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: Saturday Cinema: The Big Money

starring Ian Carmichael
Belinda Lee , Kathleen Harrison Robert Helpmann
Nearly every family has its ' black sheep ' - in the case of the Frith family it's son Willie, who steals a suitcase full of £1 notes. That's OK by Dad because the whole family are crooks-the snag is the notes are forged!
Director JOHN PADDY CARSTAIRS (This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Carmichael
Unknown: Belinda Lee
Unknown: Kathleen Harrison
Unknown: Robert Helpmann
Director: John Paddy Carstairs
Willie Frith: Ian Carmichael
Gloria: Belinda Lee
Mrs Frith: Kathleen Harrison
The Reverend: Robert Helpmann
Mr Frith: James Hayter
The Colonel: George Coulouris
Doreen Frith: Jill Ireland
Bobby: Renee Houston
Bluey: Michael Brennan
Receptionist: Leslle Phillips
Bookmaker: Harold Berens
Valet: Hugh Morton
Furrier: Ferdy Mayne
Harry Mason: Digby Wolfe
Wilberforce: Michael Balfolr

: Interval

: Cricket

The Gillette Cup Final from Lord's
Kent v Lancashire
Coverage from the tea interval until the finish.

: * Closedown

: News and Sport

and Weather

: Rugby Special: The Pride of Lions

Back in Britain after their 2-1 victory over New Zealand, the architects of the British Lions' success discuss the tour with CLIFF MORGAN and re-live the highlights of their matches.
TV presentation by ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Morgan
Presentation By: Alan Mouncer

: Cousin Bette

by HONORÉ DE BALZAC: dramatised in five parts by RAY LAWLER starring Margaret Tyzack
Hector is faced with ruin and has been spirited away by Bette. However, Bette's plans have suffered' their first setback through the death of the Marshal just before she was to marry him.
Part 5: Family Angel
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Music HERBERT CHAPPELL Sound LAURENCE TAYLOR Designer IAN WATSON
Producer MARTIN LISEMORR Director GARETH DAVIES
(Repeated: next Saturday, 8.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Lawler
Unknown: Margaret Tyzack
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Music: Herbert Chappell
Unknown: Laurence Taylor
Designer: Ian Watson
Producer: Martin Lisemorr
Director: Gareth Davies
Cousin Bette: Margaret Tyzack
Victorin: Davyd Harries
Adeline: Ursula Howells
Hortense: Harriett Harper
Celestine: Ericka Crownb
Prince de Wissembourg: David Garth
Valerie: Helen Mirren
Josepha: Janet Key
Leon: Graham Tonbridgb
Hector: Thorley Walters
Steinbock: Colin Baker
Crevel: John Bryans
Montes: Edward de Souza
Mme Nourrisson: Ellen Pollock
Jenny Cadine: Vanessa Riches
Seraphine: Penny Service
Leonie: Fiona Gaunt
Maxine Corbet: Susan Travers
Marie: Sally James
Dr Keller: Keith Campbell
Atala Judici: Suzanne Togni
Judici: Raymond Witch
Mme Judici: Bella Emberg
Mariette: Margaret Boyd
Nursemaid: Mary Healey

: The Forgotten War

The story of the Allied Attack on Russia 1918-22.
In late 1919 nine-tenths of the Soviet Union had been occupied by the Americans, the British, the anti-Bolshevik White Russians and their Allies. Lenin and Trotsky resisted from the beleagured tenth around Moscow. More than 13 million Russians died from starvation, disease, and armed attack during the Allied intervention in Russia and the civil war it propped up.
The Forgotten War is the story of this extraordinary episode, how the Allies came to withdraw from Russia, and what bitter memories this war was to leave.
Among those taking part:
Frances, Lady Lloyd George General Sir Brian Horrocks Professor George Kennan Sir Oswald Mosley
Commentary by ROBERT MACNEIL
Producer JULIAN JACOTTET
A BBC/NET joint production

Contributors

Unknown: General Sir Brian Horrocks
Unknown: Professor George Kennan
Unknown: Sir Oswald Mosley
Commentary By: Robert MacNeil
Commentary By: Julian Jacottet

: Red Sea Ballet

The exotic underwater world of the Red Sea combined with the music of Debussy's ' La Mer' to produce one of nature's own ballets.
Produced by Capital Films, Jerusalem

: Neil Diamond

America's newest ' super-star' in a one-man performance of his own songs including ' Cracklin' Rosie,' ' Sweet Caroline," I am.... I said.'
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON
Vocal backing the KAY GARNER SINGERS Musical arrangements EMERY GORDY je ALAN LINDGKEN , LEE HOLDRIDGE Sound TONY MILLIER
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
(' It's a nice feeling, to be taken seriously ': page 8)

Contributors

Director: Johnny Pearson
Singers: Kay Garner
Unknown: Emery Gordy
Unknown: Alan Lindgken
Unknown: Lee Holdridge
Unknown: Tony Millier
Unknown: Ken MacGregor
Producer: Stanley Dorfman

: Film Night

SHERIDAN MORLEY selects scenes from some of the best recent releases including Drive, He Said, The Abominable Dr Phibes, and Vanishing Point.
PHILIP JENKINSON shows vintage film clips requested by viewers.
Producer BARRY BROWN Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Producer: Barry Brown
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: Midnight Movie: The Thing from Another World

starring
Kenneth Tobey
Margaret Sheridan
Scientists on an Arctic expedition discover a giant flying saucer bedded in the ice - and inside it a giant semi-human creature ...
Director CHRISTIAN NYBY
(This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Tobey
Unknown: Margaret Sheridan
Director: Christian Nyby
Capt Patrick Hendry: Kenneth Tobey
Nikki: Margaret Sheridan
Dr Carrington: Robert Cornthwaite
Skeely: Douglas Spencer
Lt Eddie Dykes: James Young
Crew Chief: Dewey Martin
'The Thing': James Arness

: Closedown









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