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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 22, 1913

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I gusto, and is backed by an worse. famous sci-fi writer's works. A night-club vamp Marlene Die- bor Film Co-op, Angell Aud. Bimbo's (Ypsi)-Salem Witch-
g 1 imaginative cast including Alan, The Iceman Cometh - Faith- British scientist sits in his ma- trich and foreign legionnaire A, 7 & 9:30) - The first un- craft, rock, 9:30, no cover.
Bates and Oliver Reed. Royal ful, solid adaptation of O'Neill's chine, sees eons pass before Gary Cooper. Interesting for stagebound film of the Marxes, Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF,
Flash seems a rousing film on gigantic epic of lost souls in a him without ever moving an film historians, but just too and nihilisticaly hilarious. It rock, 8:30, no cover.
the surface, but then slowly, New York bar. The film's ma- inch through space; eventually creakily dated for most view- marked the beginning of the: Casa Nova - Susan Michaels,
surely, in sinks the uncomfort- jor stumbling block is the cast- he battles underground mutants ers.** Brothers' golden age, which pop-folk, 9, no cover.
able feeling that you've seen ing of Lee Marvin, who is all to save what remains of human- A Nous La Liberte - (Cine- lasted a brief seven years but Chances Are--Whiz Kids, rock,
every scene somewhere be- wrong for the part of the satanic ity thousands of years in the ma II, Angell Aud. A, 7 & 9) changed the face of comedy 8, $1 to $1.50.
fore,"** protagonist Hickey. Fortunately, future. The film's later stages - 1932 comedy about mechan- forever.****
CINEMA Monty Python and the Holy Marvin's awkwardness is coun- get a little too immersed in ized society by French director Horse Feathers - (Ann Ar-
Royal Flash - (Fox Village) Grail - (Fifth Forum) - The ter-balanced by brilliant per- hero-vs-monster cliches, but the Rene Clair. Supposedly inspired bor Film Co-op, Angell Aud., A,
-19th-Century British war hero: overrated British group's look formances by Frederick March special effects are glorious and IChaplin's Modern Times, but we 8:20 & 10:50) - The Marx
(Malcom MacDowell) gets at the Arthurian Legend. To this and Robert Ryan, the last of the script remains literate and really don't know much about it. Brothers destroy utterly the
caught up to his neck in foreign observer an exercise in sopho- both actors' careers and a fit- thoughtful throughout - a rani- Take the Money and Run - American university - maybe CINEMA
intrigue. Richard Lester's latest moric foolishness (maybe the ting finale for both.*** ty for cinematic science fiction. (Matrix, 7 & 9:30) - See Sae- not their best film, but prob- International House and Alice
film is rather trivial stuff which British really don't have a sense Jaws - (The Movies, Briar- urday Cinema. ably their funniest. Groucho's n Wonderland-(Matrix Inter-
seems primarily an excuse for of humor). Go see it if you wood) - The most famous film From Here to Eternity-(Cine- MUSIC anatomy lecture ranks among national House at 7 Alice at
some extentions and variations must, but don't set your hopes in the world back for a return ma II, Angel Aud. A, 7 & 9 - Chances Are - Melodioso, the lunatic interludes of all 9:30, $1.50 for one $250 for
on his Musketeers epics. There's or standards too high.** engagement. And admittedly. This adaptation of James Jones' Latin jazz, 8, $1 to $1.50. comedy.**** both-See Monday Cinema.
the usual superdose of pratfalls Rooster Cogburn - (The Mov- within its range, pretty grand W.W. II novel was one of the Bimbo's (Ypsi)-Sweet Crys Lacombe, L i c i e n - (New
taoosrocko9:3,rno-cover. WoldwMLBh3, 7t&9:30)-ThepAUSI
and swordplay, but the whole ies, Briarwood) - A revival of entertainment indeed.**** most famous films of the 1950's.ta, rock, 9:30 no cover. WorldMLBL3,c7i&n9:30)-The'MUSIC
enterprize seems rather warm- the adventures of True Grit's Drama of a fanatical officer's Loma Linda - Mixed Bag, best film of 1974, Godfather and Spaghetti Bender--Russ Trom-
ed-over and a little forlorn. Les- hero. Not much in the way of attempts to bludgeon and bully jazz, 9, no cover. Chinatown not excepted. A rest- bley, progressive country, 9-12,
ter employs a dual-identity gim- plot or direction, but containsian independent - minded recruit Mr. Flood's Party - Catfish, less, minimally - educated teen- no cover.
