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r f - .' t i '. r t . : t T t t I t I I 6F DETROIT FREE PRESSSUNDAY, DEC. 4, 1983 Ho, ho, ho! Record gifts make for a musical Christmas r W i rock pop from Page 1F The Crossing Big Country (Po-. lygram): See the Alarm and add! plaid shirts, jeans and guitars that! sound like bagpipes and reeds. Thei best debut album of the year. ! Big Chill Sound Track (Motown)J 25 No. 1 Hits from 25 Years (Mo-j town): If they're going to stick youj on a desert island with just one album, here are two leading candidates. The 25th anniversary hit set is self-explanatory. The movie sound track which, by the way, should be a two-record set incorporates a few classic non-Motown tracks. Believer Chic (Atlantic): This! group knows how to stay vital.j After a stale period, the musicians! went out for solo projects and work with David Bowie, Paul Simon and! Southside Johnny Lyon. Then they! came back for a shining example of j how they can cook when they really1 want to. 1 Infidels Bob Dylan (Colum-' bia): Un-born again, Dylan pulls his; head out of the scriptures and looks; at the world through gray-tintedj glasses. This bleak observation oft current and personal affairs is atj ; -once repulsive and intriguing, deliv-i 'ered with Dylan's poetic depth andl .heartfelt angst. Electric Universe Earth, Wind 1and Fire (Columbia): Plug in thej -planets! This is the best disc this; ; outfit has put together in quite some! time. With the help of Q Feel song-: writers Page and Fairweather, EWF' has stripped the lush string and horn jazz from Page 1F "his current band and reaches back to; ; the bedrock of blues for some of Davis' most memorable playing of these last few years. Top Drawer George Shearing and Mel Torme (Concord): Pianist - Shearing and vocalist Torme are at; ', home with each other, kicking upi their heels on "Shine Your Shoes"5 and "Hi Fly" and calling for the " handkerchiefs on "How Do You Say: Auf Weidersehen." ; Think of One Wynton Marsa-lis (Columbia): After the smoke of hype clears about how young he is and about his put downs of Miles Davis' electric work and most of the avant-garde, Marsalis is still the most dynamic new voice on the trumpet in decades. Showstopper Jamaaladeen Tacuma (Gramavision): If the hype -hasn't spread much past Marsalis, ;the fact is that jazz has a healthy ;crop of new and relatively young -voices these days. Take bass guitar-' . ist Tacuma. On his first album he; Igives most of side one over to his, -athletic notion of jazz fusion fori ;dancing. Side two ranges from a lush! chamber piece with opera diva Wil-l Ihelmeniacq Fernandez to smallj ;group blowing sessions with folks; like saxophonist Julius Hemphill and, ; "guitarist James Blood Ulmer. ' REGGAE ' Confrontation Bob Marley and MOVIE : ft : : rK : MOVIE AUDIENCE GUIDE' Motion Picture Association of America G All ages admitted General Audience PG All ages admitted Parental guidance suggested R Restricted Persons under 18 not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian X