e For the week of
Happenings. .Oct.27 thru Nov. 2
U AC-Musket Presents
North by Northwest (Old A&D, 7 and
9:30) Hitchcock's classic tongue-in-
cheek spy thriller with more than its
share of spine-tingling moments.
Andy Warhol's Frankenstein (Aud.
A, 7,and 10) One of the more violently
explicit versions of the novel, and its
more accurate than most.
The Tingler (Aud. A, 8:30 only) A
gimmicky film that actually manages
to work once in awhile. Vincent Price is
his usual menacing self.
PLay it Again Sam (Nat. Sci. Aud., 7
and 10:20) Woody plays a Bogart
fanatic in this uneven film. The ending
is a superb recreation of the last scene
of Casablanca. not directed by Woody
American Graffiti (MLB 3, 7 and 9)
Considering the amount of talent that
worked on this film, its dismal failure is
all the more disappointing. The only
bright spot is Richard Dreyfuss in a
Bullitt (100 Hutchins Hall, 7 and
Beachboys Concert (Chrysler Arena,
University Choir (Hill Aud., 8 p.m.)
Viennese Gala - sponsored by
Musical Society (Power Center,'8 p.m.)
Women in Love (Old A&D, 7 and 9:15)
Ken (Tommy) Russel's best film,
feAturing the now very popular Alan
The Tenant (Aud. A, 7 & 9:15) This is
Roman Polanski's best film, and that's
saying quite a bit. It's haunting, razor
sharp surrealistic horror replaces the
sickness that mars Polanski's
The Attack of the Crab Monsters
(MLB 3, 7 only) A tiny cut above other
B horror films.
The Cars that Eat People (MLB 3,
8:40 only) Sounds like fun.
Night of the Living Dead (MLB 3,
10:20 only) The ultimate gross out. It's
no fun unless you see it on a full
Play it Again, Sam (Nat. Sci. Aud., 7
Casablanca (Nat.Sci. Aud., 8:30).
Homecoming Parade (9 a.m.)
Mud Bowl - Sigma Alpha Epsilon
versus Phi Delta Theta. Watch Kappa
Alpha Theta play Delta Delta Delta at
half time (S. University and
Washtenaw, 10 a.m.)
Michigan Bandstand '58 (Union Pen-
dleton room and Ballroom, 8 p.m.)
Land of Silence and Darkness (Old
A&D, 7' and 9:05) Early Herzog
documentary about the handicapped.
Cul De Sac (Aud. A, 7 & 9) Roman
Polanski mixes comedy and horror in
this early film. As with any Polanski
movie, it's worth seeing.
Chamber Orchestra Society presents
a tea concert, "From the Country
Palaces" (Vandenberg Room,
Michigan League, 8:30 p.m.)
My Darling Clementine (Nat. Sci.
Aud., 7 only). Beautifully sentimental.
One of Ford's best films.
Rio Grande (Nat. Sci. Aud., 8:40
only) Starring John Wayne and
Maureen O'Hara. What more do you
Selling of the Pentagon by CBS, and
Rebuttal of Selling of the Pentagon
starring Spiro Agnew and Melvin
Laird. (Michigan Union, 7:30)
Red Cross Student Blood Bank (Bur-
sley Hall, 3-9 p.m.)
Musical Society presents Murray
Perahia, pianist (Rackham Aud., 8:30
Scarlet Street (Old A&D, 7 only)
Mediocre Fritz Lang.
You Only Live Once (Old A&D, 9
only) Superlative Fritz Lang. This film
does not star Sean Connery as 007.
Sisters (Aud. A, 7 and 10:20) Brian de
Palma quotes Hitchcock so much in this
film it's almost a forgery.
They Came From Within (Aud. A,
8:40 only) Critical comment: Cronen-
berg (the director) has a sense of
tastelessness that makes Peckinpah
films look like Sunn Classic nature
reels." Said Nuff.
Symphony Orchestra (Hill Aud., 8
p.m.) A Halloween Concert in costume.
Student Blood Bank (Markley, 3-9
Images (Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 and 9) A
very weird Altman film that manages
to make the viewer think.
