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Friday, April 18, 187S
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Cat t Cradle "Home Across the Road" win
perform at 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. $1
Town Hall "Brlce Feet Band" will perform
at 9 p.m. Friday. "Steve Dasset will perform at
9 pjm. Saturday. $1.50 cover charge.
The Frog and Nightgown (Raleigh)
Teddy Wilson and His Trio" wfH perform at 9
p m. Friday and Saturday.
The Pier (Raleigh) "Monroe Doctrine" will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. $3
cover charge for singles, $5 for couples.
Blueberry Hill (Durham) "Jim Barber and
the Cavellers" will perform at 9 p.m. on Friday
and Saturday. $2 cover charge, and $2
"A Woman Under the Influence" A
lacerating portrait of a woman trying to
achieve the kind of domestic happiness she
sees on television. (Alternative Cinema, at
6:30 and 9:30 p.m., Saturday in Carroll Hall, $2
in advance at the Union desk.)
"Gone With the Wind" Re-live the Civil
War. (Union flick at 8:30 p.m. today in
Memorial Hall, 50 cents.) j
"Odd Man Out" Sir Carol Reed, graduate
master of the cinematic "chase" has directed
a dandy in this 1947 film. It depicts the
desperate endeavors of a wounded man.;
(Union free flick at 6:30 and 9 p.m., Saturday
in the Great Hall.)
"Sabotage" This thriller stars Sylvia
Sidney and it is one of the rarely shown
Hitchcock's. (Union free flick at 630 and 9
p.m., Sunday in the Great Hall.)
"Shampoo" A sexual farce set in the
sixties starring Warren Beatty as a Beverly
Hills hairdresser who becomes involved with ;
his customers. (Carolina, at 3, 5, 7 and 9 p.m.,
"A Brief Vacation" Chapel Hill's third
subtitled film in a week. The story of Clara, A
Calabrian peasant, who is a factory worker in
Milan. (Varsity, at 1:35, 7 and 9 p.m., $2.25)
"Dirty Harry" Cling Eastwood plays Harry
Callaghan, a cop who does things his way.
(Plaza 1, at 5:05 and 9:05 p.m., $2.25)
"Magnum Force" a re-teaming of
Eastwood and Siegel. (Plaza 1 , at 3 and 7 p.m.,
"Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (Plaza
2, at 2:45, 4:55, 7:05 and 9:15 p.m., $2.25)
"The Prisoner of Second Avenue" (Plaza
3, at 3:10, 5:10, 7:10 and 9:10 p.m., $2.25)
"Women in Love" Ken Russell's
adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's novel. Russell
catches tike no other film-maker the sense of
an England under whose tranquil surface lie
unexpressed fears and mysteries. Starring
Glenda Jackson, Oliver Reed and Alan Bates.
(Carolina at 11:30 p.m. today and Saturday,
"Fat City" (Yorktowne)
"The Mother and the Whore" (Freewater
Films, at 7, 9:$0 and 12 p.m., Friday at the
Duke Biological Sciences Auditorium, $1.00)
"At Long Last Love" (Yorktowne)
"2001: A Space Odyssey" (Northgate)
"The Memphis Blues Caravan" will perform
at 9 p.m. Saturday in Memorial Hall.
Admission is free.
The North Carolina Piano Trio will perform
on Sunday at 4 p.m. in the B.N. Duke
Auditorium. Admission is free.
The UNC Jazz Band conducted by John
Harding will perform at 4 p.m. Sunday in
Memorial Hall. Admission is free.
Craftsmen and folk musicians will perform
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m today and Saturday on
the Duke Main Quad.
Peg Leg Sam, a South Carolina blues
player, will perform at 8:15 p.m. today in Page
Auditorium. Admission is $2.50.
"Blue Sky Boys," "Ole Belle Reed," "The
Southern Appalachian Cloggers" and
"Virgial Cravens" will perform at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday in Duke's Baldwin's Auditorium.
Admission is $2.50.
"The Dance Black Concert" will perform at
8:15 p.m. Friday, In Duke's Baldwin
Auditorium. Admission is free.
The Durham Youth Symphony Concert will
perform at 3 p.m. Saturday in Duke's Baldwin
Auditorium. Admission is free.
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Robert WstkJns will present a piano rtciUI
at 8:15 pjn. on Saturday in the East Duke
Music Room. Admission Is free.
