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    4 Weekender Friday, October 21, 1977
cinema
On-Campus
Shall We Dance (1937) - The seventh
picture that Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
made together. This time they even dance on
roller skates. Score by the brothers
Gershwin. At 7 and 9:30 p.m. Friday in
Carroll Hall. Free with ID.
Intolerance, D. W. Griffith (1916) A
cornerstone of American cinema. Griffith
tells four tales one modern, one Judean,
one Babylonian and one medieval of
persecution by the corrupt, unsympathetic
and hypocritical. Starring Lillian Gishr
Robert Harron, Miriam Cooper, and over
60,000 extras. At 7 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday in
Carroll Hall with ID.
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Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) - The
classic story of the crew of a British warship
as they mutiny in the South Seas, setting
Captain Bligh and his friends adrift in a
small boat. Starring Charles Laughton'and
Clark Gable. At 7 and 9:30 p.m. Sunday in
Carroll Hall. Free with ID.
Duke University
Little Big Man Starring Dustin
Hoffman, Faye Dunaway. The life of a
fictional American Everyman, Jack Crabb.
He is the last survivor of Custer's last stand,
mule skinner, town drunk and gunfighter.
One of Hoffman's greatest triumphs. In the
' Biological Sciences Auditorium. At 7, 9:30
and midnight Friday. Admission Jl.
Rocky - Academy Award-winning
Cinderella story about an obscure
Philadelphia boxer who is given a chance to
succeed. Sylvester Stallone and Talia Shire
give memorable performances packed full of
energy and raw courage. At 7 and 9:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday in Page Auditorium.
Admission SI.
Chapel Hill
Carolina Twin - The Maltese Falcon.
This cinematic masterpiece starring
Humphrey Bogart is showing for one week
only for the discount price of $2.
Carolina Twin Rabid. Thrill to the
horrors of hydrophobia, if disease is your
thing. Call 942-306I for Carolina show
times.
Late Show Carolina - Murder by Death
and Shampoo. Two recent favorites come
to town at 1 1:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Plaza I - The Last Remake ot Beau
Geste. Marty Feldman's latest comedy.
Also starring Michael York.
Plaza II - Kentucky Fried Movie. A
highly acclaimed new release.
Plaza III A Piece of the Action.
Starring Bill Cosby and Sidney Poiter.
Ram I Oh GODI George Burns and
John Denver.
Ram II - The First Nudie Musical -starring
Cindy Williams.
theatre
Equus - The Playmakers Repertory
Theatre presents Peter Shaffer's Tony
Award-winning play which revolves around
the psychiatric treatment of a boy who has
blinded brutally six horses. Shows at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets available in Graham Memorial.
Counting the Ways - Two new one-act
plays by Puliter Prize-winning playwright
Edward Albee. At 8:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday nights at the Gallery Theatre of the
Carrboro Art School. For information call
942-2041.
South Pacific - This favorite South Seas
romantic musical continues for another
weekend at Raleigh's Village Dinner
Theatre. Call 1-506-8343 for information.
The Firebugs - Presented by the Duke
Players at 8: 15 p.m. Friday through Sunday
in Branson Theatre of Duke University (East
Campus).
Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope - This
Broadway hit musical revue, featuring rock,
calypso and ballad, will be presented in
Durham at N.C. Central University Theatre
at S: 1 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and
Sunday at 3:15 p.m.
The Little Foxes - This compelling story
is sibling rivalries is playing at N.C. State
University Thompson Theatre at 8 p.m.
Friday through Sunday.
Guys and Dolls - This Broadway classic
capturing the flavor of big-city life plays at 8
p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Raleigh
Little Theatre. Box office 821-31 1 1.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow - At
Raleigh's Pullen Park Children's Theatre
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The Classics
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Oct 20 Tonight And Emy Night
Oct. 23 Come Girl
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No. 9 Knock On Any Door
No. 13 Tha Cain Mutiny
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No. 23 HI Gal Friday
No. 27 Tha Awful Truth
No. 30 Tea. 01 Tha Town
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Star
Rita HayworthJanet Blar
Rita HayworthGene Kerry
Rita HayworthDouglas Fairbanks Jr.
WiUnm Hokfertttarbara Stanwyck
Humphrey Bogartflod Stager
Humphrey BogarVUoyd Bridges
Humphrey BogarV John Derek
Humphrey BogartJose Ferrer
William HoktNVAlec Guineas
Rita HaywortiGlenn Ford
Cary Grantflosalind Russell
Cary GranVkene Dunne
Cary Grant Jean Arthur
Spencer TracyKatharine Hepburn
Director
Victor Sav
Charles Vidor
Ben Hecht
Reuben Mamouiian
MarkRobaon
ZoltanKorda
Nicholas Ray
Edward Dmytryk
David Lean
Charles Vidor
Howard Hawks
Leo McCarey
George Stevens
Stanley Kramer
Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. At 4 p.m.
both days, the Puppets in the Park will
present the" 101st Dragon." For information
call 755-6058.
East Lynne - The Greensboro
Community Theatre presents this
melodrama in a serious style, much the same
as it might have been done when it was
written in the newly renovated Carolina
Theatre. Shows Friday and Saturday nights
only in the newly renovated Carolina
Theatre, 310 S. Greene St. Box office 274
9612. television
Friday
Consumer Survival Kit - Tonight's
program gives tips on photographic
equipment. At 7 p.m. on Channel 4.
W. W. and the Dixie Dancekings Burt
Reynolds joins forces with a country music
band to outfox a powerful oil company.
Oscar-winning director John Avildsen
(ROCKY), directs this light-hearted romp.
Other stars include Art Carney, and Ned
Beatty. At 9 p.m. on Channel 5.
Equal Justice Under The Law -Tonight
a dramatization recreating the trial of Aaron
Burr. At 10 p.m. on Channel 4.
Saturday
College Football - The Southern
California Trojans travel to Notre Dame to
take on the Fighting Irish. At 1:45 p.m. on
Channel 5.
Once Upon a Classic - This excellent
not-for-children-only series continues with
the adventures of Robin Hood. At 7 p.m. on
Channel 4.
Little Big Man - Director Arthur Penn's
slightly different view of the west becomes a
classic through the superb acting of Dustin
Hoffman, Chief Dan George and Faye
Dunaway. At 8 p.m. on Channel 28.
American Short Story - Stephen Crane's
mysterious "Trie Blue Hotel" is shown
tonight. Crane's story about a stranger who
foresees his own death is filled with excellent
characteriations. At 9 p.m. on Channel. 4.
Sunday
NFL Football - The New York Giants
meet the Redskins in Washington at I p.m.
on Channel II; The Miami Dolphins play
host to the Seattle Seahawks at I p.m. on
Channel 28; Baltimore at New England at 4
p.m. on Channel 28.
Tie on a
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Don't let that "tractor-like" bottom
fool you. This rugged good sport is
high on fashion but low on weight.
It has double-stitched leather welting
and decorative white cable stitch
detailing. And the sole is cushiony
crepe. Branded on the side, the
famous OldMaine Trotters sulky.
Rosewood Rawhide $32.00i
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