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Saturday, February 1, 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 1, 1975

events and entertainment



for the


of feb. 1-7

all week
Amarcord , Campus) - Fe-
derico Fellini's best film in
years finally comes to town this
week for a three-week stand.
Definitely the best foreign film
of 1974.****
Towering Inferno-(Fifth For-
um)-Irwin Allen's hot streak
goes on as this burnt offering
continues for another week.
Steve McQueen and Paul New-
man star.**.'
Harry and Tonto-(State)-Art
Carney plays to perfection a
lovable old man who finds out
just how terrible it is to grow
old and unwanted in America.
*** Opening midweek: Young
The Godfather, Part II-(Mich-
igan)-Francis Ford Coppola di-
rected this second part to what
may well be the most well-
known soap opera in modern
cinema. A solid picture.****
The Front Page-(The Movies,
Briarwood)-Billy Wilder's new
remake of the Ben Hecht-Char-
les MacArthur play never real-
ly gets off the ground.** Also
continuing at Briarwood: Free-
bie and the Bean, The Man With
the Golden Gun, Paper Moon,
and The Longest Yard.
satur day
February 1
Birthdays: Clark Gable, Lang-
ston Hughes.
Black Orpheus (Cinema II,
Aud. A, 7, 9)-Adventurous film
that seems surprising for 1959.
Contains some great footage of
the Rio de Janeiro festival. **
Cabaret (New World, MLB 4,
7, 9:30)-Liza Minelli and Joel
Grey immerse themselves in
"divine decadence" during the
1930's in Berlin. Excellent point-
counterpoint technique empha-
sizes the decadance of the cab-
aret as well as the decay of
Berlin society and the rise of
0 Lucky Man (New World,
MLB 3, 7, 10)-Lindsay Ander-
son's tribute to capitalism with
Malcolm McDowell as the
"carry-over" from If . .
Shallow for its length. **
Meet John Doe (Cinema Guild,
Arch. A, 7)-Socially aware
study that is a monument to
Capra's work. With Barbara
Stanwyck. **
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
(Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud.,
9:05)-Gary Cooper in Capra's
comedy of classical corruption.
American Graffiti (Mediatrics
Nat Sci Aud., 7:30, 9:30)-Di-
rector George Lucas' envisioned
film of 1962 high school life.
Seeking out the golden support
of Francis Ford Coppolla, he has
created one of the truly excel-
lent period pieces in film his-
tory. ***
Ark-Lou and Sally Killen,
English traditional music, $2.50
Blind Pig-Muskadine, blues,
Chances Are-Clicker, rok,
$1.50 for students, $2.00 others
Golden Falcon-Friends Road
Show Jazz Band, jazz, $2.00
Mr. Flood's Party-Hardesty
Bothers, country, $1.00
Suds Factory-Ian-Quail, rock
Del Rio-(1:30-4:00) Gelman
Palidofsky Dance Theatre, ex-
perimental dance theatre, no

Gymnastics - U-M vs. Ohio
State, Crisler Arena, 1 p.m.
Tartuffe - One of Moliere's
finest comedies performed by
the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre;
Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m.
Son of Frankenstein (1939)
airs on Channel 2 today at 3
p.m. with a cast that includes
Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff and
Basil Rathbone! You can catch
Robert Blake in Electra Glide
in Blue (1973) tonight on 7 at
9, about a short traffic cop who
wants to hit the big time and
Up the Down Staircase (1967),
on Channel 2 at 11:30, features
talented Sandy Dennis in an ex-
cellent story about teaching
slum education in New York
and also stars Eileen Heckart.
For the monster movie die-
hards The Invisible Man's Re-
venge (1944), with John Carra-
dine, Jon Hall and Alan Curtis,
debuts on 2 at 1:30 a.m., which
is where it belongs. The special
effects are cool but only sec-
ondary to the bizarre set con-
struction and wooden dialogue.

