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well-done adaptation of II. G.
Wells' masterpiece is well!
worth dragging yourself away
from your books. If you're still
watching later on, Outer Lim-
its takes control of your box
on Channel 50 with an episode1
about an astronaut who encoun- ;
Commercial Cinema ters trouble on Earth after a
visit to Venus.
Murder on the Orient Express At 6:00 on Channel 20 comes
-+ (The Movies, Briarwood)- Frank Capra's Meet John Doe,
Agatha Christie's suspense thril- with Barbara Stanwyck as a
ler comes to the screen in ex- reporter seeking to glorify the
cellent form. Albert Finney common man. Summer of '42
stars as Hercule Poirot; Sid- returns to the airwaves at 9:00
ney Lumet directs. **** on Channel 7. Most people have
The Odessa File - (Michi- seen it by now, but the story:
gan) - The Butterfield chain's of Hermie, Oscy and Benjie,
main theater goes second-run wrapped in the sentimental
this week, bringing back Jon aura of romantic WWII, still
Voight and this dull tale for a has enough lure to plunk plen-
dubious return engagement. ** ty of people down on the sofa1
Young Frankenstein- (State) and see it again. At 11:30 from
-- Mel Brook's latest laugher Toledo's Channel 11 comes}
promises long lines and plenty Stanley Kubrick's tale of nu-
of chuckles for the lucky ones clear madness Dr. Strangelove:
who make it inside. **** Or, How I Learned to Stop'
Amarcord - (Campus) - Worrying and Love the Bomb.
Reality and fantasy become in- This funny, not so funny, film;
tertwined and almost insepara- stars Peter Sellers, and should
ble in Federico Fellini's best be required viewing for Henryl
film in years. **** Midnight the K.I
show Saturday: Flesh Gordon.
A little differen~t sort of porno.
Lenny - (Fifth Forum) -
Bob Fosse directed this two-
faced pseudo-documentary look
at the life of Lenny Bruce. Dus-F y
tin Hoffman and Valerie Per-t February 16
rinefare excellent; everything CINEMA{
else stinks.** Theodere Goes Wild (Cinema

Aud. C, 7:30) - A film that is
composed of nothing but actual
inmates of the San Francisco
County Jail. Bitter realism. No
admission. ***
The Seven Samurai (Ann Ar-
bor Co-op, Aud. A, 8:30) -
Kurosawa's epic runs some 200;
minutes, and, to its credit,!
seems only half that length. A
magnificent film. ****
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Red, $1.00
Chances Are - Jackel, rock
and roll, $1.00
Suds Factory - Masquerade,
rock, $.50
Music School - Symphony
Orchestra, Theo Alcantara, con-
ductor: Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
Music School - Albrecht Os-
tertag, tenor, Sylvia Berne-,
sconi, soprano, Helene Basler,
pianist: SM Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
EVENTS
UAC Future Worlds - Walterj
Reitman, "Artificial Intelli-
gence: Examples and Extrapo-
lations": Rackham Aud., 8 p.m.
Men's Basketball - U-M vs.
Minnesota: Crisler Arena, 8:05
p.m.
Audio - Visual Center - To-
tern; Paul Taylor and Com-
pany: Pendleton Center, Union,
'8
THE TUBE

of feb. 15-m21
Ballet: Power Center, 8 p.m. Joseph Losey's caustic fin
Music School-Phil- serves as a metaphor of wa-
harmonia: Hill Aud., 8 and its victims, and proves to
Music School - DMA piano be one of the directors better
series, David Yeomans: SM works.**
Recital Hall, 8 p.m. The Producers (Mediatrics,
EVENTS Nat. Sci. And., 7, 8:30, 10) -
Spanish Language, Culture This 1968 Mel Brook's film is
Films - "Campamento": 126 by far superior to the brash-
Residential College, East Quad, ness of his commercially suc-
4 p.m. cessful Blazing Saddles. Gene
International Night - Indian Wilder alone is worth the price
food; League Cafeteria, 5-7:15 of admission.***
p.m. MUSIC
Women's Studies Films - Ark - Jean Redpath, Scottish

DUSTIN HOFFMAN . . . lays one on
you in "Lenny."
Head I*lerws:
Number one biggie, at least for the
time being, is the GEO strike. Watch it,
even join it if you like, anyway you
look at it, it's a striking event
local headliner is PTP's production of
"The River Niger" at 8 p.m. at the
Power Center tonight . . . Baby-faced
Dustin Hoffman, jack-of-all trades in the
acting profession, is back again with his
hit, "Lenny" at the Fifth Forum . . .

