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: Saturday Cinema: The Awful Truth

Starring Cary Grant, Irene Dunne, Ralph Bellamy

Director Leo McCarey won an Oscar for his polished treatment of this comedy of manners, immaculately played by Cary Grant and Irene Dunne. They are cast as a happily married couple-happy, that is until...

Contributors

Screenplay: Vina Delmar
Screenplay: Arthur Richman
Produced and directed by: Leo McCarey
Jerry Warriner: Cary Grant
Lucy: Irene Dunne
David Leeson: Ralph Bellamy
Armand Duvalle: Alexander D'Arcy
Barbara Vance: Molly Lamont
Aunt Patsy: Cecil Cunningham

: Closedown

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower from The Priory of Lady St Mary, Wareham
A second visit to the gardens of this ancient Dorset House, now privately owned.
Next week Percy Thrower visits Sissinghurst Court in Kent - a fine example of creative artistry, skill, and imagination.

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Produced and directed by: Bill Duncalf

: A Year in the Life for Sonia and David: Just Married: June 1968 - June 1969

'I pronounce that they be man and wife': these are the words that begin the first year of marriage for the Wheelers.
What problems beset today's newly weds? Will marriage be what Sonia dreams of, a life of roses, or as David expects, an uphill struggle?

Contributors

Subject: Sonia Wheeler
Subject: David Wheeler
Producer: Paul Watson

: The Young Generation

Heather Beckers, Marie Betts, Ann Chapman, Jackie Dalton, Denise Fone, Lynda Herbert, Jane Herbert, Carolyn Heywood, Linda Jolliff, Lesley Judd, Kay Korda, Linda Lawrence, Sandy Penson, Terry Robinson, Wei Wei Wong, Bobby Bannerman, Iain Burton, Chris Cooper, Roger Finch, Richard Gough, Paul Guess, Harry Higham, Roger Howlett, Nigel Lythgoe, Colin Pilditch, Jeremy Robinson, Brian Rogers, Donald Torr, Kenneth Warwick, Trevor Willis

Starring Bobbie Gentry and Jamie Phillips, Sue and Sunny, Kenny Clare
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra

Contributors

Singer/Dancer: Heather Beckers
Singer/Dancer: Marie Betts
Singer/Dancer: Ann Chapman
Singer/Dancer: Jackie Dalton
Singer/Dancer: Denise Fone
Singer/Dancer: Lynda Herbert
Singer/Dancer: Jane Herbert
Singer/Dancer: Carolyn Heywood
Singer/Dancer: Linda Jolliff
Singer/Dancer: Lesley Judd
Singer/Dancer: Kay Korda
Singer/Dancer: Linda Lawrence
Singer/Dancer: Sandy Penson
Singer/dancer: Terry Robinson
Singer/Dancer: Wei Wei Wong
Singer/Dancer: Bobby Bannerman
Singer/Dancer: Iain Burton
Singer/Dancer: Chris Cooper
Singer/Dancer: Roger Finch
Singer/Dancer: Richard Gough
Singer/Dancer: Paul Guess
Singer/Dancer: Harry Higham
Singer/Dancer: Roger Howlett
Singer/Dancer: Nigel Lythgoe
Singer/Dancer: Colin Pilditch
Singer/Dancer: Jeremy Robinson
Singer/Dancer: Brian Rogers
Singer/Dancer: Donald Torr
Singer/Dancer: Kenneth Warwick
Singer/Dancer: Trevor Willis
Choreography: Douglas Squires
Singer: Bobbie Gentry
Singer: Jamie Phillips
Singers: Sue and Sunny
Drummer: Kenny Clare
Musicians: Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Musical Arrangements: Alan Roper
Musical Arrangements: Alyn Ainsworth
Script: Mike Craig
Script: Lawrie Kinsley
Costumes: Linda Martin
Lighting: Ken MacGregor
Sound: Hugh Barker
Design: Tim Harvey
Production: Stewart Morris

: Now and Then: Sad Stuff

with Robert Erskine

In Britain it is rare to unearth objects of great value, and all too often would-be treasure-seekers are rewarded by disappointingly worthless fragments.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Erskine
Presented by: Betty White
Director: Tom Corcoran

: Thirty-Minute Theatre: Lily: Part 1

by Jean Benedetti
[Starring] Dandy Nichols as Nancy Broughton, Iain Cuthbertson as William Stead, Avis Bunnage as Rebecca Jarrett

This story is true: it is also horrifying. In the 1880s children were raped and corrupted; if they were lucky they died young - if they lived they were old at 20. Bramwell Booth of the Salvation Army, together with the influential W.T. Stead, editor of The Pall Mall Gazette; obtained the help of a former prostitute, Rebecca, and so began their struggle to get the law changed.
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Jean Benedetti
Script Editor: Derek Hoddinott
Designer: Robert Berk
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Gilchrist Calder
Nancy Broughton: Dandy Nichols
William Stead: Iain Cuthbertson
Rebecca Jarrett: Avis Bunnage
Madame: Charlotte Selwyn
Man: Charles Rea
Annie Swan: Beryl Walsh
Bramwell Booth: John Carlisle
Florence Booth: Gillie McIver
Jane Farrer: Jean Johnson
Lizzie: Joanna Ash
Eliza Armstrong: Verina Greenlaw
Mrs. Armstrong: Freda Dowie
Sampson Jacques: Paul Stassino
Mme. Mourey: Muguette de Braie
Police Inspector: John Drake

: Review: The Intelligence System

The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman

Reminiscences of an international agent across three continents, or a fantasy inside someone's mind? Review presents an unusual thriller by novelist Anthony Paul in an unusual way.
Adapted and directed by Gavin Millar

Contributors

Presenter/Editor: James Mossman
Author: Anthony Paul
Adapter/Director: Gavin Millar
Photographed by: David Kronig
Producer: Peter Adam
Producer: Christopher Martin

: News Summary

: Midnight Movie: The Phantom of the Opera

Starring Herbert Lom, Heather Sears

The tragic and frightening tale of a musician who terrorises a London opera house.
In the third screen version of this classic horror story Herbert Lorn steps into the shoes previously occupied by Lon Chaney and Claude Rains.

Contributors

Screenplay: John Elder
Based on the story by: Gaston Leroux
Director: Terence Fisher
Producer: Anthony Hinds
The Phantom: Herbert Lom
Christine: Heather Sears
Lattimer: Thorley Walters
Harry: Edward de Souza
Lord Ambrose D'Arcy: Michael Gough
Rossi: Martin Miller

: Disco 2

Introduced by Tommy Vance featuring Tony Joe White, an American from 'Down South,' singer and songwriter of many hits including 'Polk Salad Annie' and 'Rainy Night in Georgia'
Also a new British group, Brinsley Schwarz: formed only five months ago, their music has a strong country flavour.
In addition Groundhogs will be playing 'Garden' from their album 'Thank Christ for the Bomb'

Contributors

Presenter: Tommy Vance
Singer: Tony Joe White
Musicians: Brinsley Schwarz
Musicians: Groundhogs
Design: Monica Ashley
Director: Colin Strong
Production: Granville Jenkins
Executive Producer: Rowan Ayers








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