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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 19, 1972

Page Two. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TV.
Movie, Calendar
SATURDAY
9:00 (62) I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF
11:20 (9) FOR LOVE OR MONEY-comedy
11:30 (7) OUR MAN FLINT-James Coburn
WINTER A-GO-GO (musical)
11:30 (11) BACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY-Rock Hudson
12:00 (13) FAME IS THE NAME OF THE GAME-Tony
Franciosa, Jill St. John
1:30 (2) NICK CARTER, MASTER DETECTIVE
SUNDAY
7:30 (2, 11) BEN-HUR pt. 2
9:00 (7, 24) THE ADVENTURES OF NICK CARTER
11:20 (9) ASYLUM FOR A SPY (drama?)
11:30 (2) RIO GRANDE-Big Bad John Wayne
11:30 (11) YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY-(another musical)
-Donald O'Conner
2:00 (2) LUCKY LOSERS-Bowery Boys
MONDAY
7:00 (11) CHARLIE BUBBLES-Albert Finney
9:00 (7) A LOVELY WAY TO DIE- (crime drama?)
11:30 (9) THE BIRDS- (watch this movie)
11:30 (11) THE PRIEST'S WIFE-Sophia Loren
TUESDAY
7:00 (9) TEXAS ACROSS THE RIVER-Dean Martin
8:30 (7) KUNG FU-(made for TV) t
11:30 (9) THE HELLFIGHTERS-John Wayne
11:30 (11) THE BOYS NIGHT OUT-Kim Novak
WEDNESDAY
1:00 (9) HUD-Paul Newman
&:00 (50) REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE-James Dean, Natalie g
Wood
11:00 (2) THE STAR-Bette Davis
THURSDAY
4:00 (11) TWO FOR THE ROAD,-Albert Finny, Audrey Hep-
burn
7:00 (9) A COUNTESS FROM HONG KONG-Marlon Brando,
Sophia Loren
9:00 (2) BANDELERO!-James Stewart, Dean Martin
FRIDAY
8:30 (56) IVAN THE TERRIBLE-Nikolai Cherkassov
11:30 (2) GEISHA BOY-Jerry Lewis
SHERLOCK HOLMES IN WASHINGTON-Basil
Rathbone.
11:30 (11,50) VILLAGE OF THE DAMMED
12:30 (9) THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN
:00 (7) THE WITCH'S MIRROR
Sublme spinning

Modern
Dance
The Ann Arbor Dance Theatre,
a group of dancers and choreog-
raphers primarily from the Ann
Arbor community, gave the open-
ing performance of their eighth
annual concert last night.
The program, a series of in-
dividual modern dance presen-
tations, will be performed to-
night at 8:30 and tomorrow af-
ternoon at 2:30 in the Residential
College Auditorium.
Tickets, priced at $2 adults
and $1 students, are available
at Stangers and at the door.
5TH WEEK!
At State and Liberty
ATE.
Program Information 662-6264

Fritz Lang's

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PETER LORRE
classic psychological
thriller 4:30, 7, 10:30
-and-
The Pit and
the Pendulum
Roger Corman's color
recreation of Poe tale
3:30 & 8:45
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Editor's Note: The following
two comments by Peter Mun-
sing and Neal Gabler were
omitted in yesterday's Cinema
Weekend due to space limita-
tions.
FIFTH FORUM
Together,
Together is the worst film I've
ever seen,and if you've read my
reviews you know I've seen
some real gems., At first I
thought it was a parody like Is
There Sex After Death? No such
luck. From the sententious aims
stated at the beginning to the
incredibly saccharine end the
film is a cinematic definition of
kitsch. This film doesn't have
every cliche in the book, it is
the book. See Dr. Roland Curry's
Sex Institute! Listen to him ex-
plain: "Our civilization is going
a mile a minute!" Hear one of
the people he's helped say "When
you look at a person it makes
your heart go 'boom'-then you
go to bed and you make love."
But this is no mere porno
film; this is a film about feel-
ing with a capital F. "If you
want to be with someone you
love you have to feel it-right
at the gut-that's where it's
at." Everybody strips off their
masks and relates (would you
believe it? They used this line
in their ads.), returning to a
child-like state because that's
where we had all the fun. No
sex, just fornication.
Together lets you know what
lunch
non-profit cooperative
conspiracy
coffeehouse-theater
330 Maynard Street
UM Film Society
Saturday and Sunday
SATYAIT RAY'S
THE MUSIC
ROOM
Dir. Satyajit Ray, 1965.
Indian, Bengal; subtitled.
Story of India's aristo-
cracy with music by Ravi
Shankar.

