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TUESDAY, AUGUST 254 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STUDENTS and FACULTY:
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1964 SCHEDU

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THURSDAY and FRIDAY ... SATURDAY and SUNDAY ... At 7 and 9 P.M. (except where noted)
* * * * Plus THREE Special Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Classic Motion Pictures * * *

AUG. 27, 28
INGMAR BERGMAN'S
TORMENT
Directed by Alf Sjoberg, starring Mai Zetterling, this is a suspenseful,
psychological study of a sadistic school teacher, written by
Scandanavia's most famous film-maker. Grand Prix, Cannes.
AUG. 29, 30
JOHN FORD'S
TOBACCO ROAD
From Erskine Caldwell's novel of moral depravity in the impoverished
Georgia farmland. Starring Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews and
Ward Bond.
SEPT. 3, 4
SATYAJIT RAY'S
THE WORLD OF APU
The third film in this famed Indian craftsman's triology, a poetic
outlook on life. Four International Awards.
SEPT. 5, 6
JEAN LUC-GODARD'S
BREATHLESS
Starring Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo. The film that launched
the New Wave. Cubistic "Cinematic Jazz"-Film Quarterly.
SEPT. 9 SPECIAL WEDNESDAY FREE SHOWING
THREE CONTROVERSIAL FILMS:
RENE CLAIR'S
ENTR 'ACTE
------------------------
LUIS BUNUEL and SALVADOR DALI'S
UN CHIEN ANbALOU
----------------- -- ..
MAE WEST and CARY GRANT in
SHE DONE HIM WRONG
SEPT. 10, 11
RENE CLAIR'S
A NOUS LA LIBERTE
Music by Georges Auric, composer of "Moulin Rouge."
Another of Clair's legendary French musical comedies.
"Among the 12 Best Films of All Time"-Arthur Knight.
SEPT. 12, 13
SERGEI EISENSTEIN'S
ALEXANDER NEVSKY
The Complete Version of the Russian Classic. Music by Prokofiev.
SEPT. 17, 18
EUGENE O'NEILL'S
MOURNING BECOMES
ELECTRA
The "Oresteia" transported to New England in Civil War days.
Starring Rosalind Russell, Raymond Massey, Katina Paxinou
and Michael Redgrave.
SEPT. 19, 20
SOPHIA LOREN in
TWO WOMEN
Directed by Vittorio Di Sica. Co-Starring Jean-Paul Belmondo.
Academy Award Winner: Best Actress.
SEPT. 24, 25
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S

THE LADY VANISHES
The old master's classic of suspense, adventure, mystery and
mayhem, with a touch of tongue in cheek. Starring Michael
Redgrave, Margaret Lockwood, Paul Lucas and Dame May Whitty.

OCT. 1, 2 At 7 and 9:15
A Contrast in Styles:
BLOOD OF A POET
The boldly experimental film by France's leading surrealist.
Plus: MIRIAM MAKEBA in
COME BACK, AFRICA
Lionel Rogosin's documentary of life under apartheid,
smuggled out of South Africa.

NOV. 7, 8
THE COMEDIE FRANCAISE in
THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO
Not the Opera, but Bequmarchais's superbly comic play.

NOV. 11 SPECIAL WEDNI
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S

ESDAY FREE SHOWING

OCT. 3, 4 At 7
AKIRA KUROSAWA'S

and 9:20

IKIRU (TO LIVE)
Winner of 6 international awards, this is Kurosawa's
study of a dying man.

OCT. 7 SPECIAL WEDNESDAY FREE SHOWIN
FRITZ LANG'S
METROPOLIS
The Cubistic, Expressionistic German Silent Classic, portraying a
mechanistic future society more horrifying than a 1984 or a
Brave New World.
OCT. 8, 9
PAUL MUNI in
I AM A FUGITIVE FROM
A CHAIN GANG

4G

NOTORIOUS
Starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman. Secret agents, ex-Nazis,
uranium ore and Rio de Janeiro combine to form a spine-tingling
story of suspense and romance. Vintage Hitchcock!
NOV. 12, 13
EXPERIMENTAL FILM PROGRAM
NUMBER TWO
Featuring Gregory Markopolous' TWICE A MAN, in Color,
winner, Brussels' Film Festival.
NOV. 14, 15
AGNES VARDA'S
CLEO FROM 5 TO 7
Starring Corinne Marchand. From the mother of the "New Wave*
comes this dramatic study of a spoiled and egotistical woman
searching for life and love under the shadow of approaching death.
NOV. 19, 20
MAEDCHEN IN UNIFORM
A film that treats German militarism as an evil heritage by explorirng
the harsh, and even sadistic treatment of frauleins at a boarding
school. "The Year's Best Film"-New York Film Critics.