Godmilow, Collins' Antonia: Folk, $2.50
Lecture Room 1, MLB, 8 p.m. Blind Pig - Workman Blues
., Art - Peter Jacobi, weaver, Band, $1.00
lecture/slides: Art, Arch. Lec. Chances Are - Shakers, six-
1 Hall, North Campus, 8 p.m. ties rock and roll, $1.50 for stu-
* THEATRE dents, $2.00 for all others
Residential College Players- Mr. Flood's Party - Silver-
Pinter's "The Lover"; Wil- tones, blues, $1.00
liams' "I Can't Imagine Tomor- Rubaiyat - Marty Jabara
row": Residential College Aud., and "We, The People", light
East Quad, 8 p.m. rock and jazz, no cover
STHE TUBE Suds Factory - Masquerade,
Arthur Penn's bloody view of rock, 51.00
Arthr Pnn' blodyvie f Dnce - concert, "Tears and
the Depression, Bonnie and Dhune- cor"Ta ad
Clyde, with Faye Dunaway and Shutters; EScharling A d.,
Warren Beatty, makes an ap- School of Education, 8 p.m.
pearance on Channel 7's 4:30 EVENTS
movie, It concludes Friday. Hockey - U-M vs. Denver:
The Mickey Mouse Club, Chan- Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
nel 9's offering at 5:00, features Bursley - poetry reading,
is the number one event Donald Duck struggling with Jim Grondin: West Lounge,
the moment. his neurotic temper. Bursley, 10 p.m.
On Leave it to Beaver a pret- Wrestling - U-M vs. Toledo:
ty woman uses Wally, the in- Crisler Arena, 4 p.m.
ma Guild, Arch. Aud., 7) - comparable Tony Dow, to THEATRE
James Dean in the original. Ex- make her boy friend jealous. Professional Theatre Program
cellent. **** That's at 5:30 on Channel 20, -"Fiddler On the Roof"; Pow-
Born to be Bad (Cinema the trash kings of Detroit. Er- er Center, 8 p.m.
Gid, Arch. And :05) rol Flynn in Footsteps in the Residential College Players
fromitsbirt. *Dark is the best of the late - Pinter's "The Lover"; Wil-
from its birth. nights at 11:30 on Channel 50. liams' "I Can't Imagine To-
Fillmore (Indochina Peace Errol, first trying to help solve morrow": Residential College
Campaign, Nat. Sci. Aud.,)- a murder becomes the chief Aud.; East Quad, 8 p.m.
The legendary Fillmore East is suspect. With Ralph Bellamy. THE TUBE
seen in its last days. Some fine Good watching starts early
music. .

GEO STRIKE ,..
on the agenda for1

Saturday

Guild, Arch. Aud., 7)-Typical
thirties comedy. **
RanchoNotorious (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 9:05) -
Vit,7 TI ao' LnvP1 aL ffir ith

