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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FR

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AUGUST 29, 30
Peter Sellers, Peter Sellers and Peter Sellers in
THE MOUSE THAT ROARED
(COLOR)
His three wildly different roles in this very funny comedy-satire*
launched Sellers to fame in America. Co-starring Jean Seberg.
Plus Short: Jules Feiffer's MUNRO, a cartoon.
AUGUST 31, SEPTEMBER 1
Audrey Hepburn i
BREAKAST AT TIFFANY'S
(COLOR)
That "Moon River" movie! With George Peppard, Buddy
Ebsen and Patricia Neal. Music by Henry Mancini.
SEPTEMBER 5, 6
Humphrey Bogart as
THE MALTESE FALCON
John Huston's production of Dashiell Hammet's mystery thriller!
Starring Mary Astor, Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet.
Plus: Laurel and Hardy in THE FINISHING TOUCH.
SEPTEMBER 7, 8
INGMAR BERGMAN'S MASTERPIECE
WILD STRAWBERRIES
One of Bergman's best, this is the dramatic study of the philosophy
and memories of an old man. With Victor Sjostrom, Bibi Andersson,
Ingrid Thulin and Gunnar Bjornstrand.
Plus short: THE GETTO PILLOW.
SEPTEMBER 12, 13
Akira Kurasawa's
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
(The Seven Samurai)
Starring Toshiro Mifune, this is Kurasawa's first Jppanese
"Western,"dramatically and pictorially very satisfying.
Gold Lion Award, Venice

OCTOBER 3, 4
Resnais'
LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD
Delphine Seyrig, Giorgio Albertazzi, Sacha Pitoeff.
Venice Festival Award. A brilliant exercise in pure Cinema.
Short: THE KNOCKOUT (Chaplin, Arbuckle)
OCTOBER 5, 6
John Steinbeck's
THE GRAPES. OF WRATH
Starring Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell and John Carradine.
Directed by John Ford. A film classic! Academy Award.
OCTOBER 10, 11
A NIGHT AT THE OPERA
Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont
Plus: Alain Resnais' searching documentary, NIGHT AND FOG, a
brilliant study of the horrors of a Nazi concentration camp contrasted
with the peaceful countryside ten years later.
OCTOBER 12, 13
SOPHOCLES'
OEDIPUS REX (CLu
Starring the Stratford Canadian Players under the direction
of Tyrone Guthrie. All the glory of the ancient Greek Drama
brought to the screen by a talented cast.
OCTOBER 17, 18
John Van Druten's
BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE
(COLOR) James Stewart, Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs,
Hermione Gingold, Elsa Lancaster. Witches, warlocks, and wacky
goings-on.
OCTOBER 19, 20
Truffaut's
SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER
Charles Aznavour, Marie Du Bois, Nicole Berger, Albert
Remy. Short: The Pharmacist (W. C. Fields)
OCTOBER 24, 25
W. C. FIELDS in
NEVER GIVE A SUCKER
AN EVEN BREAK
Field's last film and his best. Fast and funny in the screen comedy
tradition, it defies description.
Plus: HARVEST OF SHAME (the American documentary suppressed
abroad--areal life Grapes of Wrath.)
OCTOBER 26, 27
Jean Renoir's
RULES OF THE GAME
Original full-length version of the mordant social classic.
PLUS: THE GREAT CHASE. A W. C. Fields short farce.
OCTOBER 31, NOVEMBER 1
Tod Browning's
FREAKS
Olga Baclanova, Wallace Ford. A masterpiece of grotesque.
"This gem stands in a class by itself."-New Yorker.
PLUS three silent farce comedies with the Sennett Bathing
Girls, Charlie Chase, and Harry Langdon.
NOVEMBER 2, 3
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
SPELLBOUND
A psychological mystery story, crafted in the Hitchcock manner with
a surrealistic dream sequence designed by Salvador Dali.
Academy Award. Plus Short: OBJECT LESSON (in Color)

NOVEMBER 7, 8
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant. Music by Gershwin;
choregraphy by Kelly. Academy Award.

