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September 13, 1960 - Image 94

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1960

FALL SEMESTER

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Thursday and Friday, 7 and 9
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Saturday at 7 and 9, Sunday at 8
EXCEPT WHERE NOTED.
1 DECEMBER 3, 4

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OCTOBER 27, 28

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LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER
with Danielle Darrieux, Leo Genn
Short: The Barber Shop, with W. C. Fields
SEPTEMBER 24, 25
Teahouse of the August Moon
(COLOR), with Marlon Brando,
Glenn Ford, Eddie Albert
SEPTEMBER 29, 30
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
with Harry Baur, Pierre Blanchar
Short: Harlem Wednesday

THE ROOSEVELT STORY
(documentary of FDR) edited from 2,000,000 feet
of newsreels
First Prize, 1947 Brussels Film Festival
Short: The Red Balloon (color)
Academy Award, Cannes and Edinburgh Awards
OCTOBER 29, 30
Orson Welles'
The Magnificent Ambersons
with Joseph Cotton, Tim Holt,
Agnes Moorehead, Dolores Costello Barrymore
Short: Renoir (COLOR)
NOVEMBER 3, 4
All Quiet on the Western Front.
with Lew Ayres, Louis Wolheim, Slim Summerville
Academy Awa rd
Short: Guernica (film recreation of Picasso mural)
Winner, Robert Flaherty Award
NOVEMBER 5, 6
Ingmar Bergmann's
THE SEVENTH SEAL
with Max von Sydow, Gunnar Bjorstrand,
Bengt Ekerot
Short: The Vagabond (Chaplin).

Colette's
THE GAME OF LOVE
with Nicole Berger, Pierre-Michel Beck,
Edwige Feuillere
Grand Prix du Cinema
Short: The Bridge
DECEMBER 8, 9
Luis Bunuel's
LOS OLVIDADOS
(The Young and Damned)
with Estele Inda,Alfonso Mejia, Robert Cobo
Grand Prize, Cannes Festival
Shorts: Three Pickup Men, Subject Lesson
DECEMBER 10, 11
Mary Chase's Pulitzer Prize winning comedy
HARVEY
with James Stewart, Josephine Hull
Academy Award
Short: Helen Tamaris in Negro Spirituals
JANUARY 5, 6

OCTOBER 1, 2

At 7 and 9:15

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TEA AND SYMPATHY
(COLOR), with Deborah Kerr, John Kerr
Short: Charmides
OCTOBER 6, 7
PICNIC
(COLOR) with William Holden, Rosalind Russell
Academy Award
Short: The Flower Fairy (1902)

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OCTOBER 8, 9

At 7 and 9:15

The Passion of Joan of Arc
directed by Carl Dreyer, with Maria Cavalcanti
"No. 4 of the Best 12 Films of All Time" - Brussels
1958 poll of 117 film historians from 26 nations.
ALSO'
The Lady from Philadelphia
(Marion Anderson),
OCTOBER 13, 14
DUMAS'
CAMILLE
with Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor,
Lionel Barrymore, Henry Daniell; Laura Hope Crews
Short: Myra Hess
OCTOBER 15, 16
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
(COLOR) with Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron,
Oscar Levant
Winner of 6 Academy Awards
Cartoon
OCTOBER 20, 21
Eisenstein's
ALEXANDER NEVSKY
with Nikolai Cherkassov. Music by Prokofiev
Short: Battle of Wangapore

NOVEMBER 10, 11
A documentary program:
THE HUNTERS
(Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert)
Robert Flaherty's
MAN OF ARON
NOVEMBER 12, 13

At 7 and 9:25

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Erich Yon Stroheim's
GREED
with Gibson Gowland, Zasu Pitts,
Chester Conklin, Jean Hersholt
"No. 6 among the 12 best films of all times"-
Brussels 1958 Poll of 117 film critics
NUARY 7, 8
THE LAST BRIDGE
with Maria Schell, Bernhard Wicki
International Critics Prize and Best Actress
Awards, Cannes Festival
Short: Poverty, Chastity, and Obedience

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Hitchcock's
THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS
with Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll
Short: Bear Country (Disney) COLOR
NOVEMBER 17, 18
Stanley Kramer's production of Carson McMullers'
MEMBER OF THE WEDDING
with Julie Harris, Ethel Waters
Short: Disasters of War (Goya)

JANUARY 12, 13
Eisenstein's
POTEMKIN
"No. 1 of the best 12 films of all time"-
Brussels 1958 Poll of 117 film critics.
plus THE SPANISH EARTH
directed by Joris Ivens, music by Virgil Thomson &
Marc Blitzstein; script by Lillian Hellman, John Dos
Passos, and Archibald MacLeish; narration written
and spoken by Hemingway.
JANUARY 14, 15
REMBRANDT
with Charles Laughton, Elsa Lancaster,
Gertrude Lawrence
Shorts: Paul Tomkowicz, Mother's Day
JANUARY 19, 20
Jean Cocteau's
LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES
with Nicole Stephane, Edward Dermithe,
Renee Cosima, Jacques Bernard
Short: Big Business (Laurel and Hardy)
JANUARY 21, 22
The Prince and the Showgirl
(COLOR), with Lawrence Olivier, Marilyn Monroe

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NOVEMBER 19, 20

At 7 and 9:35

RICHARD III
(COLOR) with Lawrence Olivier, John Gielgud,
Claire Bloom, Ralph Richardson, Cedric Hardwicke
3 Awards, British Film Academy

OCTOBER 22,23

At 7 and 9:15

DECEMBER 1, 2

At 7 and 9:45

THE BANK DICK
with W. C. Fields, Cora Witherspoon,
Franklin Pangborn
Short: It is Good to Live
,(Japanese documentary of atomic bomb survivors),

Hervey Allen's
ANTHONY ADVERSE
with Frederic March, Olivia de Havilyland,
Claude Rains, Gale Sondergaard
Academy Award

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