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26
Month
February
Year
1976
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Detroit Film Theatre, Art Institute, 5200 Woodward, 7 pm and 9:30 pm (Sun. 7 pm only), tickets $2 (students with ID, $1.50), 8322730: Feb. 13: "The Bitter Tears of Petra Van Kant," (Germany, 1972, dir. Rainer Werner Fassbinder). Feb. 14: "Murmer of the Heart" (France, 1971, dir. Louis Malle). Feb. 20: "Samurai Rebellion" (Japan, 1967 dir. Masaki Kobayashi). Feb. 21: "Orpheus" (France, 1949, dir. JeanCocteau) Feb. 22: "Hospital" (U.S. A., dir. Frederick Wiseman) documentary. Feb. 27: "Wedding in White" (Canada, 1972. dir. William Fruet). Feb. 28: "Jules and Jim (France, 1961, dir. Francois Truffaut). Cass City Cinema, First Unitarian Church, Cass & Forest (red door on Forest). Shows at 8 and 10 pm, adm. only $1.50: Feb. 13-14, "The Loved One" with Jonathon Winters; Feb. 20-21, "Shoot the Piano Player"; Feb. 27-28, "Burn" with Marión Brando; March 5-6, "The Harder They Come" with Jimmy Cliff. Phase-Out Films, W.S.U. General Lectures Bldg., (N.w. corner Warren & 3rd), 577-4385, 7:30 and 9:30 pm, $1.50 (children and senior citizens free): Feb. 13-14, Ingmar Bergman's "The Seventh Seal" and "The Dove", a satire; Feb. 20-21, The Marx Bros., "Coconuts" (7:30) and "Monkey Business (9:00) in Upper Deroy Aud.; Feb. 27 & 28, Jack Nicholson in "5 Easy Pieces." Cabaret Cinema, 25570 W. 8 Mile Rd., (at Beech-daly), Southfield, 356-4666: Thru Feb. 17, "Duck Soup" and "Horsefeathers" with the Marx Bros.; Feb. 18-24, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and Andy Warhol's "Dracula"; Feb. 25-March 2, "Jimi Hendrix" and "Performance." 'Lucky Lady" at the Americana, Beacon East, Kingswood, Old Orchard, Showcase, Southgate, Terrace, Universal City. 'Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother" at the Abbey, Allen Park, Americana, Eastland, Fairlane, Parkway. 'Barry Lyndon" at the Americana, Dearborn, Woods. 'Dog Day Afternoon" at the Birmingham, Farmington 4, Gateway, Hampton, Playhouse, Quo Vadis, Showboat, Tel-Ex, Universal City, Warren Cinema City. 'The Man Who Would Be King" at the Terrace, Towne, Warren. 'Leadbelly" at the Madison and Mercury. 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" at the Abbey, Eastland, LaParisien, Macomb Mali, Pontiac Mali, Southland, Towne. 'The Hindenburg" at the Americana, Macomb Mali, Mai Kai, Showcase-PontiaC'& Sterling Heights, Southgate, Vogue. The Magie Flute" at the Somerset Cinema. 'Jaws" at the Plaza, Carousel, Punch & Judy, Shelby, Westborn. The Giant Spider Invasión" at the Adams Downtown, Beacon East, Carousel, MacombMt. Clemens, Northgate, Norwest, Quo Vadis, Royal Oak, Showcase, Wyandotte. 'Hustle" at the Livonia Mali, Quo Vadis, Showcase-Pontiac & Sterling Heights, Southland. 'The Sunshine Boys" at Northland. ANN ARB0R Ann Arbor Film Coop, Aud. A-Angell Hall or Modern Languages Bldg., Aud. 3 or 4, U of M, 769-7787: Showtimes 7 & 9 pm, Adm. $1.25. 212, "Shame" (Swedish, 1969, Ingmar Bergman); 213, "The Soft Skin" (French, 1964, Francois Truffaut), "Rider onthe Rain" (French, 1970, Rene Clement) & "Jules and Jim" (French, 1961, Francois Truffaut); 213-15, The Sixth Ann Arbor 8MM Film Festival at Schloring Aud., School of Educ, U of M, 7 & 9 pm. 8mm filmmakers from across the country compete for $1000 in cash & prizes. All shows the first two nights are different. Winners Sunday. night. $1.00 per show; 217, "The Passion of Anna" (Swedish, 1970, Ingmar Bergman); 218, "Stolen Kisses" (1968, Francois Truffaut) 7 only & "Bed and Board" (1970, Truffaut) 9 only; 219, "The 400 Blows" (French 1959, Truffaut); 220, "Rancho Deluxe' (1975. Frank Perry) 7 & 10 pm- MLB 3, "Smile (1975, Michael Ritchie) 8:45 pm- MLB 3 & "The King of Hearts" (1967, Philippe de Broca) 7 & 9- MLB 4; 224, "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967, Arthur Penn) 7 only, "The Hired Hand" (1971, Peter Fonda) 9 only 225, "Blue Water, White Death" (1971, Peter Gimbel) 7 only, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" ( 1 974, Tobe Hooper) 9 only; 226, "The Story of Temple Drake" (1930, Stephen Roberts); 227, "Chinese Connection" (1973, Lo Wei) & "Return of the Dragon" (1974, Bruce Lee). Cinema Guild, Old Architecture Aud. (Tappan 6 Monroe), U of M, 662-8871: Showtimes 7 & 9:05 pm, Adm. $1.25. 