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Saturday, Novern per 1, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Saturday, November 1, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

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events and entertainment
gS ...efor the week of nov. 1-7

Klute - (Bursley W. Cafeter- thrillers from his 1930's British
a wia, 8:30 only) - Almost - su- period, which many consider
perior thriller about a New his most productive. As repre-
York call girl stalked by a psy- sentatives of that era, these
chotic killer. Memorable for are two of his better efforts. ***
l g :othe spine - tingling direction of The Crime of Monsieur Lange
Alan Pakula, a hauntingly - (Cinema II, Angell Aud. A,
errie sighing - voice musical 7 & 9) - Jean Renior film of
COMMERCIAL CINEMA score, and Jane Fonda's super- frustrated writer who dreams of
Luther - (Campus) - A not star performance as the prosti- American cowboy characters, is
dramatic film from John tute, but dragged down slightly beset by rejections and de-
Osborne's play about Martin by a too-early disclosure of the mands from his satanic, Hit-
Luther. Stacey Keach portrays murderer's identity, and by leresque publisher with tragic
limp, D Sutherland's numb per- results; 1935 anti-fascist film is
the religious giant in foim,
dull style that implies small- formance m the title role. These superb Renior in all respects.
town monk more than philo- deficiencies cause Klute to fall
sophic visionary. ** short of classic status, but it Psycho - (Mediatrics, Nat.
T o m m y - (The Movies remains grandly scary enter-. Sci. Aud., 7:30 & 9:30) -Hitch-
Briarwood) - The wretched ex-tainment. * cock's weirdly - paced master-
Briarsood d herKetch Rsex- Cabaret - (Matrix, 7 & 9:30) piece in which the main charac-
cesses of director Ken Russells
crash head-on with the Who's - Bob Fosse's masterful im- ter is killed off a third of the
hard-rock opera - and the re- provement on the Broadway way through the filmsand every-
sult is a surprisingly effective play could easily be called the thing that follows is an anti-_
best movie musical ever made, climax. No one could get away
ishnesssemsforioe-stoeav-except that it really isn't a mu- with it but Hitchcock, and he
stumbled onto a malleablepro - sical at all anymore. The blend- does it brilliantly. Never mind
duct; the subsequent collabora- mg of every song into the na- its structural flaws and its all-
tion drives unrelentingly and tural dramatic flow of the film too - glib psychiatric wrap-up
often unpleasantly at the audi- is an achievement unprecedent- at the end; Psycho stands with
ence, but the onslaugh of sight ed in film history; no more of 2001: a Space Odyssey and a
and sound is never dull and i those awkward moments when few others as one of the most
often undeniably compelling, a Julie Andrews type suddenly completely distinctive films
Reluctantly, one must concede and unaccountably bursts into ever made, unlike anything
tht ctoy, ins an assorbing songdwhile everyone stands seenbbefore or since. ,7 :
fil Tmyn fisa sussinbyaround uncomfortably. Fosse's Cabaret - (Matrix, 7 & 9:30)
and large a lucky accident. *** wholesale revision of the stage -See Saturday Cinema.
original works to his advan- MUSIC
LiszAmaigly,(anothruasattage almost every time; what Chances Are - Express, rock,
surprise from Ken Russell. This results is an unsentimental, ra- 9, $1 to $1.50.
fanciful biography of compos- zor - sharp portrait of an eco- Ark - Eric and Martha Nag-
ers Lizst and Wagner gets oc- nomically and spiritually bank- ler, folk, 9, $2.50.
casional doses of the legendary rupt society hurtling itself will- Bimbo's (Ypsilanti) - Curb-
Russellian bad taste, but is by mgly, almost joyously into the stone Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cov-
and large a low-key excursion abyss of Nazism. Hardly the er.
- breezy, comic and often thematic pablum normally Loma Linda - Mixed Bag,
quite imaginative. Russell's ef- found in musical comedy, but jazz, 9, no cover.
fects flow much less strained- then there is very little that is Baker's (Detroit) - Betty
ly than normal, and everyone typical in this remarkable land- Carter, jazz, 10 and 12, $3.50.
involved just seems to be hav- j mark of modern cinema. **** Del Rio - Jazz, 5-9, no cover.
ing a good time. Enraged critics Frenzy - (Mediatrics, Nat.
should lower their heavy artilI Sci. Aud., 7:30 & 9:45) - Al-
lery this time around; Liszto- Fred Hitchcock is unleashed for
mania is a lark, and audiences the first time under the trap- M
should treat it as such. *** pings of The Movies' New Mor- CINEMA
