The third of three new films from Heinz Sielmann The Field
Narrated by David Attenborough As agriculture has rolled across Europe it has provided a new land for creatures who evolved for quite different surroundings. Some have coped and even flourished. Others, like the shy bustards - Europe's largest flying birds - have been pushed into odd corners. This unique film is the story of these successes and failures.
Presented by MICK RHODES
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)
starring Frank Sinatra
Kathryn Grayson , Gene Kelly with Jose Iturbi and Tom and Jerry
One of the most famous of all screen musicals, Anchors Aweigh stars Kelly and Sinatra as two sailors on four days' shore leave in Hollywood. Contributing to the spectacle are singing star Kathryn Grayson, pianist Jose Iturbi, and, in one of the high spots of the film, those two popular cartoon characters Tom and Jerry dance with Gene Kelly.
Director GEORGE SIDNEY
Girl from Brooklyn:
The King Without a Face by IAN THORNE with The marriage of Prince Arthur to Catherine of Aragon will unite England and Spain. Henry at last knows his heir is secure. But no man can command the future.
Producer JORDAN LAWRENCE Director PETER MOFFATT
Sir Richard Guildford:
Sir Reginald Bray:
Earl of Oxford:
van Der Burgh
Catherine of Aragon:
The King's Confessor:
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