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: Saturday Cinema The Tomahawk and the Cross

starring Jeff Chandler
Dorothy Malone , Ward Bond Keith Andes , Lee Marvin
In Oregon, Chief Kamiakin and his tribe have been converted to Christianity but this does not prevent him going to war when the us Army start to build a road through their treaty-given land. In the ensuing battle both sides have to reassess the strength of their Christian ideals.
Directed by GEORGE MARSHALL (This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeff Chandler
Unknown: Dorothy Malone
Unknown: Ward Bond
Unknown: Keith Andes
Unknown: Lee Marvin
Directed By: George Marshall
Sgt Emmett Bell: Jeff Chandler
Calla Gaxton: Dorothy Malone
Dr Joseph Holden: Ward Bond
Capt Tom Gaxton: Keith Andes
Sgt Lloyd Carracart: Lee Marvin
Timothy: Sydney Chaplin
Col Edson Stedlow: Willis Bouchey
Kamiakin: Michael Ansara
Mrs Anne Avery: Olive Carey
Lieut Hammond: Floyd Simmons
Lieut Winston: Glen Kramer

: Closedown

: Rugby Special 1871-1971: RFU Centenary Year series

England v
The President's Overseas XV
The Rugby Union's Centenary has been acknowledged throughout the season with special matches, congresses, souvenirs etc., and today marks THE celebration of this notable event. This afternoon's match and tonight's dinner will be attended by Rugby Union enthusiasts from all over the world and graced by the presence of members of the Royal Family. At Twickenham this afternoon the President's Overseas XV was drawn from a pool of players representing five of the great Rugby Union establishments of the world - the French, the Fijians, the Springboks, the Wallabies and the All-Blacks.
Commentator at Twickenham BILL MCLAREN
Introduced by CLIFF MORGAN
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Unknown: Bill McLaren
Introduced By: Cliff Morgan
Producer: Alan Mouncer

: The Lonely Sea and the Sky

A filmed biography of Sir Francis Chichester , KBE
Very few men have attempted to circumnavigate the world alone. Only one man has attempted it twice; by boat in 1966 and by plane some 37 years earlier. That man is Navigator Extraordinary Francis Chichester.
' Whatever my objective had been, once achieved, it seemed somehow futile, life even seemed futile. I saw myself as a trickle of water draining into a sandy beach on its way to a dead end. It is the venture itself, the planning, the execution, that excites me. Having achieved it means little in comparison.' Written by ROY RUSSELL
Narrated by MARIUS GORING
Filmed by PAUL BERRIFF
Film editor HUGH NEWSAM
Directed by CHRISTOPHER DOLL
(Francis Chichester - the OAP superman: see page 9. His trans-Atlantic ' dash ': Monday 6.20 BBC1)

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Francis Chichester
Unknown: Francis Chichester.
Written By: Roy Russell
Unknown: Marius Goring
Unknown: Paul Berriff
Editor: Hugh Newsam
Directed By: Christopher Doll
Directed By: Francis Chichester

: Elizabeth R

Glenda Jackson as Elizabeth I in Horrible Conspiracies by HUGH WHITEMORE Costumes
ELIZABETH WALLER
Make-up SANDRA SHEPHERD , DAWN ALCOCK Music DAVID MUNROW
Designer Richard HENRY
Produced and directed by RODERICK GRAHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Glenda Jackson
Unknown: Hugh Whitemore
Unknown: Elizabeth Waller
Unknown: Sandra Shepherd
Unknown: Dawn Alcock
Music: David Munrow
Designer: Richard Henry
Directed By: Roderick Graham
Walsingham: Stephen Murray
Mary, Queen of Scots: Vivian Pickles
Sir Anthony Babington: David Collings
Elizabeth 1: Glenda Jackson
Walsingham, Secretary of State: Stephen Murray
Mary, Queen of Scots: Vivian Pickles
Sir Amyas Paulet: Hamilton Dyce
Richard Topcliffe, Rackmaster: Brian Wilde
Sir Anthony Babington, courtier: David Collings
Astrologers: Sir Edward Kelley: Malcolm Hayes
and Dr John Dee: Raf De La Torre
William Davison: John Graham
Gilbert Gifford: Bernard Holley
Thomas: Phelippes Davidnettheim
John Ballard: David Garfield
John Savage: James Culliford
John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury: John Ruddock

