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THE SATURDAY THRILLER

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Feature films with suspense, danger, excitement
Tonight:
Anatomy of a Murder starring
JAMES STEWART with LEE REMICK
BEN GAZZARA
Screenplay by WENDELL MAYES based on the book by ROBERT TRAVER Produced and directed by Otto Preminger
An army lieutenant is held for the murder of a bartender and the small-town lawyer responsible for his defence has to use all his guile to combat the formidable case built up by the prosecution.
Based on a best-selling novel by Robert Traver, the film is produced and directed by Otto Preminger , one of Hollywood's most consistently successful and intelligent directors of recent years.

Contributors

Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Lee Remick
Unknown: Ben Gazzara
Unknown: Wendell Mayes
Book By: Robert Traver
Directed By: Otto Preminger
Directed By: Otto Preminger
Paul Biegler: James Stewart
Laura Manion: Lee Remick
Lt Frederick Manion: Ben Gazzara
Parnell McCarthy: Arthur O'Connell
Maida: Eve Arden
Mary Pilant: Kathryn Grant
Judge Weaver: Joseph N Welch
Mitch Lodwick: Brooks West
Claude Dancer: George C Scott
Alphonse Paquette: Murray Hamilton

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