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9 ft re- MOVIES Unions Censure Wilson Policies Brighton, England, Sept. 6 (UPI) Britain's Trades Union Film World of Bob Dylan RADIO CITY MUSIC" HALL By KATHLEEN CARROLL Congress, the 8.7 million mem ber body which has been a power SHOWPLACi OP THE NATION ful pillar of support for the Labor Government, today cen sured Prime Minister Harold Wilson's economic policies. The vote reflected a snowballing revolt against soaring unemploy Will the real Bob Dylan please come back. "Don't Look Back," a cinema verite stripteaser at the 34th St. East Theatre, can only drop tantalizing hints of 'what makes the inventor of folk rock run.

Filmmaker Donn Alan Penne-baker, tagging along on Dylan's '65 tour of England, skims the surface of the shaggy haired world of ihis minstrel with a special message for the drop out generation. The camera spies on ment and living costs and against the government wage freeze. lllllHIIIWMiri'il "An amusing, poignant film! Swiftly moving, realistic it is beautifully balanced with engrossing contemporary material and excellent performances!" BOSLEV CROWTHER, N.Y. TIMES "A RARE FILM at onrje, a comic and touching thing. AH brilliantly cast.

Dennis fulfills the promise everyone has sensed in ausazwe JOSEPH E. LEViNE Presents TSJVJES, plus CaOR -to BnbassyPttfes Release Bob Dylan faces. There's Dylan in a temper firing off four-letter words, Dylan 'Where The Bullets Fly HAS5U UwftfRCt.ll THE NEW RKO TWIN "SUPERIOR! AN ENTERTAINMENT OF HIGH SPIRITS!" "BRAVO! A HOST OF MEMORABLE PERFORMANCES!" on the defensive fencing with a reporter; or Dylan on a crusade knocking Time magazine. "Don't Look Back," a Lea-cock Pennebaker release. Produced by Albert Grossman, John Court and Leacock-Pen-.

nebaker Inc. Filmed during Bob Dylan's 1965 concert tour of England. Presented at the 34th St. East Theatre. Running time: 1 hour, 30 minutes.

the camp followers described by a reporter as "the girls with lank hair and undertaker makeup." At a first glimpse of Dylan one cf their number chirps: "He's homely." Later a gasp from the same girl: "Me dream's come true." MAKING THE DYLAN scene bas its moments: his manager Albert Grossman being all-manager hovering over his client; and fellow singer, Joan Baez, breaking everyone up making funny TIMS MAGAZINE CUE MAGAZINE For further reference there's Dylan being modest: "I just play WANMATTAH 23 Cinema n.r It COLISEUM 86th ST. KOOKLYM ALBEE OUCINS ALDEN JAMAICA KEITH'S FLUSHING KEITH'S KICK. HILL WCSTCHCSTflf a or Dylans real surprise upon learning the English press has labeled him an anar Fulton A DKIb MT.VERN0N KENMORE chist because, Grossman explains: "You offer no solutions." NEW R0CH. WH. PLAINS YONKERS HAS pre FORDHAM PROSPECT ROYAL MADISON CASTLE KILL BUSHWICK sented the many sides of Bob Dylan within a rather hazy focus, There is nothing of the sting of a previous short film of the same type.

"Lonely Boy," that 'ROGER CORMAN BEST PICTURE!" featured Paul Anka. Those searching for some explanation of the Dylan mystique, especially CINEMA STUDIO ESSEX SELWYN 42nd ST. SYMPHONY AVENUE B0R0 PARK MAH0PAC DRIVE IN PARAMOUNT TRIANGLE nnm BOULEVARD QUEENS TRieCROiuli TRYLONg '-WM BEACONlvov-iSA BELAIR i GRAND AVE. CINEMA HEMPSTEAD HICKSVILLE LIDOtttEcKk STUDIO Ittot EEZ2J RIALTOw PARAMOUNT eisa now that a motorcycle accident has turned him into a hermit, will be disappointed. lie remains as elusive as ever.

As a documentary the film does net receive a star rating. Sj vQKj i 'lv'i DOB DYLAN MELBA COLOR PETER FONDA SUSAN SIHC1 i ATunt AT SOMf THI ATRt S-CMf CH IOC At THCATM MS 7 i STRASBERG -ft Starring Academy Award Inner Julie's back and look who's with her! BEST ACTRESS-MOSCOW FILM FEST1VAI THE TRIP from th beginning! VMTE-AJJ SORREL EOOKE-RCi" FOOLE i FWULA ROBERT MjUJGAS TAD fOStL-Bi r.UF.VA'J-TjaoierwMNai!ios.-jmiiAaTj tS CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES DONT LOOK BACK St UA RIVOLI A ilm 6j 0 A. Pennetaer Playhouse liMdnr 1 4k St. I BctMtii III 2r4 fctt. OMU3 I WM304 THE 34-5l 00 11 00 5 lb.

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S. 10 J.VMKS GARNER-ANDREWS MKI.VYN JAM KS DOLTiLAS-COBL'RN a MARTIN RANSOHOFF PRODUCTION ON THE GREAT STAGE Sparkling fun, produced by Russell Alarkeit with musical direction by Will Irwin entire Music Hall Ensemble in "Court of Jewels" spectacle and Rudy Manchaca of the New York City Opera as guest soloists with the Ballet Company in "Dance cf the choreography by Thomas Andrew. famed Rockettes juggling antics by Rudy Cardenas guest 'Speaks Clearly an(A Truly to a Whole New Generation!" Vfvsveer Magazine i fcnOMRS Production BOLD AND BRASSY, BRUTAL AND BRILLIANT!" Kafnieen Ctrroll, N. Y. Cjily News "EXCELLENT!" Judith Crist Today Show THl COMPLETELY fpVrORUM47thSt.iV;0 JCTClGRENr7JlEWn(! Fllli Piau Mil si SPECIAL LIMITED ENGAGEMENT BOTH WALTER READE THEATRES irnBrraiULQ UJJ 47it St.

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