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: Saturday Cinema: Latin Lovers

Lana Turner , Ricardo Montalban John Lund , Louis Calhern
Lana Turner plays the poor little rich girl who wants to be married for love and not for her 37-million dollars. A trip to Brazil helps her resolve the problem.
Director MERVYN LE ROY. Films: page 11


Unknown: Lana Turner
Unknown: Ricardo Montalban
Unknown: John Lund
Unknown: Louis Calhern
Unknown: Lana Turner
Director: Mervyn Le Roy.
Nora Taylor: Lana Turner
Roberto Santos: Ricardo Montalban
Paul Chevron: John Lund
Grandfather Santos: Louis Calhern
Anne Kellwood: Jean Hagen
Dr Newman: Eduard Franz
Woman analyst: Beulah Bondi

: Vision On

Squares: It's fairly easy to play table-tennis with square bats and an invisible ball but much more difficult if the ball is square and the bats are invisible! Tony Hart , Pat Keysell
(The address to send paintings to Is: Vision On, BBCtv, London W12 8QT. We are sorry we cannot return any, but we do give a prize for each one shown.)


Unknown: Tony Hart
Unknown: Pat Keysell
Unknown: Sylveste McCoy
Director: Clive Doig
Producer: Patrick Dowling

: The Money Programme

As Others See Us
Why does Britain have to borrow?

: Open Door

The Six Circle Group who promote mutual community service present Gie's a Break

: Horizon

The Bull's-Eye War
If you can locate your target, you can destroy it. One shot, one tank - or one aircraft or even one ship. This stark fact has changed the face of ' 'conventional' warfare just in the last few years. Horizon explores this new world of military electronic wizardry.
Written and produced by dominic FLESSATI


Narrator: Frank Gillard
Produced By: Dominic Flessati

: Network

Tonight from BBC North West The King of Darts
Alan Evans is a 26-year-old Welsh-man who brings to the world of darts what Barry John brought to rugby and Denis Law to football - moments of magic that set crowds bubbling with pleasure.
After a successful American tour Evans is now in South East Asia. Darts fanatics in Bangkok and Singapore are seeing ' the master' in action. Then he is off to Australia, which boasts the world's men's pairs champions, to do battle on new ground.
He tells of the strains you suffer when your living depends on your accuracy with three 22-gramme pieces of tungsten alloy-and of the rewards.
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD


Unknown: Alan Evans
Unknown: Barry John
Unknown: Denis Law
Producer: Sid Waddell
Unknown: Frank Gillard

: M*A*S*H

starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye Wayne Rogers as Trapper John Crisis
Things have come to a pretty pass. The hot spot of the war has shifted over a bit so no casualties are coming in to the 4077th.


Unknown: Alan Alda
Unknown: Hawkeye Wayne Rogers

: MrMagoo

in Masquerader Magoo


Unknown: Masquerader Magoo

: News and Sport


: Film International: La Sirene du Mississippi

Starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Catherine Deneuve

A season of some of the latest and best feature films from around the world.
Louis Mane, owner of a cigarette factory on an African island, has arranged his marriage by correspondence. When his bride arrives, he is surprised to find that she is not at all like the girl he had expected.
Films: page 11


Based on the novel Waltz into Darkness by: William Irish
Writer/Director: Francois Truffaut
Louis Mahe: Jean-Paul Belmondo
Julie Roussel/Marion: Catherine Deneuve
Comolli: Michel Bouquet
Berthe Roussel: Nelly Borgeaud
Jardine: Marcel Berbert
Richard: Roland Thenot
Landlady: Martine Ferriere

: The Lively Arts - In Performance

Robin Ray introduces the world famous Stuttgart Ballet in a television version of JOHN CRANKO 'S Onegin based on the poem by Pushkin and following the same story as Tchaikovsky's opera. His dramatic and romantic ballet has become a modern classic, especdaHy when danced by the artistes for whom it was created.
Marcia Haydée as Tatiana Heinz Clauss as Onegin Egon Madsen as Lenski Joyce Cucco as Olga
Choreography by JOHN CRANKO Designer JURGEN ROSE
Director DAVID SUTHERLAND A ZDF production


Introduces: Robin Ray
Unknown: John Cranko
Unknown: Tatiana Heinz Clauss
Unknown: Onegin Egon Madsen
Unknown: Lenski Joyce Cucco
Choreography By: John Cranko
Designer: Jurgen Rose
Director: David Sutherland

: Late News on 2


: Midnight Movie: The Brass Legend

Hugh O'Brian Nancy Gates
Raymond Burr
Sheriff Wade Adams is told that Tris Hatten , a dangerous wanted man, is hiding out on the outskirts of town - and arrests him. But his informant is his fiancee's young brother and Hatten's accomplices are out for revenge.
Director GERD OSWALD Films: page 11


Unknown: Hugh O'Brian
Unknown: Nancy Gates
Unknown: Raymond Burr
Unknown: Sheriff Wade Adams
Unknown: Tris Hatten
Sheriff Wade Adams: Hugh O'Brian
Linda: Nancy Gates
Tris Hatten: Raymond Burr
Millie: Reba Tassell
Clay: Donald MacDonald

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