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Day
11
Month
March
Year
1976
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MOVIES

DETROIT

Detroit Film Theatre, Art Institute, 5200 Woodward, 7 pm & 9:30 pm, (Sun. 7 pm only), tickets $2.00 (students with ID $1.50), 832-2730: Feb. 27: "Wedding in White" (Canada, 1972, dir. William Fruet). Feb. 28: Jules and Jim" (France, 1961, dir. Francois Truffaut); Maren 5: "Xala" (1975, dir. Ousmane Sembene); March 6: "Before The Revolution" (Italy, 1962, dir. Bernardo Bertolucci); March 7: "Essene" (1972 documentary, Frederick Wiseman); March 12: "Hearts of the West" (USA, 1975, dir. Howard Zieff): March 13: "Weekend" (France, 1968, dir. Jean-Luc Godard).

Cass City Cinema, Fint Unitarian Church, Cass & Forest (red door on Forest). Shows at 8 and 10 pm, adm. only $1.50: Feb. 27-28: "Burn!" with Marlon Brando; March 5-6: "The Harder They Come" with Jimmy Cliff; March 12-13: "Antonio Das Mortes"; March 19-20: "And Now For Something Completely Different".

University of Michigan -Dearborn Film Series, Engineering Lab Bldg, Room 179, 7 and 9:30 pm, $1.00 at the door: March 10, 12, 13: "The Day The Earth Stood Still", March 17, 19, 20: Zardoz".

Phase-Out Films, W.S.U. General Lectures Bldg., (N.W. corner of Warren and Third), 577-4385, 7:30 and 9:30 pm, $1.50 (children and senior citizens free):. Feb. 27-28: "Five Easy Pieces" with Jack Nicholson; March 5-6: "Carnal Knowledge" with Art Garfunkle and Jack Nicholson, dir. by Mike Nichols (showing in Deroy Aud.).

"Dog Day Afternoon" at the Esquire, Livonia Mali, Macomb-Mt. Clemens, Quo Vadis, Roseville, Showboat, Shores-Madrid, Tel-Ex  Cinema and drive-ins: Algiers, Bel Air, Ford-Wyoming, Fort George, Galaxy, West Side.

"The Mysterious Monsters" at the Bloomfield, Calvin, Carousel, Farmington-Civic, Hills-Rochester, Main-Royal Oak, Mai Kai, Penn-Plymouth, Playhouse-Waterford, Riverland, Southgate, State Door-Union Lake, Taylor-Cinema, Woods.

"Barry Lyndon" at the Americana, Dearborn, Woods.

"Killer Force" at the Adams-Downtown, Dearborn, Playhouse, Showcase, Tel Ex, Universal City, Warren.

"Jaws" at the Plaza, Carousel, Punch & Judy, Shelby,
Westborn.

"Nashville" at the Eastwood, Farmington 4, Gateway, Livonia Mall, Macomb Mall, Showboat, Tel-Ex.

"One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" at the Abbey, Eastland, La Parisien, Macomb Mall, Pontiac Mall, Southland, Towne.

"Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde" at the Grand Circus and Norwest.

"The Sunshine Boys" at the Dearborn, Livonia Mall, Macomb Mall, Pontiac Mall, Quo Vadis, Showcase, Somerset Mall, Southland, Tel-Ex, Warren Cinema.

"Lucky Lady" at the Americana, Beacon East,

"Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother" at the Americana.

"The Man Who Would Be King" at the Towne.

"Leadbelly"at the Madison and Mercury. "

The Magic Flute" at the Somerset Cinema One.

"Shampoo" at the Northcrest, Southgate, Universal City, Village.

ANN ARBOR

Ann Arbor Film Co-Op: Aud. A - Angell Hall or Modern Languages Bldg., Aud. 3 or 4, U of M, 769-7787: Showtimes 7 & 9 prn, Adm. $1.25. 2/26, "The Story of Temple Drake" (1930, Stephen Roberts); 2/27, Chinese Connection" (1973, Lo Wei) & "Return of the Dragon" (1974, Bruce Lee); 3/2, "A Clockwork Orange" (1971, Stanley Kubrick); 3/3 & 4, "The Triple Echo" (1974, Michael Apted) 7:15 only & "Women In Love" (1970, Ken Russell) 9 only; 3/5, "Dr. Chicago" (1969, George Manupelli) 9 only. Also, "The King of Hearts" (1967, Philippe de Broca).

