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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursay, anuay 27 1 1

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, January 21, 1 ~'T '1 ~

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1971, WINTER SCHEDULE
ALMOST EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK AT 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. (unless otherwise noted)
Thu.-Fri., Jan. 21, 22 RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY Wed., Feb. 10 TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK Sun., Mar. 21 ONLY ANGELS H
Dir. Sam Peckinpah, USA, 1962. Cinemascope and color. Randolph Scott THE WORLD* 1939. Group of men who must fly the mail thro
and Joel McCrea as reunited aging cowboys who took on the perilous Dir. Sergei M. Eisenstein, Russia, 1927. Silent. Developed from John at the highest of risks. Crystal clear characte
job of bringing the gold shipment down from the high country. Sleeper Reed's book on the 1917 Russian Revolution. Vivid historical recon- questions of love, sexual pride, fear and duty.
of 1962. Peckinpah, with this and "The Wild Bunch" has revitalized struction traveling that thin line between documentary and reconstruc- tried to answer these questions but Hawks' hand
and redefined the Western. Edgar Buchanan is unforgettable aos the tion. The "Battle of Algiers" of the 1920's. come.
drunken judge.
Thu., Feb. 11 THE SOUTHERNER Tue.-Wed., Mar. 23-24 FANTA;
Jan. 23 Saturday Afternoon Matinee Dir. Jean Renoir, USA, 1945. With Zachary Scott, Betty Field, Beulah Science fiction master Asimov scripts the dari
1:00 & 3:00 P.M. Bondi, Bunny Sunsnine. The great French director of "Grand ilusion'' submarine. Featuring Racquel Welch in subcu
CHARLIE CHAPLIN Feature Film and "Rules of the Game" comes to America and makes many films.
This is a superb drama of a Southern farm family trying to survive Thu., Mar. 25 BREWSTER'S MIL
Bring the whole family. No popcorn planned but lots of laughs. against serious odds. Dir. Allan Dwan, USA, 1945. Dennis O'Keefe
American dollars quickly to receive a major
Sat.-Sun., Jan. 23-24 THE SILENCE Fri., Feb. 12 BOUDU SAVED FROM DROWNING they would be easy-but he has only ose day. Th
Dir. Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, 1963. Two woman's love-hate relation- Dir. Jean Renoir, France, 1932. Michel Simon as Boudi-saved by a
ship. The third film in the trilogy including "Through A Glass Darkly" middle class bookseller who takes him home and tries to make him into Fri., Mar. 26 HAIL THE CONQUI
and "Winter Light" on the theme of the growing isolation between men. a model middle class man. And Boudi is trying to sleep with the book Dir. Preston Sturges, USA, 1944. Frail 4-F Ed
Bleak as they come. seller's wife. Rarely shown film but if you see one film on this schedule for a war hero by his hometown. One of eight
-come to this one. A Really Good Movie. Paramount-and one of the eight most brilliant
Tue., Jan. 26 THE GENERAL*
Dir. Buster Keaton, USA, 1926. Silent. Zany train ride through Civil Sat.-Sun., Feb. 13, 14 GREED Sat.-Sun., Mar. 27-28 TWO OR
War-torn Tennessee in this Keaton Klassic. Dir. Erich Von Stroheim, USA, 1925. A real magnus opus-cut down KNOW
from the controversial eight hour version. From Frank Norris' novel Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, France, 1966. Photogra
Wed., Jan. 27 THE NAVIGATOR "McTeague." A twisted tale of the corrosive evil of money. 24 hours in the life of a wife/prostitute. PIL
Dir. Buster Keaton, USA, 1924. Silent. Keaton marooned on an empty . feature you will hear a tape made during Goda
ocean liner. Tue.-Wed., Feb. 16, 17 CITIZEN KANE