NOVEMBER 9, 10
August Strindberg's
MISS JULIE
Directed by Alf Sjoberg, this is'Strindberg's classic story of the tragic
affair between an upper class young Swedish woman and the
family gardener. "Compelling...
Plus Shorts: THE CRITIC and TWELVE ANGRY MEN
(actual trial scene of Puerto Rican boy accused of murder.)
NOVEMBER 15, 16
Alexander Doyzhenko's
ARSENAL
A Russian Silent Classic. "Dovzhenko creates bold new film forms. His
pictures have the intensity of great poetry; his films are odes to life,
to the land and to a better world,"Arthur Knight, "The Liveliest Art."
Plus: Academy Award winning color cartoon, THE HOLE.
NOVEMBER 17, 18
Tony Richardson's
SATURDAY NIGHT AND
SUNDAY MORNING
Starring Albert Finney, Shirley Anne Field, Rachel Roberts.
One of the best of Richardson's searching looks at his contemporary
English society. "Finney's performance is of the highest caliber." Time.
Plus Short: Laurel and Hardy in Perfect Day.
NOVEMBER 21. 22
Balzac's
THE GIRL WITH THE
GOLDEN EYES
Marie Laforet, Paul Guers, Francoise Prevost.
A weird, beautiful, mystifying film.
Shorts: Olympia Diving Sequence; the Scopes Trial
(Documentary of actual scenes.)
NOVEMBER 23, 24
Elizabeth Taylor in
SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER
Starring Katherine Hepburn, Montgomery Clift.
Written by Tennessee Williams and Directed by Joseph Mankiewicz.
A top dramatic triumph!
DECEMBER 5, 6
Satyajit Ray's
P TE RPANCHALI
(COLOR) The first film in the "Apu" trilogy created by India's
master film-maker. Beautifully wrought and photographed with
a poetic outlook on life. Five international awards.
DECEMBER 7, 8
The Original
CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI
The 1919 German Silent Classic!
Directed by Robert Wiene, starring Werner Krauss as the diabolical Dr.
Caligari, this picture is a landmark in the evolution of the cinema, with
its wild, expressionistic settings and its Freudian overtones. It remains as
mysterious and frightening a film today as when first released.
Plus three Mack Sennett shorts: The Fickleness of Swedie,
The Iron Nag, and The Matromoniocs.
DECEMBER 12, 13
The Supernatural Masterpiece
THE CAT PEOPLE
Starring SIMONE SIMON and KENT SMITH, directed by Tod
Browning, the famed director of "Frankenstein" and the Lon Chaney
thrillers, this is an eerie journey into fear, suspense and the twilight
world of the supernatural.
Plus: Satyajit Ray's TAGORE, a photographic impression of
India's greatest poet by India's greatest filmmaker.
DECEMBER 14, 15
Ingmar Bergman's
THE MAGICIAN

Starring Max Von. Sydow, Bibi Andersson, Ingrid Thulin
and Gunnar Bjornstrand.
This is Bergman's intellectual look at the supernatural, full of
symbolism and the warring themes of reality versus illusion.
Four international awards.
Plus Short: Dream of the Wild Horses, in Color

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SEPTEMBER 14, 15

At 7 and 9:20

ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
NORTH BY NORTHWEST
(COLOR)
Starring Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint and James Mason.
The Master of Suspense makes the masterpiece of all movie chases.
SEPTEMBER 19, 20
Jean Cocteau's
TESTAMENT .OF ORPHEUS
The film craftsman of France reviews the meaning of his life.
Plus: Basil Wright's GREEK SCULPTURE.
SEPTEMBER 21, 22
Lewis Milestone's
ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN
FRONT,
Starring Lew Ayres. A film classic, the study of the reactions of a
young German soldier to the utter calamity of war.
Plus Short: HUGO VAN DER GOES
SEPTEMBER 26, 27
Henri Clouzot's
LES DIABOLIQUES
THE horror film. Clouzot's brilliant cinematic mastery produces the
utmost in shock, surpassing even "Psycho."
Starring Simone Signoret.
SEPTEMBER 28, 29
Lerner and Loewe's
CGIG1
(COLOR)
Winner of 9 Academy Awards, starring Leslie Caron,
Maurice Chevalier, Louis Jourdan and Hermione Gingold.
The rich, colorful musical treat adapted from Colette's
story of amour in Paris.

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