100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 06, 1975 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1975-06-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June fa 1975

Happenings . N

all week
COMMERCIAL CINEMA
A Brief Vacation - (Cammis)
- DeSica's latest flick with
Italian dialog, English subGties.
A Woman Under theI Influ-
ence - (Michigan) -House-
wife Gena Rowlands and her
husband Peter Falk attempt to
deal with their psychois in John
Cassavettes' painful and incisive
drama.
Mandingo - (State) - James
Mason and Susan George in the
film version of the best-selling
novel, a tale of sadism and lust
in the ante-bellum Soutn.
Return of The Pink Panther-
(Fifth Forum) - Pter Sellers
in the latest misadventures of
Inspector Closeau.
The Eiger Sanction - (Briar-
wood) - Clint Eastwrad direct-
ed this spy film.
Shampoo - (Brirwaod) War-
ren Beatty as a Hollywood hair-
dresser with a Don Juan com-
plex. An uneven satire that has
its moments, but somehow does
not come through together.
Prisoner of Second Avenue -
(Briarwood) - Jack Lemmon
and Ann Bancroft :n the film.
version of the hit Neil Simon
play about beleaguered urban-
ites coping with life in the Big
Apple.
Lepke - (Briarwood) -Tony
Curtis as a member of Murder,
Inc. attempting to -dissolve' the
partnership.
friday
JUNE 6
CINEMA
Adam's Rib (Ann Arbor Co-
op, MLB 3, 7, 9) - Tracy and
Hepburn grace the screen in this
classic film by George Cukor
that inspired the pitiful televis-
ion series of the same name***
Pat and Mike (Ann Arbor Co-
op, MLB 4, 7:15, ':13) - Back
again! The team of Spencer and
Katherine in a story where love
conquers al, making this film
nothing really new.**

Fantastic Planet (New World,
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 9) - Winner
at the Cannes Film Festival,
this film contains some of the
most remarkable animatia to
ever hit the silver screen. In-
credible.****
Wuthering Heights (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7:30, 9.30)
- If you like Emily Bronle's
novel, then you'll nrobably find
this adaptation satisfying, with
Laurence Olivier and Merle
Oberon in the title rolls. Far
superior to the Samual Arkoff
rehash.***
Shame (Cinema II, Aud. A,
7:30, 9:30) - One of Berg-
man's most disturbing filts,
Shame is a chronicle of tor-
ment in the lives of two cloe
people, excellently portrayed by
Max Von Sydow and Liv Utl-
man.****
MUSIC
Ark - Still House string
Band, $1.00.
Blind Pig - Big Daddy G
and Express with Frazer Smith,
Jazz, $1.00.
Chances Are - Lightning,
Rock, $1.50 students, $2.00 oth-
ers.
Depot Cafe - Leo Kretzner,
folk/blues, no cover, donations
welcome.
Mr. Flood's Party - Melo-
dioso, Latin Jazz, $1 00.
Golden Falcon - Frei Fight,
Top 40's, $1.00.
Pretzel Bell - Carefreei Fam-
ily, Bluegrass, $100.
EVENTS
The Wolverine Dancers pre-
sent "Commencemeat Exercis-
es" at 8:30 p.m. La Barbour
Gym.

Salt and Norman Wexler's slug-
gish screenplay."
Red Beard (Cinema G u itI d,
Arch. Aud., 8) - Japanese di-
rector Akira Kurosawa film
of compassion set in the 19th
century. A relatively underplay-
ed film when compared with
Kurosawa's other masterful
works such as Seven Samarai
and Rashomon.****
Scenes From A Marriage
(Cinema It, Aud. A, 7, 10) -
Bergman's latest work is an
unbelievable penetration into
love and relations, with Liv
Ullman and Erland Josephson
literally burning the screen sip
with their highly ierssnal per-
formances.*
MUSIC
Ark - Still House S t r i n g
Band, $1.50.
Blind Pig - Big Daddy G and
Express with Frazer Smith,
Blues/jazz, $1.00.
Chances Are .- Lightning,
Rock, $1.50 students, $2.00 oth-
ers.
Depot Cafe - Gemini, crea-
tive folk/blues/classical, S50c.
Mr. Floods Party - Melo-
dioso, Latin Jazz, $1.00.
Golden Galcon - Free Flight,
Top 40's, $1.00.
Pretzel Bell - Carefree Fam-
ily, bluegrass, $1.00.
EVENTS
The Wolverine Dancers pre-
sent "Commencement Exercis-
es" at 8:30 p.m. in Barbour
Gym.
sunday
JUNE it

