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Screen Two: Words of Love

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by Philip Norman
2 February 1959. The Winter Dance party, Clear Lake, Iowa - another date on Buddy Holly's whistle-stop tour. Across the Atlantic, a schoolboy models his life on the rock 'n' roll star whose music and untimely death affected the lives of a generation.
FEATURE: page 4
FILMS: page 13
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Contributors

Writer: Philip Norman
Film Editor: Frances Parker
Designer: Tony Burrough
Lighting Cameraman: John Hooper
Executive Producer: Brenda Reid
Producer: Brian Eastman
Director: Colin Nutley
England: -
Ivor: Charlie Creed-Miles
Mr Seaford-Warwick: Tom Bell
Gran: Liz Smith
Miss Lott: Rowena Roberts
Andrew: Simon Vaughan
Sweetman: Ben Perkins
Spooner: Scott Pattison
Forer: Bruce Clark
Truckle: Cliff Kelly
Mr Chesterton: Alister Cameron
George Harvey: Matthew Savage
Mrs Harvey: Tricia Thorns
America: -
Buddy Holly .: Pancho Russell
Maria-Elena Holly: Nadia de Lemeny
Big Bopper: Bradley Lavelle
Tommy Allsup: Paul Birchard
Ritchie Valens: William Jongeneel
Waylon Jennings: Adam Henderson
Dion Demucci: Mark Zingale
Carroll: Ray Charleson
Waitress: Valda Aviks
Trish: Anne Roderick
Reporter: Michael Morris
Saxophonist: Eric Gilchrist
Guitarist: David Murrell






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