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THE SUMMER DAILY

Friday, August 10, 1973

Page Iwo THE SUMMER DAILY Friday, August 10, 1973

C inema weekend

And Then There Were None -
Fri. - Cinema Guild, Architec-
ture Aud.
Casablanca ,- Fri. - Cinema
II, Aud. A.
Genesis V - New World Film
Co-op, MLB-Sat.
Lilith - Cinema Guild, Archi-
tecture Aud.-Sat.
The Sleeping Car Murders -
tonight
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Courtship of Eddie's Father
20 Land of the Giants
24 A CNews-Smith/Reasoner
50 Flintstones
56 Erica-Crafts
6:15 56 Theonie--Cooking
5062 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NBC News-John Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith/Reasoner
9 1 Dream of Jeannie-Comedy
24 Dick Van Dyke-Comedy BW
50 Gilligan's Island-Comedy
56 Dig It
7: 00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 11 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
-Comedy 1BW
13 What'sMy Line?
20 Nanny and the Professor-
Comedy
24 Bawling for Dollars
50 I Love Lucy-Comedy BW
56 Pink Floyd-Music
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Hollywood Squares
7 Wait Till Your Father Gets
9 Lassie
TIlE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXIII, No. 59-s
Friday, August 10, 1973
is edited and managed by students at
he Uniersity of Michigan. News phone
764-0567. Second class postage paid at
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published
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ouring the University year at 420 May-
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Summer session published Tuesday
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area); $6.50 local mail (Michigan and
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states and foreign).

Sat. - Cinema It, Aud. A.
Vivre Sa Vie - Sat. and Sun.--
Friends of Newsreel, MLB.
Hiroshima Mon Amour - Sat.
and Sun. - Friends of News-
reel, MLB.
RECOMMENDED:
Lilith - Quite typically, Euro-
peans had to point out to us
Americans the astounding virtues
You Asked For It
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Good News
24 Wait Till Your Father Gets
Home
50 Hogan's Heroes
8:00 2 11 60 Minutes
4 Sanford and Son
7 24 Brady Bunch_
9 Pig and Whistle
13 High School Football
20 Burke's Law-Crime Drama BW
30 56 Washington Week in Review
50 Dragnet-Crime Drama
8:30 4 Little People-Comedy
7 24 Odd Couple
9 cudy and Jim Show-Muslc
50 Merv Griffin
56 Black Perspective on the
News
9:00 7 11 Movie-Comedy
"The Trouble With Girls"
4 Movie-Drama
"The Suhject Was Bases"
7 24 Room 222
9 News-Don Daly
20 Ozzie and Harriet
56 Evening at Pops
9:3057 24 Corner Bas
9 Happy Though Married
20 Seven Hundred Club
10:00 7 74 B.f. and Eddie Outward
Bound-Documentary
0 Country Roads
50 Perry Mason BW
56 An American Family
-Documentary
10:30 7 24 PGA Highlights
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertsan
50 One Step Beyond
11:30 2, Mvie-Westrn
"Branded," (1950)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Dick Cavett
9 News
11 Movie-Thriller
"Cry of the Banshee."
(English; t970)
20 Camp Meeting Hour-Religion
50 Movie-Drama BW
"The Man Who Played God."
(1032)
12:00 9 Movie-Western
"The Tall T." (1957)
1:00 4 13 Midnight Special
7 Movie-Drama BW
"Slaughter on Tenth Avenue"
(1957)
1:15 11 News
1:30 2 Movie-Drama BW
"Rebel in the Ring." (1964)
9 Wrestling
2:30 4 13 News
3:00 2 Divorce Court
7 News
3:30 2 News

of Robert Rossen's Lilith (1964).
The film found its prime defend-
er, not on its home territory, hut
in France: Cahiers du Cinema
featured an interview with Ros-
sen, another with the film's star,
Jean Seberg, and a rave re-
view, among other things.
Hopefully, The Cahiers enthus-
iasm will eventually persuade
Americans to take the film more
seriously.
About the movie itself: Lilith's
title character is an inmate at
a sanatorium. Yet the film is
hardly depicts a woman's usual
successful battle against psy-
chosis. Instead, Rosen gives us
the other side of all the Rose
Gardens, the Davids and the Lis-
as. Insanity is seen here from