if feels like to have had a loboto-
my. As Roy Rogers said in Na-
tional Enquirer: "I wouldn't let
my horse, Trigger, see some of
the movies that they've got out
today." This film not only barks,
it bites. It wasn't directed; it
was perpetrated. It isn't a film;
it's a crime against humanity;
they're lucky they aren't going
to reconvene the Nuremburg
Tribunals. Etc., etc., etc. . . .
-P.M.
* * * f
In regard to the Cinema II
advertisement which bears my
misspelled name: sorry folks!
Neal Gabler never called Trash
"the real Love Story." Neal Gab-
ler never even saw the movie.
-N.G.
PANTA and
the MAGIC
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PLUS
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FEB. 17, 18, 19

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-Detroit News
"ONE OF THE
YEAR'S TEN BEST"
-Time
"The best American
movie of the last six
months."
"Come on like gangbust-
ers . . . I doubt if you'll
see anything quite as
devastating."
-Michigan Daily
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Dir. Roy Rowland, 1953
A nine-year-vld boy falls
asleep at the piano and
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WHY EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT-

By DONALD SOSIN
An enthusiastic crowd turned
out to hear Hermann Prey in
a program of Schubert songs at
the P o w e r Center Thursday
night. With Leonard Hokanson
at the piano, Prey spun out the
sublime phrases of Schwanenge-
sang, Schubert's last collection.
The. fourteen poems that the
composer set came from the
work. of Johann Sidl, Heinrich
Heine, and Ludwig Rellstab. Prey
added four more Seidl songs to
round out the evening..
Schubert's swan songs are
varied in nature. The Rellstab
settings are mainly lyrical, con-
trasting with the anguished
phrases of the Heine verses.
Prey was eminently capable of
bringing out fine points in'all
of these, from the utter sim-
plicity of "The Fisher Girl," to
the torment of "Atlas" and the
long arched lines of "Longing
in Spring."
With "The Ghostly Double,"
a Heine text, Prey reached a
climax of emotional quality, and
was wise to program it just be-
fore intermission. He was equal-
ly justified in rearranging the
whole order of the songs, as they
do not form a unified cycle, and
their traditional order is only
that established by Schubert's
publisher.
Thus the ironic "Farewell"
could come at the close of the
evening-it brought the audience
to its feet through Prey's charm-
ing, understated interpretation,
matched by a superlative per-
formance at the keyboard. The
type of ensemble work that was
evident throughout comes from
the long association between the
two artists. And it was Hokan-
"son who had the last word in

many of the songs and was able
to draw the sound out to an in-
finitesimal thread before it van-
ished altogether.
The Seidl songs were the least
successful of the evening. Prey
was too often below pitch, and
seemed to be straining to give
expression to the material. The
pitch problems were never en-
tirely solved, but his manner
became more open and intimate
later on, which, coupled with
his perfect diction produced some
fine moments.
One expected more than a
series of moments, however, and
missed a true feeling that each
sonk had its own particular
characterization.
In the end, though, one had a
feeling of awe for the composer's
ability to infuse simple material
with endless variety, to match
so perfectly the spirit of a poem
' with sounds. He was a true
genius. What else can you say
about a thiry-one-year-old com-
poser who died, leaving over six
hundred of the greatest songs
ever written?

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directed by Paul Morrissey
(1971),

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