Mervyn Le Roy's classic social protest film, exposing the
depravity and cruelty of Southern work gangs.
OCT. 10, 11,
The German Modern Classic
ROSEMARY
Starring Nadja Tiller, this is the story of a scandal of intrigue
and murder in West Germany, with overtones of Brecht and
Weill, called a "Brilliant excursion in film-making."
OCT. 15, 16
JEAN VIGO'S
L'ATALANTE
"Curiously nostalgic poetry. . . sensitive to the nuances of his
milieu"--Arthur Knight. "Sensitive and strange." A must for the
followers of the film as an art form.
OCT. 17, 18
CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S
MODERN TIMES
With Paulette Goddard, this is Chaplin's look at our
mechanized, automated society. "Brilliant"-James Agee.
OCT. 22, 23
EXPERIMENTAL FILMS
PROGRAM NUMBER ONE (OR TWO)
Features to be announced.

NOV. 20, 21
ORSON WELLES'
MACBETH

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Written by Shakespeare and interpreted by'
filmic terms that angered many critics and1
it was lauded by many others.

Welles in stylistic,
purists, while

DEC. 3, 4 -
BEN MADDOW'S
THE SAVAGE EYE.
Starring Barbara Baxley and Gary Merrill, this is the study of a lonely
divorcee and her odyssey through the harrowing, sordid world
of Los Angeles. Plus
RACHEL CARSONS'
THE SILENT SPRING
A superb documentary produced by CBS NEWS.

DEC. 5, 6 v
LUIS BUNUEL'S
LOS OLIVDADOS
A shocking study of Mexico's juvenile delinquents, widely
acclaimed but rarely shown because of its violence.

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OCT. 24, 25

At 7 and 9:25

ARTHUR MILLER'S
THE CRUCIBLE
Adapted in French by Jean-Paul Sartre. Starring Simone Signoret
and Yves Montand, this is Miller's attack on McCarthyism,
placing his drama in the Salem Witch Trials.

OCT. 29, 30
SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S
RAIN
Starring Joan Crawford and Walter Huston. Sadie Thompson
vamps the Reverend again. Still a powerful story.

DEC. 10, 11
JOSEF VON STERNBERG'S
ANATAHON
A bizarre story of 20 Japanese sailors and a girl holding out
on a deserted island for 7 years after the surrender of Japan.
A brilliant, different film!
DEC. 12, 13
HENRY JAMES'
THE HEIRESS
Based on James' "Washington Square," starring Olivia de Havilland
in her Academy Award winning role, Montgomery Clift and
Sir Ralph Richardson. Directed by William Wyler.
DEC. 17, 18
JOHN FORD'S
STAGECOACH
Starring John Wayne. The greatest star and the greatest director of
the Western film genre combine to tell one of the best Westerns
ever made. Academy Awards.
DEC. 19, 20
INGMAR BERGMAN'S
THE VIRGIN SPRING
"A violently beautiful miracle play"-Time Magazine.
One of Bergman's best. Critically acclaimed!

OCT. 31, NOV. 1

At 7 and 9:20

MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI'S
L'AVVENTURA
One of the Best Films of All Time, favored by many critics
over La Dolce Vita. Need we say more?
NOV. 5, 6 At 7 and 9:20
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
THE BIRTH OF A NATION
"History written'with l ightning"--Woodrow Wilson.
A very controversial film today due to its sympathetic treatment of
the Ku Klux Klan, but there's no controversy over its superior
cinematic technique. A Classic!

SEPT. 26, 27
FEDERICO FELLINI'S
THE NIGHTS OF CABIRIA
Starring Giuletta Massina, this is the emotion filled story of a
prostitute, considered one'of Fellini's finest films.

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