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Midweek Cinema: Tunes of Glory

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A short season of films featuring Britain's knights of the stage in some of their most distinguished film performances Tonight starring Alec Guinness with John Mills and Dennis Price , Kay Walsh John Fraser , Susannah York
When Lt-Col Basil Barrow arrives to take command of a Highland Regiment, his lax, hard-drinking predecessor, Lt-Col Jock Sinclair , tries to hide his resentment. But the two men are irrevocably set on a disastrous collision course.
Screenplay by JAMES KENNAWAY from his own novel
Producer COLIN LESSLIE Director RONALD NEAME Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown: Alec Guinness
Unknown: John Mills
Unknown: Dennis Price
Unknown: Kay Walsh
Unknown: John Fraser
Unknown: Susannah York
Unknown: Lt-Col Basil Barrow
Unknown: Lt-Col Jock Sinclair
Unknown: James Kennaway
Producer: Colin Lesslie
Director: Ronald Neame
Lt-Col Jock Sinclair: Alec Guinness
Lt-Col Basil Barrow: John Mills
Major Charlie Scott: Dennis Price
Capt Jimmy Cairns: Gordon Jackson
Cpl Piper Fraser: John Fraser
Mary: Kay Walsh
Morag: Susannah York
Pipe Major MacLean: Duncan MacRae
Capt Eric Simpson: Allan Cuthbertson

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Midweek Cinema: Tunes of Glory

BBC Two England, 13 November 1975 21.30






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