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The Michigan Daily-Friday, February 24, 1978-Page 7

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(Gene Hackmari) who is undone by ob-
sessive paranois. ****
Beatlemania, A Festival of Jazz
Shorts, and Chafed Elbows (MLB 4,
7:00, 8:40 and 10:20, respectively) The
Beatle compilation includes the
musical numbers. from Magincal
Mystery T6ur; and a few "Heah come
the delightful lads now!" shorts. The
jazz shorts are live action and animated
numbers and Chafed Elbows is a
"satyrical underground film," from the
gu& who made Putney Swope.
Dirty Duck (Nat Sci Aud, 7:00, 8:40
and 10:15) Bobby London's unfunny
cartoon duck comes to life in this X-
rated feature.
Rocky (MLB 3, 7:00 and 9:15) This
grime-to-limelight story of a boxer'
(Sylvester Stallone), handed a one-in-a-
million chance to fight an Al-like
champ, has a few bright moments. ** /
Hockey - U-M vs. Michigan Tech at
Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Music School - Symphony Band at
Hill, 8 p.m. ,
February 26
Klute (Angell Aud A, 7:00 and 9:00)
This Detective thriller about a New
York prostitute (Jane Fonda), is a fas-
cinating, at times memorable charac-
ter study. ***1/2
John Ford Day (Old A&D, Directed
by John Ford at 1:00, The Quiet Man at
3:00, Rising of the Moon at 7:00, and
How Green Was My Valley at 9:00).
February 27
Tora-San: Love Under One Umbrella
(Old A&D, 8:00 only, free showing) A
1976 Japanese film, typical of that coun-
try's cinema in its depiction of minor,
incidental occurences from everyday
life. **1/z
Kiss Me Deadly (Angell Aud A, 9:10
only, free showing) Directed by Robert
Aldrich, whose most recent effort is
The Choirboys, this is supposedly THE
film noir classic. ***1/2
February 28
The Hunchback'of Notre Dame (Old
A&D, 7:00 and 9:00) x"I'll give you five
pounds of coffee if this one doesn't have

you in tears." - 0. Fretter ****
La Salamandre (MLB 3, 7:00 and
9:15) A light, flaky, enjoyable film
about a menage a trois and the fun
escapades that come with it. ***
Thundercrack! (Angell Aud A, 7:00
and 9:15) An X-rated feature from Curt
McDowell and George Kuchar, the
darlings of the 16mm film festival. Four
men, three women and a gorilla are
stranded in a Victorian mansion. What
goes on is anybody's guess. Ann Arbor
Music School - winners, grad and
undergrad performance competitions
at Hill, 8p.m.
Independent Cinema Video Series -
Joe Barnard, Detroit filmmaker,
speaks at the Canterbury House, 8 p.m.
March 1
The Gold Rush and The General (Old
A&D; The Gold Rush at 7:00 and 10:00,
The General at 8:30) Arguably the two
greatest screen comedies ever made.
Chaplin's film, in addition to classic
sequences such as that in which he eats
his shoe, has some of the most affecting
pathos ever filmed. Buster Keaton's
The General is a logistic wonder (most
of it was filmed with Keaton scam-
pering about aspeeding train), and has
countless comic gems. Not bad for an
evening's entertainment. ****
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
and The Searchers (Angell Aud A, 7:00
and 9:00, respectively) Probably John
Ford's two greatest films. GO. ****
March 2
King Kong (Old A&D, 7:00 and 9:05)
This is it: the one and only original un-
censored version that you've probably

never seen because it never comes
around here. Starring Fay Wray and
Providence (Angell Aud A; 7:00 and
9:30) The most recent film by Alain
Resnais (Hiroshima Mon Amour). The
film stars Ellen Burstyn and Dirk
Bogarde, and is reportedly "a dazzling
probe into the creative imagination of a
dying writer." Susan Sontag liked it.
Second Chance - Masquerade plays
rock from the Top 40 charts, the Beach
Boys and Bowie this weekend. Two
local groups, Cyprus and Southwind
play more rock on Sunday and Monday,
respectively: Then Tuesday through
next weekend, a P-Funk type band
called Roger and The Human Body
discos down.
Roadhouse - Three Ring Circus, the
Ringling Bros. with Les Pauls and Mar-
shall stacks, play rock and roll this
Blind, Pig - R&B influenced music is
the staple of the Silvertones. These
Blind Pig recording artists play
through Saturday. On Monday, club
regular Boogie Woogie Red plays the
Mr. Flood's -' The Tucker Blues
Band plays those drivin' Chicago blues
this weekend. The twin folk duo known
as Gemini will sing and strum on
The Ark - Marshall Dodge, Eastern
United States humorist and storyteller,
entertains this weekend.
Sud's Factory - This warehouse-
cum-disco features rock and roll on
Wednesdays. This week, the well-
known and popular group Salem Witch-
craft performs.
PLue Frogge - Practice your John
Travolta imitations every night except

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