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: Un Carnet de Bal

('The Dance Programme')
[Starring] Harry Baur, Marie Bell, Pierre Blanchar, Fernandel, Louis Jouvet, Raimu, and Francoise Rosay in Julien Duvivier's film Un Carnet de Bal
Christine, a young widow, is living in seclusion on the edge of an Italian lake. Without children or friends she seeks refuge from her loneliness in memories of the past.
While sorting some papers belonging to her late husband, she finds an old dance programme which revives memories of her first ball. Eight names are written in the programme -the eight men who danced with her that evening and who claimed they loved her.
Christine conceives the idea of seeking out these men to find what twenty years of life have done to them.
(A French film with subtitles in English)
(to 16.45)


Director: Julien Duvivier
Alain Regnault: Harry Baur
Christine Surgere: Marie Bell
Thierry Raynal: Pierre Blanchar
Fabien Coutissol: Fernandel
Pierre Verdier, dit Jo: Louis Jouvet
Francois Patusset: Raimu
Marguerite Audie: Francoise Rosay

: Family Affairs: 8 - Henry Tries his Hand

by Eric Maschwitz.
From an idea by Betty Farmar.
Being the story of the Connover family at home
You are invited to meet the Connover family again on Saturday, January 14, 1950


Writer: Eric Maschwitz
Based on an idea by: Betty Farmar
Settings: Richard R. Greenough
Producer: Michael Mills
Linda: Heather Thatcher
Henry: Michael Shepley
Tony: Denis Gordon
Marion: Sam A'Deane
Bunty: Betty Blackler
Martin: David Preston
Maggie: Madoline Thomas

: Personal Impressions: 4

Laurence Whistler, poet, author, and glass engraver, invites you to look with him at the festivities and decorations of Christmas.


Presenter: Laurence Whistler
Producer: Andrew Miller Jones

: Starlight: Phyllis Robins


Singer: Phyllis Robins

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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