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: Harold Lloyd

Harold catches a crab in Speedy, and in I Do he's left holding the baby. (R)

: It's a Mad, Mad,Mad, Mad World

the all-star comedy with Thrown together by chance and the lure of money, a rag-bag crew of fortune hunters begin a frantic chase after a bank-robber's haul. The plot thickens with multiple double-crosses and spectacular stunts in this tribute to the screen's great comedy classics.
Screenplay by WILLIAM AND TANIA ROSE Produced and directed by STANLEY KRAMER
0 FILMS: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Tania Rose
Directed By: Stanley Kramer
Capt C G Culpeper: Spencer Tracy
J Russell Finch: Milton Berle
Melville Crump: Sid Caesar
Smiler Grogan: Jimmy Durante
Benjy Benjamin: Buddy Hackett
Mrs Marcus: Ethel Merman
Ding Bell: Mickey Rooney
Sylvester Marcus: Dick Shaw
Otto Meyer: Phil Silvers
J Algernon Hawthorne: Terry-Thomas
Lennie Pike: Jonathan Winters
Monica Crump: Edie Adams
Emmeline: Dorothy Provine
First cab driver: Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson
Tyler Fitzgerald: Jim Backus
Airplane pilot: Ben Blue
Police sergeant: Alan Carney
Mrs Halliburton: Barrie Chase
Chief of Police: William Demarest
Second cab driver: Peter Falk
Col Wilberforce: Paul Ford
Third cab driver: Leo Gorcey
Dinckler: Edward Everett Horton
Jimmy: Buster Keaton

: Cricket:The Perth Challenge

Australia v England

: Birdwatch in Florida

Pelicans, spoonbills, anhingas and alligators - all part of Tony Soper 's trip earlier this year to see the waterbirds of America's sunshine state.
Technical co-ordinator GEOFF STAFFORD
Production assistants
SARA FORD , JENNY BUDD Assistant producers
ROBIN PRYTHERCH , PAUL APPLEBY DAN FREEMAN
Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Soper
Unknown: Geoff Stafford
Unknown: Sara Ford
Unknown: Jenny Budd
Producers: Robin Prytherch
Producers: Paul Appleby
Unknown: Dan Freeman
Producer: John Dobson

: The Gentleman Factory

A still-viable breeding ground for the leaders of tomorrow, or an eccentric relic of the past? Eton College, with its students in tailcoats, its tradition and quaint customs is unique. This fascinating documentary enters into the life of the school at work and at play and poses the question: what does it mean to be an Old Etonian? Commentary by William Rushton with contributions from Michael Bentine
Patrick MacNee , Lord Home Lord Carrington and Joanna Lumley
Written by KATE HAMILTON
Directed by SIMON DEWHURST PISCES FILM production

Contributors

Commentary By: William Rushton
Unknown: Michael Bentine
Unknown: Patrick MacNee
Unknown: Joanna Lumley
Written By: Kate Hamilton
Directed By: Simon Dewhurst

: What on Earth... ?

A wildlife quiz in which
Jeremy Cherfas tests your knowledge about animals and plants. This week he's looking for a pollinating marsupial and a bird with pyromania. Teams this week Sheila Anderson David Macdonald Clive Catchpole Peter Ferns
Director SARA FORD
Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Cherfas
Unknown: Sheila Anderson
Unknown: David MacDonald
Unknown: Clive Catchpole
Unknown: Peter Ferns
Director: Sara Ford
Producer: John Dobson

: The David Lean Film: Lawrence of Arabia

Film. Starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, Alec Guinness as Prince Feisal, Anthony Quinn as Auda Abu Tayi, Jack Hawkins as General Allenby, Omar Sharif as Sherif Ali, Jose Ferrer as Turkish Bey, Anthony Quayle as Col. Brighton, Claude Rains as Mr. Dryden, Arthur Kennedy as Jackson Bentley, Donald Wolfit as Gen. Murray

Lawrence, an idealistic young army lieutenant in Cairo, is given his chance for special duty by joining the Arab revolt against the Turkish occupation. Winning the confidence of Prince Feisal, Lawrence succeeds in the impossible - leading an army across the desert to take Aqaba. While Lawrence seems invincible in the field, self-doubt begins to set in. David Lean's epic production, shot on spectacular desert locations, won seven Academy Awards including the award for Best Picture.
Films: page 27
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Screenplay: Robert Bolt
Producer: Sam Spiegel
Director: David Lean
Lawrence: Peter O'Toole
Prince Feisal: Alec Guinness
Auda Abu Tayi: Anthony Quinn
General Allenby: Jack Hawkins
Sherif Ali: Omar Sharif
Turkish Bey: Jose Ferrer
Col Brighton: Anthony Quayle
Mr Dryden: Claude Rains
Jackson Bentley: Arthur Kennedy
Gen Murray: Donald Wolfit
Gasin: I.S. Gohar
Majid: Gamil Ratib
Farraj: Michael Ray
Daud: John Dimech

: The Daley Review

Gold medallist Daley
Thompson is ideally qualified to look back on a memorable season for British athletics.
The spotlight falls on the gold medallists of Stuttgart, rising stars such as Christie and Buckner and the established names of Coe and Cram.
Daley gives his own unique insight into events and looks forward to the 1987 World Championships in Rome.
Introduced by Kevin Cosgrove Videotape editor STAN POW Produced by SUE ASHWORTH and MARTIN WEBSTER

Contributors

Introduced By: Kevin Cosgrove
Editor: Stan Pow
Produced By: Sue Ashworth
Produced By: Martin Webster

: Dylan

Arena presents Bob Dylan , concentrating on his classic songs and backed by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in his first concert on British television in over a decade. Series editors
ANTHONY WALL . NIGEL FINCH
0 FEATURE: page 155

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Dylan
Unknown: Tom Petty
Editors: Anthony Wall
Editors: Nigel Finch

: The Secret Drawer

rhe second part of a French thriller starring Michele Morgan
Marie France Pisier Rossano Brazzi Jeanne Moreau
Colette is convinced that her husband was not a victim of the plane crash, but only her young granddaughter shares her belief. The two of them set off for a holiday in Italy. A meeting at the railway station throws more light on her husband's life and gives Colette a new perspective on her own.
● FILMS: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Michele Morgan
Unknown: Marie France Pisier
Unknown: Rossano Brazzi
Unknown: Jeanne Moreau
Colette: Michele Morgan
Nathalie: Marie France Pisier
Jean Pierre: Daniel Gelin
Juliette: Tonie Marshall
LUC: Mike Marshall
Philippe: Michael Lonsdale
Charles: Rossano Brazzi
Franco: Sergio Fantoni
Roberta: Tanya Lopert
André: Heinz Bennent
Vivi: Jeanne Moreau
Maryse: Liselotte Pulver

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