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22
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January
Year
1976
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DETROIT "Hester Street" at Somerset, 16 Mile Rd. (Big Beaver) at Coolidge, 643-6744 (PG). "Nashville" at Farmington 4, 476-6666, 10 MNe at Grand River & 1-96; Jewel, Mt. Clemens, 469-1333, 87 N. Gratiot; Studio 4, 645-0777, 394 S. Woodward, Birmingham; Drive-ins: Algiers, GA2-8810, Warren and Wayne Rds.; Fort George, AV2-1211, FortUi mile so. of Eureka; Gratiot, 293-1405, Gratiot-13'2 Mile Rd.; Pontiac, FE5-4500, Dixie Hwy. N. of Telegraph; Troy, MU91902, 15 Mile Rd. & Stephenson Hwy. (R). "The Hindenburg" at Americana Complex, 559-2730, Greenfield N. of 9 Mile; Mai Kai, 427-0400, Plymouth at Farmington; Macomb Mali Cinema, 294-1900, 13V? Mile at Gratiot; Showcase Pontiac, 332-0241, Telegraph at Square Lake Rd.; Showcase Sterling Hghts., 979-3160, Van Dyke and 15 Mile; Southgate, 285-7730, Fort- ' mile s. of Eureka; Vogue,' TU6-4840, Harper at Cadieux. (PG) "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" at the Towne, 968-8700, Greenfield N. of 10V2 Mile. (R) "The Harder They Come", starring Jimmy Cliff Cliff, at the Showcase Theatre. Film producer Perry Henzen will be on hand to answer question. 128, 8pm, $2.00. "Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother" at the Abbey, 588-0881, 14 Mile & 1-75; Allen Park, DU1-2913, Southfield-Allen Rd.; CinAmericana, 559-2730, Greenfield IN. of 9 Mile; Eastland, 886-7222, at Eastland Center; Fairlane, 561-7200, Ford Rd. E. of Telegraph; Parkway, 465-6555, Groesbeck Hwy. -Metro Parkway. (PG) "Let's Do It Again" at Madison Downtown; Esquire; Shores-Madrid; Taylor-Cinema; Drive-ins: Bel-Air; Ford-Wyoming; West Side. (PG) "Aaron Loves Angela" at Palms, 963-4486, Woodward-Elizabeth; Mercury, UN2-8100, Schaefer at McNichols. (R) "3 Days of the Condor" at Berkley; Bloomfield; Carousel; Civic-Detroit; Dearborn; Farmington 4; Hampton; Macomb-Mt. Clemens; Playhouse-Waterford; Punch & Judy; Roseville; Showboat; Taylor Cinema; Drive-ins: Bel-Air; Wayne. l Cabaret Cinema, 25570 W. 8 Mile Rd., field, 356-4666. Jan. 14-20, "Johnny Got His Gun" and "The Mutations"; Jan. 21-27, "Women In Love" and "The Music Lovers"; Jan. 16 & 17- at midnight -"Mondo Cañe"; Jan. 23 & 24- at midnight- "Buck Rogers n Planet Outlaws". Cass City Cinema, First Unitarian Church, Cass 4. Forest (red door on Forest). Shows at 8 & 10 pm, adm. still $1.50. Jan. 16-17, "Taking Off" (1971, Milos Forman); Jan. 23-24, r'MaratSade" (1967, Peter Brook); Jan. 30-31, "Macunaima" (1969, Pedro de Andrade). Detroit Film Theatre, Art Institute Auditorium. Tickets $2.00. Jan. 16, "Smile" (USA, 1975 - Michael Ritchie); Jan. 17, "The Battle of Algiers" (Italy, 1966, Gillo Pontecorvo); Jan. 23, "Chikamatsu Manogatari" (Japan, 1954, Kenji Mizoguchi), Rackham Aud.; Jan. 24, "Potemkin" (USSR, 1925, Sergei Eisenstein); Jan. 30, "Outback" (Australia, 1972, Ted Kotchell); Jan. 31, "Bringing Up Baby" (USA, 1938, Howard Hawks). Trinity Methodist Church, 13100 Woodward, Highland Park: jan. 25, "Native Land", 7:30, Adm. $1.50, sponsored by Spark. ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Coop, Aud. A-Angell Hall or Modern Languages Bldg., Aud. 3 or 4, U of M, 769-7787. Showtimes vary Adm $1.25. 115, "Oh Lucky Man"; 116, "And IMow for Something Completely Different" (1972, lan MacNaughton) a Monty Python film & "King of Hearts" (1967, Philippe de 120, "The Seven Samurai"; 121 Belle de Jour"; 122-23, "Last Tango in Paris wMarlon Brando (1973, Bernardo Bertolucci); 123, "The Last American Hero & "Bad Company"; 127, "El Dorado ' & "The Bailad of Cable Hogue"; 128, Camelot"; 129, "Yojimbo"; 130, "Freaks" (7 & 10) & "Even Dwarfs Started Small" (8:15). Cinema Guild, Old Architecture Aud. (Tappan 6 Monroe), U of M, 662-8871: Showtimes 7 & 9:05, Adm. $1.25. 