Bob Hope , Bing Crosby Dorothy Lamour
Bing and Bob are a couple of song-and-dance men down on their luck in Australia. Fleeing Sydney to avoid a shot-gun marriage, they find themselves on the isle of Bali-mixed up with a quest for sunken treasure owned by Dorothy Lamour.
The last of the original 'Road' series - and the first in colour - also has a fine array of songs by Johnny Burke and James Van Heusen.
Screenplay by FRANK BUTLER
HAL KANTER and WILLIAM MORROW Produced by HARRY TUGEND Directed by HAL WALKER
from Blenheim Palace
House plants grow equally well and look just as decorative in palaces or bed-sitters, so they make ideal Christmas presents.
Percy Thrower shows some favourites and gives practical advice on how to look after them.
Directed by RICHARD FAWKES Produced by BILL DUNCALF t (from BBC Midlands)
Introduced by CLIFF MORGAN England v South Africa
When England last faced a touring side-the Sixth All-Blacks in November 1967 -they were swamped 23-11 by a brand of Rugby which, whilst it became the trademark of the New Zealanders, also revolutionised the training and selection of England's International squad.
This afternoon at Twickenham these new methods were put to their first major test against a South African XV who have recently discovered their true International form.
Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Producer ALAN MOUNCER t
The Treasures from the Sacred Well
Introduced by MAGNUS MAGNUSSON With DR ERIC THOMPSON and NORMAN SCOTT
Into this pool they had the custom to throw live men in times of drought ... if this land has had gold in it, it is in this pool that most of it would be (Bishop
Diego de Landa, c 1560 AD)
The words of the first bishop of Yucatan have attracted many to the Sacred Well at ChichSn Itza - the great Maya city which now lies in ruins in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico.
Tonight Chronicle comes from the City Museum in Birmingham, where finds from the Sacred Well are on display - flown specially to Britain for the first time.
Directed by DAVID COLLISON
Produced by PAUL JOHNSTONE
Introduced by Ray Alan featuring Jacqueline Harbord , Reg Park Special guest artists Jurgen Eberwein
Kiki and Clive, Blanka Mares
THE ICE SHOW SKATERS
Production routines staged by REG PARK Script by CHARLES HART and PETER BISHOP THE FRED TOMLINSON SINGERS
Musical director MALCOLM LOCKYER Design KENNETH SHARP
Presented in association with Gerald Palmer and the Tom Arnold Organisation Produced by COLIN CHARMAN
The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
Hockney's Television: Pop artist David Hockney likes to watch television. But all he ever sees is the test card, because he works when the programmes are on. He considers television to be the. great educator, and would like to see it ' properly ' used: with continuous transmissions on 30 channels, freedom -from commercials and political pressures, endless variety, something for everybody.
Radn6ti: I wanted to be free all my life-and guards escorted me along the road' ... Miklos Radndti , an outstanding modern Hungarian poet, was killed by the Nazis 25 years ago. His life, death, his poetry are powerful indictments against man's bestiality to man: they add up to a plea for being human.
Alan Bates tells the story of Radnoti and reads some of his poems.
Directed by ROBERT VAS
Five English Kings: Sir John Gielgud and Professor George Rylands in an evening of Shakespeare at the National Portrait Gallery. Extracts from Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V, Henry VI, and Richard III.
Directed by TRISTRAM POWELL
Producers DARROL BLAKE
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN , PETER ADAM Editor JAMES MOSSMAN t
by NEVIL SHUTE
A Tale of the Twenties dramatised by ELWYN JONES
Late one night Commander Stevenson sees some strange goods being unloaded on a lonely beach. Before he is knocked unconscious he also sees three faces. This is the start of a tale involving smuggling, murder, and revenge.
Title music RON GRAINER Costumes SUSAN WHEAL Make-up EILEEN MAIR
Script editor ANDREW BROWN Designer MALCOLM MIDDLETON Producer HARRY MOORE
Directed by JOHN MATTHEWS t
Sir David Carter:
starring Cary Grant , Tony Curtis
An admiral recalls how an enterprising lieutenant refloated his submarine after it had been sunk by the Japanese.
Cary Grant and Tony Curtis make an interesting contrast in this gentle comedy about World War II directed by Blake Edwards.
Screenplay by STANLEY SHAPIRO and MAURICE RICHLIN based on a story by PAUL KING and JOSEPH STONE Directed by BLAKE EDWARDS Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR
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