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: SATURDAY CINEMA

Today:
The Blazing Forest with JOHN PAYNE and William Demarest , Susan Morrow
Agnes Moorehead , Richard Arlen
Screenplay by LEWIS R. FOSTER and WINSTON MILLER
Directed by Edward Ludwig
Trouble between two brothers in a logging camp leads to a forest fire and tragedy.

Contributors

Unknown: John Payne
Unknown: William Demarest
Unknown: Susan Morrow
Unknown: Agnes Moorehead
Unknown: Richard Arlen
Unknown: Lewis R. Foster
Unknown: Winston Miller
Directed By: Edward Ludwig
Kelly Hanson: John Payne
Sharon Wilks: Susan Morrow
Syd Jessup: Willlam Demarest
Jessie Crain: Agnes Moorehead
Joe Morgan: Richard Arlen
Beans: Roscoe Ates
Grace: Lynne Roberts
Pete: Jim Davis

: The World of Horses

An anthology of the horse, its relationship with man throughout the ages and its role today on the American scene.
A Wolper production
This film shares the same narrator as 'Big Cats, Little Cats,' the unique and absorbing study of the animal family, from kittens to cougars, which was shown on BBC TV last October.

Contributors

Narrator: Lorne Greene
Director: Joseph L. Scanlan

: BRIGADOON

The famous
Lerner and Loewe musical
The classic fantasy of an enchanted Scottish village which comes to life only once every century starring with Book and lyrics by ALAN JAY LERNER
Music by FREDERIC LOEWE
Choreography by PETER GENNARO
Produced and directed by FIELDER COOK
First shown on-BBC-1

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Jay Lerner
Choreography By: Peter Gennaro
Directed By: Fielder Cook
Tommy: Robert Coulet
Fiona: Sally Ann Howh
Jeff: Peter Falk
Mr Lundie: Finlay Currie
Meg: Marlyn Mason
Harry Beaton: Edward Villella
Charley Dalrimple: Thomas Carlisle
Jeannie McLaren: Linda Howe
Andrew McLaren: Rhys Williams

: CHRONICLE

Bring in the Big Hammer
The Industrial Revolution began in Britain, but every day now buildings, machinery, and processes which made possible this crucial advance in man's history are being destroyed. Chronicle looks at some of the successes and some of the frustrations of trying to save part of Britain's great industrial heritage. with Magnus Magnusson
Written and directed by MARTIN MINNS
Produced by PAUL JOHNSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Directed By: Martin Minns
Produced By: Paul Johnstone

: Once More with Felix

starring JULIE FELIX
with special guests, ROY KINNEAR, THE HOLLIES
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON
Special material, Joe Steeples
Sound, Alan Edmonds
Lighting, Peter Catlett
Design, J. Roger Lowe
Production, STANLEY DORFMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Felix
Unknown: Roy Kinnear
Director: John Camerom
Unknown: Alan Edmonds
Unknown: Peter Catlett
Design: J. Roger Lowe
Unknown: Stanley Dorfman

: RELEASE

The weekly arts magazine
INTER-ACTION
A unique experiment of taking drama into the community has grown up this year and has now reached a crisis.
Ed Berman , writer and theatre director, is seen at work with small children in Paddington, older boys at Chalk Farm, and a group of adults at The Ambiance.
THE LONGEST MURAL IN THE
WORLD
... has just gone up in New York. Almost a year ago Release filmed the artist Stefan Knapp at his Surrey studio fusing coloured glass on to a sheet of steel, a process which achieves colours of extraordinary richness. Now the finished work is seen in situ around three sides of a New York building.
Directed by DAVID KRONIG
METAPHOROPOLIS
Cities of more than 1,000 million inhabitants-a prediction for the next century with appalling consequences. But there is more to cities than the population explosion and planners' attempts at a solution. This month's Architectural Design, guest-edited by Jonathan Miller , is devoted to the city as an imaginative metaphor' Metaphoropolis ': what it means and has meant to the imagination of artists, thinkers, and politicians. In tonight's programme he explains his ideas to John Donat.
Producers, Colin Nears
Darrol Blake , Christopher Martin
Editor, LORNA PEGRAM

Contributors

Unknown: Ed Berman
Artist: Stefan Knapp
Directed By: David Kronig
Unknown: Jonathan Miller
Unknown: John Donat.
Producers: Colin Nears
Unknown: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Christopher Martin
Editor: Lorna Pegram

: NEWS SUMMARY

: ME POP

Late Night Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features
Love Sculpture
Editor, ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Editor: Rowan Ayers

: MIDNIGHT MOVIE

Charley Moon starring
MAX BYG RAVES with Dennis Price , Michael Medwin
Florence Desmond
Screenplay by LESLIE BRICUSSE based on the novel by REGINALD ARKELL
Produced by Colin Leslie and Aubrey Baring
Directed by Guy Hamilton
After achieving fame and fortune, a music-hall entertainer pines for sincerity and his old friends.

Contributors

Unknown: Max Byg
Unknown: Dennis Price
Unknown: Michael Medwin
Unknown: Florence Desmond
Unknown: Leslie Bricusse
Novel By: Reginald Arkell
Produced By: Colin Leslie
Directed By: Guy Hamilton
Charley Moon: Max Bycraves
Harold Armytage: Dennis Price
Alf Higgins: Michael Medwin
Mary Minton: Florence Desmond
Angel Dream: Shirley Eaton
Rose: Patricia Driscoll
Miller Moon: Charles Victor
Vicar: Reginald Beckwith
Bill: Cyril Raymond








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