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: The Sleeping Beauty

A cartoon film.

: Pardon Us

A comedy film with Laurel and Hardy.

Contributors

Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy

: For the Children

Daria Bayan tells a story in song.
Presented by Jill Allgood

5.15 Coastline
A film of a tour of the coastline of Britain, showing the trawler fishing in the North and the oyster fishing in the South, with a visit to a shipyard.

5.35-6.0 Children's Art
Susan Brigden (aged 13) and Angela Bacon (aged 14) show examples of their paintings and drawings.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.

Contributors

Storyteller/singer: Daria Bayan
Presented By: Jill Allgood
Artist (Children's Art): Susan Brigden
Artist (Children's Art): Angela Bacon
Introduced By (Children's Art): Cliff Michelmore
Producer (Children's Art): Jill Allgood

: Newsreel

: Festival Close-Up: Meet the Huskies

A visit to the Polar Theatre in the Dome of Discovery at London's South Bank Exhibition.

Contributors

Commentator: Barrie Edgar

: The Lighter Side

A humorous slant on current affairs
3 - Holidays
with Eleanor Summerfield, Irene Handl, Humphrey Lestocq, Gus McNaughton, Molly Weir, Noble and King, Ernest Maxin and Ray Johnson.

Contributors

Performer: Eleanor Summerfield
Performer: Irene Handl
Performer: Humphrey Lestocq
Performer: Gus McNaughton
Performer: Molly Weir
Performers: Noble and King
Performer: Ernest Maxin
Performer: Ray Johnson
Commentator: Lionel Gamlin
Script: Godfrey Harrison
Script: Lawrie Wyman
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Producer: Gilchrist Calder

: I Was a Stranger

The story of one of the eight thousand European women workers in the cotton industry in Britain who were formerly 'Displaced Persons'.

Contributors

Written and produced by: Norman Swallow
Settings: James Bould
Wanda: Cecile Chevreau
Ivan: Lewis Stringer
Josef: Barry Blake
Official: Mary Ward
Fred: Fred Fairclough
George: Terence Alexander
John: John Broadbent
Nellie: Norma Wilson
Warden: Ruth Grundy
Welfare Officer: Raymond Francis
Alf: Geoffrey Banks
Mr Tomkins: Frank Partington
Sybil: Sylvia Clarke
Anna: Alicia Marlowe

: Speaking Personally

Dr. Gallup in an interview, discusses and illustrates some of the results and implications of Gallup Polls.

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. George Gallup








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