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Saturday, November 15, 1975

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events and entertainment
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all week
long

A quintessential example of theI
"good-bad" film. Made at the
height of the college rebellions,
the picture gives us caricatures
of campus radicals, caricatures
of professors and administra-
tors, choreographed caricatures
of riots and, worst of all, Elliot

top 40's, 9:30, no cover.
Depot House - Fred Small,
topical and folk, 9-12, 50 cents.
Casa Nova - Susan Michaels,
pop-folk, 9-1, no cover.
Spaghetti B e n d e r - Russ1
Trumbley, progressive country,
9-12, no cover.-

den as a brutal, thrice-cuck- Shampoo - (Matrix, 7, 9:30) obviously expected audiences to
holded industrialist. Shampoo is,- See Monday Cinema. laugh and cheer at the stoinps,
about 90 per cent perfect, but' Music gouges and other unrelenting
goes soft in the end - its sud- Chances Are-Headwind, jazz, brutalities on the screen, and
denly and unexpectedly maudlin 9, $1 to $1.50. by and large he's been proven
climax is jarringly out of kilter Ark - Biff Rose, folk, 9, $2.50. right. Can't we find better value
with the rest of the film, noth Blind Pig - Friends Road- systems than this?
philosophically and artistically. show, comedy, 9:30, $1. La Guerre est Fine - (Ann

ALL WEEK LONG Gould in a caricature of himself, Too bad Beatty and director Hal Mr. 'Flood's Party - Gemini, Arbor Film Co-op, An
COMMERCIAL CINEMA perpetually screaming at the top Ashby didn't quite maintain the folksy blues, 9, no cover. A, 7 only) - Resnais'
of his voice. Getting Straight is courage of their convictions, but Golden Falcon - Jack Orion, Spanish Communist a
Monty Python and the Holy dim-witted, myopic and crude- Shampoo remains a brilliantly jazz, 9:30, $1. gedly, mechanically ca
Grail-(Fifth Forum)-The over- and also one of the more enter- different kind of film. *** Huron Hotel-Frederick John, his struggle against t
rated British group's look at the tainin films of the last several CINEMA Animal Farm - (New World, folk, 7:30, no cover. regime in the face o
Arthurian Legend; to this ob- tmig Ifilmsrofitheilasteseaeral
Artvr an Leercis in hs oh- years. Which just goes to show Animal Farm - (New World, MLB 3, 7 & 9:15) - See Sunday: Arts Chorale - 19th century knows are hopeless.
mrrc anosexercis~e hin soph that sometimes you can fool all MLB 3, 7 & 9:15) - Superb Cinema. American music, Hill Aud., 8, praised but strange
moric foolishness (perhaps the oftealo tetm- usicfre}moigilwhcpr
English really don't have a the people all of the time- British animated version of thes free. movig film which pe
Enaglif reall) do sae a including this writer. Orwell novel. It may be a bit Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone ries more meaning an
you must, but don't set your Touch of Evil - (Matrix, 7 culturally jarring to watch all Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover. I for the European audi
y must tdonst igh** only) - A tyrannical police these Disney-type characters Golden Falcon - Jack Orion, w eey for the American. Yves
hopes or standards too high. . j is wonderful by any
Roster Cogburn-(The MO- chief in a Texas border town behaving in dead-serious, mur- jazz, 9:30, $1. as the weary, dtyo
vies, Briarwood)-A revival of goes one step too far. The very derous fashion, but a terrifically Blind Pig - Boogie Woogiey
the adventures of True Grit's routine story is turned by Orson absorbing film once one adjusts Red, blues, 9:30, $1. CINEMA .
Welles into a masterwork of to it. **** Chances Are - City Slicker Last Year at Marienbad - Take the Money aw
plot or direction, but contains lms - (Cin d rs ,d ,(Ann Arbor Film Co-op, Angell (Matrix, 7, 9:30) -
the arkable dual edifices of himself plays the fanatical cop). ema II, Aud. A, 8:00 only) - 9 $1 to $1.50. at a palac y) - Man ance Starehe d ce
Wayne and Hepburn. And it's Made on a shoestring budget, Quartet of moderately notable Mr. Flood's Party - Catfish, at a palace-like hotel in France, Starkweather's dece
almost worth the price of ad- Touch of Evil emerges as one underground works. One, Flam-9, no cover. told by guests and employes crime and deradati
mission just to watch these two of the finest movies of the '50s, ing Creatures, became a campus that he was there previously. Allen's first self-starri
aging giants fading gracefully, thanks entirely to the efforts of cause here in the late '60s when Recnais deja vu horror film a bit rough aroundt
joyfully one last time into th our best and most tragically a local showing of it was raided ! contains minimal plot which but mostly funny, an
sunset **Ineglected filmmaker. **** by police. How times and moral-- really serves as a frontpiece ways better than his
Jaws-(The Movies Briar- Beat the Devil - (Ma'rix, ity change - today the film 1 for an experiment in audio- lent later efforts. ***
dm9:30 only) - The famous John seems quite tame and, sadly, C EAvisual cyclic cinema - endless Stavisky - (Ann A
wood)-The most famous film CutINupEyMoatA~of ut dl.*
Huston-Humphrey Bogart spoof quite dull. ** tracking shots through rooms Co-op, Angell Aud. A,!
Anoditdyft e nl)-SeStudyCnm. MBn 3,ee7, - 9)w Arlda n d corridors, words and;. . .. er . .. uh..
engagement. nda mi of spy flicks is not really the Touch of Evil - (Matrix, 7I Mean Streets - (New World
within its range, pretty grand classic it is now reputed t) be, only) - See Saturday Cinema. MLB 3, 7, 9) - A stunning, phrases spoken over and over MUSIC
entimt nee. rd but remains great fun. The film Beat the Devil -- (Matrix, atmospheric film of a young again. In its own way utterly Pretzel Bell - R
entertanment indeed is virtually stolen by, of all 9:30 only) - See Saturday Cin-, New York mafioso faced with fascinating, but certainly nit to bluegrass, 9:30, $1.
c a oapyopera o)u rl people, Jennifer Jones, very ema. moral dilemma of saving his everyone's taste. This is cinema Blind Pig - Corey5
finding fame, fune ad mis- blonde and very comic. Music best friend or protecting his on its own terms, and the tet, jazz, 9:30, $1.
cry in the wicked, wicked city. Music Chances Are - Brainstorm, own future. A powerful and orig- viewer shold proceed at his Mr. Flood's Party
.Inldaawihwsgvnaonrk. Mk Smt an hi
Lost in the Stars-(Campus)- Golden Falcon - Melodioso, rock, 9, $1 to $1.50. inal drama which was given a ' own risk. * Mike Smith and hi
Kurt Weil's musical adaptation jazz, 9:30, $1. Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone ' typical short shrift by the com- In a Lonely Place - (Cinema Volunteers, 9, 75c.
of Alan Payton's Cry, the Be- Ark - John Roberts and Tony- Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover. mercial theaters when releasedGuild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) - Bimbo's - Grievou
ov n yBarrent, folk, 9:30, $2.50. Loma Linda - Mixed Bag, two years ago - let's hope it I An unstable movie writer is country, 9, no cover.
oved ountry. Mr. Flood's Party - Jawbone, 'jazz, 9, no cover. fares better the second time I charged with murder. Interest- Bimbo's (Ypsi) -
9, $1. Mr. Flood's Party - Idaho around. **** ing role for Humphrey Bogart, , Beauties, rock, 9-2, no
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag- Steam Packet, country, 9, 50 The Third Man - (Cinema somewhat more dimensional Bimbo's On The Hi
saturday time, 6-1:30, 50 cents after 8. cents. Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) - than his usual tough-guy sereo- rock, 8:30, no cover.
Heidelberg - Ronny Doditch Writer (Joseph Cotten) searches type. But beyond that, the film Chances Are - Exp
AOrchestra, German, 9, nO cv- for his supposedly dead wartime is !rett routine. *9, $1 to $1.50.
CINEMAer. buddy (Orson Welles). Famous Stavisky - (Ann Arbor Film 'Casa Nova - Susan
Duck Soup-(Cinema Guild, Heidelberg Rathskeller-- Mus- thriller film immortalized by its Co-op, 9 only) - See Tuesday pop-folk, 9-1, no cove
Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05)-The Marx tard's Retreat, folk, 9:30, no zither musical score, but not Cinema (on second thought, Ark - Mad Mount
Brothers' 1933 anti-war epic is cover.Ar -Md out
Botheirst f9l athough not is o 'sr O h lCINEMA really very good. Always inter- I don't). Troop, folk, 9, $2.50.
their best film, although not Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF, Shampoo - (Matrix 7 & 9:30) esting to watch Welles, but, as Shamnoo - (Matrix, 7, 9:30) Musical Society -
merciless screenplay sacrifices Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone - Warren Beatty's savagely in most of his films, he's pretty - See Mond v Cinema. geles Philharmonic,
some of the bellylaughs of the Beauties, rock, 9-2, $2. funny, supposedly autobiographi-much wasted here.** MUSIC 8:30.
