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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 18, 1976

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, June 18, 1976

"..I - , THE ENTERTAINMENT
STARTS TONIGHT I
SHOWS AT 7:00 & 9:00
C > ode u -aJ'. (nOtN . -45
The greatest entertainment since
"That's Entertainment!"
i~ ~r

STARTS TONIGHT
P% a I A I COMPLETE
SHOWING AT 7:00
OPEN 6:45
EAST MEETS WEST
In One of the Most Bizarre
Spectacles Ever Filmed
The Fastest Gun In The West Joins With
The Most
Brutal
Hands In
" The Et
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M NiM PRENSENIS
FRED ASTAIRE GENE KELLY
I THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT, PART 2
Nar toot Women i, IINNAS LRSNE -Addiional ,\Iu N Arranged&ConduedBy NNL.SON RI 11
New m . In- , liN ( ,NEI KI Y h oducrdBy SAIL.CIA'IiNandDANILI. 511AICK
G GENERAL AUDIENCES 'inIH' IwIN INN MM a s
.. ooo United Artists

Happenings
Continued from Page b)
mately successful struggle for
independence against French
rule. One - sided but brilliant
cinema."****
Take a Letter, Darling -
(Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud.,
7:30 & 9:35) - Comedy involv-
ing the reversal of male-fe-
male job roles, with Rosalind
Russell and Fred MacMurray.
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Larry Mander-
ville, Jazz, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Country
Folk, Country, $1.50.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, $1.00 if you purchase
dinner, $1.50 otherwise.
Second Chance - Chopper,
Rock, $2.00 students, $2.50 non-
students
Saturday
JUNE 19
CINEMA
Giant - (Cinema Guild,
Arch Aud., 8 only) - George
Stevens' sprawling, generation-
spanning Texas saga is prob-
ably the most epic-scale soap
opera ever concocted, and is
redeemed solely by James
Dean's last performance. Giant
is one of the best examples of
the increasing maturity of
films and their audiences:
Twenty years ago, the picture
was hailed as moviemaking su-
preme, but is generally recog-
nized today as the piece of lard
is always was. But then there
is Dean - his amazing evolu-
tion in Giant from poor cow-
hand to tyrannical oil baron dis-
pelled fr all time the notion
that'his*range was limited to
alienated teenager parts. But
he's only in about a third or
so of the film; the anguished
viewer is forced to sit through
the endless boring domesticities
of cattleman Rock Hudson and
Maryland belle Liz Taylor, pa-
tiently waiting for those few
magic scenes when Dean's gen-
ius brings the whole dreary
mess to life. In a negative
sense, Giant couldn't be a more
appropriate tribute to a single
actor's ability, and should be
seen for that reason alone -
but it will be a maddening or-
deal for the viewer. ***
Lucia - (Cinema II, Ang.
And. A, 7:30 & 10:10 - A 1972
Mexican film which depicts,
through three dramatic epi-
sodes, Cuba's evolution from
Colonialism to the present day.
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Larry Mander-
ville, Jazz, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Country
Folk, Country, $1.50.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
Bluegrass, $1.00 if you pur-
chase dinner, $1.50 otherwise.
Second Chance - Chopper,
Rock, $2.00 students, $2.50 non-
students.
Sunday
JUNE 20
CINEMA
Sherlock, Jr. - (Cinema
See HAPPENINGS, Page 7
STUDENT
BIKE SHOP
6Q7 S. FOREST
662-6986
ONE DAY
REPAIR

SERVICE
ON ANY
BICYCLE

L jj |E | - A WALTER MIRISCH PRODUCTION
GUEST STARS CHARLTON HESTON HENRY FONDA
JAMES COBURN -'GLENN FORD'- HAL HOLBROOK - TOSHIRO MIFUNE'- ROBERT MITCHUM -'CLIFF ROBERTSON
ROBERT WAGNER aSL 0STARRING ROBERTWEBBER- EDNELSON JAMESSHIGETA CHRISTINAKOKUBOandEDWARDALBERT
WRIT TEvNBY -C--DRETDBy POUCDB
DONALD S. SANFORD' -JOHN WILLIAMS' JACK SMIGHT 'WALTER MIRISCH wiNcuco O5ERN5L PItANUR
STARTS TONIGHT -THRILLING WW 11
ACTION THAT WILL SHAKE YOU UP!
SHOWS TONIGHT AT 7:00 and 9:15 OPEN AT 6:45

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