Over and over we hear ourselves say that this is The Best Film Ever Tue., Mar. 30 STAGECOACH*
Thu.-Fri., Jan. 28, 29 JOHNNY GUITAR Made. Make your own value judgments. Starring Orson Welles himself Dir. John Ford, USA, 1939. Andy Devine, John
Dir. Nicholas Ray, USA, 1954. Cinemascope and Color. Joan Crawford, as William Randolph Hearst, newspaper magnate, industrialist, and Trevor, Thomas Mitchell, John Carradine. On
Sterling Hay'den, Ernest Borgnine, John Carradine. From' the man who self-proclaimed king, with his own castle-but still unloved, epic Westerns.
brought you "Rebel Without A Cause," this weird Western is his most
bizarre film. Moved the King of Esoterica, Andrew Sarris, to say "Ray Thu.-Fri., Feb. 18, 19 THE PASSION OF Wed., Mar. 31 TUMBLEWEEDS
was too delirious to pay any heed as Freudian feminism prevailed over JOAN OF ARC USA, 1926. Silent. Years later a section was add
Marxist masochism and Pirandello transcended polemics." Dir. Carl T.H. Dreyer, France, 1928. The familiar tale of the French S. Hart saying a moving farewell to the movies
saint becomes vibrant and exulting in this stark and highly stylized film. a great action Western about the opening of t
Jan. 30 Saturday Afternoon Matinee With Falconetti as the martyr. tures Hart's daring ride across the Plains and ov
1:00 & 3:00 P.M.
And another CHARLIE CHAPLIN Feature Film Sat.-Sun., Feb. 20-21 AU HAZARD BALTHAZAR Thu.-Fri., Apr. 1,2 SHOP AROUI
Rated "Gee." Approved by Reader's Digest Dir. Robert Bresson, France, 1966. Greatest of the early circus pictures. Dir. Ernst Lubitsch, USA, 1940. Margaret Sulliv
yRTouchdown after touchdown in this tender love story. A film by a real ding romance in a turn of thecentury Vienna
stylist, taught the American cinema the importance
Sat.-Sun., Jan. 30-3 1 THE SHOP ON pearances' sake."
MAIN STREET Sun., Feb. 21 MOUCHETTE Sat.Apr.34 ORPHEUS
Dir. Joseph Kadar, Czechoslovakia, 1965. Oscar for Best Foreign Film of Dir. Robert Bresson, France, 1967. "As far as I could I have eliminated Dir.-n. Apr.e,4 ORPHEUS
1965. Gripping story of Czechs, Jews and Nazis during World War 11- anything which might distract from the interior drama. For me, the Di. Jaean Cocteau, France 1949. The mystic
cinema is an exploration within. Within the mind, the camera can grasp
FESTIVAL OF THE FILMS OF CLAUDE CHABROL anything."-Bresson. Title means 'little fly.' Tue.-Wed., Apr. 6, 7 BATTLE 01
All Shown in Ann Arbor for the first time. Te- e.
Tue.-Wed., Feb. 23, 24 CAMILLE* Dir. Gilo Pontecorvo, France, 1967. Document
Mon., Feb. 1 LES COUSINS D G' C ' 1957 Algerian Revolution. Exhibarating andr
Dir. George Cukor, USA, 1937. Does Greta Garbo die before Robert the few truly revolutionary films.
Dir. Claude Chabrol, France, 1968. The country cousin comes to live Taylor can reach her bedside? One of the greatest of film romances
with decadent Parisian Jean-Claude Brialy. Morality play with a twist from the man who became known as "The Woman's Director." T9u.-Fri., Apr. 8,9 MR. HULOT'
of lemon.Th.FiA r.
Thu., Feb. 25 THE EAGLE Dir. Jacques Tati, France, 1954. Starring Jac
Tue., Feb. 2 SUNRISE Dir., Fae Bon US, 1925. Sinventive comedy, mostly in pantomine, aboutc
Dir. Clarence Bhown, USA, 1925. Silent. From the director of "Intruder vacationer at a French seaside resort. Reminis
Dir. F. W. Murnau, USA, 1927. Unique moving camera and stark black in the Dust" and "National Velvet." The vengeful Valentino stops him- Keaton.
black and white imagery in this great film from a fine director who died self from killing the father of the woman he loves. Exciting sideline plot
young. as the Czarina thirsts after Rudolph Valentino. Also stars Vilma Banky Sat.-Sun., Apr. 10. 11 LITTLE SH
,...-un.,Ap1.1.,111L T LE.S

