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: Movie Crazy

An American comedy film.
[Starring] Harold Lloyd

(to 16.30)

Contributors

Harold Hall aka Trouble: Harold Lloyd

: Children's Television

The Four Children
Told by Dorothy Alison.

Bernard Spear invites you to visit his shop in Soho.

Watermanship: 2: Bathing
A series of three programmes showing you how to enjoy yourself in and on the river.
Introduced by Brian Johnston.
Film sequences by the BBC Television Film Unit

(to 17.40)

Contributors

Narrator (The Four Children): Dorothy Alison
Pictures (The Four Children): Harry Rutherford
Presenter (Watermanship): Brian Johnston
Scriptwriter (Watermanship): Joanne Jackson
Scriptwriter (Watermanship): Gil Redgrove

: For Union Day: 1820 Settlers

Written and directed by Donald Swanson.
A film showing the struggles of the first settlers in South Africa.
Made for the South African State Information Department, with the co-operation of the 1820 Memorial Settlers' Association.

Contributors

Writer/Director: Donald Swanson

: This is Show Business

Vic Oliver invites you to This is Show Business
featuring leading personalities of the entertainment world.
With: Brian Reece, Eric Barker, Frances Day, Freddie Sales, Edgar Evans, Pierre Bel, Noelle Middleton, Dennis Brain, Sheila Mossman, Pearl Hackney, Cameron Hall, Dandy Nichols, David Godfrey.
British Concert Orchestra
(Leader, Lionel Bentley)
Assistant Conductor, Jack Walker
(Edgar Evans appears by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ltd.; Brian Reece appears by permission of Laurence Olivier Productions)

Contributors

Presenter: Vic Oliver
Performer: Brian Reece
Comedian: Eric Barker
Singer: Frances Day
Performer: Freddie Sales
Tenor: Edgar Evans
Juggler: Pierre Bel
Performer: Noelle Middleton
Horn player: Dennis Brain
Pianist: Sheila Mossman
Performer: Pearl Hackney
Performer: Cameron Hall
Performer: Dandy Nichols
Performer: David Godfrey
Musicians: British Concert Orchestra
Leader: Lionel Bentley
Assistant Conductor: Jack Walker
Decor: Stephen Taylor
Choreography: Hazel Gee
Producer: Graeme Muir

: Holiday Fashions

A display of travel, sports, leisure, and evening clothes, televised from the Royal Festival Hall.

Contributors

Commentator: Cynthia Stracey
Fashion Adviser: Bettie Spurling
Producer: Stephen McCormack

: Men Seeking God: 6: An Indian Christian

An enquiry into other men's faiths.
Christopher Mayhew, M.P., journeys to various parts of the world meeting devout adherents of the great religions and trying to discover what their faith means to them personally.
Tonight, in the last programme of the series, he looks at Christianity through the eyes of the Rev. C.C. Pande, Methodist Minister of Bankura, West Bengal, who is a superintendent of the leper colony there.

Contributors

Presenter: Christopher Mayhew
Subject: The Rev. C.C. Pande

: News

(sound only)








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