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Film 78


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Barry Norman presents a round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world.
The Goodbye Girl: Richard Dreyfuss is an aspiring actor and Marsha Mason an ex-chorus dancer in Neil Simon 's latest comedy set in New York's theatreland.
Saturday Night Fever: John Travolta, who has been hailed as America's latest sex symbol, plays a salesman who comes to life only on Saturdays at the local disco.
The Hound of the Baskervilles: Peter Cook and Dudley Moore comment on their latest film based on the famous Sherlock Holmes story, which is now being made at Bray Studios.
Assistant producer MARGARET SHARP Producer BARRY BROWN


Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Richard Dreyfuss
Unknown: Marsha Mason
Unknown: Neil Simon
Unknown: John Travolta
Unknown: Dudley Moore
Unknown: Sherlock Holmes
Producer: Margaret Sharp
Producer: Barry Brown

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