Thja Four Orchestras of the Duke University
String School will perform at 3 pjn. on
Saturday In Baldwin Auditorium of Duke East
Campus. Admission Is free.
A Duo-Recital by Giorgio Ciompi, violinist
and Jane Hawkins pianist win be presented at
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The Carolina Haymakers will present!
Shakespeare's Twelfth Night," a fantastical
celebration of love and love's confusion at 8.
pjn. today through Sunday, and Thursday,
April 24 through Sunday April 27. Tickets may
be purchased at the Piaymsker's Business
Office, 102 Graham Memorial, or at Led better'
Pickard in downtown Chapel Hill.
The Carolina Readers are presenting an
adaptation of Euripides' "The Trojan Women"
at 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday (ralndate
Monday) on the front steps of the Morehead
"Alice Cooper The Nightmare" A
theatrical rock spectacular to be presented on ,
"Wide World: In Concert." The special is'
based on Alice's new hit album "Welcome to
My Nightmare." (At 11:30 p.m. Friday on
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His most powerful
picture in years:
& JEFF BRIDGES
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"SHAMPOO IS THE MOST VIRTUOSO EXAMPLE OF SOPHISTICATED KALEIDOSCOPIC
FARCE THAT AMERICAN MOVIEMAKERS HAVE EVER COME UP WITH.
Like the comedies that live on, it's a bigger picture in retrospect. Julie
Christie is one of those screen actresses whose every half-buried thought
smashes through . . . there's friction in each nuance. She's not only an
actress, she is in the high-class-hooker terms of her role the sexiest
woman in movies right now. Coldie Hawn is everything her admirers
have hoped for. Lee Grant is such a cool-style comedienne that she's in
danger of having people say that she's good, as usual. Jack Warden is
the biggest surprise in the cast He's both a broad cartoon and an appeal
ing character. The central performance that makes it all work is Beatty's.
I don't know anyone else who could have played it"
Pauline Kael, New Yorker Magazine
"THE LA DOLCE VITA' FOR THE 1970's.
Warren Beatty's 'Shampoo,' a double-leveled work in his Bonnie and
Clyde tradition, establishes the actor as a serious-minded film-maker
with a cool eye on our society. This is his best comedy performance to
date and his co-stars are dazzling. UndfirHal Ashby's astute direction,
"A RICH, COMPLICATE
COMEDY ABOUT THE PER
ILS OF DON JUAN-ING. To
imply that Beatty alone is responsible
for its -success is unfair to his sharp
eared co-screenwriter, Robert Towne,
his sensitive director, Hal Ashby, and
his brilliant co-stars, Julie Christie,
Coldie Hawn, Jack Warden and Lee
Grant. 'Shampoo' has become some
thing much more than an updated Don
Juan fable: a satirical account of human
disaster that is far more devastating
than that other study of disaster in Los
Charles Michener, Newsweek
" 'SHAMPOO' IS EROTIC IN EX
IN ITS APPROACH TO
CHARACTER AND BEAUTI
FULLY DIRECTED. The setting
is Beverly Hills. What does stand out,
early and late, is the quality of the per
formances. Beatty has put himself in
wonderfully fast company when he acts
with the great Jack Warden, or Lee
Grant. Julie Christie is up to the pace
and so is Goldie Hawn. In short, this is
a picture rough enough to please those
who can accept a hard look at contem-.
porary social dirt and yet good enough
not to be down-graded as mere sensa
tionalism." Archer Winsten, New York Post
"'Shampoo' is a thoughtful, even poi
gnant, portrait of a frightened man . . .
Warren Beatty has never been more
appealing. 'Shampoo' is that best of all
possible film concoctions one that
keeps us entertained while, we're see
ing it, and then, keeps us thinking about
it for a long time afterwards."
Aaron Schindler, Family Circle
"'SHAMPOO' IS A BRILLIANT,
STUDY... A VOLCANO OF A
AND HILARIOUS. Perhaps the
sharpest tone poem on Hollywood life
since George Cukor made "What Price
Hollywood?" in 1932. This is an origi
nal, deriving from no other movie made
before. It has its own truths and its own
rhythms and its own complexities and
it does not seem to be written, directed
and acted though it has been most
magnificently in all categories but
simply to exist, moment for moment,
with a life of its own. A perfect cast acts
flawlessly. I am also lost in admiration
for Hal Ashby's choreographic wizardry
and sensitive understanding of flesh
pots behavior, the mordant intelligence
behind the Towne-Beatty screenplay."
