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Page Twelve


Wednesday, September 22, 1971

ALMOST EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK AT 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. (unless otherwise noted)
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~rolling plains is the true hero." Climaxed with a ferocious fight be- Nov. 4, 5-THE RISE TO POWER OF LOUIS
tween John Wayne, the father, and Montgomery Clift, his step-son. Dir. Roberto Rossellini, 1965. The neo-realist dire
Shown at 7 and 9:15 p.m. ception of history, an intensive analysis of the imi
Oct. 5-To be announced and costume with a sumptuous decor.
Oct. 6-VARIETY Nov. 6, 7-MURIEL
Dir. E. A. Dujont, 1926. Emil Jannings in Dupont's famous circus tale Dir. AlainsResnais, 1963. With Delphine Seyrig.
of total love and insane jealousy on the high wire. and anguish destroy provincial life in a Proustia
& things past
Dir. Robert Wiene, 1919. Lil Dagover, Werner Kraus. The exemplary Nov. 9-CHINA GATE
sttaement of German expressionism. A sonnabulist nightmare refract- Dir. Samuel Fuller, 1957. Gene Barry, Angie D
ed through the mirrors of the mental fantasy of a madman. A classic. Cole, Lee Van Cleef. Interesting account of Fre
Indo-China. Nat King Cole sings for the Vietnan
Dir. Paul Wegener, 1920. Medieval legend of Jewish Frankenstein Nov. 10-POTEMKIN
robot that comes to the aid of persecuted Jews. Dir. Sergei Eisenstein, 1925, Silent. Eisenstein's t
Oct. 9, 1O-YOJIMBO (THE BODY GUARD) Idessa Steps sequence. Peter Wilde painted the
Dir. Akira Kurosawa, 1961. Tishiro Mifune. A glorious comedy-satire Nov. 11, 12-BAKER'S WIFE
about the bodyguard who kills the bodies he is hired to guard. The Dir. Marcel Pagnol, 1939. The village baker cann
« s Westerner and gangster as a comic hero: a shaggy Samurai with a laments his wife's departure with a stupid, sexy sh
sword for hire. who want their bread, organize to bring her back
Oct. 12-THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS incomparably witty.
eDir, Orson Welles, 1942. Joseph Cotton, Agnes Morehead, Anne Box- Nov. 13, 14-SHAME
ter. Following up Citizen Kane, Welles charts the rise and fall of a Dir. Ingmar Bergman, 1968. Liv UUllman and N
Great American Family. Agnes Morehead plays a "bitter, hysterical stark moral tale that reflects Bergman's "ultima
a old maid that just about yells you out of the theater." war." A surreal takeover changes the lives of two
Short: News Parade of 1956. isolation was security.
Oct. 13-THE WHITE HELL OF PITZ PALU Festival Week: The Films of Jean-Luc
Dir. G. W. Pabst, 1929. Pabst's visually stunning tale of men versus
mountains of ice. With film-maker (Triumph of the Will) Leni Rief- r-LE
enstahl. 1959. Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Seberg. Photogr
tard. French gangsters-American style.
Dir. George Cukor, 1940. Katherine Hepburn, James Stewart, Cary Nov. 16-A WOMAN IS A WOMAN
t Grant, Ruth Roman. Hi jinx in hi society. Katherine Hepburn charms 1961. Belmondo, Jean-Claude Brialy, Anna Kari
the p6nts off all comers and the four frolic in end out of marriage between two men, dances her way through consum