212, "Loving Couples" (Swedish, 1964, Mai Zetterling); 213, "Wee Willie Winkle" (1937, John Ford); 214, "Spellbound" (1945, Alfred Hitchcock); 215. "Distant Thunder" (Bengali, 1943, Satyajit Ray); 217, "High Noon" (1954, Fred Zinneman) & "Naked Spur" (1953, Anthony Mann); 218, "High Noon" & "Naked Night" (Swedish, 1953, Ingmar Bergman); 219, "A Very Curious Girl" (French, 1970, Nelly Kaplan); 220, "Philadelphia Story" (1940, George Cukor); 221, "39 Steps" (1935, Alfred Hitchcock); 222, "Deep End" (1971, Jerry Skolomowski); 224, ''Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde" (1932, Rouben Mamoulianl & "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" (1962, John Ford); 225, "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" & "Dreams" (Swedish, 1955, Ingmar Bergman); 226, Women's Experimental Films- 9 films by women; 227, ' Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars" (1939, Ford Beebe & Robert Hill); 228, "Journey Into Fear" (1943, Norman Foster). Cinema II, Aud. A-Angell Hall, U of M, 7641817: Showtimes 7 & 9 (or 9:30), Adm. $1-$1.25. 213, "The Asphalt Jungle" (1950, John Huston); 214, "Fat City" (1972, John Huston); 215, "Doublé Indemnity" (1944, Billy Wilder); 220, "They Live By Night" (1949, Nicholas Ray); 221, "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1939, Sidney Landfield); 221, Children's Saturday Matinee, 1 & 3 pm, Adults $1.00, kids $.50. "Melody" (1973, Waris Hussein); 222, "Sunset Boulevard" (1950, BiUy Wilder); 227, Karl Struss Festival in conjunction with an exhibition of Struss' still photographs opening Feb. 25 at U of M Museum of Art, the Festival will include unique vintage prints- 35mm nitrate prints from the 1930's; "Guilty As Heil" (1932, Erle Kenton), 'The Preview Murder Mystery" (1936, Robert Fiorey); 228, "To Have And Have Not" (1944, Howard Hawks); 229, "The Island of Lost Souls" (1932, Eric Kenton) & Karl Struss Festival- afterwards Karl Struss will speak on his experiences in filmmaking. Matrix Theatre, 605 E. William, 994-0627: Showtimes 7 & 9:30, Adm. $1.75. 21217, "Harry & Tonto" wArt Carney & Ellen Burstyn; 214, Young People's Matinee; 218-24, "Young Frankenstein" (1974, Mei Brooks); 225-32, "Tommy"; Matrix Mania at Midnight: 213-14, The Friends Roadshow in "Welcome to Michigan"- lm provised comedy of madness; 220-21, "Barbarella" w Jane Fonda; 227-28, "Tex Avery Cartoon Follies" featuring Red Hot Riding Hood. New World Film Co-op, Natural Science Aud. or Modern Languages Bldg., U of M, 994-0627: Showtimes usually 7 4 9 pm, Adm. $1.25. 212, "At Long Last Love" (Peter Bogdanovich); 214, "China Girl"; 218, "The Strang er" (Luchino Visconti); 219, "The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi" Jacob" (Gerald Oury); 221, "Chinatown" (Roman Polanski); 226, "Brewster McCloud' (Robert Altman); 228, "Naked Came The Stranger." UACMediatrics, Natural Science Aud., U of M, 763-1107: Showtimes 7:30 (or 7) & 9:30 pm, Adm. $1-$1.25. 213-14, "The Fortune" (1975, Mike Nichols); 220-21, "Little Big Man" (1970, Arthur Penn) ; 227-28, "The Three Musketeers" (1974, Richard Lester). The Ann Arbor Committee to Reopen the Rosenberg Case presents "The Unquiet Death of Julius& Ethel Rosenberg" Feb. 14 in Modern Languages Bldg.- Aud. 4, U of M, at 7 & 9:30 pm. Admission $1.25- proceeds go to the National Committee to Reopen the Rosenberg Case. YPSILANTI EMU Art Film Series, in the Tower Room of McKenny Union, EMU: Showtimes at noon & 7:30 pm, no adm. charge. 216, the program will feature "Structures in Space"- 5 films: "A is for Architecture," "Temple of Apollo at Bassae," "Odeon Cavalcade: Art Deco," "Art Nouveau" and "Earthworks: Spiral Jetty." Muhammad's Temple presents 2 documentary films- "Sahel- Border of Heil" & "Angola", Sat. 221, 5 & 8 pm at Parkridge Center, 791 Harriet St., Ypsl. $1.00 admission.