THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1966
PAflF~ ~1X THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 6.1966
THURSDAY and FRIDAY.. .SATURDAY and SUNDAY
... At land 9 P.M. (Except Where Noted)
Plus THREE Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Classic Motion Pictures
JAN. 6, 7
I'M NO ANGEL
(1933) Mae West, Cary Grant. Mae with a shady past
and a bright future.
Short: "Never Weaken." Harold Lloyd in a skyscraper classic.
JAN. 8, 9
(1931 ) Charlie Chaplin.
SPECIAL FREE WEDNESDAY SHOWING NO. 1
THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN
(1935) Marlene Dietrich, directed by Josef von Sternberg.
The great German stylist in one of his most baroque efforts.
JAN. 13, 14
MY NAME IS IVAN
Kolya Burlaiev. One of the most touching of recent Soviet films.
Best Picture, Venice Film Festival.
Shorts: Hubley's "Moonbird" (Color) -Academy Award,
Venice Prize; Bob Benchley short.
JAN. 15, 16
VITTORIO DE SICA'S
THE BICYCLE THIEF
(1948) Lamberto Maggiorani, Enzo Staiolo. 12 International Awards.
One of the first and greatest of the Italian neo-realism school of films.
Short: Rosselini's 'The Chicken," with Ingrid Bergman.
SPECIAL FREE WEDNESDAY SHOWING NO. 2
rirst documentary made in Red China in 20 years. Produced
through the B.B.C. and the Rank Organization.
JAN. 20, 21
(1931) James Cagney, Jean Harlow, Joan Blondell, Eddie Woods.
Savage and realistic ganster film, containing "grapefruit
in the face" scene.
Short: "Blind Gary Davis"
JAN. 22, 23
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
1946) Jean Marais, Josette Day. A remarkably beautiful
and moving film.
Short: Hubley's "The Hole." Voice by Dizzy Gillespie.
JAN. 27, 28
THE DRUNKEN ANGEL
(1948) Toshiro Mifune, Takashi Shimura. A contemporary study
by the greatest Japanese director. 1 st time in Ann Arbor^
Short: "From Inner Space." Original electronic score.
JAN. 29, 30
(1962) Alain Delon, Monica Vitti, Francisco Rabal. This version
shown with the original final seven minutes, a controversial
sequence usually cut out. 1 st time in Ann Arbor.
FEB. 3, 4
(1920) Two outstanding versions of the Jewish legend. The silent
classic by Paul Wegener and the climax of the sound version with
Harry Baur. One of the first "monster" pictures.
Short: "Me and My Paul" (Laurel and Hardy).
FEB. 5, 6
SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS
(1960) Terry-Thomas, Alistair Sims, Ian Carmichael. A
"one-upmanship" delight finally coming back to Ann Arbor.
Short: "Hot Dog" (Larry Semon) .
SPECIAL FREE WEDNESDAY SHOWING NO. 3
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
(1924) His epic of the Revolutionary War. The "Father of
American Films" shows his genius for pictorial grandeur.
FEB. 10, 11
THE FLOWER THIEF.
(1961) Taylor Mead, Big Daddy Nord, and a cast of S.F. beatniks.
Intimate glimpse into the wild life of a present-day poet.
Short: "Cops." One of Buster Keaton's best.
FEB. 12, 13
LENI (OLYMPIA) RIEFENSTAHL'S
TRIUMPH OF THE WILL
(1936) Uncut version of the Nuremburg Congress of the Nazi Party.
Perhaps the most effective propaganda film ever made.
FEB. 17, 18
RUDOLPH VALENTINO IN
BLOOD AND SAND
(1922 Nita Naldi. The legendary lover goes bull fighting.
Short: "Below Zero." (Laurel and Hardy).
FEB. 19, 20
Masterly early film.
Short: "The Last Serial." (Satire on serials, with Al St. John.)
FEB. 20, 25
(1937) Jean-Louis Barrault, Pierre Fresnay, Vivane Romance.
Banned by the N.Y. Board of Censors as "indecent, immoral,
sacrilegious, tending to incite crime and corrupt morals."
Short: "Case of the Mukhanese Battehorn." With Peter Sellers.
The only filmed "goon show."
FEB. 26, 27
MR. HULOT'S HOLIDAY
(1952) Jacques Tati. The great French comedian's funniest
and finest film.
Short: "Her Boy Friend" (Larry Semon) .
MAR. 10, 11, 12, 13
Fourth Ann Arbor Film Festival
Programs not repeated. Winners shown at 7:00 and 9:00 Sunday.
ADMISSION: 75 cents.
MAR. 17, 18
GOLD DIGGERS of 1933
Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Ginger Rogers, Ned Sparks. The wildest of
B.B.'s musicals, ending in the extravagant "Forgotten Man" number.
Madder than the Marx Brothers. Pre-Hays office censorship.
Short: -"That's Me." Academy Award nominee.
MAR. 19, 20
KNIFE IN THE WATER
(1961) Leon Niemcryk, Jolanta Umecka. By the director of Repulsion.
Short: "In the Park" (Marcel Marceau) .
MAR. 24, 25
'1950) Giuletta Masina, Peppino de Filippo, Carla Del Poggio.
The great "lost" film of Fellini, with unsparing details of
MAR. 26, 27
THE PETRIFIED FOREST
(1936) Humphrey Bogart, Leslie Howard, Bette Davis.
Short: "Dylan Thomas." (Richard Burton).
MAR. 31, APRIL 1
(1961) By the great Indian director of the APU trilogy. "His films
have an essential poetry seldom attempted in modern cinema."
APRIL 2, 3
( 1952) Brigette Fossey, George Poujouly. Grand Prize, Venice
Film Festival, other international awards. Two small children act
out their elder's crimes and ceremonies.
Short: "Saint Louis Blues" (Bessie Smith).
APRIL 7, 8
KIND HEARTS & CORONETS
(1948) Alec Guiness in eight roles, Dennis Price, Valerie
Hobson, Joan Greenwood.
Short: UPA cartoon.
APRIL 9, 10
VITTORIO DE SETA'S
THE BANDITS OF ORGOLOSO
(1961) Michele Cossu, Peppedu Coccu, Vittorina Pisano.
Winner, Robert Flaherty Award.
APRIL 14, 15
A MAN ESCAPED
(1956) Francois Leterrier, and a non-professional cast. A
member of the French underground attempts escape
from a Nazi prison. "Icy tension."
Short: "Eugen Atget." Music by Satie; a nostalgic view of Paris.
APRIL 16, 17
(1947) Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Stanley Holloway, Bernard Miles:
Excellent adaptation of one of Dickens' most challenging novels.
Short: UPI cartoon.
APRIL 21, 22
THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR.
(1953) Produced by Stanley Kramer, from the story of Dr. Seuss.
A captivating nightmare for children and adults.
Shorts: "Family Circus"; 2 Bugs Bunny cartoons.
APRIL 23, 24
(1924) Buster Keaton. Buster and his girl friend stranded
on a run-away steamship. Great fun.
Short: "Dangers of Helen, Chapter 33," "In Danger's Path,"
starring Helen Holmes.
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