1924 classic. Vintage comedy
for early film freaks. ***
If . . . (New World, Nat Sci
Aud., 7, 9)-Lindsay Anderson's
film of youth in rebellion,
marred only by intermittent
cinematic flaws. He almost pulls
it off. ***
La Dolce Vita (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 8)-Fellini's scan-
dalous film caused quite a tre-
mor in 1961, but appears as
strictly P.G. stuff now. Never-
theless, his vision of social de-
cadence remains unparalleled;
one of the greatest films ever.
Blind Pig-Silk Purse, clas-
sical, $.50
, Chances Are-Lightning Red
and his Blues Band, blues, $1.00
for students, $1.50 others
Dooley's-Craig Marsden, folk,
no cover
Mr. Flood's Party-(4:30-7:30)
Melidioso, latin jazz band, $.50
Mr. Flood's Party-Mike Smith
and the Country Volunteers,
country, $.50
Musical Society-Tokyo Quar-
tet: Rackham Aud., 2:30 p.m.
U-M Dearborn-"Shubertiad":
Fair Lane Center, 7:30 p.m.
It's little Shirley Temple in
Captain January (1936), telecast
this morning on Channel 50 at
11:30, and don't miss Guy Kib-I
bee as the lighthouse keeper
with a heart of gold. Later Rod
Layer meets Jimmy Connors for
m100,000 on the CBS Sports Spec-
tacular, at 1 p.m. on 2.
Whatever you do don't let Ed
Sullivan slip through your hands
-he's on Channel 2 at 7:30 and
hosts guests like The Beatles,
Woody Allen and Fred Astaire
for a memorable retrospective
entitled The Sullivan Years.
A Mafia movie that just fin-
ished playing Ann Arbor three
months ago is on the telly al-
ready-it's called Crazy Joey
and stars Peter Boyle, Fred
Williamson and Paula Prentiss
on Channel 7 at 8:30 p.m. Shot
on location in NYC, the pic isn't
half-bad and has some nice
cameo roles by Rip Torn and
Eli Wallach. Michael Caine is
immortal in the 1966 English
film Funeral in Berlin, and you
can catch it tonight on 7 at 11:45.
February 3

Day of t

he Jackal (New

World, MLB 3, 7, 9:30)-Envi-
sioned film of an attempted
assassination of de Gaulle. Fred
Zinnemann's work, from For-
syth's novel, is only semi-effec-
Women in Love (Ann Arbor
Co-op, Aud. A, 7, 9:30)-Beau-
tifully complex film of D.H.
Lawrence's classic. Director
Ken Russel, who has an occa-
sional flair for extravagance,
elicts excellent performances
from all involved.****
Captain Blood (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05)-Michael
Curtiz film festival.
Ark - Hootenanny, amateur
night, $.75
Blind Pig - Other Side, jazz,
Chances Are - Good Time
Band, rock, $.50 students, $1.00
Mr. Flood's Party - Gemini,
rock, $.50
Suds Factory - Whiz Kids,
rock, $.50
Asian American Awareness
Week - poetry reading, songs,
skits: Eaton Lounge, Bait I, 8
Workman's compensation is
discussed on TV College early
this morning on Channel 7 at
6:25 a.m.! Later don't miss The
Thrill of It All (1963), a Doris
Day-James Garner comedy with
lots of laughs and. some hilari-
ous direction by Norman Jewis-
on, on Channel 9 at 1 p.m.
Tonight Geraldine Fitzgerald
stars in a TV-adaptation of D.H.
Lawrence's The Widowing of
Mrs. Holroyd on Channel 56's In
America series at 9 p.m., which
should be a fascinating and en-
grossing interpretation. Later on
Get Christie Love at 10 p.m. on
7 Arte Johnson, Judy Carne,
JoAnne Worley and Gary Owens
re-unite from Laugh-In to play
it strictly straight on this fe-
male cop show.
I'll Never Forget What's 'Is-
name (1967) airs on Channel 9
at midnight, and features Orson
Welles and Carol White in an
amusing story about a business-
man who drops out, turns on
and tunes in.
February 6
Birthdays: Queen Anne, Zsa
Zsa Gabor.
Woman in the Dunes (Ann
Arbor Co-op, Aud. A, 7, 9:30)-
Japanese film that stands as
one of the all time greats.***
On the Waterfront (Indochina
P e a c e Campaign, Nat. Sci.
Aud.)-Brando's Oscar winning
portrayal of Terry Malloy re-
mains one of the greatest per-
formances in screen history.
Kazan's film is one of unusual
power and depth, due largely to
the excellent back-up perform-
ances of Rod Steiger and Karl
One-Eyed Jacks (Indochina
P e a c e Campaign, Nat. Sci.
Aud.)- Brando directed and
starred inthisunevenctaleof

