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: North of the Rio Grande

[Starring] William Boyd in the film North of the Rio Grande
Hopalong Cassidy poses as a notorious rustler so as to round up the killers of his brother.
(to 16.05)


Hopalong Cassidy: William Boyd

: Ballet for Beginners: 4: Mime

A programme devised for those viewers who would like to know more about the art of the ballet.
Comparisons between the classic mime and the mime of the modern ballet are drawn from the first act of 'Giselle' and 'Jardins aux Lilas' danced by The Ballet Rambert.
The explanations are given by David Paltenghi.
The individual mime specially rehearsed by Ursula Moreton, who also demonstrates.
At the piano: Tom McCall


Presenter: David Paltenghi
Scriptwriter: Felicity Gray
Mime artist: Ursula Moreton
[Orchestra] leader: Raymond Cohen
[Orchestra] conducted by: Eric Robinson
Pianist: Tom McCall
Presented by: Philip Bate

: Foreign Correspondent: 4: Switzerland

Animated maps and diagrams by the Bureau of Current Affairs are used by Graham Hutton to illustrate some political and economic points.


Commentator: Chester Wilmot
Cameraman: Charles de Jaeger
Speaker: Graham Hutton
Producer: Grace Wyndham Goldie

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)

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