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Screen Test

Synopsis

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What's another name for the Skull and Crossbones?
Why is a tank engine so called?
What did Peter Pan do after he had defeated Captain Hook?
These are some of the questions in the first edition of a new series of this popular film quiz game of observation and general knowledge.
This week Michael Rodd puts the questions to four contestants from the South and West Midlands who will be looking at scenes from:
"Peter Pan", "The Runaway Railway", "The Wild Country" and "Waterloo". And Derek Ware will be demonstrating how sword fights are planned for the movies.
(from Manchester)

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Rodd
Guest: Derek Ware
Designer: Peter Mavius
Director: John C. Miller
Producer: John Buttery

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