Robin Richards flies home this week after a 3,600-mile tour of Russia with a convoy of British export vehicles. This film report studies our chances of selling behind the Iron Curtain and looks into the everyday life of the Soviet motorist.
Count Ten and You're Alive Again
Six landing craft clip through the mists towards a hostile shore. As the boats hit the beach and the men scramble ashore, a burst machine gun fire cuts down half the first wave. It's a dawn attack on the New Forest-Territorial Army style.
Time Out cameras have followed the T.A. from a guided missile base in Anglesey to active service posts in Aden; from the local drill hall to the Regimental Mess of the Honourable Artillery company; investigating the life of Britain part-time citizen army.
Time Out cameras visited Arundel Castle last weekend for the Arundown open meeting, which traditionally attracts more than two hundred men and women archers and is one of the most picturesque sporting events of the year.
A comedy film series featuring a friendly family of well-known weirdies.
Starring Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster, Yvonne de Carlo as Lily Munster and Al Lewis as Grandpa
with Beverley Owen, Butch Patrick
by Patrick Galvin.
With Sean Caffrey, Ray Mort and John Sharp
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