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Tuesday, October 17, 1972
t.v.
tonight
6:00 2, 4, 7 News, Weather, Sports
9 Eddie's Father
50 Flintstoies
56 Commonwealth
6:30 2. 4, 7 News
9 Jeannio
50 Gilligan's Island
56 Origami
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 World Series Pre-Game Show

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7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
50 1 Love Lucy
56 French Chef
7:15 4 World Series
7:30 2 What's My Line?
8:30 2 Hawaii Five-Q
7 Movie-"Goodnight, My Love"
1972) In the underworld of
1946 Los Angeles. a fumbling
detective attempts to find a
missing person.
56 Dateline America
9 Bandwagon
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 9 Document
56 Common Ground

9:30 2 Movie-"Sandcastles" The story
of a love affair between a
violinist and a ghost.
56 Black Journal
10:00 4 To be announced
7 Marcus Welby, M.D.
9 News, Weather, Sports
50 Perry Mason
56 Detroit Black Journal
10:20 9 Nightbeat-Sports
10:30 56 Argists in America
11:00 2. 4. 7 News, Weather, Sports
9 Cheaters
50 That Good Ole Nashivile Music
11:30 2 Movie-"The Mating Season"
(1951) Mother cooks for son's

household.
4 Johnny Carson
7 Dick Cavett
9 Movie-"Istanbul Exp'ess"
(1968) Story of a secret agent
and how he deals with bombs,
assassins and seductive women.
50 Movie-"The Day They Robbed
the Bank of England" (1960)
About a fortune-snatching plot
in the early 1900's.
1:00 4, 7 News
1:30 2 Movie-"Outlaw's Son"
(1957) Rebellious son and his
father bandit.
3:00 2 News

Directors Godard and Gorin

Continued from Rage 3)
answers for He and She, or, for
that matter, for the oppressed
workers. They do state,though,
that it is a step in the right di-
rection to have had certain ques-
tions permanently raised. A
voice at the end of the film
states that, "He and She have
begun to rethink themselves
historically."; Godard and Gor-
in are telling us that we, each in
our own personal way, must do
the same.

urday, the two directors have
shown an interest in combining
the two. This interest, to my
mind, seemsto be heading in a
direction that should prove to
be much more worthwhile, both
politically and aesthetically.
In talking about certain as-
pects of Tout Va Bien that I find
important, I have neglected to
discuss the aspects of the movie
I believe the directors think are
the most important; the analy-
sis of the three elements of so-
ciety (manager, worker, and un-
ion or democrat), their vision of
Capitalist life as a process from
producer to consumer and the
long, horizontal tracking shots
they use frequently to empha-
size this process. Such are time

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Tout Va Bien is both non-
propagandistic and f o c u s, e d,
pointed, yet ambiguous. Godard,
in his career, has moved front
an interest solely in style to (in
his work with Gorin) an interest
solely in the political. In Tout
Va Bien,. and in their talks Sat-

and space limitations.
One more word, about Letter
to Jane, a 45 minute discourse
on a photograph of Jane Fonda
listening . to Vietnamese peas-
ants. Here Godard and Gorin
return to their old political
propagandizing, d e c l a i m i n g'
American smugness and self-
righteousness in their own very-
smug and self-righteous man-
ner. The film is 85 per cent
double - talk, 1,5 per cent sub-
stance, and while that substance
is probably valid, the form and
the tone of the film were dull
and offensive.
Here's hoping that the new
direction in which the directors
seem to be taking off will lead
them away from the obfuscation
and stridency of junk like this.
If you are interest-
ed in reviwn
drama, dance, film,
poetry, and music,
or writing feature'
stories a boaut the
arts: contact Arts
'Editor, c/oThe
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Lightfoot
(Continued from Page 3)
to hit the record stores any day
now, but the audience's reception
was somewhat reserved. Most of
the new songs are written about
Lightfoot's favorite theme: love.
Perhaps it's inevitable, then,
that some of his material sounds
trite or overworked.
"That Same Old Obsession,"
for instance, does more than title
the song. It describes some of it.
Clauses such as "The sun shines
like gold" and "I miss her so
much I could die" intermingle
with more expressive, original
lyrics. "Can't Depend on Love,"
a slow-paced new tune, includes
lyrics in a more thought-provok-
ing vein ("I'm on the outside of
an inside kind of love.").
The rest of the new material
could be termed "pleasant." In
concert it sounds like his past
work. Yet keeping the same
style is no sin, espcially if it's
unique. Besides, Lightfoot says
that on the album there are new
kinds of instrumental backings
with autoharp, banjo, pedal steel
guitar and that he "plays the
chair on it,"
Although the backings for songs
on his albums are usually well
done, Lightfoot's songs stand so
well alone without them on stage.
-- That's got to be one test of a'
"good song."
Noticeably absent Saturday
night in his new material, how-
ever, were political songs, a few
of which are scattered on his
past albums. "I don't want to
get involved in politics because
I'm a foreigner," he said in his
dressing room, "I could never
write the material."
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