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: Saturday Cinema: The Bounty Hunter

starring Randolph Scott, Dolores Dorn, Marie Windsor.

A bounty hunter, tracking down outlaws for the reward, trails three train-robbers to a small town but there he finds a conspiracy of silence...
Randolph Scott, who stars in today's film, spent almost his entire movie career in the saddle. His stiff, almost wooden bearing exactly conveyed the feeling of the silent, mythical Westerner. In 1957 Andre Bazin, praising Scott's performance in "The Tall T", said: "His face bears an unmistakable resemblance to William Hart even down to the sublimely unexpressive blue eyes. Not one single expressive look, not the shadow of a thought or feeling".

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Winston Miller
Producer: Sam Bischoff
Director: Andre de Toth
Jim Kipp: Randolph Scott
Julie Spencer: Dolores Dorn
Alice: Marie Windsor
Sheriff Brand: Howard Petrie
Dr. Spencer: Harry Antrim
George Williams: Robert Keys
Rachin: Ernest Borgnine
Danvers: Dubb Taylor

: Cricket: England v. The West Indies: First Test Match

The final two hours' play on the third day, direct from Old Trafford. See also Grandstand

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower at Gravetye Manor, Sussex
from the Midlands
Percy Thrower writes on page 26
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Producer: Bill Duncalf

: Wheelbase: One Weekend in June

Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motor sport

A profile of the Le Mans 24-Hour Race
with Michael Frostick, Judith Jackson

Over the years, the 24-hour race at Le Mans has been the best endurance test in the world for sports cars. Bentley and Jaguar, Ferrari and Ford, have gone to any lengths to win it. But is the race this afternoon a contest between sports cars the motorist can buy? Or has Le Mans become a showplace for high-powered prototypes made regardless of price or the public?
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Gordon Wilkins
Reporter: Michael Frostick
Reporter: Judith Jackson
Associate Producer: John Mills
Producer: Brian Robins

: The News and Sport

followed by The Weather
(Colour)

: Sinister Street: Part 6: The Cup of Honour

by Compton MacKenzie
Dramatised in six parts by Ray Lawler

Michael, visiting Lily unexpectedly before their marriage, has discovered her being unfaithful to him. Mrs. Fane is about to return from her trip to Italy.
(Repeated on Thursday at 10.30 p.m.)
(Colour)

Contributors

Author: Compton MacKenzie
Dramatised by: Ray Lawler
Script Editor: Lennox Phillips
Make-up: Pam Burns
Lighting: Gerry Millerson
Designer: Sally Hulke
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Rex Tucker
Mrs. Fane: Jeanne Moody
Stella: Gillian Hawser
Annie: Kate Lansbury
Mrs. Ross: Jo Kendall
Michael: Brett Usher
Alan Merivale: Michael Osborne
Sylvia Searlett: Valerie Gearon
Mrs. Gainsborough: Betty Hardy
Belle: Sheena Marshe
Henry Meats: David Collings
Mrs. Cleghorne: Joan Hickson
Daisy Palmer: Jo Rowbottom
Inspector Dawkins: Leonard Trolley
Policeman: Dennis Adams
Syd Carvell: Edward Caddick
Priest: Richard Beale

: The Philpott File: The File on: The Merry Widows of Miami

A series of film reports by Trevor Philpott

In America there are now nearly ten million widows. They form a large and powerful section of society, many of them have plenty of money and plenty of life in them yet; and probably nowhere in the world is there quite such a concentration of widows as in Miami, Florida. Widows go there by the thousand, seeking to fill the time and the space left by the going of the man in their lives. What do they do with their money and their time? Just how merry is the merry, middle-class widow of America?
See page 35

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Trevor Philpott
Producer: Peter Robinson
Director: Randal Beattie

: Noel Harrison at the Talk of the Town

Noel's list of credits is full and crowded for a young man. Star of stage, films, and TV (particularly The Girl from UNCLE), he won an Oscar for 'Windmills of Your Mind' which he sang behind the credits and during the action of the Steve McQueen -Faye Dunaway movie The Thomas Crown Affair. You'll hear him do this number tonight, as well as his latest recording 'Sparrow.'
(Colour)

Contributors

Singer: Noel Harrison
Orchestra directed by: Peter Knight
Musical Arrangements: Tony Cox
Design: Jeremy Bear
Production: Stewart Morris

: Trooping the Colour

Recorded highlights of this morning's ceremony when Her Majesty The Queen took the Salute on Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall, at the Annual Parade in celebration of her Official Birthday

(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator: Tom Fleming
Commentator: Richard MacFarlane
Presented for TV by: John Vernon

: Release

The weekly arts magazine

Artists for Tomorrow: 3: The Visual Arts
A year ago students took over Hornsey College and guard dogs appeared at Guildford. Other art colleges, though less reported upon, were no less critical of the present state of art education. The result of this widespread dissatisfaction is the Joint Working Party of the Coldstream and Summerson committees, and the future of the art colleges now rests in their hands.
Three key questions are the concern of this film: What is the aim of art education? What will be the artist's role in the future? How can his ability be assessed?

The City is Dying-Look to Your Heads!
This year's Bath Festival opened last night under new management. People visit Bath to see the city as much as the events of the festival: it is among the most beautiful and architecturally important in Britain. But is eighteenth-century Bath attuning itself to the twentieth century or is it becoming an architectural museum?

(Colour)

Contributors

Director (Artists for Tomorrow): Michael MacIntyre
Director (The City is Dying-Look to Your Heads!): B. S. Johnson
Producer: Darrol Blake
Producer: Christopher Martin
Editor: Lorna Pegram

: Colour Me Pop

Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features The Strawbs

(Colour)

Contributors

Musicians: The Strawbs
Production: Steve Turner

: News Summary

(Colour)

: Midnight Movie: The Planter's Wife

Starring Jack Hawkins, Claudette Colbert, Anthony Steel, Ram Gopal

A Malayan rubber planter's determined fight against terrorism causes domestic friction.

Contributors

Screenplay: Peter Proud
Screenplay: Guy Elmes
Director: Ken Annakin
Producer: John Stafford
Jim Frazer: Jack Hawkins
Liz Frazer: Claudette Colbert
Inspector Hugh Dobson: Anthony Steel
Nair: Ram Gopal
Mat: Jeremy Spenser
Jack Bushell: Tom MacAuley








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