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DETROIT CassCity Cinema, First Unitarian Church, Cass & Forest (red door on Forest). Shows at 8 and 10 pm, adm. $1.50: Maren 12-13, "Antonio Des Mortes"; Maren 19-20, "And Now For Something Completely Different." U of M Dearborn Film Series, Engineering Lab Bldg., Room 179, 7 and 9:30 pm, $1.00 at the door: March 12-13, "The Day The Earth Stood Still"; March 17, 19, 20, "Zardoz." Phase Out Films, Deroy Auditorium, 7:30 and 9:30 pm, $1.50, Children and Sr. Citizens- free: March 12-13, "Brewster McCloud." Detroit Film Theatre, Art Institute, 5200 Woodward, 7 pm & 9:30 pm (Sun. 7 pm only): March 12, "Hearts of the West" (U.S.- 1975 - dir. Howard Zieff); March 13, "Weekend" (France- 1968- dir. Jean-Luc Godard); March 19, "Night of Counting the Years" (Egypt- 1969- dir. Shadi Abdelsalam); March 20, "M" (Germany- 1930- dir. Fritz Lang); March 21, "Primate" (1974- Wiseman); March 26, "Alice in the Cities" (Germany- 1974- dir. Wim Wenders); March 27, "The Great Dictator" (U.S.-1940-dir. Chaplin). "Barry Lyndon" at the Americana, Dearborn and Woods. "Gable and Lombard" at the Americana, Beacon East, Mai Kai, Showcase-Pontiac, ShowcaseSterling Heights, and Southgate. "No Deposit, No Return" at the Abbey, Allen Park, Camelot, Livonia Mali, Macomb Mali, Main-Royal Oak, Showcase-Pontiac, Old Orchard, Showcase-Sterling Heights, StateWayne, Warren-Cinema City. "Next Stop, Greenwich Village" at the Terrace and Village. "Taxi Driver" at the Americana, Eastland, Fairlane, Kingswood, Showcase-Sterling Heights, "Inserts" at the Towne. "The Man Who Would Be King" at the Birmingham, Huron-Pontlac, Moviesat Lakeside, Westborn, Universal City, Woods. "The Sunshine Boys" at the Dearborn, Llvonia Mali, Macomb Mali, Pontiac Mali, Quo Vadis, Showcase-Sterling Heights, Somerset Mali, Southland, Tel-Ex, Warren Cinema. "Hustle" at the Dearborn, Quo Vadis, Algiers, Ford Wyoming, Gratiot. "Psychic Killer" and "Slaughter" at the PalmsDowntown. "Not Now Darling" at the Old Orchard, Parkway, Radio City, Terrace, Vogue, Wyandotte Anx. "One F lew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" at the Abbey, Eastland, La Parisién, Macomb Mali, Pontiac Mali, Southland, Towne. "Hedda" at the Studio 4. "Chino" at the Adams-Downtown, Abbey, Carousel, Hampton, Jewel-Mt. Clemens, Punch & Judy, Royal Oak, Showboat, Stagedoor, and these drive-ins: Bel-Air, Ecorse Rd., Fort George, Holiday, Troy, Wayne, West Side. "Swept Away ..." at the Somerset Cinema I. "Dog Day Afternoon" at the Beacon East, Moviesat Lakeside, Quo Vadis. "Lucky Lady" at the Civic-Detroit, Eastwood, Esquire, Farmington 4, Moviesat Lakeside, Northcrest, Playhouse-Waterford, Southgate, Showcase-Sterling Heights, Tel-Ex Cinema. "The Story of Adele H." at Northland. "Leadbelly" at the Madison and Mercury. "Jimi Hendrix" & "Performance" at the Cabaret. "The First Nude Musical" at the Alger, Gateway, Hampton, Quo Vadis, Radio City, Stage Door, Tel-Ex, and Wyandotte Annex. ANN ARBOR 14th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival, March 16-21, Screenings are held in the old Architecture Auditorium (Tappan & Monroe). Showings 7, 9, 11 pm, Tues.-Fri. 1, 7, 9, Sat.i Winners and highlights Sunday, 7, 9, & 11 both In the Architecture Aud. & Angelí Hall, Aud. A. Single tickets $1.25. Series, $16. Advance sales begin 6 pm for that day only. Series tickets on sale Tues. March 16 at 5:30 pm. All shows are different. Seats more easily obtained Tues.-Thurs. Ann Arbor Film Coop, Aud. A- Angelí Hall or Modern Languages Bldg.- U of M, 769-7787: Showtimes 7 Í. 9 pm, Adm. $1.2 5. 