia.
GRAPES OF WRATH
dir. John Ford, 1941.
From Steinbeck's classic comes this Academy Award Winner starring
Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell,
dir. James Whale, 1931.
The original with Boris Karloff, Clive Brooke.
THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD
dir. Howard Hawkes, 1951.
CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE
dir. Val Newton, 1964.
dirs. Marion C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsach, 1933.
SERGEI EISENSTEIN FESTIVAL
Cinema Guild salutes the great Russian director with a retrospective
showing of ALL of his completed feature films.
OCT. 31, NOV. 1
OLD AND NEW (1929)
Eisenstein's ". . . hymn to the coming mechanization."
NOV. 2, 3
ALEXANDER NEVSKY (1938)
Brutal drama of medieval Russia-with the most exciting battle scene
ever filmed. Music by Prokofiev,
THE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN (1925)
Voted "The Second Best Film of All Time" by the
International Film Critics.
NOV. 7, 8
TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK
THE WORLD (1928)
Eisenstein's vivid account of the events of the Bolshevik Revolution
50 years ago-November 7
NOV. 9, 10
IVAN THE TERRIBLE, PART I (1945)
The regal splendor and awesome power of the first Moscow czar.
Music by Prokofiev.
NOV. 11, 12
IVAN THE TERRIBLE, PART 11(1946)
Eisenstein's last film. Car Ivan's growing madness and perversity.
Partly in color.
THE MAN ON THE
dir. Clyde Bruckrman, 1935.
Starring W. C. Fields!
NOV. 18, 19
ON THE WATERFRONT
dir. Elia Kazan, 1954.
America's hero with gangsters in a longshoreman's union. 8 Academy
Awards-with Marlon Brando, Lee J. Cobb, Rod Steinger, Karl Mal-
den, Eva Marie Saint.
NOV. 30, DEC. 1
dir. Erich Von Stroheim, 1924 (silent)
With Zacu Pitts, Jean Hersholdt. Filmed from Frank Morris' novel,
DEC. 2, 3
dir. Jean Renoir, 1937. French, subtitles.
Is loyalty to one's class or to one's country
the more compelling?
Marius Trilogy, Part 1: Marius
Marcel Pagnol, dir. 1931. French, subtitles.
Part I of Pagnol's literary-film work of Marseilles.
OCT. 5, 6
THE. IRON HORSE
dir. John Ford, 1924.
Uncut version of Ford's monumental epic on the Winning of the* West.
Showing at 7:00 and 9:45.
OCT. 7, 8
Marius Trilogy, Part II: Fanny
dir. Marcel Pagnol, 1932.
Wine, Women and Song featuring Raimu.
OCT. 11 (Wednesday)
FREE SHOWING FREE
dir. F. N. Murnau'
"Dracula"-just as Bram Stoker's book told it.
DEC. 7, 8
dir. F. W. Murnau, 1927.
Probably the most beautiful and powerful film of the silent era.
DEC. 9, 10
DIAL M FOR,
dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1953.
Hitchcock at his chilling best,
with Grace Kelly, Ray Milland and
DEC. 14, 15
SINGIN' IN THE RAIN
dirs. Gene Kelly and Stanley Donan, 1952.
"Just about the best Hollywood musical of all time."--Pauline Koel.
With Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor.
DEC. 16, 17
dir. Norman McLeod, 1931
Story by S. J. Perlman. The Mark Bros. as stowaways and body-
guards of feuding gangsters.