mick as the crux of the plot, the remarkable dual edifices of into joining platoon boxing team 9 no cover. I ager in W.W. II France is re- Bimbo's - Gaslighters, sing-
which doesn't help matters any; Wayne and Hepburn. And it's marked one of the earliest ex-' jected in his efforts to join the along, 6-1:30, 5c after 8.
but McDowell plays the duped amost worth the price of admis- CINEMA amples of the individualist vs. French underground. Frustrated: Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF
hero with appropriate comic sion just to watch these two ag- Casablanca - (Cinema Guild, monolithic society theme so pop- and totally non-political, he in- rock, 8:30, no cover.
ing monuments fading grace- 7 & 9:05) - Bogie and Bergman ular in more recent years. A stead joins the Nazi SS and is Bimbo's (Ypsi)-Salem Witch-
fully, joyfully one last time into play it again. Not exactly great sweat-andguts film which some soon turning in former acquant-craft, rock, 9:30, $2.
the sunset.** arbtsrlIn ftems times borders on florid corn-If
nart, but surely one of the most ess but manages to stay CINEMA ances with no adjoining guilt Blind Pig-Silvertones, blues,
FMEE -gany " (State) -Drear "", un iversally "accessable an p""grInternational House and Alice feelings. Enraptured with the 9:30, $$1.
creaky soap opera of young girl pealing films ever put together. in Wonderland - (Matrix, In macho thrill of wearing gun and Chances Are-Whiz Kids, rock,
finding fame, fortune and mis- With Rains, Loore, Greenstreet' MUSIC ternational House at 7, Alice at pushing others around, he swag- 9, $2 to $2.50.
ery in the wicked, wicked city. Dooley Wilson - and how can 9:30. $1.5 for one,$25 for ers along like a hood out of -
iaaRssdt ai o epsil d ntigmr? Ark - Lou and Sally Killen,9:0. 1.0 fr ne,$2.0Rorterhalngliklaroo-ouuo
Diana Ross, sad to say, is no we possibly add anything more? both) - International House is West Side Story, his concept of Hidelberg Rathskeller-Mus-
Ivbetter than anyone else in the a little-known Fields' film deal- f$the world conflict going no fur- tard's Retreat, folk, 9:30, no
SATURDAY cast, and in fact maybe a little Take the Money and Run - Blind Pig - Melodioso, Latin i ther than his own self image.cover.
____ in~~~~~~~~~g with (of all things for 1933) te hnhsonsl mg.cvr
NOV22 - -- - (Matrix, 7 & 9:30) - Chroni- -jazz, 9:30, $1 television. Not much known Louis Malls sensitive study of G l con-Street Fiction,
5m & 7pm ********* cle of hardened criminal Virgil Bimbo's - Gaslighters, singa- about the plot, but with the un- children playing at war raises jazz, 9:30, $1.
SUNDAY There S a * Starkey's descent into crime lon 6-:30 50 cents after 8. likely star combination of profound questions of individual Loma Linda-Mixed Bag, jazz,
and degradation. Woody Allen's Mr Floods Party - SilverGeorge Burns and Gracie Al- guilt and responsibility, and also 9, no cover.
:m" difference!!! *. first self-starring film is a bit tones. blues, 9, $1. len, Bela Lugosi and Rudy Val- offers the proposition that for Rubyait-Strutter's Ball, top
- p4pm * A O rough around the edges but Chances Are - Dr. Bop and lee, it's probably fairly mem most of us war is less an ideol- 40's, 9:30, no cover.
" E PREPARE FOR: s ; mostly funny, and in some ways the Headliners featuring the orable. Alas, not so with Alice. oligcal struggle than an ultimate Casa Nova -- Susan Michaels,
: M CAT Ofep5earnce I better than his more opulent White Raven, rock, 9, $2 to Despite a comparably off-beat ego trip. Whether or not one pon-folk, 9, no cover.
*" and success 0: later efforts.*** $2.50. cast, the picture is so stodgy agrees with that conclusion, La- Huron Hotel-Frederick Johns,
RIDAT -- Slaughterhouse-Five - (Medi- Loma Linda - Mixed Bag, and unimaginative that the var- combe, Lucien remains a deep- progressive country, 4:30 -7:30,
small classes " atrics, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30 & jazz, 9, no cover. ied talents involved are drown- ly disturbing, cinematically bil- no cover.