Golden Falcon - D.J. Double Cannes in 1957 for his stunning
0 Soul, $1.00. work.""

monday
JUNE 9
CINEMA
Page of Madness (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 8) - 1926
silent Japanese film by Teino-
suke Kinugasa. No admission
charge.
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Red, Blues, $1.00.
Chances Are - Mojo Boogie
Band, Blues/rock, $1.00 students
$1.50 others.
Depot Cafe - Pat Hodgson,
country/western, no cover, dona-
tions welcome.
Mr. Floods Party - E~ r i c
Glatt, no cover.
Golden Falcon - Ann Arbor
Experimental Jaz Band, $1.00.
Music School - Carillon Re-
cital, Janet Tebbel, 7-8 p.m.
tuesday
JUNE 10
CINEMA
The King of Hearts (Ann Ar-
bor Coop, Aud. A, 7, 9) -- Ano-
ther of the Ann Arbor cult film
collection. Phillippe deBroca
draws a thin line between sanity
and insanity, occasionally cross-
lng between them,Like I said,
it's a cull film."'5
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Ann Arbor Ex-
perimental Jazz, $1.00
Chances Are - Chance, laid
back rock, $1.00 students, $1.50
others.
Mr. Floods Party - Gemini,
no cover.
wednesday
JUNE It
CINEMA
A Man Escaped (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7:30, 9:30)
- An extraordinary film by Ro-
bert Bresson that exposes the
hopes and fears of those con-
fined behind prison walls. Bres-
son was named best director at

MUSIC
Ark - Hootenanny, 75c,
Blind Pig - Eagle Ridin Pop-
pa, jazz, $1.00.
Chances Are .- Chance, rock,
51.00 students, $1.50 others.
Mr. Floods Party - Grevious
Angels, 75c.
Golden Falcon - Double D
soul, $1.00.
thursday
JUNE 12
CINEMA
Alfredo, Alfredo (Ann Arbor
Co-op, Aud. A, 7, 9) - Real,
genuine junk that attempts to
rip-off the talent of Dustin
Hoffman. How Hoffman ever
consented to this drizzle is be-
yond everyone, and he himself
admits regret over his partici-
pation in this garbage.*
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Reunion, Jazz,
$1.00.
Chances Are - Chance, Rock,
$1.00 students, $1.50 others.
Mr. Floods Party - M i k e
Smith and his country volui-
teers, 75c.
Pretzel Bell - RFD 3 o y s,
bluegrass, $1.00.
EVENTS
League Menu - New Orlans.
Order
Your
Subscription
Today
764-0558

MUSIC
Chances Are - Buzz Gunder-
JUNE 7 son, Country rock, $1.00 stu-
CINEMA dents, $1.50 others,
Serpico (New World, Ml B 3, Depot Cafe - Afternoon, Mus-
7, 9:15) - Mediocre at best tards Retreat, country/western,
this Sidney Lumet film returns Evening, Skunks Missery, blue-
again, so someone must like it. grass, no cover, donations wel-
Al Pachino attemtps to s u r-- come.
mount the pace of the film, but Del Rio - Live Jazz, free,
ultimately gets caugat in Waldo starts at 4:30.

HOW IS
YOUR

DELIVERY?
Is delivery of THE DAILY acceptable?
,We hope so !
If not, please call us at 764-0558, MON-
FRI., 10-3 and tell us what's wrong. It's
the only way we can try to correct the
errors.
* * AND IF you want to order THE DAILY
for home delivery use the some number: 764-
0558.
DAILY CIRCULATION STAFF

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan