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Saturday, June 21, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Happenings.
COMMERCIAL CINEMA ly sinister, while Samantha Eg- Arch. And., 8) - 1924 film
The Passenger - (Campus) gar is terrific as the abused and ring Gloria Swanson is pr
- Jack Nicholson switches misused captive. *** ed as part of the silent
identities with a dead man. Lit- Philadelphia Story (Cinema series. No admission char
tle action, more of a "mood" II, Aud. A, 7:30, 9:30) - Kath- MUSIC
picture. Directed by Michael- erine Hepburn and Jimmy Ste- Blind Pig - Boogie W
angelo Antonioni. *** wart walk away with the show Red, blues, $1.00
The Reincarnation of Peter despite the screen presence of Golden Falcon - Ann
Proud - (Michigan) - Bizarre Cary Grant and direction by Experimental Jazz Band,
story of a murder victim who George Cukor. One of the best Loina Linda - JB and
is reincarnated in time for his films of its period. **** pany, jazz, no cover
daughter's birth.* MUSIC Mr. Flood's Party -
Jaws - (State) - Hottest Bimbo's - Gaslighters, blue- Glatz, folk, blues, no cov
thriller of the summer. A shark grass, $.50 EVENTS
terrorizes a seaside commun- Blind Pig - Jimmy Walker Music School - Carillo
ity, but the locals cover up and Peter Crawford, blues, cital, Leen't Hart, carillor
the gory details to avoid scar- $1.00 Burton Tower, 7-8 p.m.
ing off tourists. Directed by Chances Are - Shotgun, soul THE TUBE
Steven Spielberg, stars Robert music. $1, $1.50 Gene Roddenberry, gu
Shaw, Roy Scheider and Rich- Depot House - Gemini, folk, thousands of adoring Tre
ard Dreyfuss. TIME cover-stor- $50 twice tried to sell a fut
ied this movie. ** , Golden Falcon - Old Direc- concert called "Genesis II
The Last Detail - (Matrix) tions, jazz and rock, $1.00 night you can catch a ret
Jack Nicholson shows you the Loma Linda - JB and Com- his second effort, Planet I
sailor's life. **** pany, jazz, no cover which shows a 22nd-centur
Dr. Strangelove - (Matrix)- Mr. Flood's Party - Baby ilization with women's lit
Stanley Kubrick's hilarous ac- Boy Warren Blues Band, $1.00 ried to unintentionally hit.
count of nuclear warfare-watch Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, extremes. 11:30, channel
for Henry Kissinger. Peter Sel- bluegrass, $1, .50 0
lers plays three roles, also with THE TUBE
George C. Scott and Slim Pick- Forget the sitcom reruns and #u
ens. Starts Tuesday. **** watch Moses the Lawgiver, June 24
The Eiger Sanction - Briar- first of a six-part series on the CINEMA
wood) - Clint Eastwood direct- hero of Exodus. With Will Lan- CINEA
ed and starred in this boring caster in the title role, tonight's Rio Bravo (Ann Arbort
disconnected spy flick. * episode portrays young Moses Aud. A, 9:30) - Anothe
Shampoo - (Briarwvood) - at a time te Pharaoh was horn western by Bowsard I
Warren Be-tt, Julie Christy slaughtering male offspring. 10 that will attract those who
and Goldie Bawn in a comedy p m. channel 2. ly think there is somethi
about a sexually-active hair- - be learned from this genr
dresser. * mula. John Wayne is pr
Death Race 2000 - (Briar- sunday as always, but this time
wood) - A race odyssey. David Sunday Nelson pops p to make
Carradine stars as a 21st-cen- June 22 appealing.MUSIC
turv sports car driver. * MUSIC Blind Pig - Melidioso,
Capone - (Briarwood) - Ben Bimbo's - Gaslighters, blue- Bln $1.00
Gazzara as the mightiest mob- grass, no cover Loma Linda - JB and
ster of them all. Chances Are - Shotgun, soul p-v, jazz, no cover
Return of the Pink Panther- music, $1.00, $1.50 Mr. Flood's Party - G
(Fifth Forum) - The latest Del Rio - Jazz band, no cov- folk, blues. no cover
miscdventures of Peter Sellers, er THE TUBE
as Inspector Clouseau. Depot House - Afternoon: Tonight's best bets are
0 Mustard Retreat, folk rock, of The Ho Chi Minh Tra
Evening: Skunk's Misery, old flections on the Vietnam W
sa t r a y time music. two foreign reporters (ch
June 21 Golden Falcon - Double O 56, 9:30) and Mr. Rooney
CINEMA Soul, soul music, $1.00 to Dinner, an overview
The Producers (New World, -Lona Linda - Mixed Bags, world of restaurants {
MLB 3, 7, 9) - see Friday jazz, no cover channel 2).
cittema.y Mr. Flood's Party - Stony
The Collector (Cinema Guild, Creek, bluegrass, $.75
Arch. Aud., 7:30, 9:30) - Dis-
turbingly erotic tale by William Junue 25
Wyelr, based on the book by m onday CINEMA
John Fowles, tha tsome see a. Juune 23 E Af (C
a tamed-dow "Story of 0." CINEMA S~tian Ahoc the B~uailiff (C-
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descendants of French settlers,
now living in small rural com-
munities. Take a look at their
cultural nuances in The Good
Times Are Killing Me, a cine-
ma-verite documentary on
channel 56 at 9 p.m.
"
thursday
June 26
CINEMA
A Doll's House (Ann Arbor
Co-op, Aud. A, 7, 9) - A rarely
seen film that stars Jane Fonda
in the title roll of Ibsen's play.
MUSIC
Bimbo's -- Grievous Angels,
country and western, no cover
Blind Pig - Small Change,
jazz, $1.00
. Loma Linda - JB and Com-
pany, jazz, no cover
Mr. Flood's Party - Mike

Page Five
Smith and his Country Volun-
teers, $.75
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, $1.00
THE TUBE
Channel 56 often plays a very
interesting game with its view-
ers. They begin simply by
scheduling a weekly drama or
documentary. Your job is fig-
uring out exactly where they've
reshuffled the program. Re-
member: it could be later or
earlier that same evening, or
possibly, delayed for another
night. Assming, however, that
they're out of their playful
mood tonight, turn on Holly-
wood Television Theater at 9
p.m. Tonight's comedy is The
Man of Destiny, George Ber-
nard Shaw's story of young
Napoleon Bonaparte (played by
Stacy Keach) and a mysterious
woman.

Cinema Offerings
for June 27 - July 3

FRIDAY, JUNE 27
CINEMA
Vixen; Cherry, Harry and Ra-
quel (New World, Nat. Sci.
Acd., Vixen at 7, Cherry at 9)-
Hot stuff from the king-pin of
the pornos himself, Russ Meyer.
Supposedly, Meyers is a keen
social satirist who merely uses
the medium as a tool for con-
veying his personal ideologies
in the form of intellectual com-
ment. Honest. *
Modern Times (Ann Arbor
Co-op. MLB 3, 7:15, 9:15)-Si-
lent film from Charlie Chaplin
that puts in an early bite at
the "modern times" of 1936. ***
The Great Dictator (Ann Ar-
bor Co-op, MLB 4, 7, 9:30)-
Great comedy by Chaplin that
is dead on with his performance
as Hynkel, only to top it off
with a simultaneous perform-
ance as a Jewish barber who
takes over in the end. Great. ***
Jane Erye (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 7:30, 9:30)-Robert
Stevenson directed this adapta-
tion of Charlotte Bronte's novel,
starring Orson Welles and Joan
Fontaine.
Alphaville (Cinema It, Aud.
A, 7:30, 9:30)-One of Godard's
m o s t intellectually ambitious
films, Alphaville is a unique
science-fiction epic in its own
rights. Really defies descrip-
tion.***
* * *
SATURDAY, JUNE 28
CINEMA
Them (Cinema II, Aud. A,
7:30, 9:30)-Another giant kill-
er insect movie that really is
worth watching, even though the
droll scriptin gis predictably
inane. James Whitmore stars
as the cop, with James Arness
and Joan Weldon as government
man and scientist to provide the
romantic interludes. But the
giant ants are really convincing,
and make the entire film a real
picnic. **
Singin' in the Rain (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7:30, 9:30)-
Look-you either love this clas-
sic musical or you don't.

MONDAY, JUNE 30
CINEMA
What Price Glory (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Acd., 8Z) - 1926
Raoul Walsh film starring Vic-
tor McLaglen as part of the
silent film series. No admission
charge.
TUESDAY, JULY 1
CINEMA
The Tall Blond Man With One
Black Shoe (Ann Arbor Co-op,
Aud. A, 7, 9) - Cute French
comedy from Yves Robert that
doesn't pretendetosbe any more
than it is. On these grounds, it
is enjoyable to watch the poor
schmuck m u s i c i a n twisted
through the life of espionage.***
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2
CINEMA
Brief Encounter (C i n e m a
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7:30, 9:30)-
Early David Lean film proves
that, with time, Lean has finally
found his ground. It ultimately
turns out that the director is
much more comfortable filming
gigantic epics with Robert Bolt
than he is one-act plays by Noel
Coward.
* * *
THURSDAY, JULY 3
CINEMA
Performance (Ann Arbor Co-
op, And. A, 7 9) - Nicholas
(Don't Look Now) Roeg's first
film, done with Donald Cam-
mell, is a macabe blend of fan-
tasy, nightmare and realized
terror. Mick Jagger and James
Fox are the odd complements
that make up this unusual and
disturbing tale of twisted mor-
ality.
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Briarwood sponsors Monday
evening summer concert series
By BILL PERRY Maynard Ferguson is bringing
his trumpet to town for some
Stan Kenton and his special contemporary jazz on July 14,
brand of big-band jazz is going and on August 18 swing favorite
to breeze through town Monday, Woody Herman and his orches-
and he'll stop at the Briarwood tra will perform. Showtimes will
mall with his orchestra to offer be the same throughout, and all
a good sampling of his music at shows will be free of charge.
6:15 and 9:30 p.m. Each show In mentioning the series, a
should last about an hour. Briarwood promotion official

that pits family loyalty a
social dominance, ultimate
solving itself in the total
for compassion. ***
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Ann Arbo
perimental Jazz Band, $1
Golden Falcon - Dou
Soul, soul music, $1.00
Lona Linda - JB and
pony, jazz, no cover
Mr. Flood's Party -
ous Angels, country and
ern, $.75
THE TUBE
The Cajuns of Louisian

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which runs through the simmer out of is (throughout the year), COPN- L£o 1 Special -OPN
at the mall, located at S. State but right now our plans ar-
and the -94 expressway. tentative."
AT LEAST two other big For additional information on
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during the next two monds: promotion office at 761--950.
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