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Saturday Cinema: 1 Top of the World

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starring
Dale Robertson Evelyn Keyes
Today's adventure double bill begins in the frozen wastes of Alaska where jet pilot Gannon is forced to accept a post at a remote weather unit when his combat days are over. There he not only meets his ex-wife and the man she intends to marry, but he faces the hazardous task of establishing a base on a floating island of ice.
Screenplay by. JOHN D. KLORER and N. RICHARD NASH Produced by MICHAEL BAIRD and LEWIS R. FOSTER Directed by LEWIS R. FOSTER
. Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Dale Robertson
Unknown: Evelyn Keyes
Unknown: John D. Klorer
Unknown: N. Richard Nash
Produced By: Michael Baird
Produced By: Lewis R. Foster
Directed By: Lewis R. Foster
Major Lee Gannon: Dale Robertson
Virgie Rayne: Evelyn Keyes
Major Cantrell: Frank Lovejoy
Lt Mary Ross: Nancy Gates
Major French: Paul Fix
Lt Skippy McGuire: Robert Arthur
Captain Cochrane: Peter Hansen
Sgt Cappi: Nick Dennis

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Saturday Cinema: 1 Top of the World

BBC Two England, 23 January 1982 15.10






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