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: What's Up, Chuck?

The first of ten programmes for the holiday period in which Chuck Jones , one of Hollywood's greatest animators, whose stable of superstars includes Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky
Pig, Pepe Ie Pew and Wile E. Coyote , looks back on 50 years of cartoon-making and presents a personal selection of his films.
Today, Chuck Jones reflects on his apprenticeship years at Warner Brothers' animation studio and introduces some of his early characters -
Sniffles, Hubie and Bertie and the Curious Puppies.
Videotape editor ROY DEMERY Film editor KEN LOCKE Producer DAVID PLATT
Videos to keep the children amused over the holidays:
A Family-Ness BBCV/B 9019;
The Light Princess, bbcv/b 9021; Pinocchio. BBCV B 9029

Contributors

Unknown: Chuck Jones
Unknown: Pepe Ie Pew
Unknown: Wile E. Coyote
Unknown: Chuck Jones
Editor: Roy Demery
Editor: Ken Locke
Producer: David Platt

: Rex Harrison Stars: Cleopatra

The first of three films featuring the popular actor. Rex Harrison plays the Roman ruler in this 'super colossal' Hollywood epic.
Cleopatra, the story of the life and times of the legendary queen of the Nile, was the ultimate multi-million dollar production. The chequered history of its making has become almost as famous as the history it portrays.
Under Joseph L. Mankiewicz 's direction however,
Cleopatra emerges as a dazzling spectacle with Elizabeth Taylor never more beautiful as the most famous femme fatale of all time.
Screenplay by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ RONALD MCDOUGALL and SIDNEY BUCHMAN
Based upon histories by PLUTARCH SUETONIUS, appian, other ancient sources and The Life and Times of Cleopatra by c. M. FRANZERO
Produced by WALTER WANGER
Directed by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ (Doctor Doolittle tomorrow 4.20pm)
0 FILMS: page 27 including at

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Unknown: Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Unknown: Ronald McDougall
Unknown: Sidney Buchman
Unknown: M. Franzero
Produced By: Walter Wanger
Directed By: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Julius Caesar: Rex Harrison
Cleopatra: Elizabeth Taylor
Mark Antony: Richard Burton
High Priestess of Egypt: Pamela Brown
Flavius: George Cole
Sosigenes: Hume Cronyn
Apollodorus: Cesare Danova
BrutUS: Kenneth Haigh
Agrippa: Andrew Keir
RufiO: Martin Landau
Oetavian: Roddy McDowall

: Gotta Dance, Gotta Sing

A kaleidoscopic compilation of great scenes from the history of the movie musical. Beginning with Al Jolson in The Jazz Singer in 1927, the impressive parade of stars include Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers , Shirley Temple, Judy Garland Carmen Miranda ,
Gene Kelly , Frank Sinatra , Elvis Presley , Marilyn Monroe
Barbra Streisand and many others. And the film clips range from the great chorus numbers choreographed by Busby Berkeley through the MGM favourites to such contemporary musicals as Hair, The Rocky Horror
Picture Show and Pennies from Heaven. A veritable feast for the eye and ear! Narrated by John Harlan Produced by DANIEL HELFGOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Al Jolson
Unknown: Fred Astaire
Unknown: Ginger Rogers
Unknown: Judy Garland
Unknown: Carmen Miranda
Unknown: Gene Kelly
Unknown: Frank Sinatra
Unknown: Elvis Presley
Unknown: Marilyn Monroe
Unknown: Barbra Streisand
Unknown: Busby Berkeley
Unknown: John Harlan
Produced By: Daniel Helfgott

: The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

Last of the series by DAVID NOBBS starring
Leonard Rossiter and Pauline Yates with John Barron
Reggie attends his own memorial service in one of the many disguises that he has adopted as part of his new life. He is invited back to his own house - posing as a long-lost friend of Reggie's from Brazil.
Regi Designer
BARBARA GOSNOLD
Producer GARETH GWENLAN (R)

Contributors

Unknown: David Nobbs
Unknown: Leonard Rossiter
Unknown: Pauline Yates
Unknown: John Barron
Unknown: Barbara Gosnold
Producer: Gareth Gwenlan
Reginald Perrin: Leonard Rossiter
Elizabeth Perrin: Pauline Yates
C J: John Barron
Joan Greengross: Sue Nicholls
Jimmy: Geoffrey Palmer
Tony Webster: Trevor Adams
David Harris-Jones: Bruce Bould
Linda: Sally-Jane Spencer
Tom: Tim Preece
Miss Pershore: Charmian May
Vicar: Gerald Sim
Mark: David Warwick
Henry Possett: John Forbes-Robertson
Mrs C J: Dorothy Frere

: Tess

starring
Nastassia Kinski
Peter Firth
Leigh Lawson
In the Wessex village of Marlott, impoverished farmer
John Durbeyfield is surprised to discover that his family is the last of the noble line of d'Urbervilles. His ambition leads him to dispatch his beautiful 16-year-old daughter, Tess, to the wealthy Alec d'Urberville, a suave philanderer who desires her as his mistress ...
In this sumptuous and faithful adaptation of the famous tragic novel by Thomas Hardy , director Roman Polanski cast young star Nastassia Kinski as Tess, a woman victimised by the injustices and hypocrisy of Victorian rural life.
Screenplay by GERARD BRACH .
ROMAN POLANSKI, JOHN BROWNJOHN Based on the novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles by THOMAS HARDY Produced by CLAUDE BERRI
Directed by ROMAN POLANSKI
(First showing on British television) 0 FILMS: page 27
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Contributors

Unknown: Nastassia Kinski
Unknown: Peter Firth
Unknown: Leigh Lawson
Unknown: John Durbeyfield
Novel By: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Nastassia Kinski
Play By: Gerard Brach
Unknown: John Brownjohn
Produced By: Claude Berri
Directed By: Roman Polanski
Tess: Nastassia Kinski
Angel Clare: Peter Firth
Alec d'Urberville: Leigh Lawson
John Durbeyfield: John Colun
Mrs Durbeyfield: Rosemary Martin
Parson Tringham: Tony Church
Mrs d'Urberville: Sylvia Coleridge
Marian: Carolyn Pickles
IZZ: Suzanna Hamilton
Retty: Caroline Embling
Mercy Chant: Arielle Dombasle
Reverend Mr Clare: David Markham
Mrs Clare: Pascale de Boysson
Vicar of Marlott: Richard Pearson
Dairyman Crick: Fred Bryant

: Sport 85

The first of a series of programmes recalling the best events in a remarkable year for British sport, introduced by Harry Carpenter. The Final Frame
Steve Davis v Dennis Taylor One of the most watched and talked about events of the year came to an unbelievable climax in April, as the deciding frame was played in the Embassy World
Professional Snooker Championship, at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Dennis Taylor, 8-0 down at one stage, had somehow fought his way back to level the match 17 each, and 181 million viewers were about to watch the longest frame of the entire championship. Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor recall every dramatic moment as, for the first time, they watch the final
68-minute frame with David Vine.
Assistant producer RON GUBBA Producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter.
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: David Vine.
Producer: Ron Gubba
Producer: Nick Hunter

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