goup's otherfilms, ubut Duck aL s, Lida k, 9 Mixed Bag, cal study of an ultimate stud Hiroshima Mon.Amour-(Ann Art-Hoot night, folk, 9, 75c. Music School -
Soup's fo us on militaristic kn- Ljazz, 9, no cover, bathed in the eternal youth of Arbor Film Co-op, Angell Aud. Chances Are - Express, rock, heme", Mendelssohn.,
goism is so brilliantly incisive Blind Pig - Express, 9:30, $1. Southern California in the late A, 7 only) - Affair between 19, $1 to $1.50.
that it proves worth the sacri- Pretzel Bell-RFD Boys, blue- '60s. One of the best comedies I Japanese architect and French Bimbo's - Grevious Angels.
fire. A triumph of comedy and grass, 10, $1.50. of recent years, graced with actress amid memories of the country, 9, no cover.
civics. **** Chances Are - Brainstorm, scintilating performances by atomic nightmare. Alain Res- Mr. Flood's Party - All Di-
Getting Straight-(Mediatrics, rock, 8, $2-2.50. Beatty, Julie Christie, Goldie nais' 1959 film was the first of: rections, jazz, 9, 75c.
Nat. Sci. Ad., 7:30 & 9:45) - Rubaiyat - Strutter's Ball, Hawn and especially Jack War- the so-called "new wave" cin- Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone CINEMA
ema, which altered moviemak- Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover. Ten From Your Show
~~~_-_ ing through new techniques of Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF, - (Ann Arbor Film Co
~-sight and sound, often relegat- rock, 8:30, no cover. 4, 7:10, 8:50, 10:20)
ing plot to secondary import- s Blind Pig -- Rabbits, 9:30, $1. upon a time in thee
ance. A demanding film for the Casa Nova - Susan Michaels, there was a 90 minut
viewer, but a tremenously mov- pop-folk, 9-1, no cover. show every Saturday
kA FW w4 k f te per enclif one canget
ing experience if one can get Musical Society-"Jelly Roll's
into it. **** World", Power Ctr., 8.
Stavisky - (Ann Arbor Film Music School - Contemporary
Co-op, Angell Aud. A, 9 only) - Music Festival, Hill Aud., 8.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST BETHLEHEM UNITED CANTERBURY HOUSE Life's embarrassing moments:
CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST (Episcopal) Resnais' most recent film, but
State at Huron and Washington 423 S. Fourth Ave. Ph. 665-6149 218 N. Division-665-0606 somehow missed by this critic
Worship Services: Minister: Orval L. E. Willimann Sundays at noon-Holy Eucha- and all of his acquaintences.
8:30 a.m.-Communion Service 9:00 a.m.-Chapel Service. rist with a meal following. Supposed to be one of the best CINEMA
-Chapel. 10:00 a.m.-Worship Service. * * of the year, but . . . well, we The Longest Yard - (New
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.-Worship 10:00 a.m.-Church School. ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL Just don't know anything about World, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 9) -
Service-Sanctuary. Child care at 10:00 a.m. serv- CHURCH, 306 N. Division it. Sorry..Director Robert Aldrich's cude
9:30 and 11:00 a.m. - Church ice. 8:00 a.m.-Holy Eucharist. ~~~~ ~~~ --~°--tribute to macho sadism is urob-

ngell Aud.
film of a
agent dog-
arrying on
he Franco
f odds he
A much-
ely slow-
rhaps car-
d emotion
ience than
s Montand
standards
und agent.

NBC. That show may well have porting cast helps make this a
been the funniest program in memorable film adaptation. ****
the history of television, as this MUSIC
filmed collection bears out. Go Spaghetti Bender - Russ
and revel in the onstage wizard-Trmgypo ri cusy
ry o SidCeasr an ImaineTrumbley, progressive country,
ry of Sid Ceasar and Imogine! 9-12, no cover.
Coca, backed by the wri ing Bimbo's Gaslighters, ragtime,
talents of Carl Reiner, Neil 6-1:3 b, 's0 ast t , t.
Simon, Mel Brooks and Woody. 6-1:30, Sc after 8.
Allen (yes, they all worked cn ' Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone
this show). Definitely a film Beauties, rock, 9-2. $2.
which escapes the boundaries of Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF,
nostalgia into a genuine im- rock, 8:30, no cover.
mortality. **** Ark - Lou and Sally Killen,
Footlight Parade - (Cinema folk, 9:30, $2.50.
