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Picture Parade


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A fortnightly film programme on every aspect of picture production and film-going.

Personal Appearance
Four-way discussion between John Mills and Martha Scott, stars of the new Anglo-American picture 'So Well Remembered,' and the producer and director of the film, Adrian Scott and Edward Dmytryk

Films to Note
Matthew Norgate illustrates his criticism on some current general releases including 'Bells of St. Mary's,' 'London Town,' 'Concerto'

'How Not to Make a Movie'
Roy Plomley presents the twelfth and final number of his humorous series

Background Music to the Fore
Spike Hughes introduces some of Harold Arlen's incidental music for American pictures

Round the Studios
Roy Rich visits the set of 'The Crowthers of Bankdam' at Walton-on-Thames to talk to Tom Walls, Anne Crawford, Walter Ford, David Tomlinson, Jimmy Hanley

Orson Welles, Edward G. Robinson, and Loretta Young in scenes from their new picture 'The Stranger'

Tonight at 9.0


Editor: Audrey Jones
Musical Director: Jack Beaver
Music played by: The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Producer: Peter Eton

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