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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 20, 1975

Pae -w THE MICH-GA- -A-L-

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events and entertainment
S.. for the week of sept. 20-26

all week
long
COMMERCIAL CINEMA
Billy Jack and The Trial of
Billy Jack-(The Movies, Briar-
wood) - Sequential lesson on
how fame and money corrupt.
The low-budget original, for all
its naivety, is fresh, spontan-
eous and absorbing. The mon-
ster-budget sequel is calculat-
ing, self-inflated and dull. Shed!
a tear for lost innocence.** !
The Happy Hooker - (The
Movies, Briarwood)-Lynn Red-
grave's seductively comic per-
formance just isn't enough to
redeem this otherwise very
tepid film version of the ad-
ventures of Xaviera Hollender.
Save your money for the Art
I. *
Night Moves - (The Movies,
Briarwood) - Arthur Penn's

first full-length film in nearly
five years proves an absorbing
study of a private detective
caught up too deeply in his in-
vestigations, with tragic results.
As the downtrodden private eye,
Gene Hackman is wonderful, as
usual. ***
The Fortune - (The Movies,
Briarwood) - This nasty little
comedy involves, amongother
things, marriage, the Mann Act
and murder, but is primarily
noteworthy as the latest chapter
in the decline and fall of direc-
tor Mike Nichols. Warren Beat-
ty and Jack Nicholson fight a
losing battle against the dynam-
ic duo of offensiveness and te-
dium.
Walking Tall II - (Fifth For-
um) - This sequel to the blood-
bathed original is billed as "The
Story Buford Wanted Told," in
one of the more repulsive pro-
mo-exploitations of recent years
(The real Buford Pusser having
recently died in an auto acci-
dent). Considering its PG rat-

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ing, probably not the real story,
either. **
Jaws - (State) - Remark-
ably but undeniably on its way
to becoming the most famous]
film in history. And admittedly,
within its limits, pretty grand
entertainment. ****
Andy Warhol's Frankenstein
and Andy Warhol's Dracula -
(Campus) - Hilarity, gore, te-
dium and gore intermingled in
the grand Warhol non-design.,
For the most party Shelly fares
better than Stoker, but the
whole enterprise is, dependent
strictly upon individual taste.
Proceed at your own risk.
saturday
SEPTEMBER 20
Cinema
Patton - (Cinema II, Angell,
Aud. A, 7, 10) - Franklin
Schaffner's overblown, patroniz-
ing epic which sheds precious
little light on the psyche of the
famous general. And definitely
NOT George C. Scott's finest
performance on film. **
Flash Gordon - (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud, 7 only) -
All 13 episodes worth. If you
can handle the three-odd hours1
involved, a treat for sci-fi his-
torians, camp connoisseurs and
kids of any age. With Buster;
Crabbe as Flash and Charles
Middleton as the immortal
Ming the Merciless. ***I
Deliverance - (Mediatrics,
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30, 9:30) -
Nature cast as brutalizer rather!
than sanctuary, as John Voight'
and Burt Reynolds struggle
against human and ecological
savagery in the Georgia wilder-
ness. John Boorman directed
this first-rate adaptation of
James Dickey's cynical, pene-
trating novel.*
W. C. Fields Festival - (Ma-
trix, 7 only) - Collection of W.
C.'s shorter classics eminently
worth seeing even as reruns. **
Animal Crackers -(Matrix,
9 only) - The Marx Brothers'
longest early film, and some-
what strained in comparison
to their other efforts of the
period. However, even 100 min-
utes of B Groucho, Chico &
Harpo is worth 50 hours of Mon-
ty Python, and as such, not to
be missed. ***I

mUSIC
Blind Pig - Small Change,
Jazz, 8:30 pm, $1.00
Rubaiyat - Stutter's Ball,
Dance music, 10 pm, no cover
Golden Falcon - Head Wind,
Jazz/Rock, 9:30 pm, $1.00
Ark-Highwoods String Band,
Folk, 9 pm, $2.50
Bimbo's - Gaslighter, Rag-
time, 6 pm, $.50
Bimbo's - on - the - Hill -
J. B. and Company, Rock, 8:301
pm, no cover
Mr. Flood's Party - Stoney
Creek, Blue Grass, 9:30 pm,
$1.00
Old Heidelberg - Mustard's
Retreat, Folk, 9 pm, No cover
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
Blue Grass, $1.50, 10 pm
Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Smoke,
Rock, 9 pm, $1.00
Huron Hotel - Marion Black-
man Band, Rock and Roll, 9
pm, $1.00
Loma Linda Tony and Caro-I
lyn and Company, Top 40's, 91
pm, No cover
Casa Nova (Ypsi) -Jonathan
and Michael, Country Rock,
9:30 pm, no cover
Spaghett i Bender - "The
Roadside Attraction", dinner
theater, 7:30 pm, $7.00
Chances Are - Brainstorm,
funky, 9:30, cover varies (bring
student ID for discount).
sunday