Angels with D i r t y Faces sinking
(Cinma Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, Sea
9:05)-Michael Curtiz film fes- Arch..
tival. Curtiz i
Ark-Skunk's Wizardry String Ark-
Band, $1.00 western
Blind Pig - Synergy, jazz, Blin
$1.00 Blind
Chances Are - Good Time $1.00
Band, rock, $.50 for students, Chan(
$1.00 others Band,r
Mr. Flood's Party-Diamond $1.00 ot
Rio, country, $.75 Mr. F
Suds Factory - Whiz Kids, County,
rock, $.50 $1.00
Music School -- Faculty re- Suds
cital, John McCollom, tenor; $1.00
Nancy Hodge, pianist: Rackham Music
Aud., 8 p.m. Directi
EVENTS tor: Ra
International Night-Japanese
food: League Cafeteria, 5-7:15. Peach
Asian American Awareness "Fever
Week - Guilty by Reason of 8 p.m.I
Race; discussion, WW II lots ofv
Japanese - American relocation
camps: House Lounge, West
Quad, 7:30 p.m. Maril
THEATRE hubbie,
Peachy Cream Productions- p.m., C
"Fever Pitch": East Quad Aud., Niagra
8 p.m. An original musical with Don Ri
lots of vim and vigor. on the
THE TUBE airinga
An-about-to-be-divorced lawyer ters doe
(Robert Mitchum) and a hippie the Ma
from the Village (Shirley Mac- posing
Laine) meet and fall in love to snar
during Two for the Seasaw Later
(1962) today at 4 p.m. on Chan- ren Oa
nel 11. Eddie Haskell quits cellentt
school on Leave It to Beaver at ster tha
5:30 on Channel 20, and Wally tic inte
wants to follow in his friend s m e a t
footsteps until father Ward steps Oates;
in. ard Dr
Marty Feldman, who's so hi- also sta
larious as Igor in this year's rected7
Young Frankenstein, is a great on Cha
star on the new Karen Valen- has stif
tine Show tonight at 8:30 on 7, late Ja
if you're interested. TV ap
There's a salute to vaudeville tin's R
on Dinah at 10 p.m. on 50, and Channe
features such all-time greats as
Jack Albertson, Milton Berle To Ha
and Frank Sinatra Jr. (Jr.?) starrin
And, last but not least, Mel year-old
Brooks himself is a guest on the 50 at 11
Tonight Show at 11:30 on 4. Is all
i a m..?
with K
is telec
r very la
Birthdays: Charles Dickens,
Gay Talese
Adrift (Cinema II, Aud. A, 7, The
9)-Czech director Jan Kader's advert
insight into the sexual fantasies coupo
of a fisherman. Questionable.
American Graffiti (New World, advert
MLB, 3, 7, 9:15)-See Saturday terday
cinema. date is
Save the Tiger- (Mediatrics,
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30, 9:30)-Ex-
tending the doctrine of corpo-
rate survival to its maximum,
director John Avildson's film is
probably more accurate than we
would like to believe. Jack Lem-
mon is extremely effective as
the rat swimming toward the

Wolf (Cinema Guild,
Aud., 7, 9:05)-Michael
film festival.
- Paul Siebel, country-
Pig-Silvertones, blues,
ces Are - Good Time
rock, $.50 for students,
Flood's Party-Merrimac
country and bluegrass,
Factory-Gabriel, rock,
School - Contemporary
mns, Uri Mayer, conduc-
ackham Aud., 8 p.m.
y Cream Productions-
Pitch": East Quad And.,
An original musical with
vim and verve.
yn Monroe cheats on
Joseph Cotten in the 1
hannel 50 presentation of
today, followed later by
ckles doing a guest shot
old Gomer Pyle Show,
at 3:30 on 9. Shelley Win-
es her thing on Chico and
n at 8:30 on Channel 4,
as the-new-girl-in-town
e Chico's newfound boss.
on Channel 2 it's War-
tes as Dillinger, an ex-
bio of the notorious gang-
at has only a few roman-
rludes and lots of good
y characterization by
Michelle Phillips, Rich-
eyfuss and Ben Johnson
ar Ingmar's Bergman di-
The Silence (1963), airing
nnel 56 at 10 p.m., but it
ff competition in that the
ck Benny makes his last
pearance on Dean Mar-
oast at the same time on
1 4.
ave and Have Not (1944),
g Bogart and then-19-
d Lauren Bacall, airs on
:30 (a GREAT film).
programming over at 3
NO! Mayberry R.F.D.
en "the Queen" Berry,
ast on Channel 2 at this
te and great hour of the
> expiration date was in-
ently left out of the
n in the Domino P i z z a
isement appearing in yes-
's Daily.. The expiration
s Sunday, February 2.
is what
Ann Arbor
ten for it Soon!

