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to be a wannabe grand-scale
kleptomaniac.
RagingBul
(Martin Scorsese, 1980)
AudA 7pm & 9:30 CG
This film wound up on everybody's
"best of you-fill-in-the-blank list," for
its moving story of prizefighter Jake
LaMotta (Robert DeNiro).
Blade Runner
(Ridley Scott, 1982)
Hillel 8:30 & 10:45 HSC
In 21st century L.A., four genetically
engineered killers called Replicants
stalk the streets, invulnerable to
conventional defenses. Harrison Ford
stars as a Replicant exterminator in a
visually stunning and gruelling sci-fi
thriller. You'll never crack your
knuckles again. With Rutger Hauer,
Darryl Hannah, and Sean Young.
Stop Making Sense
(Jonathon Demme, 1984)
Mich 11pm MTF
See Friday's listing.
S U N D A Y
Silent Film Society: Mary &
Doug Jubilee
(Various directors)
Sheraton Inn Amphitheater 3pm
SFS
Three film's from the heyday of
Hollywood's most celebrated couple,
Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks
(they named their home "Pickfair" -
get it?): The New York Hat (1912),
Stella Maris (1918), and Wild and
Wooy N(1917).
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

(Steven Barron, 1990)
Mich 5pm MTF
Buy the cereal, chew the gum, see
the movie.
* * * *..
Dick Tracy,
(Warren Beatty, 1990)
Mich 6:55 MTF
See listing for Friday.
M
(Fritz Lang, 1931)
AudA 7pm FVS free
It's a harrowing melodrama about a
psychotic child murderer brought to
justice by Berlin underworld with
German Expressionist roots.
Frighteningly contemporary, it's
cinematically dazzling for its time.
Lorre is the incarnation of evil in the
role that launched his place in the
world's nightmares.
*"*"*"*! "*
Puppeteer
(Hani Lachine, 1989)
Lorch 7:30 CNENAS
Puppeteer marks the return of Omar
Sharif to the Egyptian film industry.
He's an aging puppeteer who
believes himself an artist with a
message to convey. In Arabic with
English Subtitles. Sponsored by the
Center for Near Eastern and North
African Studies.
" " " . . .
The Unbelievable Truth
(Hal Hartley, 1990)
Mich 9pm MTF
See Friday's listing.
bars and clubs
The Ark
(761-1451)
Friday: RFD Boys-kickass bluegrass

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from several talented U-M alumni.
Saturday: Frank Morgan Duo-
former Duke Ellington sideman
Morgan plays two shows, at 8 and 10.
Sunday: Rare Air-A brilliant fusion
of the traditional and the new; Celtic
rock worth seeing. s
e.g..
Bird of Paradise
(662-8310)
Friday, Saturday: Paul Vornhagen
Quintet-Ann Arbor saxophonist and
four co-conspirators.
The Blind Pig
(996-8555)
Friday: The Dead Milkmen-The
band that only eats hippies. Saturday:
The Difference-Of Warholian 15-
minute MTV fame.
Club Heidelberg
Friday: Frank Allison and the Odd
Sox-He looks like a muppet, he
rocks like a star. Saturday: Juice --
Local rockers. With Jugglers and
Thieves.
e*g*..
Rick's American Cafe
Friday: Matt "Guitar" Murphy-This
guy has a real past, but you probably
only know him from "The Blues
Brothers." Saturday: Joanna Connor-
Local jazz performer.
U-Club
(763-2236)
Saturday: Assembly Required-
Rock'n'rollers.
furthermore
F R I D A Y
Guild House Campus Ministry and
Friends of Guild House present a
luncheon and forum discussion
featuring Milu Vargas, attorney and
member of the Nicaraguan National
Assembly at 12:00 noon. Vegetable
soup and peanut butter sandwiches
provided for $1 donation. At the
Guild House, 802 Monroe Street.
662-5189
......
Progressive Zionist Caucus sponsors a
Kabbalat/Oneg Shabbat and Dinner
in Sukka. 5:30 p.m. at Minnie's Co-
Op, 307 N. State.
S U N D A Y
* *g* *ge *
CROP Walk for Hunger, beginning at
First Presbyrterian Church, 1432
Washtenaw Avenue at 1:30 p.m.
Funds raised will go to projects both
local and international. 663-1870
performances
F R I D A Y
".*i .
Allen Ginsburg, Jim Carroll, and John
Sinclair & his Blues Scholars-one of

the formost literary figures of our
time, the guy who sang "People Who
Died" (and wrote a lot, too), and the
founder of the White Panther Party,
together in what promises to be an
event well worth seeing. 8 p.m.,
Power Center, $12.50; 763-TKTS.
"* . . .
Ah, Wildernessi by Eugene
O'Neill-a boy is torn between two
women in a small town in the early
1900s. 8 p.m., Ann Arbor Civic
Theatre, 1035 S. Main, $6, 662-7282.
" ." . . .
Mass Appeal-a play about priests.
Presented by Basement Arts. 5 p.m.,
Arena Theatre, Fieze Building,
FREE. 764-5350.
S. ....
Drag-musical comedy about a
troupe of female impersonators. 8 &
11 p.m., Performance Network, 408
W. Washington. $9 ($7 students and
seniors, $6 groups), 663-0681.
e .g.!.".".
Dance-Jam--Dancing without shoes,
alcohol, or smoke. An alternative to
the nightclub scene. 10:00 p.m.,
People Dancing Studio, Performance
Network, 763-8402.
Night of Fusion-Jazz/ballet fusion
from choreographer Judy Austen. 8
p.m., Mendelssohn Theatre, $9, $7.50
($5 students, $2 children), 995-4242.
. . . ...i.
Harpsichord Recital-Featuring
Carolynn Lipp, 8 p.m., Kraft Center
for the Arts, Concordia College,
FREE. 995-7300
Symphony Band and Concert Band-
With compositions by Milhaud, Husa,
and Barber, FREE. 763-4726.
Cabaret-A special benefit to pay off
the Ian on the Concert House's
Steinway. With songs composed by
Sheldon Harnick, Cole Porter, Steven
Sondheim, and others. 8 p.m.,
Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N.
Fourth, $15, $20, 769-2999.
S A T U R D A Y
Ah, Wilderness - see Friday.
*S*.. * * *
Mass Appeal -see Friday.
* * *.*.*.*
Drag -see Friday.
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Night of Fusion - see Friday.
Cabaret -see Friday.
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