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: Jungle Book

starring
Sabu Joseph Calleia
For a few rupees Buldeo will tell a strange tale ... of a boy lost in the jungle, stalked by Shere Khan , the fearsome tiger; adopted by wolves. And how this man-cub, Mowgli, overcomes his enemies with the aid of his animal friends.
Screenplay by LAURENCE STALUNGS from The Jungle Books of RUDYARD KIPLING
Produced by ALEXANDER KORDA Directed by ZOLTAN KORDA
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Contributors

Unknown: Sabu Joseph Calleia
Unknown: Shere Khan
Unknown: Laurence Stalungs
Unknown: Rudyard Kipling
Produced By: Alexander Korda
Directed By: Zoltan Korda
Mowgli: Sabu
Buldeo: Joseph Calleia
Barber: John Qualen
Pundit: Frank Puglia
Messua: Rosemary de Camp
Mahala: Patricia O'Rourke
Durga: Ralph Byrd
Rao: John Mather
English girl: Faith Brook
Sikh: Noble Johnson

: Captain Horatio Hornblower

starring
Gregory Peck Virginia Mayo England is at war with France and Spain as Captain Hornblower sails on a secret mission to carry supplies to a Spanish rebel, the bloodthirsty El Supremo. The courageous captain is involved in many adventures in this adaptation of three of C.S. Forester's novels.
Screenplay by IVAN GOFF.
BEN ROBERTS and AENEAS MACKENZIE from the novels by c. S. FORESTER Produced and directed by RAOUL WALSH
0 FILMS: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Ivan Goff.
Unknown: Ben Roberts
Unknown: Aeneas MacKenzie
Directed By: Raoul Walsh
Captain Hornblower: Gregory Peck
Lady Barbara: Virginia Mayo
Lt Bush: Robert Beatty
Quist: James Robertson Justice
Leighton: Denis O'Dea
Lt Crystal: Moultrie Kelsall
2 Lt Gerard: Terence Morgan
Polwheal: Richard Hearne
Longley: James Kenney
El Supremo: Alec Mango

: 40 Minutes

Wedding at Easington
The wedding of Tom Lee and Dawn Grey in the small pit village of Easington on the Durham coast.
Producer JOHN ALEXANDER
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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Contributors

Unknown: Tom Lee
Producer: John Alexander

: The Kirov Ballet in London

with Altinai Asylmouratova Olga Chenchikova Irina Chistyakova Irina Kolpakova
Natalia Makarova
Yelena Pankova
Tatyana Terekhova Yelena Yevteyeva Eldar Aliyev
Sergei Berezhnoi
Faroukh Ruzimatov Makhar Vaziyev Sergei Vikharyev
Konstantin Zaklinsky Artistic director and chief choreographer Oleg Vinogradov
Wren Orchestra of London conducted by Viktor Fedotov
Introduced by Judith Mackrell
Last summer the Kirov Ballet made its first visit to London in 18 years. In the gala performance shown tonight the audience witnessed the unexpected reunion of Natalia Makarova with the company from which she had defected in 1970. Producer JULIA MATHESON
Director JOHN MICHAEL PHILLIPS (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Altinai Asylmouratova
Unknown: Olga Chenchikova
Unknown: Irina Chistyakova
Unknown: Irina Kolpakova
Unknown: Natalia Makarova
Unknown: Yelena Pankova
Unknown: Tatyana Terekhova
Unknown: Yelena Yevteyeva
Unknown: Eldar Aliyev
Unknown: Sergei Berezhnoi
Unknown: Faroukh Ruzimatov
Unknown: Makhar Vaziyev
Unknown: Sergei Vikharyev
Artistic: Konstantin Zaklinsky
Unknown: Oleg Vinogradov
Unknown: Wren Orchestra
Conducted By: Viktor Fedotov
Introduced By: Judith MacKrell
Unknown: Natalia Makarova
Producer: Julia Matheson
Director: John Michael Phillips

: Rugby Special

featuring the Pilkington Cup semi-finals
Gloucester v Bath
Harlequins v Leicester All four teams in these semi-finals are previous winners of the Cup with Harlequins being the current holders.
Bath are favourites to do a Cup/League double, but the last time they visited
Gloucester they lost their unbeaten run of 37 games. Introduced by Chris Rea Commentator
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Executive producer
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Rea
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston

: 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 send his beautiful 16-year-old daughter Tess to the wealthy Alec d'Urberville, a suave philanderer who desires her as his mistress.
Screenplay by GERARD BRACK. ROMAN POLANSKI and JOHN BROWNJOHN
Based on the novel Tess of the d 'Urbervilles by THOMAS HARDY Produced by CLAUDE BERRI
Directed by ROMAN POLANSKI
0 FILMS: page 23
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Contributors