with effortless eldn. The wittiest and most charming movie you'll ever makes the modern French woman tick. Short: C
see. uaraneed.Nov. 17-VIVRE SA VIE
Oct.- p" 16, 17-TARGETS 1962. Anna Karina, Sady Rabbot. Life of a Frenc
.7. ..Dir. Peter Bogdanovich, 1968. Boris Karloff's last film. Mass murderer Short: L'Oiseau
*rrk takes pot shots at motorists on the Los Angeles Freeway. Later he Nv -LH VLE TAG D
° e shoots at patrons of a Drive-In from a hole in the screen. Watch outN
Oct. 19-OF MICE AND MEN 1965. Eddie Constantine, Anna Karina, Akim T
Dir. Lewos Milestone, 1939. Film adaptation of John Steinbeck's pow- tasy in modern Paris. New Wave satire on the sp
erful and touching story about a middle-aged man with the mind of Short: La Berynth
cnchid-whosesonly desire is to tend the rabbits.
p -BOct. 202-MO CKP KET 1965. Belmondo, Anna Karma, Dirk Sanders. d
Dir. Charles Chaplin, 1936. Madness, love and laughter as means of crashes. Anna Karna leads Jean-Paul astray and
fN coping with soulless modern society. Charlie Chaplin, Paulette Goddard. solutely self-explosive.
Dir. Robert Bresson, 1956. A taunt revelation of escape and spiritual 1966. Jean-Pierre Leaud and Chantal Goya. Revoli
lit_______ compression as seen through the eyes of a prisoner who has no other star. Presents a sorry picture of consumer society.
F 1 1 1 way out. Bresson's intensity and austerity will bring you to the edge of of Marx and Coc-Cola".
Sept 22BROK N BOSSMS Ot. 3, 4-PIKPO KET1967. Collective work on the war, with Godard,
Dir. D. W. Griffith,. 1919. Lillian Gish in Griffith's atmospheric tale of Dir. Robert Bresson, 1959. With Martin Lossole and Pierre Leymarie. Lelouch, and Agnies Varda as contributors. In G
the heroic and tragic love of a disillusioned young Chinese for a slum Stark spare beauty due to Bresson's concise, muted style. The pick- asks himself what a Western filmmaker can do t
Cinderella. pocket pursuing his compulsive career of theft through the Metro sta-
tions of Paris becomes an anonymous sinner. Nov. 22-WIND FROM THE EAST
Sept. 23, 24-IVAN THE TERRIBLE-Part 1 Short: Any Old Port 1970. One of Godard's new political films. Recer
Dir. Sergei Eisenstein, 1941-1946. The first part of Eisenstein's master-.BETWEEN
piece. Ivan contains the cinema's most powerful composition and cut- Oct. 25-THE MAN Nov. 30-QUIET AMERICAN
ting. With music by Prokofiev this is perhaps Russia's greatest historical Dir. Carol Reed, 1953. James Mason, Claire Bloom, Hildegarde Neff. 1958. Michael Redgrave and Audie Murphy as a
film. Be sure to see Part II. Berliner makes dandy living risking his life to save a girl from the do-gooder. Adapted from Graham Greene's novels
Reds. Lively suspenser. as a correspondent in Indo-China. Most of the fi
Sept. 25, 26-IVAN THE TERRIBLE-Part IO in Vietnam.
Dir. Sergei Eisenstein, 1941-1946. The second half of Eisenstein's story Oct. 26-WINGS
about Russia's notorious Czar Ivan contains Eisenstein's first and only Dir. William Wellman, 1927, Silent. First film to win Oscar. Gary Dec. 1-THE GREEN BERETS
color sequence. More of Prokofiev's music. Cooper, Clara Bow and Charles Rogers. Spectacular World War I aerial Dir. John Wayne, 1967. John Wayne David Janser