Cinema Guild, Old Architecture Aud. (Tappan & Monroe), U of M, 662-8871: Showtimes 7 & 9:05 pm, Adm. $1.25. 2/26, Women's mental Films includes "Chow Fun" & "Fun on Mars" (Sally Cruikshank); "Orange" (Karen Johnson); "Jefferson Circus Songs" (Suzan Pitt Kraníng); "Marguerite" (Betty Chen); "Women and Children at Large" (Freude , Bartlett); "Promise Her Anything But Give Her the Kitchen Sink" (Freude Bartlett); "Silverpoint" (Barbara Linkevich); & "Schmeerguntz" (Gunvor Nelson & Dorothy Wiley); 2/27, "Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars"  (1939), Ford Beebe & Robert HUI); 2/28, "Journey Into Fear" (1943, Norman Foster); 2/29, "Juliet of the Spirits" (Italian, 1965, Federico Fellini); 3/2, "His Girl Friday" (1940, Howard Hawks) 7 only & "The Big Heat" (1953, Fritz Lang) 9:05 only; 3/3, "Taxi" (1932, Ray Del Ruth) 7 only & "Dishonored" (1931, Joseph Von Sternberg) 9 only; 3/4, "King Kong" (1933, Merian C. Cooper & Ernest L. Schoesdack); 3/5, "Bringing Up Baby" (1938, Howard Hawks); 3/6, "Shadow of a Doubt" (1943, Alfred Hitchcock).

Cinema II, Aud. A - Angell Hall, U of M, 764-1817: Showtimes 7 & 9 (or 9:30), Adm. $1.25. 2/27, Karl Struss Festival in conjunction with an exhibition of Struss' stilt 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 Florey); 2/28, "To Have And Have Not" (1944, Howard Hawks); 2/29, Karl Struss Festival 7 only & "The Island of Lost Souls" (1932, Erle Kenton) 9:30 only - Afterwards Karl Struss will speak on his experiences n filmmaking; 3/12, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp" (1925, Harry Edwards & Frank Capra) 7 only & "Stage Door" (1937, Gregory La Cara) 9 only; 3/13, "Little Murders" (1971, Alan Arkín).

Matrix Theatre, 605 E. William, 994-0627: Showtimes. 7 & 9:30 pm, Adm. $1.75. 2/25 - 32, "Tommy"; 3/3-9, "Seduction of Mimi"(Lina Wertmuller); 3/10-16, "MASH"; Matrix Mania at Midnight 2/27-28, "Tex Avery Cartoons" featuring Red Hot Riding Hood; 3/5-6, "The Professionals" - Radio Comedy Crusade; 3/6, Young People's Matinee presents Nielson's "The Point", at 12:30,2, & 3:30pm, w Geno the Clown; 2/12-13, Afro-Theatre.

New World Film Coop, Natural Science Aud. or Modern Languages Bldg., Aud. 3 or 4, 9940627: Showtimes usually 7 & 9 pm, Adm. $1.25. 2/26, "Brewster McCloud" (Robert Altman); 2/28, "Naked Came The Stranger" 7, 8:30 & 10, Adm. $3; 3/4, "MASH" (Robert Altman) 7 & 9:30, 3/11, "Amarcord" (Fredrico Fellini) 7 & 9:30, 3/13, "Memories Within Miss Agie" (Gerard Damiano) 7, 8:30 & 10, Adm. $2.50.

UAC/Mediatrics, Natural Science Aud. - U of M, 763-1107: Showtimes 7:30 & 9:30 om, Adm. $1.25, 2/27-28, "The Three Musketeers" (1974, Richard Lester).

People's Bicentennial Commission Film Series presents "Burn!" starring Marlon Brando - dir. Gillo Pontecorvo, Feb. 29th in Natural Science Aud. - U of M, 7 & 9 pm, Adm. $1.25.

Women's Studies Film Series, Modern Languages Bldg., - Lecture Room 2, U of M, 763-2047: Showtime 7 pm, Free. 3/4, Topic - Sex Roles: "Growing Up Female: As Six Becomes One" & "Men's Lives" & "Chisholm - Pursuing the Dream" - her 1972 presidential campaign.

The Inmate Project of Project Community presents "The Fixer"a Jewish handyman become the victim of a frame-up & is imprisoned. March Ist, 7:30 pm in Aud. C - Angell Hall, U of M. No charge.