Persons under 18 not admitted ADAMS c"cus Pa'k w 1 0990 -"CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD"(R) "RETURN OF THE ALIEN"(R) LATE SHOW FRI, SAT, SUN : PLAZA 1540 Woodward WO 1 0543 Artmmmn V Of) til 1PM - ."RICHARD PRYOR HERE 1 NOW" - R) 2:35 6:15 9 55 -"BOARDING HOUSE"(R) 12:45 4:25 8:05 : RENAISSANCE 1,2,3,4 Tut. 200 3 Mrs Free Pkg. all 6pm E ol Ren ten, " Enter trom Beaubien SI or SI Antoine ::-(Ttfi5iffisiWkWi:fonl,) - " - Except Sunds 12 III 3 00 '- Jtmiter Beals "FLASHDANCE"(R) 12:05 2:05 4:00 5:55 7:55 9 W , ' ''amityville 3-d"ipg) .". (Sorry No Passes For 3-D) - - - 12:10 2:00 3:55 5:45 7:40 9:40 ' "Srnorfs" Sfiown Malinees Only - "THB SAAURF5 4 THE MAGIC FLUTE" . (Gl AAsts Onlv t iflO 1:50 3:35 5:20 T .'RistY Business" Shown Eves Only " Separate Admission Required ; 'Tom Cruise "RISKY BUSINESS"(R) Ees Only At 7:30 9:30 ' Sis Pec. : Al Pacino "Scarlace" , A NIGHT IN HEAVE N"(R) . 12:15 2fl0 3:45 5:40 7:30 9:25 .Sts 179: Clint Eastwood "Sudden Impact" mm ' IRRFV 1 9 14 b88 0881 14 Mi i 1 75 ADDtl l-i-M Across from Oakland Mall AAatlnees Mon.-Frl. 1 Show I P M All Seals 12 Sean (James Bondl Connery . "NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN"(PG) ; 12:45 3:00 5:15 7:25 9:45 .-. (In Dolby Sound i 3-0) ' "AMITYVILLE J-D"(PG) 1:00 2:45 4:25 6:10 7:45 9:35 ' . - (Sorry No Passes For 3-D) Sf5 Dec. 9: Al Pacino "Surface" ' - . "Smurfs" Shown Walinees Onlv THE SMURFS I THE MAGIC FLUTE" .. - - l&l U H i n 4:10 5:55 " -'KKky Buslneu" Shown Eves Only u 6jwrt Arimllnn Reaulred! -I -Tom Cruise RISKY BUSpSS"(R) eves uniy m r.w r.03 Sts 129: Clint Eastwood "Sudden Impact" Jennifer Beals "FLASHDANCE"(R) 1:20 3:25 5:30 7:35 9:30 arrangements from its sound for a grittier, funkier approach that returns to the joyfulness of the group'sj early days. An Innocent Man Billy Joel: (Columbia): In which our favorite! piano man instructs all young men on the art of luring and keeping women. Hey, he's dating Christie Brinklev, so he must know some thing. At turned in a period songs, heartfelt tributes to! Sam & Dave, Frankie Valli and oth-j ers of the genre. Uh-Huh John Cougar Mellen-i camp (Riva): Fer sure. The American! Fool sheds his pop punkhood for a; matured, insightful stance. The music sounds like the Stones, and the' lyrics sound like Charles Kuralt in! rock Y roll disguise. May Cougar: fight authority forever. Synchronicity The Police; (A&M): As a stocking stuffer, this one's both a safe bet and a risk. It's safe to assume anyone with taste should like it, but it's risky to think that after four hit singles and a long stay at someone with taste doesn t have iti already. Undercover Rolling Stones (Rolling Stone): It's bloody. It's aggressive. It's committed. And it's adventurous. Those, by the way, are the elements of the best Stones' albums. j Hearts and Bones Paul Simonj (Warner Bros.): Angst, anger and anj endless search for inner-peace. The new spouse of Princess Leia, Simoni battles the Darth Vaders of the con-j science to an intriguing and melodious victory. the Wailers (Island): A