BREAD AND ROSES . . . Donald Hall's new play opens Wednesday night at Power

A good week for local talent in bloom:
Donald Hall, the campus' venerated poet-
cum-playwright, has written and directed
a new play called "Bread and Roses," and
it premieres Wednesday night at Power
Center. Shown above is guest-artist-in-resi-
dence Walter Rhodes rehearsing the role of
a radical labor organizer with Maria Olds,

Michael Pinckney, Susan Wall and Evan
Jeffries . . . In the flicks, it's a good Frank
Capra week, with "Meet John Doe" and
"Mr. Deeds" tonight. Also worth watching:
Brando in "On the Waterfront" or "One-
Eyed Jacks" Thursday night. If you feel
like starting a c a m p u s rebellion, see
"If . . ." tomorrow night. But don't get
any ideas . . .

Birthdays: Gertrude
Horace Greeley


Pink Flamingos (New World,
Nat Sci Aud., 7, 9)-Back again-
If you haven't seen it, proceed
with caution. If you do, stick
around for Divine's finale. *
Paths of Glory (Ann Arbor
Co-op, Aud. A, 8:45)-Stanley
Kubrick's frightening film of
the "military intelligence." A
great film. ****
Los Olividados (Ann Arbor
Co-op, Aud. A, 10:30)-Bunuel's
surrealistic yarn of youth in
Mexico. Good, but not one of
his best. **
Blind Pig -Boogie-Woogie
Red, boogie, $1.00
Chances Are-Mo-Jo Boogie,
boogie, and Jr. Walker and the
Allstars, $3.00
Suds Factory-Squeeze, rock,
UAC Future Worlds-Jessica
Tuchman, "Determination of
Government: Decisions on Tech-
nology"; Rackham Aud., 8 p.m.
Darrin tries to find out just
how old Samantha really is on
Bewitched tonight at 6 p.m. on
Channel 9; later on 7 at 9 p.m.
don't miss Warren Beatty and
Liz Taylor in The Only Game
In Town (1970), a box-office
bomb that actually looks just
right for television with com-
Rhoda's mother thinks she has
a terminal illness on the 9:30,
Channel 2 hit - of - the - season
Rhoda, and Nancy Walker steals
the show right out from under
Valerie Harper's nose. The To-
night Show, airing at 11:30 on 4,
has Barbra Walters for a one-
shot-deal as guest host and Gene
Kelley is scheduled to make a
rare TV appearance, although
the neatest, most imaginative
show tonight has to be David
Susskind (midnight on Channel
9), who features a guest with the
title "I Was A Prostitute, Mug-
ger and Junkie" for his open-
February 4
Birthdays: Charles Lindbergh,
Ida Lupino
Ivan the Terrible, Part I (Ann


Band, rock, $.50 for students,
$1.00 others
Suds Factory-Squeeze, rock,
Music School-Baroque Trio,
Galuppi, Quantz, Bach, Couper-
in program: Rackham Aud., 8
Anthroposophical Student As-
soc.-Benefit, Sunfield Retarded
Children's Home, solo violin, 6
sonatas, partitas by Bach: 1st
Congregational Church, State
and William, 8:30 p.m.
Institute for the Study of Men-
tal Retardation and Related Di-
sease-"Everything You Always
Wanted to Know About, But
Didn't Know Who to Ask, career
information day: 130 S. 1st, 8:30
a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Institute for the Study of Men-
tal Retardation and Related Di-
seases - C a r e e r Exposition,
Community Services Division:
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Women's Basketball-U-M vs.
Wayne State: Crisler Arena, 6
Residential College Lectures
-James Vann, "History as Art
and as Science": Greenei
Lounge, East Quad, 7 p.m.
All Things Great and Small
airs on Channel 4 this evening
at 8:30 on the Hallmark Hall of
Fame Show, and stars Anthony
Hopkins and Simon Ward in
this sentimental story taken
from the James Herriot best
seller. You can see James Caan
on Merv Griffin tonight on

Channel 50 at the same time,
or wait an hour to see Dave
Mason and Donovan on a spe-
cial Soundstage program on
Channel 56 at 9:30.
To think Humphrey Bogart
would trade prison for romance
is unheard of, but in Isle of
Fury (1936), telecast at 11:30
on 50, he plays a wanted killer
who falls for a beautiful girl on

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a faraway South
Bogie shines, and
Margret Lindsey,
and Sidney Bracy.

Sea Island.
co-stars with
E.E. Clive

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February 5
Birthdays: Hank Aaron, Adlai

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