Fifth Estate Collective
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5
RASHOMON, Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece at the Studio 1 Theater, Livemois at Davison at 7:30 & 9:30 pm. Adm. $2.
YOGA CLASSES at the International Institute at 7:30 pm. Call 675–1038 for information.
THURSDAY, JUNE 6
REPUBLICAN GALA with such stars as ABBE LANE and the SERENDIPITY SINGERS at Cobo Hall at 8 pm.
RASHOMON. As part of the Studio 1’s Repertory-1 Film Festival, this Kurosawa masterpiece is being shown at 7:30 & 9:30 for $2.
FRIDAY, JUNE 7
WAY OUT WEST starring Laurel & Hardy at the WSU Cinema Guild in Lower DeRoy at 7:30 & 9:45 pm. for only $.50.
THE FRENCH POLITICAL CRISIS is spoken on by Dick Fidler, ed. Workers Vanguard. Friday Night Socialist Forum, Debs Hall, 3737 Woodward at 8 pm.
YOJIMBO, Akira Kurosawa’s Japanese western at the Studio 1 at 7:30 & 9:30p.m. for $2
CANADIAN UNDERGROUND, with such films as LIBERATION OF THE MANNIQUE, ELEMENTS, MENTANOMEN; FILM PIECE FOR SUNSHINE, SCISSORS, WHIP & SPUR, and NOTHING HAPPENED THIS MORNING at the Underground Cinema, 13103 Woodrow Wilson at 11 pm and 1 am. Costing $1.50 for students.
FOLK DANCING at the International Institute, Kirby at John R at 8 pm and at the Northern YWCA at 7:30 pm. Adm. about $.50.
THE CASTLE is a new place at Chene & Trombly, features THE THIRD POWER & fantastic Light Show. Adm. $2.50.
THE HARBOR LIGHTS has one of the least up tight atmospheres around for those who would rather relax as they dig the music. It’s out in Ecorse at N. Jefferson.
THE CREAM, this time they should actually make it to Detroit without anyone having babies or bummers. They’ll be at the Grande Ballroom.
THE NEW CINEMA is a totally gassy place to go after your date instead of Hojo’s. It’s only $1.50 for students & you see a bunch of freaky flics from the underground. Shows are at Midnight & 1:30 am in the Studio North-9 Mile & Woodward.
SATURDAY, JUNE 8
THE BANK DICK starring W.C. FIELDS, WSU Cinema Guild, Lower DeRoy, 7:30 & 9:45 for $.50.
HEALTH-O-RAMA. Get a Free Medical Screening & learn what diseases hippy life has wrought upon you in WSU Old Main from 10 am to 6 pm.
RUSS GIBB raps on the radio, WKNR—FM no less, and plays actual music, not the bullshit promo overnight hippy psychedelic garbage so often played by the x-Maring top 40 d.j.s who just got with it. Real music from 3 to 9 pm at 101 FM
YOJIMBO by Akira Kurosawa at the Studio 1, Livernois at Davison at 7:30 & 9:30 pm. for $2, unless you’re a girl & then it won’t cost you anything if you can sucker some boy into paying twice the amount, or unless you’ve got connections and can get in free or unless you spend $9 to see the whole Repetory 1 series that this is a part of.
CHILDREN’S FILMS is a real nice thing the WSU Cinema Guild people are doing with the help of donations from everybody and anybody. They’re showing FREE cartoons & shorts Saturdays from 2–4 pm. in Upper DeRoy. Send or bring your kids & tell any little kids you see running around the neighborhood.
THE CREAM and a bunch of Jeep Holland’s bands appear at the Grande Ballroom where you can dig the music and observe the groupies vying for the body of Eric Clapton. Course there’ll probably be more groupy action Sunday night when you don’t have to be 17.
THE CASTLE according to the Phenomena Freaks is an out of sight place and the light show is reputedly the Best. Tonight-the bands the WANTED. The place is at Chene & Trombly and the admission only $2.50.
THE HARBOR LIGHTS is kind of far out, being in Ecorse, at W. Jefferson & Outer Drive, but a lot of Detroit people would really dig it as you can sit in cushioned seats & groove to the music without hassle or dance with total freedom. It can be got to by taking Southfield south to the end, at Jefferson & going left one mile. People coming in from Ann Arbor would find it right on the way home. Dig it.
CANADIAN UNDERGROUND all sorts of experimental films that I’ve already listed for June 7 and you can look there to learn the details. I will say the shows are at 11 pm & 1 am in the Detroit Repertory Theater, 13103 Woodrow Wilson, Costing $1.50 for students.
NEW CINEMA. A nice place to go when you’re unable to sleep for reasons of your own & perhaps you want to do something strange so you head for the Studio North & dig the flics at Midnight & 1:30 am.
CANADIAN UNDERGROUND with all the films mentioned for June 7, including ELEMENTS, METANOMEN, SCISSORS, and WHIP & SPUR. Only now the shows are at 7:30 & 9:30 pm in the Detroit Repertory Theater, 13103 Woodrow Wilson.
WABX 99.5 FM uses actual freaks to get their music across Sunday nights and so it is well worth the listening. The people know, love & play real Music. It is a necessity to dig BARRY KRAMER’S Show from 8 to 9, JOHN KERNEY’S Show, STUMBLE, from 10 to 11. And MIKE KERMAN with HOUND DOG, from 11 to midnight. It’s better than listening to your record player cause you needn’t turn them over.