final remind-l er of how futile it is to ask who the; next Marley will be. Reggae may; find another Marley-sized superstar,! but not another Marley. His posthu-, mously released LP seems rough in spots. But overall, it is an album about commitment and struggle that! bears up to repeated listening. i Roots, Radics, Rockers, Reggae; Bunny Wailer (Shanachie): After the original three members of thej Wailers went their own ways withj their first taste of international fame, Bunny Wailer slowly faded' back to the hills of Jamaica while1 Marley and Peter Tosh trotted the globe. Out of his withdrawal though, Wailer has found his own; unique voice and sound. i The Power and the Glory j Jimmy Cliff (Columbia): Cliff goes' through all the right moves to court) the market that made the marginally! reggae sounding "Reggae Dancing"; by Kool and the Gang the biggest reggae hit of the last couple of years.' But for all its pop aspirations, the; album retains Cliff's personality. BLUES Blues'N'Jazz B.B. King (MCA): Last time out, the folks at, MCA tried to recast King as a croon-i er-of-standards like Willie Nelson' and came up with one of his least successful albums ever. This time, it's back to the kind of blues and jumping jazz in which King and his guitar, Lucille, can have a good time and blow their tops with a rowdy big band. GUIDE 8B ACADEMY TWIN CINEMAS On Crescent Lake M.. H blk. N. of M 59 , lust 3 Miles W ot Telecraph 674 0469 WHERE MOVIES COST LESSI "AMITYVILLE IjT'(PG) In Color 115 4:25 7:35 10-45 "CURSE OF THE LIVING DEAD" (R)ln Color 3:05 6:15 9:25 1. Dan Aykrovd "DR. DETROIT" (R) In Color 104) 5:55 10 55 2 "SPRING BREAK"(R) 2:30 7:30 3. Svlvesier Stallone "FIRST BLOOD" (R) In Color 4:15 9:15-3 Features ALLEN PARK TRIPLE JM" All Seals 12 00 Until 530 "AMITYVILLE 3-D"(PG) 1:25 3:25 5:30 7:35 9:40 "THE GOLDEN SEAL"(PG) "RICHARD P$YOR HEVi NOW" (R) 1:35 3:30 5:30 7 40 9:40 Gift Tickets Now On Sale AMERICANA COMPLEX mm Richard Pryor-LATE SHOW TONIGHT Bargain Matinees Seals $2 00 III 5:30 "THE GOLDEN SEAL"(PG) 1:05 3:00 5 00 Sis Frl, 129: "Suddm Knpici" "WCHAR?RPWfN0W" "RETURN OF THE JEDI"(PG) 1:25 3 55 7:20 9:40 "THE BIG CHILL"IR) 1:15 3:15 5:10 7:35 9:35 1:20 3:45 7:15 9:40 Sts Fri, 129: "Chrlsffne" "AMITYVILLE J-D"(PG) 1.05 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 Sis Frl, 129: "Yenfl" Gift Tickets Now On Sale the very least, he has wonderful collection of the top of the charts ! AMERICANA 1ST Bargain AAallnees Until 5:35 'THE BIG CHILL"(R) 1:30 3:30 5J5 7:40 9:50 Starts Frl, 129: "Yenfl" 7:30 9:30 Slarts Frl, 129: "Christine" Sean Connery Is James Bond "A NIGHT IN HEAVE N"(R) 1:25 3:10 4:50 7:05 8:40 10:15 Slarts Frl, 129: "Scarface" Gift Tickets Now On Sale BERKLEY wl2Mlut ALL SEATS Jl.00 AT ALL TIMES Robert Duvall In a Superb Drama 'TOmso"ipG CAMELOT W barren Miller Road All Seats tl.25 At All Times "MR. rAOWHPG) 2:55 6:M 10:05 "PORKY'SIHRI 1:05 4:40 8:15 CINEMAS GENERAL CINEMA THEATRES BARGAIN MATINEE EVERYDAY J? 00 FOR ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6 00 CINEMA-LIVONIA MALL 'THE BIG CHILL"(R) 12:10 2:50 5:10 7:30 9:50 "A CHRISTMAS STORY"(PG) 12:20 2:35 4:55 7:15 9 25 CINEMA-MACOMB MALL 294 1900 'THE SMURFS 4 THE MAGIC FLUTE" 1:30 3:30 5:20 7:30 9:30 . 