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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 14, 1976

Page Six ~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 14, 1976

Happenings
(Continued from Page 5)
Before the Revolution & The
Spider Stratagem - (Ann Ar-
bor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud. A.,
Revolution at 7, Stratagem at
9) - A pair of relatively un-
known films by Bernardo Berto-
lucci (Last Tango in Paris.)
I'm not very familiar with eith-
er offering, but their dates in-
termingle with both The Con-
formist - one of the most bril-
liant motion pictures ever made

- a n d Partner, conceivably
the most utterly non-cinematic
venture this side of Andy War-
hol. It's up to you to take a
chance, folks.
BARS
Mr. Flood's Party - Gemini,
9:30, no cover
Chances Are - Masquerade,
9, $1.00
Rubaiyat - Disco, 9, no cov-
er
wednesday
MAY 19

CINEMA
Distant Thunder - (People's
Bicentennial Commission, MLB,
7 & 9) - Savajit Ray film
about a Bengal family in India
during World War II. A 1964
film just recently released in
this country, and said to be
quite good.
BARS
Mr. Flood's Party - Stoney
Creek, 9:30, 75c
Blind Pig - Larry Mander-
ville and Friends, 9:30, $1.00
Chances Are - Willie & the
Bumble Bees, 9, $1.00

thursday
MAY 20
CINEMA
The Circus - (Ann Arbor
Film Co-op, Ang. Aud. A., 7 &
9)-Feature-length Chaplin film
about a downtrodden soul so
unintentionally f u n n y that
it wins him a place in a circus
clown act. This picture was al-
most totally ignored until the
last six or seven years, but cer-
tainly ranks among Chaplin's
very best. ****
Every Man for Himself
and God Against All - (Ann
Arbor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud.

sta 231 south HELD OVER!
AT Second Terrifying Week
SHOWS TONIGHT at 7:00 & 9:00
TheatreI Phone 661:4#4 OPEN 6:45
The State Theater will not be held responsible
for any demonic possessions occuring before,
during or after viewing this film.

0 From Wamer Bros.
STARTS TONIGHT
SHOWS AT 7:00 &69:00
_____OPEN at 6:45
The motion picture that does for camping in the
woods what "Jaws" did for swimming in the
ocean. Jaws with claws!

114 s. university HELD OVER!
SA MPUS 6th SMASH WEEK!
SHOWS TONIGHT at 7.00 & 9:00
Theare Pone668-416 OPEN at 6:45
Grand entertainment in the g r an d tradition.
Alfred Hitchcock has led us back to the grand
old days of mystery-suspense ... You are in the
hands of the master, and those hands have not
lost their touch."-Judith Crist
From the ~
devious mind of
Alfred Hitchcock,
a diabolically
- entertaining
motion picture-
ALFRED HITC~cOCK'S
KAREN BLACK.- BRUCE DERN- BARBARA HARRIS
WILLIAM DEVANE Y - HN WILLIAMS. ERNEST WiMAN
._,_ _ Il RAI" E NIR) PATTERN"' VIClUR CANNING
. sirARED K UICOCK-AUNS WS P M la5\MT:Ha*
" " y STARTS TONIGHT
C jA First Area Showing
SHOWS AT 7:00 & 9:00
T r Pn 65- 9OPEN at 6:45
SEE IT WITH SOMEONE YOU LOVE.
Jan Kadar film about one family's
joys and sOTOws and a
love all families
will want to
share.
.t

A., 7 & 9) - Film by German
director Werner Herzog about
a nameless, pastless man who
simply appears in 19th-Century
Germany, then wanders about
surveying a surrealist pageant
of the darkness of man's heart
(Herzog employed an actual
mental patient as his strange
protagonist). The film has been
the recipient of wildly varying
critical responses, but TIME'S
Jay Cocks loathes it - which
may be the best recommenda-
tion for it available.
BARS
Mr. Flood's Party - Mike
Smith and His Country Volun-
teers, 9:30, 75c
Golden Falcon - Silvertones,
9, $1.00
Chances Are - Wilie & the
Bumble Bees, 9, $.00
"
friday
MAY 21
CINEMA
No Man of Her Own - (Cine-
ma Guild, Arch. Aud., 7:30 &
9:35) - A rather negligible
1932 comedy, noteworthy only
as the lone team-up of Clark
Gable and Carole Lombard in
a film. They've both done
much better, separately. **
The Adventures of Robin
Hood - (Ann Arbor Film Co-
op, MLB 3, 7 & 9 - Splashy,
exciting '50's version of the
hero of Sherwood Forest.
The Confession - (Ann Ar-
bor Film Co-op, MLB 4, 7 only)
- An absolutely wrenching
drama by Costa Garvras (Z),
about the efforts of interroga-
tors to force a Czechoslovokian
Communist official (Yves Mon-
tand) to recant his sins during
the Czech purge of the late
'40's. Brutally unrelenting as a
study in brainwashing, The
Confession is also the tragedy
of a committed idealist de-
stroyed by the very system he
helped create. A rough film
for audiences to take, but none-
less the best bet of the week
The Conformist - (Ann Arbor
Film Co-op, MLB 4, 9:30 only)
- A young Italian joins Mus-
solini's secret police in order
to gain a feeling of emotional
solidity in an increasingly un-
stable society. The film's pre-
vailing theory that moral per-
version led to the political in-
sanity of the time may be
questioned, but Bernardo Ber-
tolucci's directorial abilities
are so awesome that they to-
tally envelop any thematic
shortcomings that may exist. A
preverse and brilliant film. ****
The Killing of a Chinese
Bookie - (Cinema I1, Ang.
Aud. A, 7:30 & 9:45) - Ann
Arbor premiere of John Cassa-
vetes' latest film, with Ben
Gazzara.
BARS
Mr. Flood's Party - Silver-
tones, 9:30, $1.00
Bimbo's - The Gaslighters,
6, 50c
Blind Pig - Street Fiction,
9:30 $1.00
Golden Falcon - Melidioso,
9, $1.00
Rubaiyat - Open Road, 9:30,
no cover
Chances Are - Willie & the
Bumble Bees, 9, $1.00
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
9:30, $1.50
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hair care products.
We hove them ol.

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