SUNDAY, JUNE 9
GATES OF HELL, the Kinugasa film that won the Cannes Grand Prize, at the Studio 1 at 7:30 & 9:30 pm. Adm. $2.
LOUIS FALCO who is the lead dancer in Jose Limon’s dance company is teaching a Master Class at the Jewish Center, Curtis & Myers at 1:30 & 3:30 pm. You must register ahead of time. Call 341–4200.
LA CROSSE is played at Olympia at 7:30 pm.
WAY OUT WEST and the BANK DICK form the double feature in WSU Lower DeRoy at 7:30 pm. for $1.
RUG HOOKING BEE with 45 women in 19th Century dress, hooking. Location: Greenfield Village all day.
HEALTH-O-RAMA. Free medical screening in WSU Old Main. 10–6.
NEW CINEMA holds a 3 pm matinee of all the films shown the 2 nights previous at the Studio North, Woodward & 9 Mile.
MONDAY, JUNE 10
CANADIAN UNDERGROUND See June 9 for details.
GATES OF HELL See June 9 for info.
TUESDAY, JUNE 11
BULLS, DOVES & 10% MORTGAGES. Erwin Salk speaks at A Thinking Man’s Luncheon in the Howard Johnson’s in the New Center at 12 p.m. for but $5 a plate. Spon: Businessmen Against the War.
GATES OF HELL, A Kinugasa film that captures the essence of Japanese culture and its seething passions. Studio 1, Livemois at Davison at 7:30 & 9:30 for $2, or $1.25 if you’re a student.
SYMPHONY UNDER THE STARS, Valter Poole conducting the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the State Fair Band Shell at 8:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12
IVAN THE TERRIBLE, both parts, Sergei Eisenstein, at the Studio 1, 7:30 & 9:30. Cost $2.
SYMPHONY UNDER THE STARS. Valter Poole conducts the Detroit Symphony Orchestra playing Russian music in the State Fair Band Shell at 8:30 p.m.
THURSDAY, JUNE 13
IVAN THE TERRIBLE, by Sergei Eisenstein, pioneer in cinematography. The Studio 1, Livernois at Davison at 7:30 & 9:30. Adm. $2
THE CASINO—DETROIT’S FIRST MOVIE THEATER is the subject of Daniel Kinsler’s Gallery Talk in the Detroit Historical Museum at 3 p.m. Free
FRIDAY, JUNE 14
ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL will be shown at the WSU Cinema Guild in Lower DeRoy at 7:30 & 9:45 p.m.
FOUR LAUREL & HARDY CLASSICS and one MACK SENNET short in WSU Upper DeRoy at 8:30.
THE SOFT MACHINE with a totally trippy, coordinated light show at the Grande
CITIZEN KANE, not only is it a film classic, but you get to see Orson Welles before he got fat. It’s at the Studio 1, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m. $2
CITIZEN KANE, a landmark in contemporary film history, starring Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Agnes Moorehead & Everett Sloane. Studio 1, 7:30 & 9:30. $2.
INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE TROUPE at the Meadowbrook Fair in Oakland U’s Baldwin Pavilion at 2:30 p.m.
TAKAKO NISHIZAKI, violinist, with Detroit Symphony Orchestra under Valter Poole, in the State Fair Bandshell at 8:30 p.m.
CHILDRENS FILMS with cartoons, comedys & shorts in Upper DeRoy from 2 to 4 p.m. Free.
AUSTRIAN UNDERGROUND with such totally freaky films as: UUSERE AFRIKAKERERSE, ADEBAR, SCHWECHATER! ARNULF RAINER, NIGHTEATS & MOTHLIGHT. SIRIUS REMEMBERED, YELLOWHORSE at the Underground Cinema, 13103 Woodrow Wilson at 11 p.m. & 1 am.
SATURDAY, JUNE 15
2nd ANNUAL FLOWER POWER BALL with the CHARGING RHINOCEROS OF SOUL (of which Louis, who is very sexy is the singer) at “My Place”, 246 Davis, Ann Arbor at 9 p.m. Adm. $1.25.
THE SOFT MACHINE, who were here with Jimi Hendrix & features an out of sight light show, are at the Grande Ballroom where you must be 17 to enter.
AUSTRIAN UNDERGROUND. Films with all sorts of weird names that are listed June 14, at the Underground Cinema in the Detroit Repertory Theater, 13103 Woodrow Wilson at 11 p.m. & 1 a.m.
THE HARBOR LIGHTS features Bob Stark selling hippy bullshit & music & an environmental light show. West Jefferson & Outer Dr. in Ecorse.
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK at the Jewish Center, Curtis & Myers at 8:30 p.m.
SUNDAY, JUNE 16
AUSTRIAN UNDERGROUND The films listed June 14 of the Detroit Rep, 13103 Woodrow Wilson—but at 7:30 & 9:30.
SYMPHONY UNDER THE STARS — Valter Poole conducting in State Fair Bandshell.
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK — at the Jewish Center Curtis & Myers at 7:30 p.m.
THE BLUE ANGEL starring Marlene Dietrich at the Studio 1, 7:30 & 9:30. Student price $1.25