THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUES'DAY, AUGUST 24, 1965
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1965
FALL 1965 SCHEDULE
THURSDAY and FRIDAY... SATURDAY and SUNDAY ... At 7 and 9 P.M. (except where not
Plus THREE Special Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Classic Motion Pictures to be Announce
AUG. 26, 27
Starring Humphrey Bogart. With a Bugs Bunny cartoon.
AUG. 28, 29
THE RED SHOES
In COLOR, this is one of the greatest dance films in movie history.
SEPT. 30, OCT. 1
THE EARRINGS OF
MME. de X.
With Charlie Chaplin's "The Masquerader."
OCT. 2, 3
Starring Sir Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine.
OCT. 7, 8 at 7 and 9:45
SEPT. 2, 3
Directed by Fredrico Fellini. Just recently released.
"With Love and Hisses" starring Laurel and Hardy
SEPT. 4, 5
A Charlie Chaplin comedy classic, with
"Streets of Greenwood."
SEPT. 9, 10
Filmed in Greece with Irene Papas.
Also, the Academy Award winning Laurel and Hardy
film, "The Music Box."
SEPT. 11, 12f
THE MAN IN THE
Starring Alec Guinness, this is a British comedy classic.
"The Great Unfenced."
SEPT. 16, 17
ORPHANS OF THE STORM
D. W. Griffith silent classic.
OCT. 9, 10
The most famous French comedy, with Jaques Pati.
OCT. 14, 15
OLYMPIA, PART I
Winner of the Edinburgh and Venice Awards,
this movie was filmed in color in Hitler's Germany.
"A brilliant triumph"-Ernest Hemmingway.
OCT. 16, 17 At 7 and 10:00
CHILDREN OF PARADISE
OCT. 21 22
OLYMPIA, PART 11
OCT. 22, 23
TO HAVE OR HAVE NOT
Starring Humphrey Bogart,
the screenplay was contributed by Faulkner,
directed by Howard Hawkes.
With "Muddled in the Mud."
OCT. 28, 29
A Busby Berkley musical of 1930 vintage.
Also, "Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge."
OCT. 30, 31
Still the most exciting crime adventure ever filmed.
NOV. 4, 5
Starring the inimitable Cary Grant.
The famous Thorne Smith ghost story.
NOV. 6, 7
"We Are the Lambeth oys."
NOV. 11, 12
ME AND THE COLONEL
Starring Danny Kaye.
With a Mickey Mouse cartoon.
NOV. 13, 14
Film version of Dicken's classic,
Directed by David Lean and starring Alec Guiness
NOV. 20, 21
Starring Anna Magnani.
Also, "Very Nice, Very Nice."
DEC. 2, 3
ODD MAN OUT
Brought to Ann Arbor by special request.
Starring James Mason and Robert Newton.
DEC. 4, 5
THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL
Never before shown in Ann Arbor,
with Laurel and Hardy in "Putting the Pants on Phillip."
DEC. 9, 10
W. C. Fields
DEC. 11, 12
THE OX-BOW INCIDENT
Winner of many awards,
starring Dana Andrews and Anthony Guinn is teamed with
the SNCC short, "We'll Never Turn Back."
DEC. 16, 17
The Marx Brothers in a wild, wacky farce.
DEC. 18, 19
Another great Charlie Chaplin comedy.
With "The Spoilers' Fight Sequence."
SEPT. 18, 19
CYRANO de BERGERAC
Mel Ferrer in his greatest screen role,
featruing the .movies' greatest sword fight.
And a Donald Duck cartoon.
SEPT. 23, 24
Starring Orson Welles. One of the greatest American films.
Based on the life of Hearst.
SEPT. 25, 26
SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS
With Terry Thomas, Jan Carmical and Alistar Sim.
A One-upmanship delight.
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