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Cabaret Cinema, 25570 W. 8 Mile Rd., 356-4666: Thru June 8, "King Of Hearts" and "Harold & Maude" plus "Bambi Meets Godzilla" and Lenny Bruce's; June 9-15, "Rainbow Bridge" and "Mad Dogs & Englishmen"; Late Shows at Midnight: June 4 & 5, "Pink Flamingoes"; June 11 & 12, "Amos 'n Andy"; June 18 & 19, "The Crazies" dir. by George Romero.

American Film Panorama, Detroit Institute of Arts, Wed.-Sun., 2 pm: Thru June 6, "Notorious" (1946, dir. Alfred Hitchcock) June 9-13, "Macbeth" (1948, dir. Orson Welles); June 16-20, "White Heat" (1949, dir. Raoul Walsh).

Royal Oak Public Library Sound Film Series, 222 E. Eleven Mile Rd., Thursdays at 6:30 pm, Free: June 10, "Of Human Bondage", June 17, "M", 1930, German with Peter Lorre; June 24, "Albert Schweitzer" narrated by Fredric March and Burgess Meredith; July 1, "Blue Angel."

"The Blue Bird" at the Americana, Eastland, Mai Kai, Playhouse, Taylor Cinema.

"The Bad News Bears" at the Abbey, Americana, Dearborn, Livonia Mall, Southland and Miracle Mile.

"All The President's Men" at the Americana, Livonia Mall, Movies at Fairlane and Lakeside, Showcase-Pontiac and Sterling Hghts., Southgate, Woods.

"W.C. Fields and Me" at the Beacon East, Gateway, Playhouse, Quo Vadis, Southgate, Towne.

"Mother, Jugs & Speed" at the Madison, Americana, Eastland, Fairlane, Macomb Mall, Showcase-Pontiac and Sterling Hghts., Somerset Inn, Southgate.

"Death Journey" at the Grand Circus and Mercury.

"The Missouri Breaks" at the Abbey, Dearborn, Livonia Mall, Pontiac Mall, Quo Vadis, Royal Oak, Showcase, Southland, Warren, and drive-ins – Bel Air, Blue Sky, Ford Wyoming, Fort George, Grand River, Troy and Algiers.

"The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea" at the Northland.

"The Winds Of Autumn" at the Brightons, Calvin, Gateway, Parkway, Penn, Stage Door, Tel-Ex, Village, Vogue, and Wyandotte

"Grizzly" at the Beacon East, Macomb Mall, Movies Fairlane and Lakeside, Quo Vadis, Showcase, Somerset Inn, Universal City.

"Bruce Lee – Super Dragon" at the Palms and Norwest.

"One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" at the Farmington 4, La Parisien, Movies at Fairlane, Somerset Mall, Tel-Ex, Warren Cinema.

"The Duchess and The Dirtwater Fox" at the Birmingham, Carousel, Galaxy, Civic, Eastwood, Gratiot, Farmington 4, Shelby, Michigan, Showboat, Tel-Ex, Walake, Westborn, Wayne.

"Won Ton Ton" at the Dearborn, Kingswood, Northcrest, Old Orchard, Parkway, Radio City, Showcase, Terrace, Warren Cinema, Wyandotte.

"Embryo" at the Adams, Bloomfield, Farmington 4, Movies at Fairlane and Lakeside, Quo Vadis, Showboat, Showcase, Tel-Ex, Universal City, Woods, and drive-ins: Bel Air, Holiday, Jolly Roger, Pontiac, Wayne, West Side.

"Willie Boy" and "Never Give An Inch" at the Alger and Allen Park.

"Love Lips" and "Teenage Stepmother" at the Jewel and Art II.


Ann Arbor Film Co-op, Aud. A – Angell Hall or Modern Languages Bldg., U of M, 769-7787: Showtimes 7 & 9, adm. $1.25. 6/3, "Woodstock" (1970, Michael Wadleigh); 6/4, "The King of Hearts" (1967, Phillippe de Broca) MLB 3, "Fearless Vampire Killers" (1967, Roman Polanski) 7 & 10:30, MLB 4, "Premature Burial" (1962, Roger Corman) 9 only, MLB 4; 6/7, "Cul-De-Sac" (1966, Roman Polanski) 7 only, "Repulsion" (1965, Roman Polanski) 9 only; 6/8, "West Side Story" (1961, Robert Wise & Jerome Robbins); 6/9, "Shampoo" (1975, Hal Ashby); 6/10, "Chinatown" (1974, Roman Polanski); 6/11, "And Now For Something Completely Different" (1972, Ian MacNaughton) MLB 3, 7, 8:45 & 10:30, "The Tenth Victim" (Italian, 1965, Elio Petri) MLB 4, 7:15 only, "The Sleeping Car Murders" (French, 1966, Costa-Gavras) MLB 4, 9 only; 6/15, "Desperate Characters" (1971, Frank Gilroy) 7:15 only, "Rebel Without A Cause" (1955, Nicholas Ray) 9 only; 6/16, "Modern Times" (1936, Charles Chaplin); 6/17, "Gimme Shelter" (1970, David & Albert Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin); 6/18, "Paper Moon" (1973, Peter Bogdanovich) MLB 3, "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (1956, Don Siegel) MLB 4, 7 only, "Targets" (1968, Peter Bogdanovich) mlb 4, 9 only.

Cinema Guild, Old Architecture Aud. (Tappan & Monroe), 662-8871: Showtimes 7:30 & 9:35, adm. $1.25. 6/5, "Black Cat" (1934, Edgar G. Ulmer); 6/6, "Scarface" (1932, Howard Hawks) 6/11, "Ball of Fire" (1941, Howard Hawks): 6/12, "Foreign Correspondent" (1940, Alfred Hitchcock); 6/13, "M" (German, 1931, Fritz Lang); 6/18, "Take A Letter Darling" (1942, Michael Leisen); 6/19, "Giant" (1956, George Stevens) 8 only.

Cinema II, Angell Hall-Aud. A, U of M, 769-7787: Showtimes 7:30 & 9:35, adm. $1.25. 6/4, "Tom Jones" (1963, Tony Richardson); 6/5, Animation Night – a variety of important American animation from Walt Disney, Max Fleischer, Warner Bros. & others; 6/11, "Sullivan's Travels" (1942, Preston Sturges); 6/12, "Playtime" (French, 1969, Jacques Tati) 7:30 only, "Mr. Hulot's Holiday" (French, 1953, Jacques Tati) 9:30 only; 6/18, "The Battle of Algiers" (French, 1965, Gillo Pontecorvo); 6/19, "Lucia" (Spanish, 1972. Humberto Solas) 7:30 & 10:10.