[Starring] Dolores Gray
with Edith Piaf, Margit and Margot, Raymond Girerd, The Four Step Brothers, The Bluebell Girls
A series of films made specially for television by Telefilms, Paris and directed by John Nasht.
(Film previously shown on Jan 4)
The Four Step
A fantasy in several parts by Godfrey Harrison from an idea by A. A. Dubens.
[Starring] Bruce Gordon
From an idea by:
The Man in Armour:
His children - Rona:
His children - Ronnie:
Sappho Holyrood, a magician:
Isolde, his daughter:
An unusual, new film from Switzerland which reflects something of the charm of young children as they learn to sing and play music - and enjoy themselves as they do.
English commentary spoken by Sylvia Peters.
with Avril Angers, Leslie Mitchell, Peter Butterworth, Herbert C. Walton, Victor Platt and Jack and Daphne Barker.
Orchestra under the direction of:
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