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: Dynamite Canyon

[Starring] Tom Keene
In this Western film, Tom unmasks a gang of rustlers.
(to 16.00)


Marshal Tom Evans: Tom Keene

: Grand Ballet: No. 2: Ballets de Paris

Adame Miroir
Ballet in one act by Jean Genet.

9.0-9.5 app. Interval

Grand Pas de Deux from 'Swan Lake', Act 2
with Colette Marchand and Serge Perrault

Pas de Deux front Raymonda
with Renee Jeanmaire and Wladimir Skouratoff.

Le Cygne Noir from 'Swan Lake', Act 3
with Nina Viroubova and Roland Petit.

9.35-9.40 app. Interval

Les Demoiselles de la Nuit
A ballet in three tableaux by Jean Anouilh.

(See The Scanner on page 28 for stories of the ballets)


Writer (Adame Moir): Jean Genet
Music (Adame Moir): Darius Milhaud
Choreography (Adame Moir): Janine Charrat
Setting (Adame Moir): Stephen Bundy
Setting after (Adame Moir): Paul Delvaux
Music (Grand Pas de Deux): Tchaikovsky
Choreography (Grand Pas de Deux): Petipa
Dancer (Grand Pas de Deux: Colette Marchand
Dancer (Grand Pas de Deux): Serge Perrault
Dancer (Pas de Deux): Renee Jeanmaire
Dancer (Pas de Deux): Wladimir Skouratoff
Dancer (Le Cygne Noir): Nina Viroubova
Dancer (Le Cygne Noir)/choreography (Les Demoiselles de la Nuit): Roland Petit
Writer (Les Demoiselles de la Nuit): Jean Anouilh
Music (Les Demoiselles de la Nuit): Jean Francaix
La Duegue, the black cat: Joan Sheldon
Agathe, the white cat: Colette Marchand Artistic adviser on the series: Arnold Haskell
The Orchestra leader: Raymond Cohen
The Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Television Presentation: Philip Bate
Death: Wladimir Skouratoff
The Sailor/The Young Man: Roland Petit
A Reflection: Serge Perrault
Le Baron: Gordon Hamilton

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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