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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 10, 1969

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L SCHEDULE FOR 196
THURSDAY thru SUNDAY at 7 and 9:05 P.M. unless otherwise noted

sept. 4-5 JULES AND JIM
Dir. Francois Truffaut, 1961
Well known as a serious art form and also a good movie. With
Oscar Werner, and gorgeous Jeanne Moreau. In color and Cinema-
sop
setp. 6-7 IVAN THE TERRIBLE, PART 2
Dir. Sergei Eisenstein, 1948.
Fisenstein's last film (in black and white with special color sequences
-a mammoth epic portrait of the crazed Czar Ivan. Come as you are.
sept. 11-12 ALL THESE WOMEN
Dir. Ingmar Bergman, 1964.
Bergman's first color film, a merciless spoof on Bergrman and his
critics. With Jar) Kulle, Bibi Anderson.
sept. 13-14 FIRES ON THE PLAIN
Dir. Kon Ichikawa, 1959.
Donald Riche calls Ichikawa "the most brilliant of the new stylists."
His film is a powerful story of war, superbly visualized, a totally
engaging film.
seot. 16 and 17 THE SECOND CINEMA GUILD
DIRECTOR'S FESTIVAL
On these two nights, Cinema Guild will present a retrospective of
the works of one of the major directors in American underground
film, Richard Myers. Mr. Myers will be present with his work which
will include the prizewinning feature-length film "Akron, which
took a top prize in last year's Ann Arbor Film Festival.
sept. 18-19 QUEEN CHRISTINA
Dir. Rouben Mamoulian, 1933.
The greatest face on the silver screen-Garbo-cis Queen Christina
of Sweden
sept. 20-21 L'AVENTURA
Dir. Michelangelo Antonioni, 1960
A masterpiece from one of the great authors of the cinema who
Stanley Kauffman calls a "uniquely gifted artist." With Monica Vitti.
sept. 20-21 double feature
DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID
Dir. Luis Bunuel, 1964.
Bunuel's patented mixture of sex and sadism. With Jeanne Mor'au.

oct. 2 VARIETY
Dir. E. A. Dupont, 1925.
Emil Jannings, the first man to win an Academy Award for acting,
in his greatest role. The film which put American film-goers into a
"white heat of Enthusiasm."
oct. 3 GOLEM
Dir. Paul Wegener, 1920.
A frightening parable of a man given the power to create life.
oct. 4 THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI
Dir. Robert Wiene, 1920.
The perennial masterwork of the Expressionist cinema fresh as when
it was first released.
oct. 5 THE CAT AND THE CANARY
Dir. Paul Leni, 1927.
Made by expressionist director Leni in Hollywood this film became
the "cornerstone of Universal Studios school of horror."
oct. 9-10 UGETSU
Dir. Kenji Mizoguchi, 1953.
"That most perfect of all film," Donald Riche. A poor potter in an age
of violence who is bewitched by spirits and then by himself."
oct. 11-12 CHILDREN OF PARADISE
shown at 7:00 & 10:00
Dir. Marcel Carne, 1944.
A romantic setpiece made during the Nazi occupation of France.
Long awaited in Ann Arbor, a film you can cry in without feeling
ashamed. With Jean-Louis Barrault and Arletty.
oct. 15 KATCHANYUNGA
Dir. Sutyajit Ray, 1962.
The Indian Ray is an old favorite of Ann Arbor film goers and this is
sure to please.
oct. 16-17 JUDEX
Dir. Georges Franju, 1963.
First Ann Arbor showing. Franju has skillfully remade one of the
great action serials of the silent screen. A truly magic film.

