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Friday, June 18, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, June 18, 1976 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

flappenings (continued)

(Conunued from Page 6)
Guild, Arch. Aud., 8 only) -
Buster Keaton plays a movie
projectionist who daydreams
his way into various roles in
the films he is showing, with
comic results. FREE admis-
sion.
MUSIC -
Mr. Flood's Party - Aging
Children, Folk, no cover.
Second Chance - Chopper,
Rock, $1.00 students, $1.50 non-
students.
Monday
JUNE 21
CINEMA
Shoot the Piano Player -
Ann Arbor Film Co-op, MLB 3,
7 & 10) - A most untypically
free-flung effort by Francois
Truffaut about a downtrodden
pianist battling nameless gang-
sters. A neo-absurdist tragi-
comedy that is lyrical but at the
same time bitingly unsentimen-
tal, and considerably more

compelling than Truffaut's us-
ual marshmallows. ****
Loves of a Blond - (Ann Ar-
bor Film Co-op, MLB 3, 8:30
only) - 1965 Czech' film that
first brought director Milos
Forman (Cuckoo's Nest) to pro-
minence, depicting a disillusion-
ing first love. Never seen by
this critic, but was made dur-
ing the wonderous, brief flow-
ering of the Czech cinema (1961-
68), and is likely worth seeing.
- MUSIC
Second Chance - Pez Band,
Rock, $1.00 students, $1.50 non-
students.
Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Red, Piano Blues, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Eric
Glatz, Folk, no cover.
Pine Knob - Fleetwood Mac,
$7.50 and $5.00.
Tuesday
JUNE 22
CINEMA
The Seven Samurai - (Ann

Arbor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud.
A, 7:30 only) - The uncut ver-
sion of Kurosawa's famous epic
of seven Samurai Warriors sav-
ing a small village from tyran-
nical bandits. Probably the best
action film ever made. ****
MUSIC
Pine Knob - Fleetwood Mac,
$7.50 and $5.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Gemini,.
Folk, no cover.
Second Chance-After Hours,
Rock, $1.00 students, $1.50 non-
students.
Wednesday
JUNE 23
CINEMA
Swastika - (Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, Ang. Aud. A, 7 & 9) -
A recently - released documen-
tary of Nazi Germany, contain-
ing a great deal of previously
unseen film footage including
home movies of Adolph and
Eva. For buffs of the period,
probably essential viewing.
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Larry Mander-
ville, Jazz, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Stony
Creek, Bluegrass, 75c.
Second Chance - Masquer-
ade, Rock, 50c students, $1.50
non-students.
Pine Knob - Neil Young and
Stephen Stills, $8.50 and $6.00.
Thursday
JUNE 24
CINEMA
Return of the Pink Panther-
(Peoples' Bicentennial Com-
mission, MLB, 7 & 9) - Recent
sequel to Peter Sellers' famous
Inspector Clousseau films of
more than a decade ago. An
accurate re-assemblage with all
the laughs intact, but somehow
the whole enterprise seems out
of time and place against the
backdrop of the post-Vietnam,
post - Watergate, post - assas-
sination age. Sellers tries hard,
but the film comes on as noth-
ing so much as a desperate,
yearning museum piece. *
Easy Rider - (Ann Arbor
Film Co-op, Ang. Aud. A, 7 &
10:30) - The Counterculture's
original cinematic battle cry
seems more a strange, wispy
anachronism with each passing
year (did people really act like
that then?) Interesting today

only for Jack Nicholson's per-
formance and for nostalgia pur-
poses.**
The King of Marvin Gardens
- (Ann Arbor Film Co-op, Ang.
Astd. A, 9 only) - Ever get the
feeling Jack Nicholson is incap-
able of playing anything but the
same basic wise - guy? Well,
it's a bum rap; his eloquent
interpretation here of a brainy,
introverted radio commentator
should have dispelled such ru-
mors forever, but unfortunately
didn't (hardly anyone saw the
film), and it's a shame he
doesn't get more opportunities

to display his unexpectedly
awesome versitivly.
music
Second Chance - Masquer-
ade, Rock, $1.00 students $1.50
non-students.
Mr. Flood's Party - Red
Mountain String Band, Country,
75c.
Pine Knob - Neil Young and
Stephen Stills, $8.50 and $6.00.
The first official American
flag, the Continental or Grand
Union flag, was displayed on
Prospect Hill, Jan. 1, 1776, in
the American lines besieging
Boston.

the f aror' C
TONIGHT in Air Conditioned MLB
MLB 4-7 Only
INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
(Don Siegel, 1956)
Based on a story by Jack Finney. this stands as one W ltle
oreat sci-fi horror films of a lltime. Made amidsti i
of the McCarthy Era, the filn picks up the politicl tflii sof
the time and0 paroies them by having aliens slowly tate co,-
trol of the earth. No one knows who's real and whosnot, and the
paranoia runs rampant from there. Kevin McCartiy, Dana
wynter.
PETER BOGDANOVICH'S (before Cvbill 1968
TARGETS MLB 4-9 only
In 1908, Roger Corman told young film buff Bodanovich tit hae
could direct a film under three conditions: it must cost less
than $125,000; a part mastibe found for Boris Karloff, who owed
Corman two days of shootting;and use must be made of l1
minutes of an old Karloff film already shot. In spite of (because
of?) these restrictions, Bogandovich respondted with a tight,
beautifuly realized thriler, based on Charles whitman's 13-
death rampage from the University of Texas tower. withh Kar-
lof's last great performance, TARGETS is a movie for movie
lovers from i movie lover.
AND
PAPER MOON MLB 3-7 & 9
(Peter Boodonovich, 1973)
uogdanovicb's best film. Ryan O'Neill plays Moses Pray, a
Bible-selling con man and Tatum O'Neill plays Addie, who
teams up with Moses and turns out to be a far better con.
artist. The Academy Award won by Tatum 0 and the acclaim
accorded Madeline Kahn overshadowed the fact that Ryan
O'Neill turned in a very fine and convincing performance. Shot
in beauttifi black and white.
$1.25 OR DOUBLE FEATURE $2.00
MONDAY, JUNE 21-MLB 3-7 & 10
FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT'S
SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER
AND
Milos Foreman's (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest)
LOVER OF A BLONDE-7:30 only
U -
DAILY EARLY BIRD MATINEES -- Adults $1 oo
"OWs aNoOAT, a..Ti ..-M. sUa. os.i11o sToio . 3.M -
STUDENT DISCOUNTS(Ec.Fr. & Sat..Eves.)

ENDS TUESDAY
1, 10:15, 1:00, 3:45, 6.30,9 15

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ROSALIND RUSSELL & FRED MACMURRAY in 1942
TAKE A LETTER, DARLING
A woman advertising executive hires a male secretary. Soon business and
romantic relationships are hopelessly tangled in this deft and witty farce.
Russell and MacMurray play off each other beautifully in the tradition of
the best American sophisticated comedies.
SAT: James Dean, Rock Hudson & Liz Taylor in GIANT
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD
GILLO PONTECORVO'S
BATTLE OF ALGIERS
One of the finest screen dramatizations of socio-politicol upheaval. This
film documents the Algerian revolt against its French Colonists, while also
being a compelling cinematic masterpiece and experience.
SAT. NIGHT: LUCIA
CINEMA { TONIGHT AT ANGELL HALL AUD. "A"
7:30 & 9:40 ADM. $1.25

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