Chaplin's last "Little Tramp"
film and certainly his funniest.
This mordant commentary on
modern man bewildered by the
mechanized "wonders" sur-
rounding him endures 40 years
later as one of the three or
four best comedies ever made.
Lola Montez-(Cinema Guild,
Arch Aud., 7 & 9:05) - Max Op-
huls' 20-year old film on the
famous seductress was only re-
cently released in this country.
Considered a film classic, but
a rather unknown quantity in
these parts.
MUSIC
Ark - Highwoods String
Band, Folk, 9 pm, $2.50
Bimbo's - Mother's Boys andC
Kerry Price, Jazz - Blues, 1:30-
5 pm, $3.00 in advance, $3.50
at the door
Loma Linda - Mixed Bag,
Jazz, 9 pm, no cover
Golden Falcon - Double-0-
Soul, disc jockey, between 9:30{

Ark - "Hoot Night", folk, 9'
pm, $0.75.
Golden Falcon - "Ann Ar-'
bor Experimental Jazz Band",
jazz, bet. 9:30 & 10 pm, $1.
Blind Pig - "Boogie Woogie
Red", blues, 9:30 pm-2 am, $1.
Chances Are - Mojo Boogie
Band, funky, 9:30, cover varies.
tuesday
SEPTEMBER 23
CINEMA
Birth of a Nation - (Cinema
Guild, Arch, Aud., 7 only) -
Motion pictures' original epic-
The Civil War and its after-
math seen through the eyes of
D. W. Griffith. Rather creaky

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SEPTEMBER 21v
CINEMA
How I Won the War-(Cinema M
II, Angell, Aud. A, 7, 9) - Ri-
chard Lester's hysterical spoof,
of World War II is one of the SE
funniest and certainly most ov-
erlooked films of the 1960's. Harold8
Considering it's poor history of World, ML
distribution, you'd better catch day Cinem
it now or you may never get Kind He
another chance. With John Len- (Matrix, 7
non,. Michael Crawford and very first
many, many others. **** Comedy g
Harold & Maude - (New young Bri
World, MLB 3, 7, 9) - This is seeks to
a nice little movie which might through t]
prove moderately diverting if ing off of
one has nothing better to do on played by
a Sunday night. However, all ing in hisN
Ann Arborites are required to the premi
view it on penalty of community Animal
ostracism, so you better plunk 9 only) -
down your money now, suckers. ma.
W. C. Fields Festivals-Ma- Bimbos
trix, 7 only) - See Saturday rock, 9 p
Cinema. Loma L
Animal Crackers - Matrix, olyn & C
9 only) - See Saturday Cine- pm-2 am,
ma. Mr. Floi
Modern Times - (Mediatrics, Lee Blue
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 8:45, 10:30)- pm, $0.75.
FREEA
'ISUNDAY DII

Huron Hotel - "Marion Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
Blackman Band", rock & roll, bluegrass, 9:30, $1.
9 pm. Mr. Flood's Party - Mike
Bimbos (Ypsi) - "Smoke", Smith and his Country Volun-
rock, 9 pm, no charge. teers, 9:30, 75c.
Loma Linda - ".Tony & Caro- Bimbo's - Grievous Angels,
lyn and Company", top 40's, 9 country, 9:30-12:30, no cover.
pm-2 am, no charge. Bimbo's on the Hill - J.B.
Spaghetti Bender - "Road- ' & Company, rock, 8:30-1:00, no
side Attraction", dinner thea- cover.
tre, 7:30 pm, $7. Casa Nova - Jonathan &
Mr. Flood's Party - "Brian Michael, country-rock, 9:30, no
Lee Blues Band", blues, 9:30 cover.
pm, $1. j Golden Falcon - Athens Ex-
Bimbos - "Grievous An- press, Greek, 9:30, no cover.
gels", country, 9:30-12:30 am, Blind Pig-Silvertones, blues,
no charge. 9:30, $1.
Bimbos on the Hill - "J.B.
& Company", rock, 8:30-1 am,

No charge.
Casa Nova/Ypsi - "Jona-
than and Michael", country
rock. 9:30 pm. no charge.

t rid ay

, $2.00
otel - Marion Black-
d, Rock and Roll, 9;
(Ypsi) - Smoke,
Roll, 9 pm, $1.00 c
i Bender - "Road-
ction", dinner theater,c
$7.00
Are - Brainstorm,'
0-11:00; Luther Alli-
11. Cover varies;
ent ID.
(91.7 FM) - Music
rlboro: Vintage re-
f Pablo Casals, 8.
onday
PTEMBER 22
CINEMA
& Maude - (New'
B 3, 7, 9) - See Sun-
ma.
arts and Coronets -
only) - One of the'
films of the Black
enre. An enterprizing
tisher (Dennis Price)
gain an inheritance:
the systematic bump-1
seven relatives (all
Alev Guiness) stand-
way. If one can stand
se, quite funny.***
Crackers - (Matrix,
- See Saturday Cine-