Hearts of the West - (The ality, and the result is a mon- My Little Chickadee - (Ma-
Movies, Briarwood) - Young ster - a brutal, ant-human trix, 7 & 9:30) - The diverse
would-be Western writer heads film that displays precious little tris of W. C. Fields and Mae
for Hollywood of the early 1930's of the fantasy - encased Hitch- tes o W.C es and e
tackimagnaton, nd ore m- est do not mesh very well in
in hopes of perfecting his talent, cock imagination, and more im- this thin, strained Western
soon finds himself immersed in portantly not a hint of compas- comedy. Both stars do their
the cranking out of seedy sion for any of its characters. usual thing, but never achieve
Grade-B Western flicks of the Item: An extended scene show- the comic blending necessary to
time. This charming, incredibly ing a woman slowly b e i n g bring the pictureto life. A drag
gentle comedy is more than just strangled is perhaps the most for fans of either performer. **
a nostalgia piece - it is a re- repellent sequence ever exhibit- The Man Who Knew Too
flection of the positive side of ed in a major film. The famous Much & Sabotage - (ew
the American Dream. Jeff s h o w e r murder from World MLB 3, Man at 7 Cabo-
ng writer, and isetaoinshtrado Psycho was oblique, original tgl~MB3 a t7 ao
ng ie~sn stost scowsolh tage at 9) - See Sunday Cine-
Bridges is excellent as the and shocking - the Frenzy se- ma.a9)-SeunyCi-
young writer, and is compli- quence is blunt, unimaginative MUSIC
mented nicely by Andy Griffith and nauseous. Item: When the
as a washed-up former Cowboy hero's sometime girl friend gets Binuboes rYpk, - Coe
*«..bumpd of, or prtagoistBeauties, rock, 9-2, no cover.
star. * bumped off, our protagonist Loma Linda - Four Fresh-
A Woman Under the Influ- displays no grief or remorse - men, pop, 9, no cover.
ence - (The Movies, Briar- his lone reaction is that the au- G en, F9nco-Jk.
wood) - John Cassavetes' sear- thorities will think he himself is G (formerly A. A. Experimental
ing, merciless study of non- the culprit. His response is not Jazz Band), 9:30, $1.
commuunicative marriage, with unusual - it is typical of every Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Gena Rowlands and Peter Falk gelementin the film. Frenzy is Red, blues, 9:30, $1.
working the director's improvi- ; a frightening work, not because RedablesAr9:30, $1. gie
sational techniquesto an almost of any suspense in it (there is rock,a9,s$1eto $B.g0,
unbearable intensity. Row- none), but because the film
lands is simply spectacular, de- itself would seem to reveal its:
serving of every award on re- director for the first time not cldasel
cord, including the Oscar she as the Master of Thrills, not as *it U
didn't win. **** the Magician of Terror, but,
3 Days of the Condor -(Mich- plainly and simply, as a thug.* CINEMA
igan) - Obscure CIA de-coder The Little Theater of Jean Potemkin - (Cinema Guild,
in New York City innocently Renior - (Cinema II, Angell Arch. Aud., 7 only) - Eisen-
uncovers a Middle East code, is! Aud. A, 7 & 9) - Jean Renor's stein's tribute to the heroes of
subsequently hurtled into ter- last film, composed of four short the 1905 Russian Revolution.
ror when his six co-workers are episodes. And, propoganda aside, Potem-
gunned down - apparently by MUSIC kin deserves its ranking as the
other CIA operatives. The Blind Pig - Tribe, jazz, 9:30, best silent film ever made.
film's murky political angle $1.50. Eisenstein was years ahead of
comes across as a warmed-over; Mr. Flood's Party - Mike most other directors of the time,
version of The Conversation, Smith and His Country Volun- and one must achingly wonder
and a preposterous romantic teers, 9:30, $1. what he would achieved had he
subplot further gums up the Cobo (Detroit) - Rassling, not been shackled by the politi-
proceedings, but when it con- rock, 8, tickets $3 to $6.50. cal straightjacket of his govern-
centrates on its thriller aspects, Baker's (Detroit) - Betty ment. ****
Condor is a superior product. Carter, jazz, 10 and 12, $3.50. The Devils - (New World,
Robert Redford is sufficiently Casa Nova - Susan Michaels, MLB 3, 7 & 9) - Ken Russell at
harried and inventive as the pop, '9-1, no cover. his abominable worst in this
hunted hero intent on discov- Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag- film from the factual story of a
ering the mysteries of his par- time, 6-1:30, 50c after 8. mad, sexually repressed nun in
ent company, and Max Van Sy- Bimbo's On The Hill -QSF, Huguenot France who accuses
dow is outstanding as a paid as- rock, 8:30, no cover. an influential, liberal priest of
sassin who is both humanistic Chances Are - Mike Quatro infecting her with the Devil.