February IS Marlene Dietrich. Weird.
CINEMA Serpico (New World, MLB 4,
Serpico (New World, MLB 4' 7, 9:30) .-See Saturday cine-
7, 9:30) - Al Pachino as the a --
cop who tells all. A movie that Cuny Brown (Cinema II, Aud.
had to be made - too bad it A, 7, 9) -Standard 1946 com-
wasn't made better. The film edy; good for a few laughs
tends to drag, but if you just ;MUSIC
realize what you're seeing is Ark - Mini - Folk Festival:
probably true, its engrossing. Sam Hinton, Joe Hickersen,
The Maltese Falcon (Cinema Barry O'Neall, and Michael
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) - BarryONe$3. ad4icae
flogart as Sam Spade in the Coe,$.0
JohnrtHstonmclasi. Classy Blind Pig - Golliard Brass
thf Huston classic. assyEnsemble, semi-classical, 5.50'
The Harder They Come (New Chances Are - Mojo Boogie
World, MLB 3, 7 9) - First the Band, $1.00
song, now the movie; Jimmy Del Rio - (5:30-9:30) Jazz,
Cliff, Mr. Dealer Himself, has nocover
a strong message. Discount Records Sunday
Little Big Man (Mediatrics, Concert Series - wind quartet,
Nat. Sci. Aud.,a7:30, 9:30) - Music School, 1235 S. Univer-
Arthur Penn's semi-epic film of sity, 1-3 p.m.i
Jack Crabb, who retells his col- Dooley's - Frederic Johns,
orful past of questionable valid- folk, no cover
ity. Dustin Hoffman is enter- s Societ Amrican
tamig, ut hie Da GergeSymphony, Morton Gould, con-
tasng, but Chief Dan George ductor: Hill Aud., 2:30 p.m.
has all the good lines. *** Mr. Flood's Party - Jaw-
.MUSIC bone, country - western, $.75j
Ark -Mini - Folk Festival, Music School - Faculty
Sam Hinton, Joe Hickersen' Chamber Concert: Rackham
Barry O'Neall, and Michael Cambe ma
Cooney, $3.00A Ad., 4 p.m.
Blind Pig -Other Side, jazz, EVENTS
$100 Sigma Delta Tau-Spaghetti
Chances Are - United Sound Dinner, benefit: 1405 Hill, 5-8
and Swiss Movement, funky, p.m,
$2.00 for students, $2.50 for P sTHEATRE
others Professional Theatre Pro-
Del Rio - (2-4 p.m.) Music gram - "The River Niger",j
and Art Forms, no coveri Power Center, 3, 8 p.m.
Par ty-Jaone, Couzens Ensemble Theatre-
Mr. Flood's Party-Jawbone, Shaffer's "Black Comedy and
country - western, $1.00.W,,
Rubalyat-Marty Jabara and White Lies": Couzens, 2, 8 p.m.,
"We, 'The People", light rock (bring University I. D.)
and jazz, no cover THE TUBE
Suns Factory - 'Possum Ignore your hangover and4
Creek, rock, $1.00 get up to see our adorable am-
EVENTS bassador to Ghana, Shirley!
Panhellenic Plant Sale - Temple, in Curly Top, the ap-
Union Ballroom, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. pealing story of an orphan who
Hockey - U-M vs. North Da- finds true happiness with an
kota: Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m. adopted family. Channel 50 at
Men's Basketball - U-M vs. 11:30, Then at 4:00 on Channel
Iowa: Crisler Arena, 2:05 p.m. 50 watch Jean Renoir's The
Track - U-M vs. Michigan Woman on the Beach. This
State: Multi - Sports Bldg, 4 story of a love triangle be-
p.m. tween a blind painter, his wife
Mews Swimming - U-M vs. and a Coast Guardsman stars
Ohio State: Matt Mann Pool, 4 Robert Ryan and Charles Bick-
Robe frt ynadChre ik
p.m.
Gymnastics - U-M vs. Michi- ford.
gan State: Crisler Arena, 4:30 Toledo comes through with
another late-night flick, Paull
Law School Senate - Mixer: Newman in Hud at 11:30. Well'
Lawyers Club, 8:30 p.m.-1 a.m. written, this tale of Texas life
THEATRE brought Oscars to Patricia
Ivory Mime Theatre - Randy Neal and the superb Melvyn
Culp: Bursley Hall, East Douglas for their supporting
Lounge, 8 roles.
Cozens. Ensemble Theatre-
Shaffer's "Black Comedy and
White Lies": Couzens, 8 (bring
University I.D.) Monday
Professional Theatre Program
-"The River Niger": Power February 17
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High Society, with Bing
Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and the
lovely Grace Kelly make it
worth it to get out bed Mon-
day morning and reach for the
on button. The time is tough,
9:00 am., but skip poli sci
and listen to Cole Porter's won-
derful songs. Part I is today,
and it finishes up tomorrow.
Don't forget to check out the
adventures of Rocky the Flying
Squirrel, Captain Peachfuzz,
and Fearless Leader on the
Bullwinkle show at 3:00 on
Channel 20.
Fred MacMurray proves he
can do something besides his
vegetable impersonations that
he does on My Three Sons in
part one of another fine movie
being presented in two parts
this week, The Apartment.
This 1960 movie, which won five
Oscars, including best picture,
also features Shirley Mac-
Laine, Jack Lemmon, and Ray
"My Favorite Martain" Wal-
ston. In a nutshell, it's a 1960's
version of the difficulties of
selling out.
Snoopy adds the cap of pri-
vate eye to add to his jack-of-
all-trades repertoire in It's a
Mystery, Charlie Brown, a Pea-
nuts episode about a neighbor-
hood thief.
The American Film Institute
presents a salute to Citizen
Kane, the Magnificent Amber-
sons, and other Welles films.
Round out Monday night with
Warner Oland and Ray Mil-
land in Charlie Chan in London
on Channel 2 at 1:35. Chuck has
three days to keep an innocent
person from the block.
tuesday