'THE BIG CHILL"(R) 100 3 15 5.30 7:45 9:50 CINEMA-SOMERSET INN 643 6744 "EDUCATING RITA"(PG) ., 1:00 3J0 5:20 7.30 9:40 "A CHRISTMAS StORY"(PG) 1:15 3:15 5:25 7:25 9:20 "DEAL OF THE CENTURY"(PG) 1:15 3:20 5:20 7:30 9:30 CINEMA-CITY WARREN "000 E 8 MILE at SCHOENHERR "A CHRISTMAS STORY"(PG) 1:15 3:15 5:20 7:20 9:15 "A NIGHT IN HEAVE N"(R) 1:00 3:10 5:20 7:20 9:30 "RIC2?:4TO5l:4R4f,'40NOW" "THE BIG CHILL"(R) l-W 3:10 5:20 7:30 9:40 CIVIC-DETROIT 1-2-3 " 1- "CITY OF THE WALKINGDEAD" (R) m, 2:40, 4:20, 6:00,7:40, 920 2- "DEAL OF THE CENTURY"! PGI 1:00 . 2:40, 4:20, 6:00, 7:40, 9:20 3-"GANDHI"(PG) 1:00, 4:15, 7:30 Carol T. Who's who? Who's new? Who's wooing1 who? Carol T. knows. classics from Page IF Partita (the latter includes the famous D-Minor Chaconne as its final movement) with brilliant conviction. Glenn Gould's Brahms - (CBS IM-37800): The late Canadian pianist displays little eccentricity and profound artistic insight in these performances, recorded shortly before his death. Home at La Scala - (CBS M-37819): Here is one of the grandest voices of the century, performing at its peak in a live recital at Milan's La Scala that is exceptional in every detail. This is the best single recording I heard all year. i M IMil MICE PLUS THE ORIGINAL DEVIL IN MISS JONES wstm 2 XXX MOVIES ti RATED XXX MISBEHAVIN '"' m 1 fi j Hi"'''"-1 2ND BIG WEEK FIRST IN SPORIY FIRST IN FEATURtS. DEARBORN ftKSW All Shows til 6 P.M. 12.00 "ALL THE RIGHT MOVES"(R) 200 3:45 5:30 7:15 9:00 "CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD"(R) I SO 3:30 5:10 6:45 8:20 10:00 "NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN"(PG) 2:15 4:40 7:10 9:30 Different Times Monday-All Theatres III) 1.9 Eastland Ctr 886 7222 LflOILnnU W Vernier (8 Mi IBeaconsl'ld Com. Matinees Dally Ihru Jan. 2 All Seals S2 til 5:30 "TERMS?J5E4:MNT"(PG) "Smurfs" Shown Matinees Only 'THE SMURFS A THE MAGIC FLUTE" (G) Mats Only at 12:45 2:25 4:10 5:55 "Risky Business" Shown Eves Only Separate Admission Required Tom Cruise "RISKY BUSINESS (R) Eves Only Al 7:40 9:35 EASTOWN 8041 Harper 925-9292 SUNDAY SPFi UAL Sl.u 'THE BIG tTOOF"(BI i,n om "ONE DOWN TWO TO 60"(R) Sun 7:15 EASTWOOD Mmtm Adults $1.50- Children 75 Dudley Moore "ROMANTIC COMEDY" (PG) 3:00, i:00, 7:00, 9:05 ESQUIRE 15311 E Jefferson 822-2870 Grosse Pninte Park Three Stooges Film Festival 1:00, 2:15, 3:30, 10:30 P.M. "GREY FOX"(PG) 5:00, 7:00, 8:45 rilDllNF 1 9 23830 Ford Rd corner inlranllL l-L ol feleiraph 561-7200 Com. Mallnees Dally Ihru Jan. 2 All Seats )? Ill 5 30 "Smurfs" Shown Matinees Only 'THE SMURFS THE MAGIC FLUTE" G) Mats Only al 12:45 2:25 4:10 5:55 "Risky Business" Shown Eves Only Separate Admission Required Tom Cruise "RISKY BUSINESSr'(R) Eves Onlv Al 7:40 9:35 FARMINGTON CIVIC ASM All Seals 11.25 - OR 4-1951 'MR. MOM"(PG) 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 HAMPTONS W Bargain