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: Saturday Cinema Men with Wings

starring Fred MacMurray
Ray Milland , Louise Campbell
A thrilling story of aviation pioneering and in particular of three Americans who devoted their lives to designing and building aeroplanes.
Produced and directed by WILLIAM A. WELLMAN
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Fred MacMurray
Unknown: Ray Milland
Unknown: Louise Campbell
Directed By: William A. Wellman
Pat Falconer: Fred MacMurray
Scott Barnes: Ray Milland
Peggy: Louise Campbell
Joe Gibbs: Andy Devine
Nick Ranson: Walter Abel
Hank: Lynne Overman
Hiram F Jenkins: Porter Hall
Pat (as a child): Donald O'Connor
Peggy (as a child): Virginia Weidler
Scott (as a child): Billy Cook
Martha Ranson: Kitty Kelly
J A Nolan: James Burke

: Closedown

: Westminster

DAVID HOLMES reviews week-by-week the moves made by the politicians and examines the part played by government in the lives of us all.
Editor JOHN DANVERS

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes
Editor: John Danvers

: Rugby Special 1871-1971: RFU Centenary Year series

Welsh Youth v
French Youth (Colour) and the County Championship Final Gloucester v Surrey Commentators: at Gloucester CLIFF MORGAN at Swansea DAVID PARRY-JONES
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Morgan
Unknown: David Parry-Jones
Producer: Alan Mouncer

: One Pair of Eyes You Must Make People Angry

is Mai Zetterling's theme in this series of highly personal films.
In tonight's One Pair of Eyes MAl ZETTERLING gives her own provocative views on the world as she sees it - views on marriage, on the pressures of contemporary society, on women and on her own attempts to live without compromising.
This is a film about the making of a film - a short film Mai Zetterling has directed expressly for this programme in which she states her belief in what she calls ' an awareness of life.' In it the husband and wife are acted by her close friends the actor JOSS ACKLAND and his real wife
ROSE MARY .
Producer DAVID WHEELER
Directed by PETER CANTOR (Cover story: page 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Joss Ackland
Unknown: Rose Mary
Producer: David Wheeler
Directed By: Peter Cantor

: Jude the Obscure

by THOMAS HARDY : dramatised in six parts by HARRY GREEN
Sue has left her husband, Phillotson, and gone to Jude, although she insists they use separate bedrooms. She has started proceedings for a divorce from Phillotson, as has Jude from Arabella.
Part 5: To Aldbrickham
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer RICHARD WILMOT Producer MARTIN LlSEMORE Directed by HUGH DAVID

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Harry Green
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Producer: Martin Llsemore
Directed By: Hugh David
Sue Bridehead: Fiona Walker
Jude Fawley: Robert Powell
Richard Phillotson: John Franklyn-Robbins
Mrs Edlin: Gwen Nelson
Arabella Donn: Alex Marshall
Juey: Gary Rich
Registrar: Owen Berry
Willis: John Moore
Auctioneer: Christopher Hodge

: Scott on Industry

starring Terry Scott with June Whitfield , Henry McGee
Peter Butterworth , Anni Anderson and The Rita Williams Singers
Script by DAVE FREEMAN
Orchestra directed by DENNIS WILSON Design COLIN GREEN
Produced by PETER WHITMORE

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Scott
Unknown: June Whitfield
Unknown: Henry McGee
Unknown: Peter Butterworth
Unknown: Anni Anderson
Script By: Dave Freeman
Directed By: Dennis Wilson
Produced By: Peter Whitmore

: Late Night Line-Up One Man's Week

I consume television and cinema with the indiscriminate abandon of a goat. From the sublimitie.'of Kenneth Clark isolating the radium of creative intelligence to John Wayne trumpeting the ethos of the muscled oaf, I am there at the trough saluting and chewing. Gwyn Thomas looks back over his week
Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Clark
Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Gwyn Thomas
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: Midnight Movie: Margie

starring Jeanne Crain with Glenn Langan
Lynn Bari , Alan Young
Jeanne Crain plays a shy girl who is always losing her bloomers in this nostalgic tale of American high-school life in the 20s.
Directed by HENRY KING
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeanne Crain
Unknown: Glenn Langan
Unknown: Lynn Bari
Unknown: Alan Young
Unknown: Jeanne Crain
Directed By: Henry King
Margie: Jeanne Crain
Prof Fontayne: Glenn Langan
Miss Palmer: Lynn Bari
Roy Hornsdale: Alan Young
Marybelle: Barbara Lawrence
Johnny: Conrad Janis








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