Retour D'Afrique (MLB, 7 and 9)
Alain Tanner directed this dry-witted
Lady in the Lake (Old A&D, 7 and
9:05) Famous for its use of subjective
camera - the audience is the gumshe.
Adventures of Robinson Crusoe and
the Criminal Life of Archibaldo De La
Cruz (Aud. A., 7 and 9, respectively).
Two Bunuel films.
Plant Sale sponsored by Panhellenic
society (Union Ballroom, 10 a.m.-8
Musical Society presents Dimitri,
clown-mime (Power Center, 8 p.m.)
Student Blood Bank (Michigan Union
Assembly Hall, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.)
La Dolce Vita (Old A&D, 7 and 10)
Fellini's scandalous film about the
decadence of modern day Rome.
The Shootist (Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 only) A
fine, thoughtful western that showcases
a brilliant performance by John
The Searchers (Nat. Sci. Aud., 9 only)
One of the greatest movies of all time.
However, it isn't shown in wide screen,
you might as well leave because the
film was shot in 70mm. It's like seeing
2001 on television.
Residential College Players present
"Endgame" (East Quad, R. C.~Aud., 8
Student Blood Bank (Michigan
Union, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.)
Studio Theatre presents Pinter's
"Silence" (Arena Theatre, Frieze
Building, 4:10 p.m.)
Second Chance - Funky music with
the Crowd Pleasers through Sunday.
Blind Pigs-Dr. Ross and Steve Nar-
della (of the Silvertones) play R&B
Friday and Saturday. Monday's feature
the honky-tonk piano of Boogie Woogie
The Earle - Changes performs this
weekend. Sunday, a four-piece jam
session takes place. Monday, Louis
Smith and the U-M Jazz Band appear in
Mr. Flood's - The Tucker Blues
Band plays drivin' Chicago style blues
on the weekend. Misbehavin' resurrec-
ts vintage jazz tunes on Sunday. Solo
performers Joel Mabus and Eric Glatz
are slated for Monday and Tuesday,
Abigail's - Bogart rocks Friday and
The Ark - Folksinger Ken Bloom
performs this weekend.
The Pretzel Bell - Bluegrass with
the R.F.D Boys every weekend.
Bimbo's - Sing-alongs and ragtime
jazz with the Gaslighters Thursdays
Sandalwood Lounge - Easy listening
Top 40 with Abraxas through Saturday.
THE UNEXPECTED OUEST
is here at the
L YDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
G o aphone 763-1085 for info.
box office hours-i0 AM-6 PM
AMf RRBOR OW-THIRE
NORTH BY NORTHWEST
Hitchcock proves his sense of suspense and intrigue, made famous by such
films as his earlier masterpiece THE 39 STEPS, can be transferred intact to a
modern setting and into color. The story revolves around one of Hitchcock's
favorite dilemns-a case of mistaken identity. CARY GRANT is the man on
the spot chased by EVA MARIE SAINT, JAMES MASON and crop dusters.
SAT: WOMEN IN LOVE
7:00 and 9:30
OLD ARCH. AUD.
HALLOWEEN FRIGHT WEEKEND
PAUL MORISSEY 1974
Warhol's FRANKENSTEIN 7& 10
The old Frankenstein was never like this! In this macabre funny tale starring
the ever-popular JOE DELASANDRO, Warhol reaches new heights of tasteless-
ness. "Swooping bots, severed limbs, gobs of livid human entrails . . . Andy
Warhol's FRANKENSTEIN is the most outrageously gruesome epic ever un-
THE TINGLER 8:30 only
"Scream, scream for your lives, The Tingler is loose in the theatre," cries
VINCENT PRICE in this B classic about a sincere doctor, played by Price, whose
efforts to isolate the physical essence of man's fear results in a spiney, centi-
pede-like creature. A great scene takes places when both you and those in
the film are watching a movie whose screen goes black with the Tingler loose
in the theatre. Lots of fun.
SAT: Roman Polanski's THE TENANT
SUN: Roman Polanski's CUL DE SAC
Design logo for Cinema I (to be used on our film schedules 8 posters) & WIN
free admission for two at all our winter films. DEADLINE Nov. 7th. Send
entries (as many as you want) to LOGO CONTEST, Cinema 1I, c/o 909 Church
St.. A t. No. 2, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
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