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: The Chaplin Revue

Two comedy shorts starring
Charlie Chaplin
Shoulder Arms In this masterly anti-war film, the hero plays a new recruit in World War I, who dreams of the perils and adventures that await him at the front.
The Pilgrim
In this second short Charlie plays an escaped prisoner who manages to become a respected man of God for a few hilarious hours.
Written and directed by CHARLES CHAPLIN
(City Lights: tomorrow at 1.50) 0 FILMS: page 29

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Chaplin
Directed By: Charles Chaplin
French girl: Edna Purviance
American sergeant/Kaiser: Sydney Chaplin
German officer/American bartender: Henry Bergman
American officer/German soldier: Albert Austin
Sergeant in camp: Tom Wilson
Crown Prince: Jack Wilson
Girl: Edna Purviance
Mother: Kitty Bradbury
Deacon: MacK Swain
Elder: Loyal Underwood
Boy: Dinky Dean
His mother: May Wells
Her husband: -Sydney Chapun
Crook: Chuck Riesner
Sheriff: Tom Murray
Policeman: Monta Bell

: Bearheart of the Northwest

starring
Marshall Reed Denver Pyle Joey Young
Dana Dillaway
When the Adams family arrives to take over the trading post near the town of Babylon in Oregon they find plenty of work - and adventure - in store for them. One day Beth, the daughter, is saved from a bear by an apparently
'wild' dog. It's then that the Adams hear the story of 'Bearheart' of the Northwest ...
Produced and directed by RAND BROOKS
● FILMS: page 29

Contributors

Unknown: Marshall Reed
Unknown: Denver Pyle
Unknown: Joey Young
Unknown: Dana Dillaway
Directed By: Rand Brooks

: The Saturday Alternative: The Royal Ballet in Romeo and Juliet

from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
Music SERGEI PROKOFIEV Choreography
KENNETH MACMILLAN
Scenery, costumes and additional designs
NICHOLAS GEORGIADIS
Stage lighting JOHN B. READ
Shakespeare's famous story about the ill-starred lovers of Verona set to some of the best-known ballet music of all time.
This production, by Kenneth MacMillan , with its exciting sword fights and tender love duets, is one of the great modern classics of the ballet stage.
JONATHAN COPE, GUY NIBLETT ASHLEY PAGE, STEPHEN SHERIFF Ballroom guests and townspeople
ARTISTS OF THE ROYAL BALLET Orchestra of the Royal Opera House leader JOHN BROWN Conducted by' Ashley Lawrence Introduced by Richard Baker
Produced in association with ARTS INTERNATIONAL
Television lighting JOHN ELFES Directed for television by COLIN NEARS , KENNETH MACMILLAN • FEATURE: page 149

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Georgiadis
Unknown: John B. Read
Production By: Kenneth MacMillan
Unknown: Niblett Ashley
Leader: John Brown
Introduced By: Richard Baker
Television By: Colin Nears
Juliet: Alessandra Ferri
Romeo: Wayne Eagling
Mercutio: Stephen Jefferies
Tybalt: David Drew
Benvolio: Mark Freeman
Paris: Julian Hosking
Lord Capulet: Derek Rencher
Lady Capulet: Sandra Conley
Escalus, Prince of Verona: Leslie Edwards
Rosaline: Pippa Wylde
Nurse: Gerd Larsen
Friar Laurence: Christopher Newton
Lord Montague: Donald MacLeary
Lady Montague: Julie Wood
Juliet's friends: Angela Cox
Juliet's friends: Linda Moran
Juliet's friends: Karen Paisey
,Juliet's friends: Julie Lincoln
Juliet's friends: Julie Rose
,Juliet's friends: Ravenna Tucker
Three harlots..: Rosalind Eyre
Three harlots: Sharon McGorian
Three: Harlotsjacqui Tallis
Mandolin dance: Antony Dowson
: Phillip Broomhead

: Saturday Review 1984

Most of the best and bits of the worst of the year's arts and media.
Presented by Russell Davies with comment and discussion from Joan Bakewell ,
Colin MacCabe and A. N. Wilson. Including the Amises, Brookner, Company of Wolves, Design, Ethiopia, Frankie, Grimethorpe,
Hamnett, Indiana Jones,
Jewel in the Crown, Killing Fields, Lenny Henry , Maxwell, Nineteen
Eighty-Four, Olympics, Paris Texas, Question Time,
Richard m, Saturday Night Affairs, The Thorn Birds, Under Fire, Vidal,
Wim Wenders , X-roads, Young fogeys, Zola.
Assistant producers
SAMIRA OSMAN , TONY TYLEY NICHOLAS SHAKESPEARE Director KEVIN LOADER Editor JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Presented By: Russell Davies
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Colin MacCabe
Unknown: A. N. Wilson.
Unknown: Lenny Henry
Unknown: Wim Wenders
Unknown: Samira Osman
Unknown: Tony Tyley
Unknown: Nicholas Shakespeare
Director: Kevin Loader
Editor: John Archer

: Fanny and Alexander

Concluding
INGMAR BERGMAN 'S magical journey into childhood Starring
3: Fanny and Alexander have moved to their stepfather's residence. At first Emilie, blinded by love, tries to conform with the Bishop's strict regime, but Alexander rebels and is loyally supported by Fanny. When reason fails, old Isak resorts to magic.
A Swedish series with English subtitles

Contributors

Unknown: Ingmar Bergman
Alexander: Bertil Guve
Fanny: Pernilla Auwin
Oscar Ekdahl: Allan Edwall
Emilie Ekdahl: Ewa Froling
Gustav Ekdahl: Jarl Kulle
Alma Ekdahl: Mona Malm
Carl Ekdahl: Borje Ahlstedt
Lydia Ekdahl: Christina Schollin
Helena Ekdahl: Gunn Wallgren
, Bishop Edvard Vergérus: Jan Malmsjo
Isak Jacobi: Erland Josephson
Justina: Harriet Andersson
Elsa Bergius: Hans Henrik Lerfeldt
Henrietta Verg6rus: Kerstin Tidelius

: Hammer Horror The Mummy

continues a season of classic tales from Hammer, the house of horror starring Peter Cushing Christopher Lee
A vintage tale about a rejuvenated Egyptian specimen wreaking a bloody revenge on the desecrators of an ancient tomb.
Screenplay by JIMMY SANGSTER Produced by MICHAEL CARRERAS Directed by TERENCE FISHER
0 FILMS: page 29

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cushing
Unknown: Christopher Lee
Unknown: Jimmy Sangster
Produced By: Michael Carreras
Directed By: Terence Fisher
John Banning: Peter Cushing
Kharis: Christopher Lee
Isobel Ananka: Yvonne Furneaux
Mulrooney: Eddie Byrne
Stephen Banning: Felix Aylmer
Joseph Whemple: Raymond Huntley








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