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ANN ARBOR THEATER
210 S. 5th; 761-9700
BROADWAY DANNY ROSE
Woody Allen is back with Mia Farrow, New York,
Insecurities, and even some loosely organized
crime; who would ask for more?
SUDDEN IMPACT
Clint Eastwood is back again as (no, not an
aspiring ballerina) that machoest of men Dirty
Harry. "So goeth then ahead, and make mee daye:"
Chaucer.
TERMSOF ENDEARMENT
A widow (Shirley MacLaine), tries to settle some
of the confusing points of a mother/daughter
relationship with her daughter (Debra Winger).
MOVIES AT BRIARWOOD

THE DRESSER
A critically appealing drama turns around a pair
of actors wrestling to interpret Shakespeare. Oc-
casionally very intense.
EDUCATING RITA
No, not nearly as steamy as it sounds. Actually an
entertaining story of a woman in the throws of
education.
FOOTLOOSE
A modern cultural thing viviantly expressing
American youth's predilection for freedom. A
possible successor to Flashdance.
HARRY AND SON.
Paul Newman (girls sigh) returns to star in,
direct, co-produce, and co-write this potentially ap-
pealing melodrama. Robby Benson co-stars.
SILKWOOD
Karen Silkwood discovers disturbing things about
her plutonium plant. When she attempts to expose
them, she mysteriously dies in a car accident.

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BLAME-IT O N RIO
Siskel blamed the director, though Ehbart felt the
end of this seductive flirt-flick justified the means.
But who knows where their thumbs have been,
anyways.
FOX-VILLAGE THEATER
Maple Village; 769-1300
ANGEL
High school honor student by day, happy hooker at
night: oh, that ubiquitous angel. Not recommended
role-model material.
GORKY PARK
Can a jaded Russian agent detective save Russia
and the girl he loves from an international smuggling
scheme?
RETURN OF THE JEDI
Third in a series of space-age flicks that combine
action, amusing scenarios and charismatic charac-
ters in an enjoyable, albeit mindless, movie.

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22nd ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL
The weekend highlight presents 16mm indepen-
dent films in all their glory. All genres from
animated to narrative to documentary will be
represented, and the spread in quality will probably
be almost as wide. Be sure to see at least one of the
preliminary rounds. Each of them is different, and
the best will be shown again on Winner's Night Sun-
day. (Cinema Guild; Michigan Theatre, 7:00, 9:00,
11:00)
BURDEN OF DREAMS (Les Blanc)
All about the making of Fitzcarroldo, which will be
shown immediately afterward. The story behind that
film is such a great one that many think this is better,
(Alternative Action; MLB 3,7:00)
FITZCARROLDO (Werner Herzog, 1982)
Herzog probably went a little crazy filming this
epic set in the Amazon, which deals with a man's
wish to provide the rain forest with an opera house.
(Alternative Action; MLB 3,9:00)
THE ROAD WARRIOR (George Miller, 1982)
Mel gibson reprises his role of Mad Max in another
post-nuclear holocaust film set in the Australian out-
back. Gibson gets caught in the crossfire between
survivors and outlaws. Surprisingly well-received by
critics. (Ann Arbor Film Coop; Aud. A, 7:00, 10:20)
MAD MAX (George Miller, 1980)
Mel Gibson in his first action-packed movie about a
post-holocaust Australia where you have to keep a
careful eye out for some very violence-prone sur-
vivors. (Ann Arbor Film Coop; Aud. A, 8:40)
ALL THAT JAZZ (Bob Fosse, 1979)
Fosse made a very personal film-about an ob-
sessed director who likes pills and dying. The ap-
proving tone with which death is viewed makes the
film difficult to like, but the fine technical end makes
the film difficult to ignore. Draw your own con-
tlusions. (Mediatrics; MLB 4,7:00,9:15)
THE STING (George Roy Hill, 1973)
"The Entertainer" is the perfect title song for this
look at two con men (Robert Redford and Paul
Newman) who decide to make one big con for
revenge, because the film is so entertaining. This
Best Picture is just a pleasant way to spend an
evening. (Cinema 2; Lorch Hall, 7:00,9:20)

