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: Tumbledown Ranch In Arizona

In this film the railroad comes to Cactus City and the Rangebusters are there to see that the bad men are outwitted.

: Christmas Carols

Tonight viewers visit Dr. Barnardo's Homes, Woodford Garden City, where Joseph Lewis, conducts the singing by the children of their favourite Christmas carols.
At the piano: Margaret Schofield

Contributors

Conductor: Joseph Lewis
Pianist: Margaret Schofield
Presented for television by: Michael Henderson

: Newsreel

: Jeanne de Casalis invites you to: Mrs. Feather's Christmas Party

to meet some of her friends the stars
Eric Robinson and his Orchestra

Contributors

Mrs. Feather: Jeanne de Casalis
Musicians: Eric Robinson and his Orchestra
Producer: Walton Anderson

: Interlude

A short film 'Christmas Carols' produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

: He That Should Come

A Nativity play by Dorothy L. Sayers.
The action of the play takes place in and about the courtyard of an inn in Bethlehem.

Contributors

Writer: Dorothy L. Sayers
Producer: Douglas Allen
Harpist: Ann Ross
Music composed by: Robert Chignell
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Caspar: Oliver Burt
Melchior: Geoffrey Dunn
Balthazar: Glyn Lawson
Merchant: Maurice Bannister
Greek Gentleman: Christopher Gill
Pharisee: Willoughby Gray
Centurion: Hugh Moxey
Landlord: Stanley Lemin
Landlady: Elizabeth Maude
Joseph: Joseph O'Connor
Mary: Joanna Horder
Jewish Gentleman: Alan Wheatley
First Shepherd: Andrew Leigh
Second Shepherd: Leonard White
Third Shepherd: Frank Coburn
Man: John Vere
Woman: Evelyn Moore
First Roman soldier: Peter George
Second Roman soldier: Kenneth Cleveland
Maidservant: Anna Somerset








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