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Film Time


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Introduced by Leslie Mitchell
This week's edition includes the following recorded items:
Pastimes of the Picture Makers: Jeanne Heal introduces the second in the series on the hobbies of those who make our films. This week's guest: producer-director. Anthony Kimmins
Cavalcade of Broadway-1: a musical film tour of New York night-life
Picture Panel: Guest artist, Joan Greenwood, and the resident team, Peter Noble and Christopher Hodge, answer Listeners' questions put to them by the chairman. John Slater
A visit to the set of the Vandyke production 'Clementine' at Nettlefold studios, including interviews with Dennis Price, Anne Vernon, Mischa Auer, and producer Roger Proudlock. Some excerpts from the sound-track of the Twentieth Century-Fox comedy 'Mr Belvedere Rings the Bells' starring Clifton Webb with Joanne Dru and Hugh Marlowe
Script written bv Michael Storm
Produced by Pat Osborne


Introduced By: Lesue Mitchell
Unknown: Anthony Kimmins
Artist: Joan Greenwood
Unknown: Peter Noble
Unknown: Christopher Hodge
Unknown: John Slater
Unknown: Anne Vernon.
Unknown: Mischa Auer.
Unknown: Roger Proudlock
Unknown: Clifton Webb
Unknown: Joannt Dru
Unknown: Hugh Marlowe
Produced By: Pat Osborne

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