115, "An American in Paris" (1951, Vincent Minelli); 116, "Festival of Folk Héroes" (Walt Disney); 117, "The 7th Seal" (1956, Ingmar man); 118, "The Conformist" (1968, Bernardo Bertolucci); 120, "Ivan the Terrible, Pt. I" (Russian, 1944, Sergei Eisenstein) & "Birth of a Nation" (1915, D.W. Griffith); 121, "Ivan the Terrible, Pt. I" & "Port of Cali' (Swedish, 1948, Ingmar Bergman); 122, "The Lady Eve" (1941, Preston Sturges); 123, "Holiday" (1938, George Cukor); 124, "Rebecca" (1940, Alfred Hitchcock); 125, 3 films by Straub & Huillet: "Machorka-Muff" (1962), "Not Reconciled, or Only Violence Helps Where Violence Rules" (1965), & "Introduction to an Accompaniment to a Cinematographic Schene by Arnold Schoenberg" (1974); 127, "Ivan the Terrible, Pt. II" (Russian, 1946, Sergei Eisenstein) & "Buster Keaton Program" (Buster Keaton): 128, "Ivan the Terrible, Pt. II" & "Three Strange Loves" (Swedish, 1949, tngmar Bergman); 129, "Something Different" (Czecn, 1963, Vera One FIew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, at the Towne Theatre. Chytilova); 130, "It's A Wonderful Life" (1946, Frank Capra); 131, "Marnie" (1964, Alfred Hitchcock). Cinema II, Aud. A-Angell Hall, u of M, 7641817: Showtimes 7 & 9 (or 9:30), Adm. $1- $1.25. 116-17, "A Woman Under the Influence" (1974, John Cassavetes); 118, "A Woman Rebels" (1936, Mark Sandrich); 123, "Last Tango in Paris" (1973, Bernardo Bertolucci); 124, "The Godfather" (1972, Francis Ford Coppola); 125, "Midnight Cowboy" (1969, John Schlesinger) ; 130, "Phantom of Liberty" (1974, Jean Bunuel); 131, "Greetings" (1968, Brian De Palma). Group on Latín American Issues Film Series, Residential College Aud. (East Quad), 701 E. University, 994-6177: Showtime 8:00 pm, Adm. $1.25. 117, "Camilo Torres" (Columbia, 1965), "Memories of the Cangaco" (Brazil), Soares), & "Companero" (Chile, 1974, Martin Smith); 118, "Valparaíso, Mi Amor" (Chile, 1970, Aldo Francia) & "Por La Primera Vez" ("For the First Time", Cuba); 120, "Mexico: The Frozen Revolution" (1971, Raymundo Gleyzer) & "Don Pedro: La Vida De Un Pueblo" (Puerto Rico, Norberto López). Matrix Theatre, 603 E. William, 994-0627: Showtimes 7 & 9:30 pm, Adm. $1.75 Adults$1 children. 114-17, "Slaughterhouse Five" (1972, George Roy Hill); 120-25, "The Groove Tube" (1974, Ken Shapiro); 128-23, "Take The Money And Run" (1969, Woody Allen). MATRIX MANÍA- Fri. 's & Sat.'s at Midnight: 11617, "Líttle Murders" plus Jango the clown performing mime & mad merriment; 12324, "Pink Flamingos"; 130-31, "Flesh Gordon." Matrix Theatre Premiere of Young People's Matinee, "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm," Jan. 17, 12:30 and 3:00 pm. Tickets $.75 under 16, $1.25 adults. New World Film Coop, Natural Science Aud. or Modern Languages Bldg., U of M, 9940627: Showtimes vary, Adm. $1.25. 115, "Fantastic Planet" (Rene Laloux); 117, "Harold & Maude" (Hal Ashby; music-Cat Stephens); 121, "Harry & Tonto" (Paul Mazursky); 129, "The Longest Yard" (Robert Aldrich); 131, "The Devil In Miss Jones" (Gerald Damiano). Women's Studies Film Series, Modern Languages Bldg.- Lect. Rm. 2- U of M, 7632047: Showtime 7 pm, Free. 115, History- "Emerging Woman" & "Anne Hutchinson: Profiles in Courage"; 122, Bodies- "Nobody's Victim", "Rape," "It Happens To Us" & "How AboutVou?" UACMediatrics, Natural Science Aud. U of M, 763-1107: Showtimes 7:30 & 9:30 pm, Adm. $1- $1.25. 116-17, "Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid" (1969, George Roy Hill); 123-24, "Straw Dogs (1971, Sam Peckinpah); 130-31, "Young Frankenstein" (1974, Mei Brooks). )