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: Saturday Cinema: My Side of the Mountain

starring
Teddy Eccles , Theodore Bikel
Thirteen-year-old Sam Gribley , who hopes one day to be a botanist, decides to leave home and emulate his hero Thoreau by living alone for a year in the woods of the Canadian mountains. Armed with microscope, books and camping equipment, and accompanied by =his pet raccoon Gus, he boards an East-bound bus out of Toronto.
Screenplay by TED SHERDEMAN , JANE KLOVE and JOANNA CRAWFORD based on the novel by JEAN GEORGE
Produced by ROBERT B. RADNITZ
Directed by JAMES b. CLARK. Films: p 25

Contributors

Unknown: Teddy Eccles
Unknown: Theodore Bikel
Unknown: Sam Gribley
Unknown: Ted Sherdeman
Unknown: Jane Klove
Unknown: Joanna Crawford
Produced By: Robert B. Radnitz
Directed By: James B. Clark.
Sam Gribley: Teddy Eccles
Bando: Theodore Bikel
Miss Turner: Tudi Wiggins
Mr Gribley: Frank Perry
Mrs Gribley: Peggy Lodger
First daughter: Gina Dick
Second daughter: Karen Pearson
Little boy: Danny McIlravey
Mrs Fielder: Cosette Lee
First hunter: Larry Reynolds
Second hunter: Tom Harvey
Third hunter: Paul Herbert
First boy: Ralph Endersby
Second boy: George Allan
Ranger: Patrick Pervison

: Play Away

starring Brian Cant who invites you to join his guests in an entertainment of comedy and music, with Chloe Ashcroft , Frank Lazarus
Peter Hamill and Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer ALAN SPALDING Director JOHN SMITH Producer ANN REAY

Contributors

Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Frank Lazarus
Unknown: Peter Hamill
Unknown: Jonathan Cohen
Director: Jonathan Cohen
Designer: Alan Spalding
Director: John Smith
Producer: Ann Reay

: The Sky at Night

Patrick Moore and Michael Bentine discuss UFOs fact or fantasy?
PATRICK MOORE and MICHAEL BEN TINE consider the question of UFOS, and try to decide what these strange phenomena could be.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Michael Bentine
Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Michael Ben

: Horizon

The Fat in the Fire
It is not true that fat adults in general eat more than thin ones. It is not true that an overfed baby will become a fat adult. So why do some people stay thin and others get fat? The answer seems to lie in the strange action of ' brown fat' cells.

: Grapevine

A monthly report from
Ian Breach and Ann Hunter Country Matters ...

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Breach
Unknown: Ann Hunter

: Cricket: Australia v England

The First Test from Perth
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the second day's play.

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud

: News and Sport

Weather

: A Visit to the Hammons Family

Sherman and Burl Hammons and their sister Maggie Hammons Parker live in the hills of West Virginia, less than 150 miles from Washington, DC, but their music and way of life have hardly changed since that of their 18th-century ancestors on the frontier. With Alan Jabbour , director of the Folk Life Center, Library of Congress.
Narrator MICHAEL SMEE
Photography JOHN ELF
Film recordist STANLEY NIGHTINGALE Film editor KEITH RAVEN
Written and produced by ANN TURNER

Contributors

Unknown: Burl Hammons
Unknown: Maggie Hammons
Unknown: Alan Jabbour
Editor: Keith Raven
Produced By: Ann Turner

: The World About Us

Down on the Factory Farm
When most of us think of a farm, we imagine contented animals in beautiful surroundings. But that image is fast disappearing: many animals now live indoors. It's been called factory-farming, and animal welfare groups claim it's cruel. But the farming industry says the intensive methods are inevitable if we want cheap, plentiful food. Narrated by JOHN HEDGES
Written and produced by TONY EDWARD. Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: John Hedges
Produced By: Tony Edward.

: Jazz, Rock and marriage

Barbara Thompson , classically trained jazz multi-instrumentalist on tenor, alto and soprano saxophone, clarinet and flute, is married to Jon Hiseman , self-taught virtuoso drummer, who until recently led the successful rock band COLOSSEUM.
Earlier this year they decided for the first time to put their musical relationship on a regular basis. Jon joined Barbara's quartet, PARAPHERNALIA, with COLIN DUDMAN on keyboards and DILL KATZ on bass guitar.
Film cameraman MIKE SOUTHON Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Executive producer HERBERT CHAPPELL Producer MICHAEL DIBB
(Barbara Thompson 's Paraphernalia can be seen at 11.0 pm on Monday)

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Thompson
Unknown: Jon Hiseman
Unknown: Colin Dudman
Editor: Julian Miller
Producer: Herbert Chappell
Producer: Michael Dibb
Unknown: Barbara Thompson

: Film International: Closed Circuit

starring
Flavio Bucci , Aurore Clement
When an old man is shot while watching a film, the whole audience is locked into the cinema while police investigate the murder. A reconstruction of the crime is arranged - and another man is killed. A state of siege develops in the cinema as the police are pressured to find the gunman and a second reconstruction is staged ...
Giuliano Montaldo 's ingenious thriller is also a fascinating study of the relationships between cinema violence and reality.
Written by NICOLA BADDALUCCO
MARIO GALLO , GIULIANO MONTALDO Directed by GIULIANO MONTALDO
(An Italian film with English sub-titles) (First showing on British television) Films: page 25

Contributors

Unknown: Flavio Bucci
Unknown: Aurore Clement
Unknown: Giuliano Montaldo
Written By: Nicola Baddalucco
Written By: Mario Gallo
Written By: Giuliano Montaldo
Directed By: Giuliano Montaldo
The Intellectual: Flavio Bucci
The Young Woman: Aurore Clement
The Investigator: Ettore Manni
The Commissioner: Brizio Montinaro
Gunmen: Giuliano Gemma,
Gunmen: William Berger
Gangster: Tony Kendall,
Gangster: Franco Balducci

: News on 2

Weather

: Midnight Movie: Christmas in Connecticut

starring Barbara Stanwyck
Dennis Morgan , Sydney Greenstreet Elizabeth Lane , writer of a successful column ' Diary of a Housewife', is suddenly commanded by her overbearing publisher to entertain a war hero for Christmas dinner as a publicity stunt. But unknown to her publisher, she is single, can't cook and faces the dilemma of conjuring up in the space of a few hours a home like the one she writes about, complete with antiques, a husband and an eight-month-old baby!
Screenplay by LIONEL HOUSER and ADELE COMANDINI
Directed by PETER GODFREY
. Films: page 25

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Stanwyck
Unknown: Dennis Morgan
Unknown: Sydney Greenstreet
Unknown: Elizabeth Lane
Unknown: Lionel Houser
Unknown: Adele Comandini
Directed By: Peter Godfrey
Elizabeth Lane: Barbara Stanwyck
Jefferson Jones: Dennis Morgan
Alexander Yardley: Sydney Greenstreet
John Sloan: Reginald Gardiner
Felix Bassenak: S Z Sakall
Dudley Beecham: Robert Shayne
Nora: Una O'Connor
Sinkewiez: Frank Jenks
Mary Lee: Joyce Compton
The Judge: Dick Elliott
Mr Higgenbottom: Charles Arnt








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