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(Continued from Page 6)
from that overworked phrase - the
golden age.***
EVENTS
Musical Society - Philharmonica
Hungarica: Hill Auditorium 8:30.
University Club "Brunch on the Ter-
race" Jelnik-Gurt Duo Union, 11 a.m.
Recreational Sports fitness films:
North Campus Rec. 4:00.
_ -"
October 24
CINEMA
The Street and Joyless Street (Old A
& D, 7:0fb and 8:30 respectively, free
showing) Two early German silents,
the latter of which stars Greta Garbo in
a tale of post-world war I Vienna. Styl-
istically interesting, and worth it for
"the face." Buffstuff. ***
EVENTS
East Quad African Films - Roots
(first two segments) Whitney Aud. 7:00.
tuesday
October 25
CINEMA
Network (Angell Aud A, 7:00 andr
9:15) Paddy. Chayefsky's imaginative
farce explores the evils of television.
Tight, funny, but only arguably suc-_
cessful as a philisophical indictment of
TVs Excellently photographed, with
terrific performances by Peter Finch,
William Holden, Faye Dunaway and
Robert Duvall. ***1/
Buster Keaton Night (Old A & D, 8:00
only) In addition to a few Keaton shor-
ts, this presentation includes his full-
length film The General. Taking place
almost entirely aboard a moving train,
this film is unquestionably among the
world's great comedies, and is Keaton
at his inspired best. ***
EVENTS
Pendelton Arts Information Center -
"Music at Midday" Eric Dyke, bassist:
Second floor of the Union, noon..
0
wednesday
October 26
CINEMA
Andy Warhol's Bad (Angell Aud A,
7:00 and 9:00) An Ann Arbor debut.
Warhol's past efforts are among the
most turgid films ever made in this or
any other country, so be prepared for
anything.
The Shop Around the Corner (Old A &
D, 7:00 and 9:05) James. Stewart and
Margaret Sullivan star in this stylish,
good-natured romance. Directed by1

Ernst Lubitsch. ***
EVENTS
Artists Craftsmen Guild and the
Theatre Department - Mary Pettit and
Marshal Levijoki, Yeats Drama and
the Cuchulain Saga": Pendleton 8:00.
thrsday
October 27
CINEMA .
Orpheus (Old A & D, 7:00 and 9:05)
Jean Cocteau's superb setting of the Or-
pheus legend in Paris. Jean Marais as

the poet and Maria Casares as death,
along with a bevy of menacing hooded
motercyclists. Magical and disturbing.
*** /
Letter from an Unknown Woman
(Angell Aud A, 7:00 only) Perhaps the
best of Max Ophuls' Hollywood films.
Joan Fontaine is twice-seduced by
Louis Jordan, a famous pianist. A
Beautifully stylized evocation of nine-
teenth-century Vienna. ***1/z
Last Year at Marienbad (Angell Aud
A, 9:00 only) Directed by Alain Resnais
Cyrano de Bergerac died after
being fatally wounded by a building
stone which fell on his head.

(Hiroshima Mon Amour), this film is
perhaps one of the most influential of
all time, in its explorations of time and
image. A masterpiece, and the crest of
the French New Wave. ***
This weeks Happenings were
compiled by Owen Gleiberman and
Andy Kurtzman (Cinema, Keith
Tosoft (Niteries), and Gregg Krupa
(Events and Fine Arts).
ammmm -mmmem mm
OPENHOUS
saturaay & Sunday
October 22&g2 ,
1 I
* 3150 CARPENTER ROAD I
* 971-9510
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the inn arbor film cooperative
TONIGHT!
Friday, October 21
THE TALL BLOND MAN
WITH ONE BLACK SHOE
(Yves Robert, 1975< 7 IO:15-MLS 3
Buggings, break-ins and surveillance are the objects of timely satire in this
hilarious farce. A young violinist unknowingly becomes the decoy in a cut-
throat battle between political spies. They turn his life into total -mayhem,
but the tall blond man remains a naive and lovable modern-day Buster
Keaton, as he narrowly escapes peril at every turn. "This is one of the
funniest movies within recent memory.,Its so crammed with funny moments
it's impossible to pick a favorite."-L.A. TIMES. PIERRE RICHARD, MIRIELLE
DARC. In French with subtitles.
QUACKSER FORTUNE HAS A
COUSIN IN THE BRONX
(Warns Hussein, 1970) 8:35 ONLY-MLB 3
GENE WILDER as an individualist who rejects the regimentation of factory
life for the dubious privilege of correcting and peddling horse manure to
Dublin housewives. MARGOT KIDDER is his sweetheart in this melancholy
and romantic comedy.
Single Admission $1.50 Double Feature $2.50
The AAFC is accepting new members. Stop by one. of our showings for an application.

DOlUGL.AS TRUMBULL S 1972
SILENT RUNNING -
In a film that foreshadowed STAR WARS by five years and captured some of
its appeal, Bruce Dern gives a fine performance of a space botanist, Lowell
Freeman, who is obsessed with his cargo of plant specimens from defoliated
Earth. Dern alternates between desperation and dedication but is upstaged
somewhat by his, mechanical co-stars. Director Trumbell was responsible for
many of the special effects in 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY.
Sat: LEADBELLY
TONIGHT at OLD ARCH. AUD.
CINEMA GUILD ,;ooa9:o

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WEEKEND
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SCHEDUL E

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A BT AN N fIS U G-19y5
A super science fiction film about survival in a post atomic
wilderness. "An incredibly hilarious and terrifyng vision of
future earth."
FRI. OCT. 21-7:30 and 9:15
THE PAPER CHASE
The all time favorite about law school at Harvard and what to
do with the degree.
SAT. OCT. 22-7:30 and 9:30
Alt films in NATURAL SCIENCE AUD.-$1.50

CINEMA iI

ANGELL HALL, AUD. A
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1977

CAPRA FESTIVAL 5EG NS
LOST HORIZON
Director: FRANK CAPRA (1937)
Capra's portrait of "Shangri-La" where peace is given a chance
and nobody grows old and gray. "A grand adventure film,
magnificently staged, beautifully photographed and capitally
played. By all means it is worth seeing."-N.Y. Times.
7& 9:15 $1.50
Series tickets available

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