*****************
AWE WINGS
ugh the mountain pass-
r relationships play out
Hundreds of films have
ling is as perfect as they
STIC VOYAGE*
ng adventures o' tiny
taneous excursicons.
LIONS
must spend one million
nheritance. You'd think
rills and laughs.
ERING HERO
die Bracken is mistaken
films Sturges made for
satires ever made.
THREE THINGS I
ABOUT HER
phed by Raoul Coutard.
us** as an intermission
rd's 1970 Trip.
Wayne, Tim Holt, Claire
e of the greatest of the
led to this film-William
. The bulk of the film is
he Cimarron Strip. Fea-
er the gulches.
ND THE CORNER
an, James Stewart. Bud-
notions shop. "Lubitsch
of appearances for ap-
Cocteau has death come
the Orpheus myth.
F ALGIERS*
ory reconstruction of the
most believable-one of
S HOLIDAY
ques Tati. Magnificently
a well-meaning but inept
cent of the early Buster
lOP OF HORRORS

(the former Vilma Lonchit.
Wed.,fFeb.r3VMETROP S) . Dir. Roger Corman, USA, 1960. Made in five d
Wed., Feb. 3 METROPOLIS* drive-in quickie. This film about a man-eating
Dir. Fritz Lang, Germany, 1926. Silent. The height of German expres- Tue.-Sun., March 9-14 THE NINTH ANNUAL most bizarre and funny films ever made. "Fe
sionism. An art-filled tale of factories in the middle of the earth, a ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL said the Plant.
robot and the boss's son. World's Largest Festival of Experimental/Independent Films. Each
show (7:00, 9:00 & 11:00 screenings Tue.-Sat.) is different. Packed Tue.-Wed., Apr. 13, 14 AN AME
Thu., Feb. 4 LEDA (Web of Passion) with 1971 Works of the New American Cinema. Sunday night-winners IN PA
Dir. Claude Chabrol, France, 1965. With Jean-Paul Belmondo. Tight, shown at Arch. Aud. and Aud. A, Angell Hall. Dir. Vincente 'Minelli, USA, 1951. Five Aca(
harshly emotional film of love and murder. tunes, great color, terrific dancing. With Ge
FESTIVAL OF THE FILMS OF HOWARD HAWKS Nina Foch.
Fri., Feb. 5 THE EVIL EYE Mon., Mar. 15 BRINGING UP BABY
Dir. Claude Chabrol, France, 1964. Othello-esque plot is the basis for 1938. Screwball comedy involving a baby leopard, of all things. Kath- Thu.-Fri., Apr. 15, 16 DESTRY R
this excursion into the subjective. Probably Chabrol's best film. With erine Hepburn and Cary Grant can't be beat. Dir. George Marshall, USA, 1939. Tragic-con
Stephane Audron and Jacques Charri. Brand's story of the different hero (James Ste
Tue.-Wed., Mar. 16, 17 THE BIG SLEEP* on his guns. Marlene Dietrich as sisging Frenc
Sat., Feb. 6 LES BICHES Screenplay by William Faulkner, from Raymond Chandler's chiller.
Dir. Claude Chabrol, France, 1969. Z-Man meets the radical lesbians. Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely. Violent, savage, cynical Sat.-Sun., Apr. 17, 18 THE DEVI
With Jean-Louis Trigtingnant, Stephane Audron and Jacqueline Sas- black humor-the perfect psycho-drama mystery. Dir. Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, 1960. Comed
sard, proverb "A chaste woman is a sty in the Devil'
Thu., Mar. 18 I WAS A MALE WAR BRIDE
Sun., Feb. 7 THE CHAMPAGNE MURDERS 1949. Cary Grant, Ann Sheridan. Satire of American army bureaucracy Thu.-Fri., Apr. 22, 23 KIND HEA
Dir. Claude Chabrol. Characters who show Chabrol's eye for the gro- lodged in wartime France. Cary Grant becomes transexual in order to CORON
tesque. Violence and intrigue in the struggle for control of a wine-mak- leave the country. Dir. Robert Homer, England, 1949. Dennis Pr
ing empire. With Tony Perkins, Stephane Audron. Alec Guiness as his eight aristocratic victims.
Fri., Mar. 19 THE BIG SKY British murder comedy.
Tue., Feb. 9 POTEMKIN' Hawks outdoes James Fenimore Cooper as he depicts the American
frontier moving north into Hudson's Bay. Kirk Douglas at his best. Sat.-Sun., Apr. 24, 25 THE BIG S
Dir. Sergei M. Eisenstemn, Russia, 1925. Silent. A replay from history DrC alsRenr S ,1 4 .Iaky u w
merging Eisenstein's artistic and revolutionary visions. The technical, D R D Dir. Charles Riesner, USA, 1941. I ask you-wF
character and ideological complexities of this film have influenced the Sat., Mar. 20 EL DORADO is the funniest? Could it be this-with the }
movies as much as "Birth of a Nation." 1967. Hawks' most recent film. roller skating through department store advent
*Indicates films being shown for the American Studies Film Program
A r%01i1 1Ur i A " ImI1E1 rA1 1r% 11r ''iiILkL

ays by the master of the
plant rates as one of the
ed me, give me to eat,"
RICAN
RIS"
demy Awards. Gershwin
ne Kelly, Oscar Levant,
IDES AGAIN
nedy Western from Max
vart) who finally buckles
hy, the saloon keeper.
L'S EYE
y based on the Swedish
s eye.
kRTS AND
ETS
ice as the murderer and
A wonderful multi-roled
STORE
rich Marx Brothers movie
house detective brothers
ures?

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