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Introduced by Keith Macklin
Highlights of today's big events including:
Great Britain and M. Ireland w. Hungary from the White City, London
A.S.A. National Championships from the Derby Baths, Blackpool
Summarised Sports News. including late racing results and close-of-play cricket scores
Presented by Brian Venner


Introduced By: Keith MacKlin
Presented By: Brian Venner
Editor: Phil Pilley


Britons to the Rescue or English Virtue Preserved in South America ft
MR.ALFRED MARKS as Laban Brood the spider and McTavish the Scot
MR. RONNIE BARKER as an American dastard a revolting Dutch miner and British John Hope
MR. WARREN MITCHELL us Don Andr6, a vain
South American governor
MR. LESLIE FRENCH as a juvenile French silver miner and Faggtes
MISS PATRICIA ROUTLEDGE as ' Our Mary ' daughter of John Hope
MR. BILL SHINE as George Freemantle a typical honest Briton
MR. JOHN GOWER as a handsome Captain a wholly British Grenadier
MISS SANDRA MICHAELS as the lively Nancy ' and a messenger boy
The fully augmented two-piece orchestra, including Miss MARTA EITLER (violin). will be conducted by MR. MAURICE ARNOLD (pianoforte) The New Electric Lights were all man-handled by Mr. John Summers
Acousticals were in the Sound hand of Mr. Dick Chamberlain
The Make-Ups by Miss Christina
Morris (a Master of Facial Control)
The New Habits were made proper by Mrs. Olive Harris
The Lavish Scenes made Beyond All Belief by Mr. Keith Norman
The Manuscript (and Actors) were beneath the Constant Notice of MR ALEC CLUNES
The Whole was Judiciously Adjusted to your screen by MR. BRYAN SEARS
Maurice Arnold appears by arrangement with Bernard Delfont Ltd.


Unknown: Mr. Ronnie Barker
Unknown: John Hope


A serial in five parts by BRIAN HAYLES
PART4: The Black Return
Story editor, Roger Parkes
Film cameraman, Tony Leggo Film editor, Dave Taylor
Designer, Peter Seddon
Directed by GERALD BLAKE


Unknown: Brian Hayles
Editor: Roger Parkes
Unknown: Tony Leggo
Editor: Dave Taylor
Designer: Peter Seddon
Producer: Alan Bromly
Directed By: Gerald Blake
Theodore: David Andrews
Minolti: John Hollis
Francesca: Sheila Hammond
Adela ,: Stephanie Randall
Daniel Spencer: Christopher Tranchell
Edward Gargan: John Phillips
Finn: Victor Brooks
Myra Gargan: Sarah Lawson
Arnold: Brian Cant
Edgarsund: Gerald Sim
Dr Zemouron: Andrew Sachs
Irwin: James Cossins

: CINEMA 625

The Witches of Salem
Les Sorcières de Salem
A French film with English sub-titles adapted by JEAN-PAUL SARTRE from the play The Crucible by ARTHUR MILLER
Directed by Raymond Rouleau starring


Unknown: Arthur Miller
Directed By: Raymond Rouleau
Unknown: Simone Signoret
Unknown: Yves Montand
Elizabeth Proctor: Simone Signoret
John Proctor: Yves Montand
Abigail: Mylene Demongeot
Parris: Jean Debucourt
Thomas Putnam: Alfred Adam
Francis Nurse: Pierre Larquey
Mary Warren: Pascale Petit



Round off the day with Denis Tuohy , Michael Oean
Nicholas Tresilian , Joan Bakewell and tonight's guests


Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Michael Oean
Unknown: Nicholas Tresilian
Unknown: Joan Bakewell

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