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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12';

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12.

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1961

FALL SEMESTER

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Thursday and Friday at 7 and 9
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Saturday and Sunday at 7 and 9
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SEPTEMBER 14, 15
THE LAST ANGRY MAN
with Paul Muni, David Wayne, Betsy Palmer
Short: Pc.blo Casale Breaks His Journey
SEPTEMBER 16, 17
Colette's GIGI
with Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier,
Louis Jourdan, Hermione Gingold
COLOR. ACADEMY AWARD
Short: The Flower Fairy (France, 1903)
SEPTEMBER 21, 22
Murnau's SUNRISE
with Janet Gaynor, George O'Brien
ACADEMY AWARD
Short: Hieronymus Bosch
SEPTEMBER 23, 24
MON ONCLE
with Jacques Tati. COLOR
Short: The House on Cedar Hill
(Frederick Douglass).
FREEDOM HOUSE AWARD WINNER
SEPTEMBER 28, 29 At 7 and 9:15
MIN AND BILL
with Marie Dressler, Wallace Berry,
Marjorie Rambeau
PLUS
Arne Sucksdorff'
THE GREAT ADVENTURE
(nature film)
SEPTEMBER 30. OCTOBER 1
MY CHILDHOOD
Mark Donskoi's The Gorky Trilogy, Part 1
1955 Edinburgh Award
Short: The Witness (Benchley)
OCTOBER 5, 6
George Bernanos'
The Diary of a Country Priest
with'Claude Laydu, Nicole Maurey
BEST FILM OF YEAR-FRENCH CRITICS
Short: The Jinx (Toto)
OCTOBER 7, 8
Dickens'
A TALE OF TWO CITIES
with Ronald Colman, Elizabeth Allen,
Blanche Yurka, Edna Mae Oliver, Basil Rathbone
0 ;TOPER 12, 13
Fritz Lang's FURY
with Spencer Tracy, Sylvia Sidney, Walter Abel
Sho't: The Future of 1,000,000 Africans
OCTOBER14, 15 At 7:00 and 9:25
Royal Affairs at Versailles
Written, directed, and produced by Sacha Guitry. Music by
Francaix. With Sacha Guitry, Orson Welles, Edith Piaf, Jean
Marais, Claudette Colbert, Gerard Philipe, Jean-Pierre Au-
mont, Micheline Presle, COLOR.
OCTOBER 19, 20

Carl Dreyer'
DAY OF WRATH
with Thorkild Roose, Lisbeth Movin,
Preben Lerdorff
Short: Fragment of Seeking

OCTOBER 21, 22

At 2:00 and 6:00

A STAR IS BORN
with Jury Garland, James Mason, Jack Carson
COLOR
OCTOBER 26, 27
THE DANCING MASTERS
with Laurel and Hardy PLUS SALOME
with Alla Nazimova; after the Oscar Wilde play,
with sets and costumes by Mrs. Rudolph Valentino based on
Aubrey Beardsley drawings
OCTOBER28, 29
MY WANDERINGS
Mark Donskoi's The Gorky Trilogy, Part.2
Short: In the Park (Marcel Marceau)
NOVEMBER 2, 3
THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR. T.
Comedy-fantasy based on the story of Dr. Seuss
Short: Police (Chaplin)
NOVEMBER 4, 5
Dostoievsky's THE IDIOT
with Gerald Philipe, Hedwige Feuillere
Short: Mack Sennett's CACTUS NELL
with Polly Moran
NOVEMBER 9, 10
HAWTHORNE'S
THE SCARLET LETTER
directed by Victor Seastrom, with Lillian Gish,
Lars Hansen, Karl Dane
Short: Night in a Pet Shop
NOVEMBER 11, 12
Satyajit Ray's APARAJITO
with Uma Das Gupta
Short: Trip to the North Pole (Melies, c. 1910)
NOVEMBER 16, 17
Alan Paton's
CRY THE BELOVED COUNTRY
with Canada Lee, Charles Carson, Sidney Poitier
Short: Adventures of Asterisk, with Lionel Hampton
COLOR
NOVEMBER 18, 19
MY -UNIVERSITIES
The Gorky Trilogy, Part 3
1955.Edinburgh Award
Short: Moscow Circus
NOVEMBER 30, DECEMBER 1
The Happiest Days of Your Life
with Alistair Sim, Margaret Rutherford,
Joyce Grenfell
PLUS
Hans Richter's PASSIONATE PASTIME;
the history of chess.
Music by Milhaud; narrated by Vincent Price

DECEMBER 7, 8
Herbert Vesely's full-length experimental film,
NO MORE FLEEING
Creative Film Foundation Award of Exceptional Merit. "A
paraphrase of mankind's atomic cul-de-sac."
Shorts: Homage to Jean Tinguely (inventor of Homage to
New York, the machine that painted pictures and destroyed
them, played music, gave birth to another machine, and
committed suicide). The Music Box (Laurel and Hardy)
DECEMBER 9, 10

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LUST FOR LIFE
with Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn.

COLOR

JANUARY 4, 5
Eisenstein's POTEMKIN
No. 1 of Best 12 Films of All Time,
International BrusselsPoll PLUS
Schoedsack and Cooper's GRASS,
pioneer documentary
JANUARY 6, 7
A DAY AT THE RACES
with the Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont
Shorts: Maud Muller, Mission Bells
JANUARY 11, 12
Gide's
SYMPHONIE PASTORALE
with Michele Morgan, Pierre Blanchar, Jean Desailly
3 CANNES INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
Music by Auric
JANUARY 13, 14
Harriet Beecher Stowe's
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
Carl Laemmle's $2,000,000 spectacle,
with added narration by Raymond Massey
Short: Sidney Peterson's
The Potted Psalm (yes, psalm)
JANUARY 18, 19
DINNER AT 8:00
Marie Dressler, John Barrymore, Wallace Berry,
Jean Harlow, Lionel Barrymore, Lee Tracy,
Billie Burke, Jean Hersholt
After the play by Kaufman and Ferber

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JANUARY 20 , 21.

At 7:00 and 9:20

Pudovkin's STORM OVER ASIA
The film that anticipated the rise of
Communist China
Short: Coming Shortly
JANUARY 25, 26

Juan Bardem's CALLE MAJ
with Betsy Blair, Jose Suarez, Yves Massard
A Spanish "Main Street"
Short: Laughing Gravy (Laurel and Hardy)

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DECEMBER 2, 3

At 7:00 and 9:30

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D. W. Griffith's
THE BIRTH OF A NATION
with Lillian Gish, Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh,
Wallace Reid, Donald Crisp, Mariam Cooper

JANUARY 27, 28
ALL-COMEDY PROGRAM
Leff, Right, and Center,
with Alistair Sim, Ian Carmichael, Patricia Bredin
PLUS Laughing Gas (Chapln)

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