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4, 1966

PAGE TEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4.

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CINEMA BU3LD

Cinema

Guild

Schedule: Spring-Summer

1966

FOCUS:

TH

A

E

ICA

I

DIREC

SOR

4'

May

6,

7

MONKEY BUSINESS

June 24, 25

(1931) starring the

Marx Brothers

SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS
(1941; dir. by Preston Sturges)
This neglected director's very best-a
touching comedy starring Joel McCrea
and Veronica Lake.

Short:

"Lucky Star"-with Harry Langdon

May

13,

14

SEVEN BRIDES FOR
SEVEN BROTHERS

Short:

"A Child's Christmas in Wales"

with Dylan Thomas narration

(1954;

dir. by Stanley

Donen)

in COLOR, with Jane Powell, Howard Keel,

July

1

2

THE THIEF OF BAGDAD

Russ T
brilliar

amblyn; songs by Johnny Mercer;
ntlv choreoaraohed by Michael Kidd

(1941;

Korda, Powell

and Berger)

..... ........... ......., ....y. ...,. .. .... _. .. _

Short:

"The Nose"-from the Gogol

COLOR. The greatest and most memorable
of the Arabian Nights films-Sabu,
Conrad Veidt, and Rex Ingram

short story.

May

20,

21

THE CIRCUS
(1928; Charlie Chaplin)
1st Showing in Ann Arbor

Short:

"A Night on Bald Mountain"

July

8,

9

SHANE

Short:

"The Heart of Jennie"-

(1953;

dir. by

George Stevens)

with Harold Lloyd

May

27,

28

SABRINA

July

15,

16

(1954; dir. by

Billy Wilder)

Van Heflin, Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur,
Brandon de Wilde, Jack Palance. COLOR
THE YEARLING
(1946; Clarence Brown)
Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman, Claude
Jarman Jr., Chill Wills

'Y

At 7:00 & 9:15

with Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn,
William Holden

Short:

"Clay"

June 3,

4

BRINGING UP BABY

July

22,

23

KEY LARGO

(1938; dir. by Howard

Hawks)

(1948; dir. by John

Huston)

Hawks' greatest comic farce, starring
Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charles
Ruggles, Barry Fitzgerald, May Robson,
and a Leopard named "Baby"

with Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall,
Edward G. Robinson, Claire Trevor
(Acad. Award), Lionel Barrymore,
Thomas Gomez

IW4
'A

Short:

"Alexander Calder:

From the

Short:

"Help! My Snowman's Burning

Circus to the Moon"

Down!" (Color). Many awards

June 10, 11

DOUBLE FEATURE: BOTH IN

July

29,

30

ANN

ARBOR

FOR FIRST TIME!

SHERLOCK, JR.
(1924; Buster Keaton)
THE PILGRIM
(1923; Charlie Chaplin)

BEAU GESTE
(1939; William Wellman)
The film on the French Foreign Legion;
starring Gary Cooper, Ray Milland, Robert
Preston, Brian Donlevy, Susan Hayward

4

Aug.

5,

6

THE GOLD RUSH

June

17,

18

THE SEA

WOLF

(1925; Charlie Chaplin)

(1941; dir. by Michael

Curtiz)

Shorts:

Silent comedies

Jack London's powerful sea drama
performed by an outstanding cast:
Edward G. Robinson (as "Wolfe" Larsen),
John Garfield, Ida Lupino, Barry
Fitzgerald, Alexander Knox, Gene
Lockhart, and Howard Da Silva

Aug.

12'13

DRUMS ALONG
THE MOHAWK

4'

(1939; dir. by

John Ford)

COLOR. Henry Fonda, Claudette Colbert,

Short:

"The String Bean" (Color)

John Carradine,

Ward Bond

(Fridays and

Saturdays at

7:00

and

9:00,)

except

where noted)

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