nov. 6 EARTH
Dir. Alexander Dovjenko, 1930.
A lyric to the Russian earth, by one of the three masters of the Soviet
cinema.
nov. 7 OLD AND NEW
Dir. Sergei Eisenstein, 1926-1929.
Originally designed as a propaganda piece for new agricultural
methods, in Eisenstein's hands it becomes a film of towering visual
beauty.
nov. 8-8 LA STRADA
Dir. Frederico Fellini, 1954.
Truly one of the masterpieces of the cinema with the classic perform-
ance of Giulietta Mosina and Anthony Quinn in his best acting per-
formance.
FESTIVAL WEEK OF ALFRED HITCHCOCK
A solid week of mystery and artistry from our man Hitchcock.
nov. 11 THE LADY VANISHES
With Sir Michoel Redgrave and Dame May Whitty.
nov. 12 SPELLBOUND
With Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck. Dream sequence by Dali.
nov. 13 NOTORIOUS
With Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant and Claude Rains.
nov. 14 NORTH BY NORTHWEST
In color, with Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint and James Mason.
nov. 15 THE BIRDS
In color, with Tippy Hedren.
nov. 16 TORN CURTAIN
In color, with Paul Newman.
nov. 20-21 GASLIGHT
Dir. George Cukor, 1944.
Ingrid Bergman plays the wife, Charles Boyer the husband trying to
drive her insane in this tense drama. "My personal choice," Gorman
Beauchamp.
nov. 22-23 REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE
Dir. Nicholas Ray, 1955.
"Reflected and possibly caused more cultural changes," Pauline
Kael. Ray orchestrates the American scene in this semi-classic film.
In color with the inestimable James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo
in his first performance and James Bachus.
dec.4 THE INFORMER
Dir. John Ford, 1935.
Ford's great critical success which won him his first Academy Award
for Direction and Oscars for actor \/ictor McLaglen and wirter
Dudley Nichols.
dec. 5 THE HORSE SOLDIERS
Dir. John Ford, 1959,
In color with John Wayne, William Holden and Hoot Gibson. A true
story of a Union raid deep into Confederate territory in the Civil
War.
dec. 6-7 SHOCK CORRIDOR
Dir. Samuel Fuller, 1963. .
The tense, exciting story of a newspaper reporter searching for a
clue to a murder in an asylum by posing as an inmate. Fuller's cinema
is an experience not to be missed.
dec. 11-12 I'M NO ANGEL
Dir. Wesley Ruggles, 1933.

Take a break from finals with slinky old Mae West.
dec. 13-14 ROOM SERVICE
Dir. William Seiter, 1938.

oct. 18-19

FALSTAFF
(CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT)

BLOOD OF A POET
Dir. Jean Cocteau, 1930.
"It has a suggestiveness unlike any other film"

. Pauline Koel.

sept. 27-28 TRIUMPH OF THE WILL
Dir. Leni Riefenstahl, 1934.
A\ film made to order by Hitler, to glorify his Nazi Party and aid hs
rise to power. Sarris terms this "one of the cinema's greatest political
fims."
A FESTIVAL OF EXPRESIONIST FILMS
sept. 29 SIEGFRIED'S DEATH
KIEMHELD REVENGE
Dir. Fritz Lang, 1924.
The two films of Lang's epic Die Niebelungen in a rare double bil.
FREE ADMISSION.

Dir. Orson Welles, 1967.
The director Welles termed with the actor Welles in another of
Welles' take-offs from Shakespeare. The second-to-last feature by
the enfant-terrible of American cinema.
oct. 22-23 L'ATLANTE
Dir. Jean Vigo, 1934.
A character study which, in the view of film historian Louis Jacobs,
challenges comparison with any other ever made.
oct. 24-25 LE PETIT SOLDAT
Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1960.
A long time coming to Ann Arbor. Godard's second major film. Not
to be missed.

THREE
oct. 29
Dir. Carl

FOR HALLOWEEN
FREAKS
Dreyer, 1932.

sept. 30 at 7:00
Dir. Karl Grune, 1923.

THE STREET

"Pcrticularly rich in significant pictures

Kracaueor,

at 9:05 NOSFERATU
Dir. F. W. Murnau, 1922,
The screen's master version of Dracula.
FREE ADMISSION AT BOTH SHOWS,
oct 1 double feature of Fritz Lang
7:00 DESTINY
9:05 DR. MABUSE, THE GAMBLER
"FrigtI(ISCi rn isy, ~th inprn-~zmzri M ttk0 irkhmr-

The legend of the vampire as retold by Dreyer.
oct., 30 VAMPYR
Dir. Carl Dreyer, 1932.
The legend of the vampire as retold by Dreyer.
oct. 31 WAR OF THE WORLDS
Dir. Byron Haskin, 1953.
A deft piece of modern macabre, the burning of Los Angeles is alone
worth the price of admission. Academy Award for Special Effects.
nov. 1-2 RED LINE 7000
Dir. Howard Hawks, 1965.
The red, white and blue-blooded world of American auto racing.
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