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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Gambling Hell

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(Macao, 1enfer du jeu) starring
Erich von Stroheim
In the first of two films celebrating the centenary of Erich von Stroheim, 'the man you love to hate' plays an international adventurer in a tale of love and deadly rivalry. The setting is Macao, its glittering casinos the rendezvous of disreputable gun-runners and unscrupulous entrepreneurs.
Screenplay by PIERRE-GILLES VEBER and ROGER VITRAC
Directed by JEAN DELANNOY
and at 4.45-6.0
The Lost Squadron starring
Erich von Stroheim Joel McCrea rhree airmen iemobilised after
World War I find work is stuntmen for a maniacal film director, Von Furst. A tale of jealousy and murder ensues....
Screenplay by WALLACE SMITH Based on a story by DICK GRACE Produced by LOUIS SARECKY
Directed by GEORGE ARCHAINBAUD
0 FILMS: page 29

Contributors

Unknown: Erich von Stroheim
Unknown: Erich von Stroheim,
Unknown: Pierre-Gilles Veber
Unknown: Roger Vitrac
Directed By: Jean Delannoy
Unknown: Erich von Stroheim
Unknown: Joel McCrea
Play By: Wallace Smith
Story By: Dick Grace
Produced By: Louis Sarecky
Directed By: George Archainbaud
Krall: Erich von Stroheim
Mireille: Mireille Balin
Pierre Milley: Roland Toutain
Ying Tchai: Sessue Hayakawa
Almeido: Henr; Guisol
Jasmine: Louise Casletti
Captain: Georges Lannes
Red: Joel McCrea
Captain Gibson: Richard Dix
Follette Marsh: Mary Astor
Von Furst: Erich von Stroheim
Woody: Hugh Herbert
Pest: Dorothy Jordan
Detective: Ralph Ince
Fliers: Dick Grace
Fliers: Art Gobel
Fliers: Leo Nomis.
Fliers: Frank Clark

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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Gambling Hell

BBC Two England, 21 September 1985 15.10






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