from biblical times on. Elizabeth Taylor also
provides some narration. (Hill Street Cinema; 1429
Hill, 7:30, 9:30)
MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (Terry
Gilliam & Terry Jones, 1975)
Not the funniest work by the British comedy
troupe, but the unusual look at the Camelot legends is
plenty funny all the same. The opening credits are
probably the highlight. (Alternative Action; MLB 3,
7:00,8:45,10:30)
PINK PANTHER CARTOONS
A few of the animated cartoons featuring that
devilishly cute panther precede the live action
movies with Peter Sellers. (mediatrics; MLB 4, 7:00,
9:00)
A SHOT IN THE DARK (Blake Edwards, 1964)
The second Pink Panther movie stars Peter Sellers
as the hilariously inept Inspector Closeau. Elke
Summer is wonderful as the French maid he encoun-
ters in his bumbles through Paris. (Mediatrics; MLB
4,7:15)
THE RETURN OF THE PINK PANTHER (Blake
Edwards, 1975)
The Pink Panther crew returns after an 11-year
absence. Peter Sellers plays Closeau. Herbert Lom
and Bert Kwouk are on hand in their usual suppor-
ting roles as well as Christopher Plummer.
(Mediatrics; MLB 4,9:15)
TRADING PLACES (John Landis, 1983)
Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd get mixed in with a
bet on nature vs. nurture, and then decide to get
some revenge. The stuff is funny. (Cinema 2; Lorch
Hall, 7:00,9:00)
DR. NO (Terence Young, 1962)
Sean Connery inthe very first James Bond movie.
He heads to Jamaica and finds Ursula Andress, and
they battle the evil Dr. No. A pleasure to watch, like
most every Bond movie. (Ann Arbor Film Coop;
Aud. A,7:00)
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (Terence Young, 1963)
Connery plays Bond for the second time. One of the
worst title songs, but just about everything else is
top-notch Bond, as he has to escort some top-secret
something to freedom. If only it wasn't a trap. (Ann
Arbor Film Coop; Aud. A, 9:00)

TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (Howard Hawks, 1944)
Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart, with Bacall
making her screen debut. The story is from a
Hemingway novel about war-time intrigue on the
high seas. (Classic Film Theatre; Michigan Theatre,
7:00)
THE BIG SLEEP (Howard Hawks, 1946)
Bogart plays Phillip Marlowe. Lauren Bacall plays
the pretty lady with a deep dark secret. One of the
classic detective films, from a Raymond Chandler
story. (Classic Film Theatre; Michigan Theatre,
9:05)

COUSIN, COUSINE (Jean-Charles Tacchella, 1975)
Female cousin and male cousin meet when a
marriage takes place, and they start to fall in love.
Alas, the families do not approve. French with sub-
titles. (Classic Film Theatre; Michigan Theatre,
7:00)
MURMUR OF THE HEART (Louis Malle, 1971)
The director of Atlantic City concludes a double-
feature about interfamilial love. This time, a woman
is attracted to her teen age son. French with sub-
titles. (Classic Film Theatre; Michigan Theater,
9:00)
A SEPARATE PEACE (LArry Peerce, 1972)
Roommates in prep school at the beginning of
WWII. One of them gets jealous of the other, and does
something nasty. From the novel by John Knowles.
(Hill Street Cinema; 1429 Hill, 7:00,9:00)
A BRIEF VACATION (Vittorio de Sica,1975)
The last film by the famed Italian director of The
Bicycle Thief looks at the relativity of things in life
For a poor working class woman, being sent to a
sanitorium after contacting TB is a vacation com-
pared to life's regular drudgeries. (Ann Arbor Film
Coop; Lorch Hall,7:00, 9:00)
THE HUSTLER (Robert Rossen. 196
Paul Newman challenges Minnesota Fats (played
by Jackie Gleason) to a little pool. George C. Scott
joins in the pool hall festivities. (cinema 2; MLB 3,
7:00)
THE DIRTY DOZEN (Robert Aldrich, 1967)
The great grandfather of Uncommon Valor. Lee
Marvin leads a crew of macho men in a mission
behind German lines. The cast of killers includes
Charles Bronson, Ernest Borgnine, Telly Savalas,
and John Cassavetes, (Cinema 2; MLB 3, 9:25)

22nd ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL
Winner's night. See Friday's listing. (Cinema
Guild; Michigan Theater, 7:00,9:00,11:00)

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THE GIVEN WORD (Anselmo Duarte, 1962)
A man with actual religious faith tries to fulfill a
vow,-and the Church seems not to be ,interested,
worrying more about public relations. Portuguese
with subtitles. (Ann Arbor Film Coop and a host of
University departments; MLB 1, 8:00, FREE)
THRONE OF BLOOD (Akira Kurosawa, 1957)
Like all good Kurosawa films, this one stars
Toshiro Mifune. It is a Japanese version of MacBeth
and comes complete with its very own subtitles.
(Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00, FREE)

22nd ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL
See Friday's listing. (Cinema Guild, Michigan
Theater, 1:0OFREE, 7:00,9:00)
GENOCIDE (Arnold Schwartzmar, 1982)
Orson Welles narrates the rise of Nazism to climax
an Academy Award-winning look at Anti-Semitism

GEORGE KUCHAR: THE COMEDY OF THE UN-
DERGROUND (David Hallinger, 1982)
Kuchar is an underground filmmaker who liked to
parody B movies. This documentary about him in-

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