316, "Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb" (1964), Stanley Kubrick), 7 only, "Cry, Dr. Chicago (1971, Jack Nicholson), 7 only, "Payday" (1972, Daryl Duke), 9 only; 318, "Breathless" (French, 1972, Eric Rohmer), 9 only; 319, "The Rainpeople" (1969, Francis Ford Coppola), 7 only, "The Conversation" (1974, Coppola); 323, "Juliet of the Spirits" (Italian, 1965, Federico Fellini), 7 only; 324, "Heat" (1972, Paul Morrissey), 7 only, "Ciao Manhattan" (1972, John Palmer, David Wiseman), 9 only; 325, "Blazing Saddles" (1974, Mei Brooks), 7, 8:45 & 10:30; 326, "The King of Hearts ' (1967, Philippe de Broca), MLB 4-7 only, "The Charge of the Light Brigade" (1968, Tony Richardson), 9 only, "The Three Musketeers" (1974, Richard Lester) MLB 3-7 & 9. Cinema Guild, Old Architecture Aud. (Tappan 6 Monroe), U of M, 662-8871: Showtimes 7 & 9:05, Adm. $1.25. 316-21, Ann Arbor 16 MM Film Festival; 323, "Pather Panchali" (Bengali, 1954, Satyajit Ray), 7 only, "Bonnie And Clyde" (1967, Arthur Penn); 324, "Pather Panchali" , 7 only, "Shanghai Express" (1932, Joseph Von Sternberg); 325, "Citizen Kane" (1941, orson Welles); 326, "Wizard of Oz" (1939, Victor Fleming); 327, "The Bride Wore Black" (French, 1968, Francois Truffaut); 328, "Macario" (Spanish & Quiche, 1960, Roberto Gaualdon). Cinema II, Aud. A- Angelí Hall, U of M, 7641817: Showtimes 7 & 9 (or 9:30), Adm. $1- $1.25. 312, "Tramp Tramp Tramp" (1925, Harry Edwards & Frank Capra), 7 only, 'Stage Door" (1937, Gregory LaCava), 9 only; 313, "Little Murders" (1971, Alan Arkin); 313, Children's Sat. Matinee Film Series: "Walt Disney's Robin Hood" (1973, animated) 1 & 3 pm, kids $.50Adults $1.00; 314, "Triumph Of The Will" (1934, Leni Riefenstahl) & "Why We Fight, Part II: The Nazis Strike" (Frank Capra). Full shows 7 & 9:30; 319, "Mr. Arkadin" (1955, Orson Welles); 320, "The Ox-Bow Incident" (1943, Wllliam Wellman), 7 only, "Black Fury" (1935, Michael Curtiz), 9 only; 321, Film Festival Winners- 3 shows: 7, 9 & 11: 326, "The Idiot" (1951. .Akiri Kurosawa); 327, "Lacombe, Lucien ' (1974, Louis Malle); 328, "Gertrude" (1964, Cari Dreyer). Matrix Theatre, 605 E. William, 994-0627: Showtimes 7 & 9:30, Adm. $1.25. 310-16, M.A.S.H. (Robert Altman); 317-23, "Flesh Gordon"; 324-30, "Emmanuelle" (X); 31213, at Midnight- Afro-Theatre; 327, Magie Show Matinee w Hank Moorehouse, 2 pm. New World Film Coop, Natural Science Aud. or Modern Languages Bldg.- U of M, 994-0627: Showtimes vary, Adm. $1.25. 311, "Amarcord" (Federico Fellini); 313, "Memories Within Miss Agie" (X); 317, "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-ln-The-Moon Marigolds" (Paul Newman); 318, "The Parallax View"; 319, "Sounder"(Martin Ritt); 325, "The Harder They Come" (Perry Henzell) starring Jimmy Cliff; 327, "Behind the Green Door" (X), 7, 8:30 & 10, Adm. $2.50. UACMediatrics, Natural Science Aud.- U of M, 763-1107: Showtimes 7:30 & 9:30, Adm. $1.00. 319-21, "Tommy" (1975, Ken Russell); 326-27, "The Great Waldo Pepper" (1975, George Roy Hill). The Inmate Project of Project Commumty Film Series, Aud. C- Angelí Hall, U of M: Showtime 7:30 pm, No charge. 322, "Brazil: No Time For Tears", Interviews w 9 former Brazilian political prisoners who recount their ordeals under torture. People's Bicentennial Commission Sunday Film Series, Natural Science Aud.- U of M: Showtimes 7 & 9 pm, Adm. $1.25, 321 & 22, "The Passenger" starring Jack Nicholson; 328, "If" starring Malcolm McDowell. Women's Studies Film Series, Modern Languages Bldg.- Lecture Rm. 2, U of M, 763-2047: Showtlme 7 pm, No charge. 318, Work: "Chisholm- Pursuing The Dream"- her '72 presidential campaign, "Katy", "Joyce at 34"; 325, Arts: "Antonia" & "Full Circle: The Work of Doris Chase." Lesbian Feminist Film Festival, Sat. 327, 8 pm at Corntree Coop, 1910 Hill St., Adm. $1.75 followed by Lesbian Women's Dance, 9:30 pm- 1:30 am, Adm. $1.00 (for those who didn't pay $1.75 film admission). Both events- Women Only. Sponsored by Amazon Union. Proceeds go to help fund a Lesbian Center in Ann Arbor. j "Gable & Lombard", check listings