Blind Pig - Other Side, jazz,
$1.00
and roll, $.50 for students, $1.00;
for all others
Suds Factory - Masquerade,
rock, 5.50
Musical Society - Rampal
and Veyron-La Croix, flute 'key-
board duo: Rackham Aud., 8:30
p.m.
THE TUBE
High Society concludes at 7:00
on Channel 7. Brave obnoxious
Bill Kennedy and see most of+
the same cast as Casablanca in
All Through the Night. This
1942 flick is a melodramatic
tale of Nazis, battleships, and
intrigue. The main reason to
see it is Humphrey Bogart,
along with Peter Lorre and+
Conrad Veidt. The Apartment
also ends today at 4:30 at Chan-+
nel 7.'
On the Mickey Mouse ClubI
Pluto tries to outwit a bulldog
for a roll of salami. That's 5:00
on Channel 9. Don't turn off the
tube though, cause at 5:30 Ward
and June face a crisis when
they suspect Wally is about to
run off and join the merchant
marine. With Tony Dow and
Hugh Beaumont, Leave it to
Beaver always provides the
faithful with a thrill. On, where
else?, Channel 20.
Edge of Darkness, with
swashbuckling Errol Flynn and
Ann Sheridan is the best of a
poor night of late films. See
them plucky Norwegians battle
the nasty Nazis.
r
February 19
CINEMA
The Gold Rush (Cinema
Guild, Arch. And., 7) - A short
by Buster Keaton and a film!
by Charles Chaplin make this
a worthy duo.
White Hell of Pitz Palu
(Cinema Guild, Arch. And.,
9:05) - See Tuesday cinema.
Romeo and Juliet
(New World, MLBd3, 7, 9:30)-
Zefferelli's elegant adaptation
of the classic work is presented
with great class. Opting for a
more youthful characterization,
the film is a refreshing re-
make. Beautiful cinematog-
raphy.
Sunday, Bloody, Sunday (Ann
Arbor Co-op, Aud. A, 7, 9:30)
-Complex film of a strange
love triangle; based on a
screenplay by New Yorker film
critic Penelope Gilliat. ***
MUSIC
Ark - Hootenany, .75
DR. PAUL USLAN
Optometrist
Full Contact Lens Service
Visual Examinations
548 Church 663-2476

Chances Are - Jackel, rock
and roll, $1.00 for men, women
free
Mr. Flood's Party - Hiar-
desty Brothers, country - west-
ern, 5.50
Suds Factory - Masquerade,
rock, 5.50
Music School-Concert Band;
lill Aud., 8 p.m.
Music School - 1DMA piano
series, Leslie Wright: SM Re-
cital Hall, 8 p.m.
EVENTS
Residential College - poetry
reading, Anselm Hollo: 126
East Quad, 8 p.m.
THE TUBE
The only things worth turning
on the box for Wednesday are
Channel 56's Pioneers of Mod-
ern Painting, a look at Paul
Cezanne from impressionism to
cubism at 8:00 p.m., narrated
by Sir Kenneth Clark, and
Banacek at 11:30 on Channel 2.
Stay home and study.