the vantage point of the insane.
Lilith (Jean Seberg), seems sen-
sitive, alluring, different, the
keeper of her own private world,
more than she seems mentally ill.
And rather than be gradually
won over by the sane world, Lil-
ith wins over her occupational
therapist (beautifully played by
Warren Beatty, a seeming pillar
of sanity.
Perhaps the most remarkable
aspect of Lilith is the way Ros-
sen involves us,'often stylistically,
in Beatty's own growing inter-
est in Seberg. Rossen gives us no
simple reality to grasp hold of.
Eugene Schuftan's photography
is at once stark and dreamlike;
Rossen's camera technique is
fluid, his pace thoughtful and hy-
pnotic. All of which gives the
movie an eerie, compelling tex-
ture that makes Lilith, to my
mind, one of the great undiscov-
ered films of the 60's.

Casablanca -- Hollywood's
great romance. Ronald Reagan
and Ann Sheridan were originally
slated for the leads.
The Sleeping Car Murders -.
Costra-Gavras (Z, The Confes-
sion, State of Siege) made this
taut, compact murder mystery
before becoming political. Fine
performances by Yves Montand,
Jean-Louis Trintignant.
And They There Were None -
Occasionally scary 1945 R e n e
Clair version of Agatha Christie's
suspense classic, Ten Little Ind-
ians (originally Ten Little Nig-
gers). Ten people in an isolated,
gloomy mansion: why were they
invited? Who is their host? Why
is the number of intact miniature
Indian statues constantly dimin-
ishing? Why are the ten guests
being killed off one by one?
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING QUICK RESULTS

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Show Times
Fri. at
7 & 9:15
Sot, & Sun.
nt 1 :15,
3:45, 6:15
& 8:45
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LIST
and
Bargain
Day
Suspended
Admission
For
ALL
Shows
Is
$2.50
X-Rated

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is a genuine masterpiece of staggering proportions."
'J go J ~-Edward Behr. Newsweek
is a rich, resonant film ... a magnificent one.
-Bruce Cook, The National Observer

This SATURDAY and SUNDAY, August 11 & 12

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* Peanuts 0 Free Parking
DAILY 3:30-7:30
A mo1ing expiriencnh sounmid an1 light
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is accepting resumes from set and costume
designers for its 1973-74 season.
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a large and well edited volume pinpointing some of
the best of this year's exhibitors . , , it offers a well
rounded view of the Art Fair,"
--Jean Paul Slusser
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ALAIN RESNAIS' EMMANUELLE RIVA EIJI OKADA
Hiroshima Mon Aour
A French actress in Tokyo to work on a film meets and falls in love with a Japanese architect.
Novelists Marguerite Duras who wrote the screenplay a n d Alain Resnais who directed, use their
flashbacks during lovemaking to World War I in Japan and France to explore time and meaning.
"Undoubtedly a masterpiece It is, of course, a work of tremendous dignity, a landmark in
motion pictures."-Saturday Review
-AND-
Jean-Luc Godard's .... :
ViOvre- Sa Vie
ANNA KARINA
In 12 episodes, Nana (Anna Korina) goes from wife and mother
through casual promiscuity into the harder world of prostitution.
My films all have, at the bottom, the some subject. I take an r
individual who has an idea, and who tries to go to the end of
the idea."--Godard
In VIVRE SA VIE, the idea is a womon's freedom.
"a perfect film. That is, it sets out to do something both noble
and intricate; and it wholly succeeds in doing it."-Susan Sontntg
This SATURDAY and SUNDAY - v
Modern Languages Auditoriums
both films at 7:30 and 9:30
$1.25 single; $2 double feature (at 7:30 only)
a new morning presentation by friends of newsreel

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