By John Gould.
Ninth of 13 programmes.
With James Maxwell as Henry VII
With Perkin Warbeck proclaimed as rightful King of England by the Scots, Henry gathers an army to march north.
Sir John Oby:
Sir Richard Nanfan:
Earl of Derby:
Sir John Rosewarne:
Starring the popular Greek singer Nana Mouskouri
with The Athenians
and her guests:
The Oscar Peterson Trio from Canada,
The Vienna Boys Choir from Austria,
Topo Gigio from Italy
in a special programme recorded recently in Berlin.
A BBC/SFB co-production
The Oscar Peterson
The Vienna Boys
The Paul Kuhn SFB
Orchestral Arrangements/Associate Conductor:
The Art of Compilation.
The first of a group of films showing how the subtle assembly of contemporary films and documents can recapture the atmosphere of times past.
Nicole Vedres's fascinating record of life in Paris in the first 14 years of the 20th century deftly mixes fact and fiction to recreate the atmosphere of La Belle Epoque.
Auguste Renoir, Melba, Mistinguett, Bernhardt are just a few of the immortals who move before our very eyes in this remarkable film.
English commentary spoken by Richard Bebb.
(How the Nostalgia Industry got it all together: pages 8 and 9)
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