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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Overland Stage Raiders

Synopsis

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starring John Wayne Louise Brooks
To accompany the silent Louise Brooks films, a chance to see her last film appearance as romantic interest to John Wayne in this breathless Western adventure. When a bus is held up and robbed of its gold bullion, the local mining company are persuaded into using alternative transport - an airplane service sponsored by the Three Mesquiteers. But the bus operators plan to sabotage their efforts ...
Screenplay by LUCI WARD
Produced by WILLIAM BERKE Directed by GEORGE SHERMAN
(Pandora's Box tonight at 10.50pm) and at 3.0-4.45
Sands of Iwo Jima starring John Wayne
John Agar
Forrest Tucker
In this stirring and dramatic account of the war in the Pacific,
Wayne stars as a tough sergeant leading the Marines on the strongly defended island of Iwo Jima.
Screenplay by HARRY BROWN and JAMES EDWARD GRANT
Based on a story by HARRY BROWN Produced by EDMUND GRAINGER Directed by ALLAN DWAN
0 FILMS: page 34

Contributors

Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Louise Brooks
Unknown: Louise Brooks
Unknown: John Wayne
Play By: Luci Ward
Produced By: William Berke
Directed By: George Sherman
Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: John Agar
Unknown: Forrest Tucker
Unknown: Harry Brown
Unknown: James Edward
Story By: Harry Brown
Produced By: Edmund Grainger
Directed By: Allan Dwan
Stony Brooke: John Wayne
Tucson Smith: Ray Corrigan
Lullaby Joslin: Max Terhune
Beth Vincent: Louise Brooks
Sgt Stryker: John Wayne
Pte Conway: John Agar
Cpl Thomas: Forrest Tucker
Allison Bromley: Adele Mara
Pte Ragazzi: Wally Cassell
Pte Bass: James Brown
Pte Shipley: Richard Webb

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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Overland Stage Raiders

BBC Two England, 22 February 1986 14.10






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