**** ****** *
ctor defines his con-
p1lication s of gesture
Memories of horror
in rememberance of
ickenson, Nat King
nch involvement in
our-de-montage: the
flag red.
iot work because he
epherd; the villagers,
<. Pagan, poetic and
ax von Sydow in a
Ma personal vision of
people who thought
aphy by Raoul Cou-
Short: Boiled Egg
ina. Stripper caught
er pop culture. What
harlotte et Son Jules
h prostitute.
miroff. Futurist fan-
ace age.
iun running and car
does him wrong. Ab-
Short: L'Oiseou
lutionary falls for pop
About "the children
Alain Resnais, Claude
odard's sequence, he
aid the Vietnamese.
itly repudiated.
n idealistic American
about his experiences
Im was photographed
n. Duke goes to North

dogfights are the background to a tale of love and loyalty. Carolina, alias Vietnam, to show all American ho
Festival Week: The American Western Ot 7 NGTTD
Sept. 27-OKLAHOMA KID Dir. Curtis Harrington, 1961. Dennis Hopper, Linda Lawson, Laura Dir. Fritz Lang, 1943. Ray Milland, Marjorie R
Dir. Lloyd Bacon, 1939. Jame Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Ward Bond. Andrews. Young sailor meets carnival girl who thinks she's a mermaid. Ex-con becomes target for death in this tale of i
Cagney's the hero; Bogart's the villian in this sturdy Western. Classic Anchors away. Short: Hogwild Short: Fun After the Wedding
scene has Cagney singing "I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard."
Short: She Said No Festival of Halloween Films Dec. 4, 5-ALL THESE WOMEN
Sept. 28-THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON Oct. 28-DRACULA. Dir. Ingmar Bergman, 1964. Bergman, known fo
Dir. Raoul Walsh, 1941. Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Arthur Ken- Dir. Tod Browning, 1931. Bela Lugosi. Classic horror film of Transyl- sides of the soul, turns to unabashed slapstick
nedy, Gene Lockhard, Anthony Juinn, Sydney Greenstreet. Sweeping vanian vampire working his evil spell on perplexed group of Londoners.Shr:Bte EdrBsGuc
Hollywood version of Little Big Horn with Flynn flamboyant as Custer. Lugosi's most famous role with his definitive interpretation of the Short: Battle at Elder Bush Gulch
Shown at 7 and 9:15 p.m. Count. Short: Two Tars with Laurel and Hardy Dec. 7-DR. STRANGELOVE, or how I lear
Sept. 29-1 SHOT JESSE JAMES Oct. 29-FRANKENSTEIN worrying and love the bomb
Dir. Samuel Fuller, L949. Preston Foster, Barbara Britten. Dynamic ac- Dir. James Whale, 1931. Boris Karloff, John Boles, Mae Clarke, Colin Dir. Stanley Kubrick, 1963. Peter Sellers, George
count of the dirty little ciward who shot Mr. Howard. The film is con- Clive. The original monster movie about a mad scientist who creates First nuclear comedy-a crazed, jaundiced view
structed almost entirely of close-ups. Made by the man who said "Love Karloff accidentally using a criminal's brain. Short: The Ruse and one of its generals trying to save the world f
is like a battlefield." Short: Believe it or Not Oct. 30-FREAKS Dec. 8-THE GREAT DICTATOR
Sept. 30-LEFT HANDED GUN Dir. Tod Browning, 1932. A collection of people with various demorm- Dir. Charlie Chaplin, 1940. Charlie Chaplin, Pa
Dir. Arthur Penn, 1958. Paul Newman as an ignorant Billy the Kid in ities whi are part of a circus troupe in what must be called one of the lin's Tramp becomes a Jewish barber and a Nazi
the sex-starved, male dominated Old West. The first film by the direc- most compassionate movies ever made. Short: Anything Once Dec. 9, 10-ANATAHAN
tor of "Bonnie and Clyde"; adapted from a T.V. play by Gore Vidal. Oct. 31-THE HAUNTING
Memorable moments of violence: Billy blasts a man out of his boots. Ot 1 TEH UTN Dir. Josef VonSternberg, 1954. VonStenberg's Ias
Dir. Robert Wise, 1963. Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Russ Tamblyn. Japanese soldiers refuse to believe the war is ov
Oct. 1-FAR COUNTRY Haunted house intrigues scientist who decides to live there in order to his earlier style. Shoi
Dir. Anthony Mann, 1954. James Stewart, Ruth Roman, Walter Breri- study it better. That was his mistake. Just right for Halloween night. Dec. 11, 12-ANIMAL CRACKERS
nan, A cattle drive to Alaska leads Stewart and Brennan into a fight Nov. 2-NORTH BY NORTHWEST
for justice. Taunt Western by an unbeatable stylist.No.2 ORHB N RTW S Dir. V. Heermon, 1930. Marx Brothers, Mrgar
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1959. Cary Grant, Martin Landau, Eva Marie brothers invade High Society and a valuable pain
Oct. 2-ONE-EYED JACKS Saint, James Mason, Leo G. Carrol. Innocent bystander Grant is chased
Dir. Marlon Brando, 1961. Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Katy Jurado, half way across the country where he falls in love with Saint; is at-D
Slim Pickens. Brando is the outlaw with revenge and love on his mind. tacked by a crop duster in an open field, and has his fingers stomped Dir. Frank Capra, 1937. Ronald Colman, Jane
Revenge for his ex-sidekick, now a respectable and married sheriff, on by Landau atop Lincoln's nose on Mt. Rushmore. Shown at 7 and Explorers in revolutionary China board a planev
and love for the sheriff's daughter. Shown at 7 and 9:30 p.m. 9:15 p.m. the Never-Never Land of Shangri-La, where no a

)w all-american it is.
eynolds, Dan Duryea.
nternational intrigue.
ir charting the darker
and luscious color. A
ned to stop
C. Scott, Slim Pickins.
of the U.S. Air Force
rom communism.
ulette Godard. Chap-
st film, shot in Japan.
er. A departure from
rt: Alice's Egg Plant
et Dumont. The four
ting disappears.
Wyman, Sam Jaffe.
which carries them to
ne grows old.
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