-oumnos o- : 9:30) - That rarest of happen Golden Falcon - Street Fic- ed in blandness. First you gasp liant effort. Mr. Flood's Party - North
i SA styateials gs with delight over an unexpected International House and Alice Country Grass, 9 $1.
IREo stuay materrals :'improves over the novel on Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, celebrity appearance, then you in Wonderland-(Matrix, Inter-
Courses that are " 'which it was based. Director bluegrass, 10, $1.50. start to wonder how they ever national House at 7, Alice at
ATGSB constantly updated - George Roy Hill (The Sting, Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF, got conned into a potboiler like 9:30. $1.50 for one, $2.50 for
A " ' etc.) displays a most unchar- rock, 8:30, no cover. this.** both)-See Monday Cinema. Datly Official Bulletin
- '^" iR " OCuw Tape facilities for r acteristic sensitivity in depict- Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Sweet Crys- MUSIC MUSIC
eviews of class ,MSCM IC.*
sss and for use: ing Billy Pilgrin's travels tal, rock, 9:30-2, $. . Bimbo's (Ypsi)-Sweet Crys- Chances Are - Masquerade, saturday, November 22
3150 CARPENT of supplementary " through past, present and fu- Heidelberg - The Rhineland- tal, rock, 9:30, no cover. I rock, 8, $1 to $1.50. Day calendar
35CA PNEi materials " Iture, bringing to Billy's story ers, German, 9:30, no cover. odnFlo akOin TO:Fo h twyT
ANN ARBOR ER LEX "az 9:",ae id"g"Alm f Golden Falcon - Jack OrionGoFalcon-JackOrion wFrom the Midwa1.
PHO 7-N WMake-ups for : the scope and dignity that Kurt Heidelberg Rathskeller- Mus- ,. GldezFacon-3Jak O1on;.JamiesRierts-The Ats of LiEu-
H- E missed lessons "i Vonnegut's indulgent, self-con- tard's Retreat, folk, 9:30, no Jazz,'9:30, $1. Blind Pig - Aldaberan, jazz, cation:" I. Charles Wegner, 'The
P E Smslogscious novel so painfully lack- cover. Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie 9:30 $1 Liberal Arts-The Arts of ibera
, NATL MED DOS :ed* T e -Casa Nova- Susan Michaels. Red, blues, 9:30,$i',roc' Mr. Flood's Party - Gemini, Fta UM vs. Ohio State
The Time Machine - (Cou- pop-folk, 9,nocover. Chances Are-Lightnin',r folksy blues, 9, Paryo-emn i ctban aUMvs.
" wrteloksal:bluens8,-9,$1no cover. ihgnstdutpm.
-10 write or can: zensCafeteria, 8 & 10)-George IRubaiyat - Strutter's Ball, 8, $1 to $1.50. Huron Hotel-Frederick Johns w B : Saturday Graffiti Radio
* n ArboPa ine4B , 'Pal's film of the first time-tray- top 40's, 9:30, no cover. Mr. Flood's Party - Eric Bac on, H:e- FredercMagazine,Moe Slippen's t'Me-men-
r 662-3i49 " 'eler substitutes a more positive Spaghetti Bender - Russ Mr. Flood's Party - Eric B 8b1's covet taHrc: :5 5 pm.
a ii W Ten Mile Rd. ending for the pessimism of the Trombley, progressive country, Bach, 9:3no' vs(Ypsi)-sweet Crys- t Hockey: ,M vs. Michigan e,
4*fBach,(11,wnoTncoiler.d.talrok 9:30 no coverYost Ie Aren, 7:30 pm.
" southfieid, Mi. 48015 i 'H G. Wells novel, but remains 9-12, no cover. Ark - Workshop on "How to Music school: Puccini's La Ha-
BOR AREA (313) 34085 the Play the Bones," with Percy heme, Mendelssohn, 8 pm; UM Glee
" th be t fl m v rsi n-o D anforth, 9, free. Club with Cornell, Hill An d., 8 pm:
1 * ___41_ CI "lh flhLoma Linda - The Arbors, 8 w edn her, 8 4 30 pm: eanH ailtRenctah
Le * rJSunda and 10:30, $5 horn, 0 pm: both at meltta Han.
r yrrr R. C. Players: 2 1-act plays, The
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Bimbo's (Ypsi)-Sweet
al, rock, 9:30, no cover.
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ock. 8:30, no cover.
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Chances Are-Whiz Kids, rock, Mar. 31.
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