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Alex Cox introduces another classic cult movie. Tonight: Alphaville starring
Eddie Constantine as Lemmy Caution Anna Karina as Natacha Akim Tamiroff as Henry Dickson. When Lemmy Caution arrives in Alphaville he finds himself under attack, both physically and psychologically, as a suspect agent from the Lands
Without. His mission is to track down Professor Von Braun , but can he succeed where Flash Gordon and Dick Tracy have failed?
Produced by ANDRE MICHELIN Written and directed by JEAN LUC GODARD
(A French film with English subtitles. Black and white)
Television presentation NICK JONES
9 FILMS: page 17


Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Eddie Constantine
Unknown: Anna Karina
Unknown: Natacha Akim Tamiroff
Unknown: Henry Dickson.
Unknown: Professor Von Braun
Unknown: Dick Tracy
Produced By: Andre Michelin
Directed By: Jean Luc Godard
Unknown: Nick Jones
Prof Leonard Nosferatu(alias Von Braun): Howard Vernon
Chief engineer: Laszlo Szabo

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