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: Saturday Cinema: Rage at Dawn

starring Randolph Scott
with Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers, J. Carrol Naish

The story of the notorious Reno Brothers gang who stand out in the fiery pages of American outlaw history as the first band of desperadoes to attempt a train robbery.
Based upon actual incidents, this film was shot in and around the Columbia Historic State Park near Sonora, California, using actual settings. This town has been preserved just as it was when built in the 1860s, the period in which the film is set.
(Colour)
(to 16.25)

Contributors

Director: Tim Whelan
James Barlow: Randolph Scott
Frank Reno: Forrest Tucker
Laura Reno: Mala Powers
Sim Reno: J. Carrol Naish
Judge Hawkins: Edgar Buchanan
John Reno: Myron Healey
Monk Claxton: Kenneth Tobey

: The News and Sport

followed by The Weather
(Colour)

: Rugby Special: Inter-City match: Glasgow v. Edinburgh

Introduced by Cliff Morgan

Edinburgh make a bid to win the Inter-District Championship title outright for the fourth time since 1954
Bill McLaren reports from Hughenden
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Morgan
Commentator: Bill McLaren
Director: Bill Malcolm
Series producer: Alan Mouncer

: Resurrection: Part 4: Resurrection

by L. N. Tolstoy
dramatised in four parts by Alexander Baron
starring Alan Dobie
Dmitri arranged for Maslova to have more congenial work in the prison hospital while he went to St. Petersburg to hasten her appeal. The appeal was rejected.
For details see Thursday, 9.55 p.m.
(Colour)

Contributors

Author: L. N. Tolstoy
Dramatised by: Alexander Baron
Producer: David Conroy
Director: David Giles
Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov: Alan Dobie

: She Paints

About 10,000 British housewives compete every year in a Housewives Painting Competition run by The People.
What happened this year? What makes these housewives paint? What do the judges think of their work?
The Judges: Sir Thomas Monnington, Sir John Rothenstein, Mervyn Levy
The Stars: Seven lively and enthusiastic contributors

(Colour)

Contributors

Judge: Sir Thomas Monnington
Judge: Sir John Rothenstein
Judge: Mervyn Levy
Producer: Margaret McCall

: Once More with Felix

Starring Julie Felix
with special guests, John Lee Hooker, Won-Kyung Cho

As well as the brilliant Korean mime dancer, Dr. Won-Kyung Cho, Julie welcomes the coloured American blues singer John Lee Hooker to her show. He will be singing two of his own compositions, 'I'll never get out of these blues alive' and 'It serves me right to suffer.'
(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/Guitarist/Presenter: Julie Felix
Singer: John Lee Hooker
Mime dancer: Won-Kyung Cho
Musical Director: John Cameron
Special material: Joe Steeples
Sound: Alan Edmonds
Lighting: Peter Catlett
Design: J. Roger Lowe
Production: Stanley Dorfman

: Release

The weekly arts magazine

This Story of Yours
John Hopkins's first play for the theatre opens this week in London. Tonight the award-winning television playwright talks about himself and his current writing. This includes The Virgin Soldiers screenplay, the Columbia Pictures production now shooting; a television play; and two film scripts-one a love story and the other an epic.

The Euston Arch
Demolished in 1961, the Euston Arch was a great piece of architecture and the symbol of the great railway age. Why was it demolished? Tonight, to coincide with the publication of a book by the architects Alison and Peter Smithson, Ian Nairn travels to Euston and talks about the Arch.

Willem de Kooning
Dutch-born artist Willem de Kooning has been one of the most influential painters of the New York school which emerged immediately after the War, when his savage, expressionist style made a tremendous impact on the art world.
On the occasion of his first comprehensive exhibition in this country which opened at the Tate Gallery last Thursday, Release shows de Kooning in his studio at work and talking about his work.

(Colour)

Contributors

Subject (This Story of Yours): John Hopkins
Director (This Story of Yours): Darrol Blake
Presenter (The Euston Arch): Ian Nairn
Director (The Euston Arch): Francis Gladstone
Subject (Willem de Kooning): Willem de Kooning
Director (Willem de Kooning): Robert Snyder
Producer: Colin Nears
Producer: Darrol Blake
Producer: Christopher Martin
Editor: Lorna Pegham

: Colour Me Pop

Late Night Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features Timebox

(Colour)

Contributors

Musicians: Timebox
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: News Summary

(Colour)

: Midnight Movie: Only Two Can Play

starring Peter Sellers, Mai Zetterling, Virginia Maskell
with Richard Attenborough

The librarian in a Welsh provincial town becomes unsuccessfully entangled with the glamorous wife of a town councillor.

Contributors

Screenplay: Bryan Forbes
Based on the novel That Uncertain Feeling by: Kingsley Amis
Producer: Leslie Gilliat
Director: Sidney Gilliat
John Lewis: Peter Sellers
Liz: Mai Zetterling
Jean: Virginia Maskell
Probert: Richard Attenborough
Hyman: Graham Stark
Salter: John Le Mesurier
Vernon: Raymond Huntley
Jenkins: Kenneth Griffith








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