and amoral with, to him, no with Superglide, rock, 8, $2 to Powerful material successfully
seeming inconsistency. *** $2.50. novelized by Aldous Huxley, and
Ark - Diana Marcovitz, folk, later transposed for stage by
9, $2.50. John Whiting, but Russell's
en ,iruin" #Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone garbage-can adaptation bears

MUSIC wright has never been able to; bor Film Co-op, Angell Aud. A, |
Blind Pig - Friends Road- work successfully out of his etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp etaoi eta.3
show, comedy, 9:30, $1. system. This film version never more MORE more MORE more 1
builds up any real dramatic 9:15 only) - There is a cer-'
momentum - it just kind ofi tain film critics' category
oozes out at you. Brando, Mag- known as the "good-bad film"
nani, and the assembled cast - pictures which are so total-
CINEMA perform as if they were going to ly and divinely inept that they{
The Fugitive Kind - (Ann fall asleep any second. ** stand as a form of negative.
Arbor Film Co-op, Angell Aud. Potemkin - (Cinema Guild, masterpieces. Duel in the Sun;
A, 7 only) -- Wandering stud 'Arch. Aud., 7 only) - See Tues- may be the prime exponent of:
(Marlon Brando) works his hyp- day Cinema. this category - a sprawling,
notic effect on hotel owner (An- j Gun Crazy - (Cinema Guild, big-budget, big-cast Western
na Magnani) and others in a Arch. Aud., 9:05 only) - Wife monster that may well be theI
small Southern town. Tennessee goads husband into series of most unintentionally hilarious!
William's Deep South drama is robberies, soon both are hunted film ever made. To describe
so murky it almost decays be- by the law. plot or performances defies
fore your very eyes; written One of the original versions imagination, but by the time
two different times for the stage of Bonnie and Clyde, but vast- Gregory Peck and JenniferI
during a period spanning some ly inferior to its brilliant de- Jones go gunning for each
20 years, the story evidently is scendent. **' other under the sun-soaked sky
an albatross which the play- I Duel in the Sun - (Ann Ar- (b scene that rivals anything,

the Marx Brothers ever did)
you'll either be limp with laugh-
ter or sound asleep. Either * or
I****, depending on how you
look at it.
My Little Chickadee - (Ma-
trix, 7 & 9:30) - See Monday
Cinema.'
MUSIC
Casa Nova - Susan Michaels,j
pop-folk, 9-1, no cover.
Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF,.
rock, 8:30, no cover.
Blind Pig - Cory Sea Quar-
tet, jazz, 9:30, $1.
Bimbo's - Grevious Angels,
country, 9, no cover.
Chances Are - City Boys,
rock, 9, $1 to $1.50.
Ark - Hoot night, folk, 9, 75c.
Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone
Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover.

thursday
CINEMA
8% - (Ann Arbor Film Co-op,
Angell Aud. A, 7 & 9:45) -
Fellini's autobiographical mas-
terwork of a film director
whose creative juices have run
dry. Certainly a foreshadow-
ing of what was coming -- dur-
ing the next decade the Italian
giant filmed little of any con-
sequence. It would be difficult
for anyone ,though, to follow
up on a film as good as this
one; it is a joy watching Fellini
in complete control of his art,
a master enjoying his avoca-
tion to the fullest. 8% seems to
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Mr. Smith Goes to Washing-
ton - (Cinema Guild, Arch.
Aud., 7 & 9) - A young, ideal-
istic senator (James Stewart)
battle for his beliefs in the face
of an overwhelming personal
villification c a m p a i g n
within the Senate and in his
home state. 1939 Frank Capra
film drenched in the corny
style only Frank Capra could
pull off, and it holds up remark-!
ably well in this age of cynic-
ism. Some of the political as-:
pects may seem a little naive
today, but the viewer will in-
variably find himself rooting
unashamedly for Stewart as he
conducts a wrenching one-man
senate fillibuster with seeming-
ly the whole world against him.
Go, Jimmy! ****
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. 51
Saturday, November 1, 1975
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News

Beauties, rock, 9-2, $2.j
Rubaiyat - Strutter's Ball,
top 40's, 9:30, no cover.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, 10, $1.50.;
Loma Linda - Mixed Bag,1
jazz, 9, no cover.:
Heidelberg Rathskeller-Mus-1
tard's Retreat, folk, 9:30, no1
cover.1
Golden Falcon - Headwind,I
jazz, 9:30, $1.
Sunday,

almost no connection to its pre-
decessors whatsoever. Indeed,
Russell freely admits this, stat-
ing his prime intent was not to
stick to a straight narrative but
to "heighten" the audience's
senses through an assault of vis-
ual-audial images. It is cer-
tainly an assault, but that of a
blind man flailing away at an
unknown target, numbing his
audience with every blow he
accidentally lands. Prserve
your digestion by staying
home. *!
Naked Spur - (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 9:05 only) - Fairly
good Western featuring bounty
hunter James Stewart stlking
villianous Robert Ryan. OK,
but essentially for cowboy affi-
cianados only. **
Lenny - (Ann Arbor Film Co-
on, Angell Aud. A, 7 & 9) -~
Bob Fosse's flawed but fasci-
nating interpretation of Lenny
Bruce. The film presumes too
many answers about the come-
dian's life, and Dustin Hoffman
is certainly too nice a boy to

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