Z-,briskie Point (Ann Arbor
Co-op, Aud. A, 7, 9) - Anto-
nioni's first (and maybe last)
rfilm made in America. The
critics hated it, but the film
is an interesting glimpse of
the revobitionary attitude in
America as perceived by a
great filmmaker. Check it out.
MUSIC
Ark - Dick Siegel, Folk,
$1.00
Blind Pig - Synergy, jazz,
$1.00
Chances Are - Shakers, six-E
ties rock and roll, $1.00
Mr. Flood's Party - Dia-
mond Rio, country, $.75

r aay wain an appearance on
the Today show by Brendan
Gill, critic at large for the New
Yorker for four decades. That's
February 21 at (gulp) 7:00 a.m. on Channel
CINEMA 4. At 1:00 on Channel 9, Mi-
The Bride Wore Black (Cine- chael Caine and Shirley Mac-
ma Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) ! Laine star in a well-done spy
-Truffaut's interesting concep- spoof, Gambit. Bonnie and
tion of a murder mystery. It ap- Clyde ends today on Channel 7
Page 3 .... .... .... ......L4 at 4:30.
Ent. Calendar - Gal 3-.. It's Talent Roundup Day on
pears some Hitchcock rubbed the Mickey Mouse Club, 5:00
off on himn during his infamous on Channel 9.
interview. ** At 8:00, Jacques Cousteau pre-
The Last Detail (Ann Ar- sents The Coral Divers of
bor Co-op, MLB 3, 7, 9) - See Corsica, a look at the men who
Tuesday cinema. risk nitrogen narcosis for this
Gumshoe (Ann Arbor Co-op, increasingly scarce red coral.
MLB 4, 7:15, 9:15) - Albert Uplifting, on Channel 7. Erro
Finny stars in an unknown film Flynn' s a pirate in Captain
that comes to Ann Arbor Blood, with Olivia de Haviland
through the good grace of Ann! on the 11:30 Channel 50 movie.
Arbor Co-op. At 1:30 don't miss the Cosmic
The Boy with Green Hair Monsters with Forrest Tucker
(Cinema II, Aud. A, 7, 9) --on Channel 2.

February 20 Suds Factory - Masquerade,1
CINEMA rock, $.50
Without a Cause (Cine- Musical Society - Harkness

Rebel

February 18
CINEMA
College (Cinema Guild, Arch.
Aud., 7) - Buster Keaton as
Don Canham's nightmare. A
funny film. *
White Hell of Pitz Palu (Cine-
ma Guild, Arch. Aud., 9:05) -
Outstanding early German film
by Pabst; some sort of cine-
matic landmark."*
Lenny Bruce on T.V. and
American Graffiti (New World,
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 9:30) - Co-
median Lenny Bruce teams up
with what seems to be a cam-:
pus favorite.
The Last Detail (Indochina
Peace Campaign, MLB, F-9:45)
-Hal Ashby's bittersweet film
is a sentimental journey by'
now, but is still worth another
viewing. Jack Nicholson is
again excellent.**
Happy New Year (Ann Arbor'
Co-op. Aud. A, 7, 9) - Claude
Lelouche's clever little film
erupts for more than you bar-
gain for. Well done and easily
watchable. ***
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Ann Arbor Ex-
perimental Jazz Band, $1.00
Chances Are - Jackel, rock

THE TUBE I
Bugs Bunny kicks out anoth-
er fine week on the tube at 8:30,
as more Warner Brothers clas-'
sic cartoons come out of the
can once again. Channel 7. At
3:00 p.m. on Channel 2 Claude
Rains turns in a fine perform-
ance as The Invisible Man. This
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