atter 6U years, and attimes lk l=,m , l! ,W
Arbor j SEPTEBR2
embarrassing in its racial-po- Blind Pig - "Ann Arbor Ex-S TEMBER 26
litical perspectives, but still an perimental Jazz Band", jazz,' CINEMA
absolute must for anyone inter- 9:30 pm, $1. A Woman Under the Influ-
ested in the evolution of film. It's a good day to sleep in enA - (Cinema II, Angell And.
*** ... until Thursday. Prize Movie A, 7, 9:45) - John Cassavettes'
Harold & Maude - (New with Rita Bell presents Edward searing, merciless study of
World, MLB, 7 only) - See G. Robinson in The Old Man non - cmmunicative marriage
Sunday Cinema. Who Cried Wolf at 9 am on with Gene Rowlands and Peter
Kind Hearts and Coronets- channel 7. Bette Davis stars in I Falk working the director's im-
(Matrix, 7 only) - See Mon- All This and Heaven Too at 1 I provisational technique to an al-
day Cinema. in the afternoon with Bill Ken- most unbearable intensity.
Animal Crackers - (Matrix, nedy on channel 50. At 4:15 Rowlands is simply spectacular
9 only) - See Saturday Cinema. you can catch The Three Stoog- deserving of every award on re,
MUSIC es at a burlesque show, also dsrv ing e awar re
Bimbos (Ypsi) - "Smoke", on channel 50" And if you think didn't ludin g t*c
rock, 9 pm., no charge. that's bad, tune in channel 7 at The Harder They Come -
Loma Linda - "Tony & Caro- 8 for When Things Were Rot- (New World MLB 3, 7 9) -
lyn & Company", top 40's 9 ten. But stay up to catch oneY'
pm-2 am, no charge. of Johnny's few appearances ontnedcrimialbecomesakin
Mr. Flood's Party - "Brian his own Tonight Show at 11:30 of folk hero to his fellow coun-
Lee Blues Band", blues, 9:30 on 4. trymen. Bonnie and Clyde-ish
pm, $0.75. plot is very thin stuff, but the
Bimbos on the Hill -"JBh
Bimbs onthe ilthur<<day. atmosphere and music. are so
& Company", rock, 8:30-1 amgrpinfectious that they largely
no charge. make up for any shortcomings
Golden Falcon - "All Direc-1 in the storyline.**
tions", jazz, bet. 9:30 & 10 SEPTEMBER 25 Serpico - (Matrix, 7, 9) -
pm, $1. CINEMA See Thursday Cinema.
Chances Are - Skip Van Win- The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari- Ichabod & Mr. Toad - (Cine-
kle, rock, 9:30 each night (Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, ma Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05)
through Friday; cover varies 9:05) - This early expression- - Walt Disney's cartoon con-
(bring student ID for discount). ist horror film is a must-see densations of the two children's
classic, but beware the cuts in classics. The technical wizard-
this version - the original is rv of Disney's artists is as daz-
w edneeda over three hours long. *** zling as ever, but those with
T h a t ' s Entertainment- fond memories of the original
(Ann Arbor Film Co-op, Angell works, especially Graham's
SEPTEMBER 24 Aud. A, 7, 9:15) - See Wednes- . Wind in the Willows, might be
CINEMA day Cinema. 'advised to steer clear.-***
That's Entertainment - (Ann Serpico - (Matrix, 7, 9) -'MUSIC
Arbor Film Co-op, Angell Aud. Al Pacino's finest performance Huron Hotel - Marion Black-
A, 7, 9:15) - MGM's star- to date as the New York cop mon Band, rock, 9:00, cover
spangled tribute to itself, star- fighting literally alone to ex- varies.
ring, almost literally, everyone. pose the entrenched corruption Loma Linda - Tony & Caro-
A grandoise composite of four nearly all his co-workers. A gut- lyn & Co., top 40's, 9:00-2:00,
decades of movie musicals, with wrenching drama, movingly di- } no cover.
something for everyone save rected by Sidney Lumet, but Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Smoke,
those who hate dogs, children they're showing the film to rock,, 9:00, $1.
and Cowardly Lions. **** death around here. **** Spaghetti Bender - "Road-
Birth of a Nation - (Cinema MUSIC side Attraction" dinner theater,
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 only) - Huron Hotel - Marion Black- 7:30, $7.
See Tuesday Cinema. man Band, rock, 9:00, cover Old Heidelberg - Mustard's
Kind Hearts and Coronets - varies. Retreat, folk, 9:00-1:00, no
(Matrix, 7 only) - See Mon- Loma Linda - Tony & Caro- cover.
dy Cinema. lyn & Co., top 40's, 9:00-2:00, no Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
Animal Crackers - (Matrix, cover. !bluegrass, 10:00, $1.50.
9 only) - See Saturday Cinema. Bimbo's (Ypsi)-Smoke, rock, Mr. Flood's Party - Stoney
MUSIC 9:00, no cover. Creek. blearnQ. 9:30, $1.
Golden Falcon - "Double-O- Spaghetti Bender - "Road- Wvvbo's On °Hill - J. B.
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