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about a roving band of warriors who
slaughter a boy's family and use him
as a pathfinder as they seek other
victims.
SATURDAY
Pathfinder
Mich 5:10 & 9:30 MTF
See Friday's listing.
"S" ..... "
Cinema Paradiso
Mich 7:00 MTF
See Friday's listing.
" " " "
In a Lonely Place
(Nicholas Ray, 1950)
Nat Sci 7:30/DBL CG
Humphrey Bogart is a screenwriter
who must prove his innocence when a
hatcheck girl is found brutally
murdered after visiting Bogey the
night before. Needless to say, Bogey
is pissed.
Anatomy of a Murder
(Otto Preminger, 1959)
Nat Sci 9:05/DBL CG
Jimmy Stewart is a witty defence
lawyer for a young lieutenant who
killed the man that raped his wife.
Considered daring when it came out,
it still retains its entertainment value.
""e " " " "
The Godfather, Part II
(Francis Ford Coppola, 1974)
MLB3 8:00 Med
Many consider this to be better than
the first. The focus in this film is
more on the Corleone's survival in
the real world of drugs and politics
and less on family loyalties, with cuts
to the early depression-era days of
Vito Corleone.
" " " " " "
Children of Paradise
(Marcel Carne, 1945)
MLB4 8:00 AAFC
A love story that's more about art and
love itself than the Parisian couple it
presents. A romantic's and
sophisticate's delight.
" " " "O. "
Lodz Ghetto
(K. Taverna & A. Adelson, 1989)
AudA 8:00 Hillel/JCC
A documentary about Lodz, a Polish
ghetto where over 200,000 Jews were
forced into slave labor before being
sent to death camps. Uses old
photographs, slides, aand Nazi film
footage as a part of its presentation.
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Blue Velvet
(David Lynch, 1986)
Mich 11:15 MTF
See Friday's listing.
S U N D A Y
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Lodz Ghetto
(K. Taverna & A. Adelson, 1989)
AudA 4:00&7:00
See Saturday's listing.
* .. * " "
Dreams of Hind and Camilla
(Mohamed Khan, 1989)
Lorch 7:30 CNENAS
An arabic film set in Cairo that
follows the lives and dreams of two
"Unlike other dieties, the
Goddess does not come to save
us. It is up to us to save her
- if we choose. If we so will."
STARHAWK
Power Center, 12 OCT., 7:30,
$12.00 or $8 0 s/s

servant women, Hind and Camilia,
and the daughter Hind named Ahlam,
which means dreams.
The Virgin Spring
(Ingmar Bergman, 1959)
Mich 6:30/DBL UM Dept of Comm
frMe
A medieval fable about a 14th century
religious family whose daughter is
raped and murdered by vagrants. Max
von Sydow will speak after this
showing.
Pelle the Conqueror
(Bille August, 1988)
Mich 8:15/DBL UM Dept of Comm
free
Max von Sydow stars in this
compelling story of an old man and
his grandson who must survive the
harsh life of migrant workers in
Denmark in the 1870s. Beautiful
cinematography.
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Pathfinder
Mich 11:00 MTF
See Friday's listing.
bars and clubs
The Ark
(761-1451)
Friday, Saturday: Multi-
instrumentalist and generally
fascinating performer Michael
Cooney puts on his inimitable show.
Sunday: Peter Bellamy, founder of
the sixties group "The Young
Tradition" has set the ballads of
Rudyard Kipling to unforgettable
melodies.
" " " 0""
Bird of Paradise
(662-8310)
Friday, Saturday: Carla Margolis -
jazz with the Rick Roe Trio.
" S" O S""
The Blind Pig
(996-8555)
Friday: Driven Sideways for Happy
Hour, followed later by C.J. Chenier

and the Red Hot Louisiana Band.
Saturday: The Sun Messengers.
" " " " " "
Club Heidelberg
Friday: Local fave, The Trinidad
Tripoli Steel Band. Saturday: The
interesting combination of Bitch
Magnet from North Carolina/
Kentucky and God and Texas from,
uh, Ohio.
Rick's American Cafe
Friday: Huntunes, a Rick's fave.
Saturday: Busy six-piece R&B band
from San Fransisco The Dynatones.
U-Club
(763-2236)
Saturday: Anne Be Davis, local
rockers.
furthermore
F R I D A Y
Guild House Campus Ministry and
Friends of Guild House present a
luncheon and forum discussion
featuring "A Talk on RU48B" by
Susan Gorman. at 12:00 noon.
Vegetable soup and peanut butter
sandwiches provided for $1 donation.
At the Guild House, 802 Monroe
Street. 662-5189
" 0000
The Department of Philosophy
presents a talk by Harry Frankfurt of
Princeton University titled "On the
Usefulness of Final Ends". 4:00pm in
2048 Mason Hall.. Free and open to
the public..
S* 5000 e

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S U N D A Y
Hockey fans -- Come skate with the
Wolverines. Family fun, autographs,
photographs. 12:00 noon to 2:00pm.
Yost Ice Arena. Free. 764-3483.
WAND (Womens's Action for
Nuclear Disarmament) presents a
slide talk by Lucia Ramirez, a
Salvadoran who has been imprisoned
and tortured in her own country for
her work with the poor. 8:00pm at the
First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron,
off State Street. A Salvadoran dinner
($6) will precede the talk, from 6:00
to 7:30pm. Call 761-1718 or 761-3971
for reservations. Newcomers
welcome.
Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity
present a talk by Betsy Brady, Asst.
Director of Admissions at Emory Law
School. 9:00pm Michigan League,
Henderson Rm. New members
welcome. 998-0095.
performances
F R I D A Y
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.
" " . " " "
Cross Currents Performance Troupe
present a performance at Park
Avenue Deli, 211 N. State Street.

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CONTINUOUS PERFORMJ
TIMES SHOWN ARE FOR
MR. DESTINY-
1:40 4:25 7:25 9:55 12:15

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MEMPHIS BELLE
1:15 3:20 5:15 7:30 9:45 11:50
WELCOME HOME ROXY CARMICHAEL
1:20 3:30 5:20 7:40 9:55 12:00
RAIN KILLER
3:2510:0011:55

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HENRY ANDJUNE Nett
1:25 4:05 7:10 9:45 12:15 wps
DESPERATE HOURS
1:05 5:25 7:35 11:55
MARKED FOR DEATH
1:10 3:05 5:05 7:40 9:35 11:35 rss
FANTASIA
1:30 4:15 7:20 9:50 12:10 w
STATE OF GRACE
3:00 9:40
TEXASVILLE
1:05 5:10 7:30
PACIFIC HEIGHTS
1:15 3:15 5:25 7:35 9:40 11:50 ,ersses
GOODFELLAS
1:00 4:00 7:15 10:10 ros
POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE
1:00 3:00 5:00 7:15 9:20 11:30
THE WITCHES PG
1:10 5:10 MLIT.sa
FLATLINERS
2:557:4510:051210
PRESUMED INNOCENT
1:35 4:20 7:25 10:00 12:20
THE JUNGLE BOOK
1:15 *Aau~M
GHOST : : :
1:30 4:10 7:20 9:50 12:20 1

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