Mat snows Betore i m n.w "THE GOLDEN SEAL"(PG) 1:25 3:20 5:20 7:15 9:15 "A NIGHT IN HEAVEN"(R) 1:25 3:10 4-50 7:05 8:40 10:15 "THE BIG CHILLER) 1:30 3:30 5:35 7:40 9:45 Sean Connery Is James Bond "NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN"(PG) 1:25 3:55 7:05 9:40 Gift Tickets Now On Sale HILLS 414 Rochester Rd Main Sired) 6518311 nnannees - All seats si. 50 "SMURFSMAGIC FLUTE"(G) 1:00 3:00 Rorinnv DiinaflrflAlri "EASY MONEYR) 7:30 9:20 HURON 941 W Huron 681-2191 "THE GOLDEN SEAL"(PG doi-sun j:w, rw "THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER" (PG) Sal-Sun 1:00, 5:00, 9:00 KEEGO TWIN CINEMAS .iffl i NEW THEATRES-REOPEN FRI, 1223 V" f HIT' ADULT RATED XXX""'! I TRAMP I sIIIIh: m. mm i mm) LAPARISIENU2f0bel, All Shows til 6 P.M. 12 00 "AMITYVILLE 3-D"(PG) 1:45 3:45 5:45 7:45 9:45 "FANNY t ALEXANDERS) 1:15 4:40 8:00 Different Times Monday-Bolh Theatres MAIKAI "nSns0" Bargain Mallnees 52.00 Until 5:30 PM "GOLDEN SEAL"(PG) 1:25 3:20 5:20 "MR. MOM"(PG) 7:40 9:30 Gift Tickets Now On Sale 1-2 (Royal Oak) Mam-11 Mile FrwPark nt 542 0181) Adults 3.50-Kids & Seniors S1.75 FANNY ft ALcaANDcR IK) 12:00 4:15 8:15 All Seals 11.75 til 6 P.M. "A CHRISTMAS STORY"(PG) 12:10 2:00 3:50 5:40 7:30 9:20 MAP M. 7.3 W. Maple Rd.. 600 It IflirLt I'L'i w ol Teletraph Rd. Blpomlield Shopping Pla;a 855 9090 Sal t Sun Mais 1st Show Only S2 III Capacltvl "A Masterpiece! A Must See Movie!" - Susan Slark "THE GREY FOX"(PG) 1:25 3:25 5:20 7:20 9:20 "A Movie You Will Lose Your Heart To..." - Judith Crlsl "LONELY HEARTS"(R) l:ISH0 5:25 7:40 5:30 James Stewart, Grace Kelly In Alfred Hitchcock's Classic "REAR WINDOW'(PG) 1:00 3:10 5:20 7:30 9:40 MERCURY Schael6 Mile 862-8100 SPECIAL FAMILY MATS SAT S. SUN DOORS OPEN 12:45 - ALL SEATS $1.00 FOR KIDDIE MATINEE ONLY Robin Williams "POPEYE"(G Shown Al 1:00 3:25 Only (Please See Ad Below) "CITY OF WALKING DEAD"IR) 5:50 9:05 "RETURN OF THE ALIENS"(R) 7:35 10:45 Commerce Rd, SS57290 "THE GOLDEN SEAL (PG) 4:00, 5:45, 7:30 NORTHGATE CINEMA 1,2.3 542-7888, Cambridge Mall, 9 Mile i 1-75 Doors Open Sal 4 Sun 11:30 A.M. S1.7S until 5:00 PM. I. "CRAZY FIST EXECUTIONER"(R) 12:10, 3:35.7:00, 10:25 "KUNG FU BRAWL BUSTERS"(R) 1:50, 5:15, 8:40 II. "CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD"(R) 1:30, 4:35, 7:40, 10:45 "RETURN OF THE ALIEN"(R) 12:00, 3:05, 6:10, 9:15 III. "IRRESISTIBLE"(RI 1:25, 4:25 7:25, 10:25 "SOPHOMORE SENSATION" (R) 12:00, 3:00, 6:00, 9:00 NORTHLAND 1-2 NfliclLH "Smurfs" Shown Wed, Sal, Sun Mallnees Only "THE SMURFS 4 THE MAGIC FLUTE" (G) Mais Onlv lit 12:45 2:20 4:00 5:40 "Risky Business" Shown Eves Only Separate Admission Required Tom Cruise "RISKY BUSINESS7'(R) Eves Only At 7:25 9:25 Jennifer Beals "FLASHDANCE"(R) 1:20 3:25 5:30 7:40 9:45 Sis Dec. 9: Malinees Daily Al Pacino Is "Scarface" Ives' Second Symphony (CBS IM-37300): Michael Tilson Thomas leads Amsterdam's Con-certgebouw. Orchestra through this American classic with gusto as well as reverence, two qualities that perfectly suit Ives' unique musical style. Karajan's Mahler Fourth (DG 