Unknown: Nastassia Kinski
Unknown: Peter Firth
Unknown: Leigh Lawson
Unknown: John Durbeyfield
Unknown: Gerard Brack.
Unknown: Roman Polanski
Unknown: John Brownjohn
Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Produced By: Claude Berri
Directed By: Roman Polanski
Tess: Nastassia Kinski
Angel Clare: Peter Firth
Alec d'Urberville: Leigh Lawson
John Durbeyfield: John Collin
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
The Rev Mr Clare: David Markham
Mrs Clare: Pascale de Boysson
Vicar: Richard Pearson
Dairyman Crick: Fred Bryant

: Solti Conducts Bartok

Concerto for Orchestra
Introduced and conducted by Sir Georg Solti.
BBC2's series devoted to the life and music of Hungary's greatest 20th-century composer continues with the London Philharmonic conducted by one of the leading interpreters of Bartok's music.
Lighting JOHN MASON Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Director HUMPHREY BURTON Produced in association with PORTOBELLO PRODUCTIONS

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Georg Solti.
Unknown: John Mason
Director: Humphrey Burton

: Brazilian Grand Prix

Highlights of today's race from Rio de Janeiro.
Commentators MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT Producer CHARLES BALCHIN
TV presentation TV GLOBO, Brazil

Contributors

Commentators: Murray Walker
Commentators: James Hunt
Producer: Charles Balchin

: The Cry

4: The Cry of Joy
For Jewish composer ROBERT SAXTON the joyful Easter message needs to be heard by non-Christians too. His video was shot in Coventry, where the new cathedral has risen triumphantly beside the bombed-out shell of the old. Saxton's 'music to celebrate the Resurrection', opens with echoes of the Crucifixion and ends in climactic radiance. BBC Symphony Orchestra led by RODNEY FRIEND conducted by Lionel Friend Photography EUGENE CARR Sound RICHARD MERRICK and JOHN RUSHBY SMITH
Producer JONATHAN FULFORD

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Saxton
Unknown: Rodney Friend
Conducted By: Lionel Friend
Unknown: Eugene Carr
Unknown: Richard Merrick
Unknown: John Rushby Smith
Producer: Jonathan Fulford

: Screen Two: Defrosting the Fridge

by RAY CONNOLLY.
Starring
Joe Don Baker with Phyllis Logan
William Armstrong Maggie O'Neill Victor Maddern
Togo Igawa and Emma Wray.
When it comes to American football, the Trawlers can't even get to first base. But who expects a British side to be able to play the game?
New coach Hunter McCall , that's who!
Straight off the plane from the USA, he vows to turn the Trawlers round.
But then he meets them.
Music composed by JOHN KEANE Sound recordist LYNDON BIRD Designer DAVID HITCHCOCK Film editor KATE EVANS
Cameraman ANDREW DUNN Producer TERRY COLES
Director SANDY JOHNSON 0 FEATURE: page 5 0 FILMS: page 23
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Contributors

Unknown: Ray Connolly.
Unknown: Joe Don Baker
Unknown: Phyllis Logan
Unknown: William Armstrong
Unknown: Maggie O'Neill
Unknown: Victor Maddern
Unknown: Togo Igawa
Unknown: Emma Wray.
Unknown: Hunter McCall
Composed By: John Keane
Unknown: Lyndon Bird
Designer: David Hitchcock
Editor: Kate Evans
Producer: Terry Coles
Director: Sandy Johnson
Hunter McCall: Joe Don Baker
Lee: Phyllis Logan
Rick: William Armstrong
Linda: Maggie O'Neill
Barney: Victor Maddern
Mr Hiroto: Togo Igawa
Minty: Emma Wray
Sales manager: David Redgrave
Dave: Christopher Walker
Brian: William Ilkley
Gary: Mark Billingham
Peter: Russell Floyd
Phil: Huw Higginson
Rodney: Sean Gascoigne
Jabba: Michael Crane
John: Robin Wright
Clyde: Joseph Mydell
John: Richard Leparmentiere
Chief Buffalo coach: Howell Evans
Buffalo player: Gordon Kennedy
Marika: Gabrielle Dreyer
Waitress: Jan Smith

: Spencer Tracy in Bad Day at Black Rock

also starring Robert Ryan
Why does one-armed stranger
John Macreedy get off the train at Black Rock? And what are the people trying to hide?
Screenplay by MILLARD KAUFMAN Produced by DORE SCHARY Directed by JOHN STURGES
0 FILMS page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Ryan
Unknown: John MacReedy
Play By: Millard Kaufman
Produced By: Dore Schary
Directed By: John Sturges
Macreedy: Spencer Tracy
Reno Smith: Robert Ryan
Liz Wirth: Anne Francis
Tim Horn: Dean Jagger
Doc Velie: Walter Brennan
Pete Wirth: John Ericson
Trimble: Ernest Borgnine
Hector David: Lee Marvin

: Snub

The final show of the series with Bim Sherman , the Godfathers and New Order Producer BRENDA KELLY
DEF II editor JANET STREET-PORTER

Contributors

Unknown: Bim Sherman
Producer: Brenda Kelly
Editor: Janet Street-Porter








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