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Moving Pictures


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BBC2's weekly cinema magazine. First -time director Barry Sonnenfeld talks about his $35 million comedy based on the cult cartoons of Charles Addams, The Addams Family, starring Anjelica Huston. Plus a profile of Sam Arkoff , the legendary B-movie producer who gave Corman, Coppola, Scorsese, Woody Allen and John Milius their breaks. And Australian director Jocelyn Moorhouse talks about her first film.
With Howard Schuman.
Series producer Paul Kerr
Executive producer Daniel Wolf
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
9.40pm Dillinger
Warren Oates
Tonight's first Moving Pictures presentation features screenwriter John Milius
(Magnum Force, Apocalypse Now) who made his directorial debut with this Samuel Z Arkoff production about a top G-man who swears vengeance on John Dillinger 's notorious gang.
? FILMS: pages 49-56
11.20pm The Fall of the House of Usher
Vincent Price
The second Moving Pictures presentation is Roger Corman 's adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe 's chilling tale about a family cursed by hereditary madness.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 0 FILMS: pages 49-56


Talks: Barry Sonnenfeld
Unknown: Charles Addams
Unknown: Anjelica Huston.
Unknown: Sam Arkoff
Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: John Milius
Talks: Jocelyn Moorhouse
Unknown: Howard Schuman.
Producer: Paul Kerr
Producer: Daniel Wolf
Unknown: Barraclough Carey
Unknown: Warren Oates
Unknown: John Milius
Unknown: Samuel Z Arkoff
Unknown: John Dillinger
Unknown: Roger Corman
Unknown: Edgar Allan Poe
JohnDillinger: Warren Oates
Billie Frechette: Michelle Phillips
Melvin Purvis: Ben Johnson
AnnaSage: Cloris Leachman
Homer Van Meter: Harry Dean Stanton
Baby Face Nelson: Richard Dreyfuss
Pretty Boy Floyd: Steve Kanaly
Roderick Usher: Vincent Price
Philip Winthrop: Mark Damon
Madeline Usher: Myrna Fahey

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