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: SATURDAY CINEMA

Run of the Arrow starring
ROD STEIGER with Brian Keith , Ralph Meeker
Directed by Samuel Fuller
As the American Civil War ends, the last bullet is fired by Private O'Meara of the Southern Forces. It wounds U.S. Cavalry Lieutenant Driscoll. Later O'Meara is captured by a band of Indians under Crazy Wolf and is accepted by the Sioux nation. When the government signs a treaty with the Indians, O'Meara is appointed by the Indians as their agent, but the man in charge of the government army is Lt. Driscoll. And when Crazy Wolf breaks the treaty O'Meara and Driscoll are on opposite sides again....

Contributors

Unknown: Rod Steiger
Unknown: Brian Keith
Unknown: Ralph Meeker
Directed By: Samuel Fuller
Unknown: Crazy Wolf
O'Meara: Rod Steiger
Yellow Moccasin: Sarita Montiel
Captain Clark: Brian Keith
Lt Driscoll: Ralph Meeker
Walking Coyote: Jay C Flippen
Blue Buffalo: Charles Bronson
Mrs O'Meara: Olive Carey
Crazy Wolf H: M Wynant
Lt Stockwell: Neyle Morrow

: RUGBY SPECIAL

Introduced by Cliff Morgan
The International Championship 1968-69
FRANCE v. WALES
Today at the Stade Colombes in Paris, France (who were the five-nation champions for the last two seasons), had the last chance to redeem their honour and record their first win of the current season. Their sad tally of ten consecutive defeats by the elite of world rugby can hardly have bred the necessary confidence to take on what is acknowledged as the most impressive Welsh team for many seasons. After their crushing dominance of Ireland a fortnight ago, Wales must now be regarded as favourites for the championship.
Presented by the French Television Service
Series producer, ALAN MOUNCER.

Contributors

Introduced By: Cliff Morgan
Producer: Alan Mouncer.

: IMPERIAL PALACE

by ARNOLD BENNETT dramatised in four parts by MICHAEL VOYSEY starring ROY DOTRICE
Merger terms have been agreed and Sir Henry is taking more interest in the running of the Imperial Palace. Violet has been appointed Head Housekeeper.
PART 3: Departures
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor, Lennox Phillips
Costumes. John Bloomfield
Lighting, Dennis Channon
Designer, Michael Young
Producer. DAVID CONROY
Directed by Paddy RUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown: Arnold Bennett
Unknown: Michael Voysey
Unknown: Roy Dotrice
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Unknown: John Bloomfield
Unknown: Dennis Channon
Designer: Michael Young
Producer: David Conroy
Directed By: Paddy Russell
Violet Powler: Anna Cropper
Monsieur Ceria: Georges Lambert
Miss Prentiss: Beryl Cooke
Beatrice Noakes: Patsy Rowlands
Miss Venables: Cynthia Etherington
Evelyn Orcham: Rov Dotrice
Sir Henry Savott: Cyril Luckham
Waiter: Philip Hoare
Dr Constam: Roger Gale
Gracie Savott: Hildegard Neil
Woman in Oyster Bar: Anne Woodward
Henri Laugier: Harold Kasket
French waiter: Barry Dupre
Emile Cousin: Peter Copley

: THE PHILPOTT FILE

A series of film reports by Trevor Philpott
THE FILE on THIS GERMAN BUSINESS
The size, population, and industrial structure of West Germany and Britain are so alike that they could be identical twins. But over the past ten years the German twin has grown husky, vigorous, and confident, while the British one remains sickly and fearful of the future.
Why should there be such a difference? What is the secret of the German economic victory? This F'ile examines three German businesses, different in size, scope, and character, but having one thing in common-success.
Produced by PETER ROBINSON
Directed by RANDAL BEATTIE

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Philpott
Produced By: Peter Robinson
Directed By: Randal Beattie

: ONCE MORE WITH FELIX

starring JULIE FELIX with special guests,
JOHN RENBOURNE and DANNY THOMPSON
THE JOHN CAMERON QUARTET
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON
Sound, Alan Edmonds
Lighting. Ken McGregor
Design. J. Roger Lowe
Production, MEL CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Felix
Unknown: John Renbourne
Unknown: Danny Thompson
Unknown: John Cameron
Unknown: Alan Edmonds
Unknown: Ken McGregor
Design: J. Roger Lowe

: RELEASE

The weekly arts magazine
GALA PERFORMANCE
An anniversary and a new ballet: thirty-five years on the stage for Dame Margot Fonteyn , and a gala premiere to commemorate it.
The ballet is Pelléas et MeHtsande, created to the music of Schoenberg by the famous French choreographer Roland Petit , whose own company celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary this year. It forms part of next Wednesday's gala evening at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in honour of Dame Margot, and in it she herself dances with Rudolf Nureyev.
Release watches the ballet in rehearsal and talks with three of the brightest stars in the world of ballet: Fonteyn, Nureyev and Petit.
*
TWENTY YEARS ON
In 1949 Angus Wilson published his first book, The Wrong Set. This book of short stories was greeted with universal acclaim and proved a significant influence in the years that followed. It has been reprinted now to mark the twentieth anniversary. How much has the writing of fiction in England changed during these years and how does Angus Wilson see his own contribution?
Interviewer, James Mossman
Producers: Colin Nears , Darrol Blake Christopher Martin
Editor, LORNA PEGRAM

Contributors

Unknown: Dame Margot Fonteyn
Unknown: Roland Petit
Unknown: Rudolf Nureyev.
Unknown: Angus Wilson
Unknown: Angus Wilson
Interviewer: James Mossman
Producers: Colin Nears
Producers: Darrol Blake
Producers: Christopher Martin
Editor: Lorna Pegram

: NEWS SUMMARY

: COLOUR ME POP

Late Night Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features
Harmony Grass
Production, STEVE TURNER

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Turner

: MIDNIGHT MOVIE

Operation Amsterdam starring
PETER FINCH , EVA BARTOK
TONY BRITTON , ALEXANDER KNOX
Screenplay by MICHAEL MCCARTHY and JOHN ELDRIDGE
Directed by Michael McCarthy
Produced by Maurice Cowan
In 1940 a daring mission is planned to prevent millions of pounds' worth of industrial diamonds from being seized by the invading German Armies in Holland.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Finch
Unknown: Eva Bartok
Unknown: Tony Britton
Unknown: Alexander Knox
Unknown: Michael McCarthy
Unknown: John Eldridge
Directed By: Michael McCarthy
Produced By: Maurice Cowan
Jan Smit: Peter Finch
Anna: Eva Bartok
Major Dillon: Tony Britton
Walter Keyser: Alexander Knox
Johan Smit: Malcolm Keen
Dutch Lieutenant: Tim Turner
Commander Bowerman: John Horsley
Willem: Christopher Rhodes








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