2531-205): Karajan brings mature joy to Mahler's sunniest symphony, and soprano Edith Mathis and Karajan's Berlin Philharmonic translate his conductori-al wishes beautifully. Kremer and Muti Play Schumann and Sibelius (Angel DS-37957): The unduly neglected Schumann Violin Concerto gets its artistic due from Kremer, Muti and London's Philharmonia, while STARTS FRIDAY at MDDUUrCT Grand River-Fenkell-Mhfield nUHlTLjl 838 1030 Lighted Free Parking ALL SEATS 11.00 AT ALL TIMES Eddie Murphy, Dan Aykroyd "TRADING PLACES"(R) 1:30 3:35 5:40 7:45 9:50 n n npruipn nn owa-diMd VLV VMVIinill l.LVV lust North nl 1-696 412 Mi. Rd 553-2210 Cora. Mallnees Dally Ihru Jan. 2 All Seals S2 til 5:30 "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT"(PG) 1:35 4:25 7:30 9:50 "Smurfs" Shown Mallnees Only "THE SMURFS i THE MAGIC FLUTE" (G) 12:45 2:25 4:10 5:55 "Right Stuff" Shown al Eves Only Separate Admission Required "THE RIGHT STUFF"(PG) Eves Only at 7:45 Tom ("Risky Business") Cruise "ALL THE RIGHT MOVES"(R) 1:20 3:20 5:20 7:25 9:25 Sis Dec. 9: Al Pacino "Scarface" DfNN Penniman al Main in Downtown I tllll Plymouth Gl 3 0870 Open 2:30 - All Seals S1.50 "BRAINSTORfW'(PG) 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 PUNCH & JUDY 21FG7i6r "PLAY IT AGAIN SAM"(PG) 5:30, 9:00 "CASABLANCA" 7:05, 10:35 Double Feature Admission 13.00 fl flUinft Wa,ne i Warren Rds UyUlnUlO 425 7700 or 261 8900 Theatre Gift Books S. Dinner t Movie Gift Certificates Now On Sale All Shows III 6 P M. 12 00 "TERMS Of ENDEARMENT"(PG) 1:25 4:15 7:00 9:20 "ANIGHT IN HEAVEN"(R) 2:00 3:50 5:40 7:30 9:20 'THE RIGHT STUFF"(PG) 1:00 4:30 8 00 'THE BIG CHILL"(R) 1:30 3:35 5:40 7:40 9:40 "A CHRISTMAS STORY"(PG) No Passes 12:50 3:00 5:10 7:15 9:15 Different Times Monday-All Theatres Theatre Goers Special Sun-Thurs A complete dinner t, movie (5.95 Per person, for resv. 261-4530, open 5 p.m. RflFlI 1 F Utica at Gradot 776 1313 nUdLillil Between 11 S 12 Mile Adm. J2 00 - KldsSenlors 11.00 "CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD" (R) 5:15, 8:35 plus "RETURN OF THE ALIENS"(R) 7:00 only SHORES 9 Mile (Mack 7)56800 Adults 12.00 Kids i Seniors 11.00 "DEAL OF THE CENTURY"(PG) 1:30 7:00 9:00 T 1 9 9 Fort St al Sibley Rd. Seals 12 00 1st 2 Shows "CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD" (R) 1:35 3:25 7:25 9:15 "A CHRISTMAS STQRY"(PG) 1:20 3:20 7:10 9:10 "DEAL OF THE CENTURY"! PG) 1:30 3:30 7:20 9:20 SOUTHGATE 1,11,111 tttjp, Bargain Mallnees Seals S2.00 111 5:30 "THE BIG CHILL"(R) 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:35 9:40 Sean Connery Is James Bond "NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN"(PG) 1:25 3:55 7:25 9:50 "ALL THE RIGHT MOVES"(R) 1:05 2:50 4:3 5 6:2 5 8:15 10:05 Gill Tickets Now On Sale these THEATRES I SHOWCASE CINEMAS Bargain Mats $2 00 1st Show Only Tuesday Dollar Days All Shows Except "RIGHT STUFF" All Theatres BEACON EAST 1 & 2 IfeM 1:45 4:30 7:15 9:45 "ALL THE RIGHT MOVES"(R) 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 For Viewing Rm. Reservations Call Mgr. SHOWCASE PONTIAC 1-2-3-4-5 