: Late Night Line-Up One Man's Week

Jazz trumpeter, cartoonist, broadcaster, Good Food columnist and humorist
Humphrey Lyttelton looks back over his week
Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Lyttelton
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: Meanwhile on BBC2

starring Kenneth Williams and The Young Generation HEATHER BECKERS
MARIE BETTS
ANN CHAPMAN
JACKIE DALTON
DENISE FONE
CAROLE FORBES LYNDA HERBERT
CAROLYN HEYWOOD LINDA JOLLIFF
KAY KORDA
LINDA LAWRENCE SANDY PENSON
LARA SHAW
SUSAN TOOGOOD
WEI WEI WONG
BOBBY BANNERMAN CHRIS COOPER ROGER FINCH
RICHARD GOUGH ROGER HANNAH CHRIS HENNEN HARRY HIGHAM MICHAEL HOWE ROGER HOWLETT NIGEL LYTHGOE RHYS NELSEN
JEREMY ROBINSON BRIAN ROGERS
KENNETH WARWICK TREVOR WILLIS
Choreography DOUGLAS SQUIRES
Guest artists
Howard Keel, Rih Aruso
ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Script by KENNETH WILLIAMS and MYLES RUDGE Costumes DORINDA BRYANT
Sound HUGH BARKER. Lighting BILL MILLAR Design . j ROGER lowe
Production STEWART MORRIS
(Kenneth Williams is in 'Captain Brassbound's Conversion ' at the Cam-bridge Theatre, London; The Young Generation are in ' Meet me in London ' at the Adelphi Theatre)
(Radio Times People: see page 5)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Williams
Unknown: Heather Beckers
Unknown: Marie Betts
Unknown: Ann Chapman
Unknown: Jackie Dalton
Unknown: Denise Fone
Unknown: Carole Forbes
Unknown: Lynda Herbert
Unknown: Carolyn Heywood
Unknown: Linda Jolliff
Unknown: Kay Korda
Unknown: Linda Lawrence
Unknown: Sandy Penson
Unknown: Lara Shaw
Unknown: Susan Toogood
Unknown: Wei Wei Wong
Unknown: Bobby Bannerman
Unknown: Chris Cooper
Unknown: Roger Finch
Unknown: Richard Gough
Unknown: Roger Hannah
Unknown: Chris Hennen
Unknown: Harry Higham
Unknown: Michael Howe
Unknown: Roger Howlett
Unknown: Nigel Lythgoe
Unknown: Rhys Nelsen
Unknown: Jeremy Robinson
Unknown: Brian Rogers
Unknown: Kenneth Warwick
Unknown: Trevor Willis
Unknown: Rih Aruso
Unknown: Alyn Ainsworth
Script By: Kenneth Williams
Script By: Myles Rudge
Unknown: Costumes Dorinda Bryant
Unknown: Hugh Barker.
Unknown: Bill Millar
Design: J Roger
Unknown: Stewart Morris
Unknown: Kenneth Williams

: The Centenary Dinner of the Rugby Football Union

Tonight, at the London Hilton, a great assembly of Rugby Union representatives meet to celebrate an occasion at once significant and distinguished.
From some 47 countries and from all walks of life they are drawn together by a common bond of affection for the amateur game which this year has accomplished such a notable achievement.
The toast of 'Rugby Football' proposed by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh KG, KT
The President of the Rugby Football Union,
Sir William Ramsay , CBE, replies
The response on behalf of the guests by The Rt Hon
Sir Keith Holyoake , GCMG
Prime Minister of New Zealand The scene at the London Hilton is described by CLIFF MORGAN
Presented for TV by ALAN MOUNCER †

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Ramsay
Unknown: Sir Keith Holyoake
Unknown: Cliff Morgan
Unknown: Alan Mouncer

: Storyteller

Colin Wetland reads
On Saturday Afternoon by ALAN SILLITOE
'I once saw a bloke try to kill himself. A real bloke stringing himself up. I was only a kid at the time, so you can imagine how much I enjoyed it.'
Produced by WILL WYATT

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Wetland
Unknown: Alan Sillitoe
Produced By: Will Wyatt

: Midnight Movie: The Incredible Shrinking Man

starring
Grant Williams , Randy Stuart
Already a classic amongst science fiction enthusiasts, The Incredible Shrinking Man combines remarkable trick photography with a deceptively simple and moving story about a man subjected to an unknown substance who gets smaller and smaller until even a spider becomes a mortal enemy.
Original screenplay by Richard MATHESON Directed bv JACK ARNOLD
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Grant Williams
Unknown: Randy Stuart
Unknown: Richard Matheson
Unknown: Jack Arnold
Scott Carey: Grant Williams
Louise Carey: Randy Stuart
Clarice: April Kent
Charlie Carey: Paul Langton
Dr Thomas Silver: Raymond Bailey
Dr Bramson: William Schallert








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