Starring Dick Emery
with Patsy Ann Noble, Pepe Jaramillo, The Carson-Walker Twins
Other artists appearing: Mark Singleton, John Witty
A weekly programme which focuses on people and the situations which shape their lives.
In the second part of this four-part enquiry Man Alive looks at the world of the landlord, from private operators to the municipal corporations. Who are the men to whom we pay our rent? Who are the men who make the rules tenants must obey? And what are the profits? Twenty-five-million of us live under landlords: few of us know anything about them.
William Holden stars as The Remarkable Andrew.
With Brian Donlevy, Ellen Drew
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Story and screenplay:
Gen. Andrew Jackson:
Gen. George Washington:
Mr. Thomas Jefferson:
Mr. Chief Justice Marshall:
Dr. Benjamin Franklin:
Private Henry Bartholomew Smith:
Dr. Clarence Upjohn:
District Attorney Orville Beamish:
Mayor Ollie Lancaster:
Judge Ormond Krebbs:
Chief Clerk Art Slocumb:
City Treasurer R.R. McCall:
Purchasing Agent Sam Savage:
In the second of two programmes recorded by this great jazz innovator and his group.
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), James Moody (tenor saxophone), Kenny Barron (piano), Christopher Wesley White (bass), Rudy Collins (drums).
Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton.
(The Dizzy Gillespie Quintet appear by arrangement with Harold Davison)
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