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Abbey Cinema-Stanley Kubrick's masterwork, 2001: A Space Odyssey, "Suggested for stoned audiences." 600 Commonwealth Ave. 262-1303.

Astor-Robert Redford and Camilla Sparv in Downhill Racer. 176 Tremont St., at Boylston. 542-5030.

Braulc Square-Jean-Paul Belmondo in Cartouche. TR 6-4226.

Center- The Trip; Psych-Out; Mary Jane; and Hallucination Generation. For those of you who are so non-minded. Washington St. near Stuart. 426-0889.

Central Square Cinema 1- Monterey Pop; and Bob Dylan's Don't Look Back. Mass. Ave. at Central Square. UN 4-0426.

Central Square Cinema 2- Ring of Bright Water; and Follow Me. Mass. Ave. at Central Square. UN 4-0426.

Charles Cinema- "This year it's" Easy Rider. 195 Cambridge St., in Gov't. Center next to the Holiday Inn. 227-2832.

Cheri Theatre 1-Natalic Wood and Robert Culp in Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice. Dalton St. near Prudential Center, opposite the Sheraton Boston Hotel. 536-2870.

Cheri Theatre 2-Liza Minnclli in The Sterde Cuckoo. As you may have guessed, the place and phone are the same.

Cheri Theatre 3-Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz, Ditto.

Cinema Kenmore Square- Ulysses, from the novel. Sec it. And read the book. 664 Beacon St., at Kenmore Square. 262-3799.

Cinema Kenmore Square, Midnight Underground-Walter Guttmann's "repulsive classic," The Grape Dealer's Daughter.

Circle Theatre-Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, and Jean Seberg in Paint Your Wagon. Rocking chair scats, if you want to rock. At the intersection of Beacon St. and Chestnut Hill Ave. 566-4040.

Exeter Street Theatre-Truman Capote's Trilogy. Exeter St. between Commonwealth Ave. and Newbury St. KE 6-7067.

Fresh Pond Cinema-James Garner and Gayle Hunnicutt in Marlowe; and Rowan and Martin in The Maltest Bippy. Fresh Pond Shopping Center. 547-8800.

Gary Theater- Goodbye, Mr. Chips, with Peter O'Toole and Petula Clark. 131 Stuart St., near Tremont. LI 2-7040.

Harvard Square- Justine, adapted from Lawrence Durcll's "Alexandria Quartet"; and Hard Contract. UN 4-4580.

Orpheum-Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in Cleopatra. 413 Washington St., across from Filene's. 542-5557.

Orson Welles Cinema-Friday: James Dean in Rebel Withoat a Cause; and East of Eden, Saturday: Lola Montes; and Woman in the Dunes. 1001 Mass. Ave., between Central and Harvard Squares. 868-3600.

Paramount- Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies. "... the original Road Runners!" 549 Washington St., across from Raymond's. 482-4820.

Paris Cinema- Putney Swope. Robert Downey doing his thing. 841 Boylston St. 267-8181.

Park Square Cinema- Yes. (???). 31 St. James Ave. near Arlington, opposite the Statler Hilton. 542-2220.

Savoy Theatre-Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. 163 Tremont St. HA 6-2720.

Saxon Theatre-Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight in Midnight Cowboy. 219 Tremont St. LI 2-4600.

Symphony Cinema I-Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting in Romco and Julict; and Mia Farrow in Roscmary's Baby. 252 Huntington Ave., near Symphony Hall. 262-8820.

Symphony Cinema H-Joanne Woodward in Paul Newman's Rachel, Rachel; and Alan Arkin in, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter. Same place, but the phone is 262-8837.

West End Cinema-Keir Dullea in de Sade. Opposite the Hotel Madison at North Station. 523-4050.

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Caravan Theatre-Bertolt Brecht's Chalk Circle. 1555 Mass. Ave. 868-8520 or 491-9579.

Charies Playhouse-Georges Feydeau's farce, A Flea in Her Ear. 338-9393 or 542-3325.

Colonial Theatre-Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers. 106 Boylston St. HA 6-9366.

Craft Experimental Theatre- Nude, "a perverted comedy"; and Sweet Eros, "a gentle comedy in the nude." Both by Terrence McNally. 96 Brookline Ave, off Kenmore Squar. 262-7777.

Locd Drama Center-The Oxford and Cambridge Shakespeare Company's presentation of the Bard's Twelfth Night. 64 Braule St. UN-4-2630.

Mass. College of Art-The Theatre Company of Boston presents Harold Pinter's The Busement; Samuel Beckett's Come and Go; and David Freeman's Captain Smight in His Glory. Longwood and Brookline Aves., near Beth Israel Hospital. 426-6609.

Music Hall-Boston Ballet presents The Nutcracker. 268 Tremont St., near Stuart. 423-3300.

Old South Church-The Chorus Pro Musica, Alfred Nash Patterson, conductor, in their Christmas Concert, Copley Square, 645 Boylston St.

Theatre Co, of Boston- Adaptation-Next, tow plays by Elaine May and Terrence McNally. 136 Mass. Ave. 426-6609.

Wilbur Theatre-Linus and Lucy and Schroeder and Snoopy and Patty in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. 252 Tremont St. HA 6-9366.

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