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Rita Hayworth in Gilda


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.
continues the season starring the screen goddess who died last month.
Tonight with Glenn Ford
George Macready
Buenos Aires , the end of World War n.
Johnny Farrell is taken on as operator of a large gambling casino, and discovers his boss's wife is none other than the woman in his past, Gilda.
Screenplay by MARION PERSONNET Based on a story by E. A. ELLINGTON Produced by VIRGINIA VAN UPP Directed by CHARLES VIDOR (Blackanawhite)
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Unknown: Glenn Ford
Unknown: George MacReady
Unknown: Buenos Aires
Unknown: Johnny Farrell
Unknown: Marion Personnet
Story By: E. A. Ellington
Produced By: Virginia van Upp
Directed By: Charles Vidor
Gilda: Rita Hayworth
Johnny Farrell: Glenn Ford
Baffin Mundson: George MacReady
Obregon: Joseph Calleia
Uncle Pio: Steve Geray
Casey: Joe Sawyer
Agents: Ludwig Donath
Agents: Lionel Royce
Gabe Evans: Robert Scott
Delgardo: Gerald Mohr
Little man: Saul Martell

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Rita Hayworth in Gilda

BBC Two England, 1 June 1987 18.00

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