Telegraph al Square Lake Rd. 332 024 1 West Side ot Telepraph "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT"(PG) 1:30 4:30 7:15 9:45 "ALL THE RIGHT MOVES"(R) 1:45 3:45 5:45 7:45 9:55 "NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN"(PG) 1:50 4:30 7:15 9:45 "THE BIG CHILL"(R) 1:35 3:35 5:35 7:35 9:35 "RISKY BUSINESS"(R) 1:45 3:45 5:45 7:45 9:50 SHOWCASE PONTIAC 6-7-8-9-10 2405 Telegraph Road, Ponliac East Side ot Telegraph 334-6777 "A NIGHT iff HEAVEN"(R) 1:30 3:25 5:20 7:15 9:20 "EDUCATING RITA"(PG) 2:00 4:30 7:25 9:40 "RIGHT STUFF"(PG) 1:00 4:30 8:00 "CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD" (R) 1:45 3 45 5:45 7:45 9:45 "DEAL OF THE CENTURY"(PG) 1:15 3:15 5:15 7:35 9 45 SHOWCASE STERLING HTS. 1-11 Van Dyke 1 15 Mrie 979 3160 "NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN"(PG) 1:30 4:30 7:10 9:45 "FRIGHTMARE"(RI 1:20 3:20 5:20 7:20 9:15 "ALL THE RIGHT MOVES"(R) 1:15 3:15 5:15 7:20 9:40 Richard Pryor "HERE t NOW'(R) 1:45 3:45 5:45 7:45 9:50 "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT"(PG) 1:30 4 30 7 15 945 "CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD" (R) 1:00 3:05 5:10 7:15 9:20 "RIGHT STUFF"(PG) 1:00 4 30 8:00 "A NIGHT IN HEAVEN"(R) 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 "A CHRISTMAS STORY"(PG) 1:05 3:10 5:10 7:15 9:25 "DEAD ZONE"(R) 1:10 3:15 5:25 7:40 9:55 "BIG CHILL"(R) 1:15 3:20 5:30 8:00 10:10 SUMMIT PLACE CINEMAS Elizabeth Lake Rd Telegraph Rd 682 5544 "DEAD 20NE"(R) 2:00 4:30 7:15 9:20 Richard Pryor "HERE I NOW"(R) 1:45 3:45 5:45 7:35 9:30 "A CHRISTMAS STORY"(PG) 1:45 3:40 5:30 7:20 9:20 SOUTHLAND 1-2 MSM Cont. Mats Dally All Seats 2 til 5:30 "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT"(PG) 12:15 2:35 5:00 7:25 9:45 "Smurfs" Shown Mallnees Only 'THE SMURFS A THE MAGIC FLUTE" (G) Mats Only at 12:00 1:45 3:30 5:15 "Risky Business" Shown Eves Only Separate Admission Required . Tom Cruise "RISKY BUSINESS"(R) Eves Only At 7:40 9:30 OPENING SOON - ALL NEW SOUTHLAND 3 8, 4 THEATRES SOUTH LYON 'M"eM "GOLDEN SEAL"(PG) 7:30 only the oft-played Sibelius sounds fresh and new. Michelangeli's "Emperor" - (DG 2531-385): In a performance recorded live, the patrician Italian pianist Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli gives us a regal, spellbinding reading of Beethoven's Fifth Concerto, ably backed up by Carlo Maria Giulini and the Vienna Symphony. Muti's Mozart - (Angel DSCX-3940): "Cosi fan tutte" is a comic opera that can sound like a stale joke in the wrong hands. Muti and his cast, among them Kathleen Battle and Agnes Baltsa, inject happy vitality into its measures in this version, recorded live during a performance at the Salzburg Festival. MARTIN BREGMAN A R HOP MARTIN BREG i. .1 ne-ii 1 F. -n. R sHl MJTHACK AVAILABLE IX MCA RECORDS AND CASSETTES A UNIVERSAL PICTUREREAD THE BERKLEY BOOK. STATE-WAYNEIJIIwSS This Engagement Seats $1.75 At All Times 'THE SMURFS THE MAGIC FLUTE" (G) 1:30 3:00 4:30 6:00 7:30 9:00 All Seals $1.2 At All Times "MR. 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