Bernard Drew, Gannett Newspapers
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"A BRITTLE DELICIOUSLY
BITCHY COMEDY. Though it be
gins as a brittle, deliciously bitchy com
edy, charting 24 hours in the life of a
horny Hollywood hairdresser named
George, 'Shampoo' soon tackles some
thing far more ambitious in effect,
the decline of Western Civilization as
witnessed in the vicinity of Beverly
Hills. Beatty, Ashby and company make
their cool, raunchy 'Shampoo' one of
the most original and outrageous
examples of fashionable back-bitting
since Julie Christie went into orbit as
Bruce Williamson, Playboy
IT IS, I THINK, ONE OF THE
MORE IMPORTANT AMERI
CAN FILMS OF THE PAST
FEW YEARS. 'Shampoo' is a ter
ribly bright and laceratingly witty rec
ollection of where we were on that win
nerless night, it's also a terribly jolting
reminder of where we've been stuck
-Frank Rich, New Times
'Shampoo is a black-tinted comedy that touches memorably and pain
fully at the roots of our moral malaise. The movie sees us clear, the way
we were, everywhere."
Judith Crist, New York Magazine
"IT IS GOING TO BE A SMASH.
I THINK IT WILL BE ONE OF
THE BIGGEST PICTURES IN
A LONG, LONG TIME. 'SHAM-
POO' is a frenzied biopsy of one strand
of salon society. SHAMPOO is stylish;
it's a cut above most Hollywood farce,
and it is streaked with laughter."
-Gene Shalit, NBC-TV
"IT IS THE FIRST UNBLINK
ING, UNBLUSHING, UNEM
BARRASSED SORTING OF
THE SOCIAL CONFUSIONS
IN WHICH WE ALL FOUND
ING IN THE LATE 1960V
'Shampoo,' as blunt as any major Holly
wood film has yet dared to be, will
E revoke shocked gasps and shrieks of
lughter for its abundance of outrage
Richard Cuskelly, L.A. Herald-Examiner
"SHAMPOO' WILL BE
WORTH STUDYING A CEN
TURY FROM NOW TO KNOW
WHAT A PART OF OUR
TIMES WAS LIKE. Its language
wipes out whatever reticences were left
in the screen's playback of life as
spoken. Its images manage fairly in
geniously to keep a few letters east of
X and yet the combination of word and
half-seen deed makes 'Shampoo' seem
more explicit than 'Last Tango in Paris'
and Warren Beatty out-reveals Marlon
Brando by a few square inches of sacro
illiac." Charles Champlin, L.A. Times
"HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO
WRITE ABOUT AN IMPOR
TANT MOVIE THAT COM
PLETELY SATISFIED ME
WITHOUT SOUNDING LIKE
A CIGARETTE AD? Shampoo'
is my favorite film so far in 1975. This
isn't just some trivialized, glamourous
look at California. 'Shampoo is a water
shed movie. It takes one shameless,
bright and decadent microcosm of U.S.
life (those gilded Jet Nothings of Bev
erly Hills) and shows us what a lot of
us were like in 1968. The acting is all
super sensational. It is both hilarious
and horrible, tough and tender. But this
movie has heart- and if the final love
scene between Warren and Julie doesn't
get to vou, then you've got none. There
are at feast twenty separate moments in
'Shampoo I'd love to talk about in de
tail but you go see it, youH find them
Liz Smith, Cosmopolitan
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IT IS THE MOST SUCCESS
FUL AMERICAN COMEDY
IN YEARS. 'Shampoo' is one of
those projects that seems to draw the
best from everyone associated with it.
The characters are so tellingly drawn
that whenever two or more faces ap
pear on the screen it has the effect of
satiric counterpoint, latter-day
Howard Kissel, Women's Wear Daily
"'SHAMPOO' IS A PERSONAL
TRIUMPH. A POLITICAL
MANIFESTO WRAPPED IN
A BREATHLESS SEX
FARCE. The movie is full of ribald
laughs, but it's real intention is the cor
ruption of power and the immorality of
affluence. 'Shampoo' is a personal
movie of a superior caliber. Under the
soft-edged, effortless style of director
Hal Ashby the performances all mesh
with graceful verve."
Joseph Gelmis, Newsday
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