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: Dogs at Work

A film for dog lovers.

The Laurel and Hardy Murder Case
[Starring] Laurel and Hardy in the film The Laurel and Hardy Murder Case
The two heroes find themselves in a haunted house.

(to 16.00)

Contributors

Stan (The Laurel and Hardy Murder Case): Stan Laurel
Ollie (The Laurel and Hardy Murder Case): Oliver Hardy

: Grand Ballet: No.3: Les Ballets des Champs Elysees

La Sylphide: Act 2
A romantic ballet by Nourrit.

9.10-9.15 app. Interval

Le Jeune Homme et la Mort
Ballet, scene, and costumes described by Jean Cocteau to the choreographer, Roland Petit, the designer, Wakhevitch, the costumier, Karinska and the dancers Nathalie Philippart and Jean Babilee.
Decor adapted for television by Stephen Bundy.

9.32-9.37 app. Interval

Divertissements

Grand Pas de Deux from Casse Noisette
with Irene Skorik and Youly Algaroff.

L'Oiseau Bleu
with Helene Constantine and Jean Babilee

Le Cygne Noir from Swan Lake, Act 3
with Irene Skorik and Jean Guelis.

(See 'The Scanner' notes on page 24 for stories of the ballets)

Contributors

Artistic director: Boris Kochno
Author (La Sylphide): Nourrit
Music (La Sylphide): Schneitzhoeffer
Music orchestrated by (La Sylphide): Krettly
Choreography (La Sylphide): Philippe Taglioni
Choreography re-created by (La Sylphide): Victor Gsovsky
Setting (La Sylphide): Stephen Bundy
Setting after (La Sylphide): Serebriakoff
Costumes (La Sylphide): Christian Berard
La Sylphide: Irene Skorik
James: Youly Algaroff
Queen of the Sylphides: Helene Sadovska
Attendant on the Queen: Helene Varenova
Attendant on the Queen: Tutti Enderle
Sylphide: Leslie Caron
Sylphide: Alexandra Hirschler
Sylphide: Michele Hoffer
Sylphide: Nina Bibikova
Sylphide: Christiane Franky
Sylphide: Helene Sielecki
Sylphide: Elise Vallee
Sylphide: Nicole Morice
Sylphide: Jacqueline Estampe
Ballet, scene, and costumes described by (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort): Jean Cocteau
Choreographer (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort): Roland Petit
Designer (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort): null Wakhevitch
Designer (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort): null Karinska
Dancer (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort): Nathalie Philippart
Dancer (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort/L'Oiseau Bleu): Jean Babilee
Adapter (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort): Stephen Bundy
Music (Le Jeune Homme et la Mort): J. S. Bach
Music (Grand Pas de Deux/L'Oiseau Bleu/Le Cygne Noir): null Tchaikovsky
Choreography (Grand Pas de Deux/L'Oiseau Bleu/Le Cygne Noir): null Petipa
Dancer (Grand Pas de Deux): Irene Skorik
Dancer (Grand Pas de Deux): Youly Algaroff
Dancer (L'Oiseau Bleu): Helene Constantine
Dancer (Le Cygne Noir): Irene Skorik
Dancer (Le Cygne Noir): Jean Guelis
Artistic adviser on the series: Arnold Haskell
The Orchestra leader: Raymond Cohen
The Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Television presentation: Philip Bate

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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