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Detroit Film Theatre, Detroit Institute of Arts, 832-2730: 1017, "A Page of Madness," Japanese (at Rackham Hall); 1018, "A Face n the Crowd," Elia Kazan; 1019, "The Phoenix Story," Phil Karlson; 1024, "The Hour of the Fumaces," Argentinian; 1025, ''Gun Crazy," Joseph Lewis. Cass City Cinema, First Unitarian Church, S.W. córner of Cass & Forest (red door on Forest) 8 & 10pm $1.50: 1024 & 25: "Juliet of the Spirits," Federico Fellini. Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, Museum Lecture Hall, 500 Lone Pine Rd., Bloomfield Hills, 645-3312: 7:30pm, $3.00; 1022 "La Strada," Federico Fellini; 1029, "Nights of Cabiria," Federico Fellini. AIMN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Coop, Aud. A, Angelí Hall, UofM, 665-8220: 1015, "Les Enfants Terrible" (Jean Pierre Melville). 1016, "Contempt" (Jean-Luc Godard). 1017, "Sleeper" & ''Casino Royale" (Woody Alien). 1021, "The 400 Blows" (Francois Trauffaut). 1022, "A Touch of Class" (Meivin Frank). 1023, "The Birds" (Alfred Hitchcock). 1028, "Love & Anarchy" (Lina Wertmuller). 1029, "The Killing" & "Dr. Strangelove, or How to Stop Worrying & Love the Bomb." (Stanley Kubrick). 1030, "A Clockwork Orange" (Stanley Kubrick). Cinema II, Ai.gell Hall, Aud. A, UofM, 7641817: 1017& 18, "The Passenger" (Michelangelo Antonioni). 1019, "The Eclipse" (M. Antonioni). 1024&25, "California Split" (Robert Altman). 1026, "Nothing But A Man" (Michael Roemer & Robert Young). 1031, "Testament of Dr. Cordelier" (Jean Renoir). 111, "The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir (Jean Renoir). Cinema Guild, Oíd Architecture Aud., UofM, 662-8871: 1015, "Hour of the Wolf" (Ingmar Bergman) & "The Last Hunt" (Richard Brooks). 1016, "The Prince & the Showgirl" (Lawrence Olivier) w Marilyn Monroe. 1017, "Bus Stop" (Joshua Logan). 1018, "Some Like It Hot" (Billy Wilder). 1019, "The Misfits" (John Huston). 1021, "The Raven" (Henri & Georges Clouzot). 1022, "Steamboat Round the Bend" (John Ford) & "The Phenix City Story" (Phil Karlson). 1023, "You're a Big Boy Now" (Francis Ford Coppola). 1024, "Alexander Nevesky" (Sergei Eisenstein). 1025, "The DeCameron" (Pier Raolo PasolinO. 1026, "Lancelot Du Lac" (Robert Bresson). 1028 "Hunchback of Notre Dame (William Dieterle) & "Buchanan Rides Alone" (Bud Boetticher). 1029, "Hunchback of Notre Dame" & "Fury" (Fritz Long). 1030, "Pandora's Box" (G.W. Pabst) & "Dead of Night" (Robert Hamer). 1031, "Secret Agent" (Alfred Hitchcock). 111, "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (Frank Capra). New World Film Coop, Natural Science Aud. or MLB, UofM, 761-9855: 1016, "Day for Night" (Truffaut); 1019, "Lady Sings the Blues" w Diana Ross; 1023 "Cries & Whispers" (Bergman); 1026, "Paper Moon" (Bogdonovitch); 1030, "Marijuana: Weed with Roots in Heil" plus three Betty Boop cartoons. Matrix Theatre, 605 E. William, 994-0627: 1013-15, "Adam's Rib"; 1016-19 "Last Detail" w Jack Nicholson; 1020-21, "l'm No Angel" w Mae West & Cary Grant; 1022, "The Conformist" (Bertolucci's); lp23-26, Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse Five"; 1027-29 Ken Kesey's "Sometimes A Great Notion w Paul Newman. Lee Remick & Henry Fonda; 1030-112, "Cabaret." UACMediatrics, Natural Science Aud. UofM 763-1107: 1017-18, "The Great Gatsby." 1024-25, "Fritz the Cat." 1030, "The Birds." (Alfred Hitchcock). 1031, "The Haunting" (Hitchcock). 111 "Frenzy" (Hitchcock). Inmate Project of Project Community Film Series, Aud. C, Angelí Hall, UofM. 7:30pm: 1021 "Titticut Follies" (documentary about life behind the walls of a state pnson hospital) & "Voices Inside" (exposé on the penal system depicting conditions in the nation's prisons; 1028, "Attica" by Cindy Firestone (documentary footage of Attica rebellion). UACShakespeare, Natural Science Aud., A&D, UofM, 763-1107: 1020, Laurence Olivier's "Hamlet"; 1027, Laurence Olivier's "Richard IN." Women's Studies Film Series, Modern Languages Bldg., Lee. Rm. 1, UofM, Thursdays 9pm: Black women: 1016, "To Be Young, Gifted and Biack." 1023, "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman." Literature 1030, "Gertrude Stein: When This You See, Remember Me" & "Virqinia Woolf : The Moment Whole." YPSILANTI Media Services Film Series, Room 213 PrayHarold, EMU, 7pm: 1016 Prejudice: "I Wonder Why," "Bill Cosby on Prejudice" & "Where is Prejudice?" 1030 Psychology: "Rollo May" & "Human Encounter" & "Dr. Erich Fromm." MUD Cinema, Strong Auditorium, EMU, 487-3044: 1015-17, "The Odessa File." 1018-19, "The Black Windmill." 1022-24, "Seduction of Mimi" and "Is There Sex After Death?" 1025-26, "Man of the Year." 1029, "SSSS." 1030, "Phase IV." 1031, "Curse of the Werewolf" and "Dracula Has Risen from the Grave." 111, "Mutations." EMU students, staff & faculty only. Ann Arbor Teach-ln presents Hearts & Minds, 7 & 9pm on Sat 1018, Modern Lang. Bldg., Aud 3, $1.50.