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) - Chances Are -Dr. Bop and
Early Warner Brothers Busby the Headliners, rock, 8, $2 to
Berkeley musical featuring Dick $2.50.
Powell, Ruby Keeler et. al, plus Mr. Flood's Party - Silver-
an unlikely James Cagney, who tones, blues, 9, $1.
proves quite adaptable to the 'ns e,9 1
genre. Berkeley production m-. Blind Pig - Melodioso, jazz,
bers have to be seen to be9:'$1.

nd Run - believed, and if you've never IHeidelberg Rathskeller -
Chronicle had a chance, this is one of Mustard's Tetreat, folk, no cov-
al Virgil his best. *** er. 9:30.
nt i n t o Wild Strawberries - (Cinema: Golden Falcon - Street Fic-
on. Woody II Angell Aud., A, 7, 9) - Berg- tion, jazz, 9:30, $1.
ng film is man's study of old age, mag- Loma Linda - Mixed Bag,
the edges nificently conveyed by Swedish jazz, 9, no cover.
d some actor Victor Sjostrom as an I Rubaiyat - Strutter's Ball,
more opu- #elderly professor. A little slow, top 40's, 9:30, no cover.
r but lovingly crafted and deeply Casa Nova - Susan Michaels,
onlFy) felt. Bergman's gentlest film. pop-folk, - no cover.
only) - f *t*p p-fok, 9-1, no cover.
a-Huron Hotel - Frederick
SSlaughterhouse-Five - (Me- John, folk, 7:30, no cover.
FD Boys, districs, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30,
9-1n)) Tht t r~t rf hnnn

y:a - na rares yr a e
Sea Quar- I ings - a film which actually
Simproves over the novel on
- Mike which it was based. DirectorA
- CounkryGeorge Roy Hill The Sting dis-
Country plays a most uncharacteristic
sensitivity in depicting Billyl
its Angels,Pilgrim's travels through past,j
Curbstone uresent and future, bringing to
cover. Billy's story the scope and dig-
lv- QSF, nity that Kurt Vonnegut's in-
ldllent, self-conscious novel so
ress, rock, painfully lacked. As Billy, Mi-
chael Sacks conveys both youth
Michaels,'and age with equal dexterity,
Mr. s and a uniformly excellent sup-
ain, Lime
Los A-
Hill Aud.a
"La Bo- WatICHing T V

This week's Happenings cal-
endar was prepared by James
Burns (music listings) and Kim
Potter (cinema reviews). The
feature was edited by Jeff Sor-
ensen, Chris Kochmanski, and
David Blomquist.
Sagain onightd

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o-op, MLB
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early '50s
e comedy
night on

Look at CHANGIN' CHANNELS
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6:00 p.m. - Young Married 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. years; Wednesday, through 6'
Dinner and Program. ' Sunday Morning Bible Study years.-
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ADDITIONAL TV LOG
(Continued from Page 3)
FRIDAY EVENING
"What Price Glory?" (1952)
The durable World War I
yarn. James Cagney
56 ABC NEWS
12:00 0 WILD WILD WEST
1:00 4 13 MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
Jimmie Walker, David Essex,
Brenda Lee and instrumental
jarz-rock group Tom Scott
and the L.A. Express
7 MOVIE
"l, Monster." (English: 1971)
Vet another version on the
Jekyll-Hyde story, with
Christopher Lee in the dual
role. Peter Cushing
9 MOVIE
"Dreams of Glass." (1970)
1:30 2 MOVIE
"The Great Lover." (1949)
B ot) Hope at a tourist guide
menaced by a murderous
gambler.
11 DON KIRSHNER'S ROCK
CONCERT
2:30 4 7 13 NEWS
3:00 2 MAYBERRY R.F.D.
11 NEWS
3:30 2 NEWS

ably the most repellent film to
emerge thus far in the '70s.
Washed-up pro quarterback
(Burt Reynolds) is sent to a
prison farm where he is coerced I
by fanatical warden Eddie Al-
bert into organizing a group of
inmates to play Albert's crack.
team of guards. Longest Yard
prides itself in begin about real
men bravely and humorously
bucking the system, but is ac-
tually about as heroic and funny
as a Brownshirt rally; Aldrich
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The Comic Opera Guild's
COMEDY
DOUBLEFEATURE
A Hilarious ONE-ACT
OPERETTA by Sullivan
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THE MIDDLE OF THE WORLD
One of the most beautiful and honest love stories ever put on film,
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