the screen

LISTINGS

Dirty Harry, a fast moving justification of tough cops for law and order buffs, starring Clint Eastwood. Harvard Square, 2, 6, 9:55. With Paul Newman as Cool Hand Luke, 3:45, 7:45.

Ikiru Battle Theatre, 5:30, 9:30. With Virldana, 7:55 and weekend matinee at 4.

Day of Reces, a Mara Brothers fiasco, Orson Wells 4, 7:30, 11:15. With Night at the Opera, 5.50, 9:30.

Alice's Restaurant, Arlo Guthrie, Quincy Dining Hall, 8 and 10, April 21, 22, 23. $1.25

Frankenstein, starring Boris Karlott, Lehman Hall, 8 and 10, April 21 and 22. $1.

Wuthering Heights, with Laurence Olivier. Baker 100, 8, April 20: 8 and 10. April 21. $1.00

Rio Lobo, with John Wayne. Baker 100.8 and 10 April 22:8 only April 23. $1.

Une Partle de Compagne by Jean Renoir, and Alain Resnais' Les statues Meurent Aussl. Winthrop JCR, 7:30, April 20. Free.

La Chute de la Malson d'Usher (1927) and The Golem (1924). Kirkland House Dining Hall, 8 and 10 April 26, $1.

Two Women, starring Sophia Loren. Library Auditorium at Emmanuel College, 7:30, April 20. Free.

Accatone (1961) by Pasolini. Burr A. 8, April 20 $1.

Hearts of the World (1918, in color) by D.W. Griffith, starring Erick Von Strenheim.

The Heart of Humanity (1919), two "Hun" flicks that created Streheim's screen persona. Kirkland Dining Hall. 8, April 19.

The Mistress (Wild Geese), a film adaptation of novel by Meri Ogai. Emerson 210, 8 and 10, April 21. $1.

The Godfather. Marlon Brando in the film that doesn't mention the Mafia once. Savoy 1, 10, 1, 4, 7, 10:15.

Cabaret. With Liza Minnelli as show girl and Joel Gray as the M.C. Gary Theatre. 1:30 5:30, 7:45, 7:45, 10.

Last Picture Show, Growing up in a dying Texas town by critic-turned-director Peter Bogdanovich. Abbey Cinema II, 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 7:45, 10.

What's Up, Doc? Bogdanovich again, this time directing Ryan O'Neal and Barbara Streisand, Sack 57. 10:15, 12, 1:45, 3:30, 5:15, 7, 8:45, 10:15. Sundays at 1, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15, 8, 9:45.