Hollywood Incident Starring and Delivering a painting to a distinguished director,
Harry finds him penniless. Directed by PAUL STANLEY (R)
Starring Buster Crabbe. The Enemy's Stronghold
Buck and Buddy are menaced with a paralysing ray gun.
Starring Buster Crabbe. Walking Bombs
Flash and his companions are attacked by an army of mechanical men.
When Lucky Garnett is late for his own wedding the bride's outraged father forbids the marriage until he has made his fortune - from a capital of just 25 cents.
Music by JEROME KERN
Directed by GEORGE STEVENS
CGay Divorce' is tomorrow at 9.30am)
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In what was a marvellous season of golf, the outstanding event was the 28th Ryder Cup from the Belfry. In his last year as team captain, Tony Jacklin led Europe's best golfers in their attempt to defeat the Americans for the third successive time.
Relive those wonderful moments as Peter Alliss guides you through three days of swinging fortunes culminating in the closest possible finish.
Assistant producers PAUL DAVIES and BARBARA SLATER (R) ('Nick Faldo's Year' is tomorrow at 11.1 0am)
Twenty Years On
In 1969 this award-winning documentary series followed a number of people for a year. How have their lives changed since the swinging 60s became Thatcher's Britain?
The Honourable Member: was worried that backbench life would wreck his
Lancashire marriage and barrister's practice, but he went on to become Home
(Tomorrow: 'A Man Determined')
A Light in the Sky
Written by MICHAEL COLE
Produced by DAVID YATES (R)
After her creation in 1930 Betty Boop rose from her supporting role as Bimbo's poodle girlfriend to become a screen siren.
With classic cartoons from recently restored negatives and archive footage of Cab
Calloway, Louis Armstrong , Rudy Vallee and others.
A Crystal Pictures production (R)
Fanny has sacrificed her chance of happiness with Marius. With the support of his father, Cesar, she turns to an older admirer.
Written and produced by MARCEL PAGNOL
Directed by MARC ALLEGRET
(A French film with English subtitles. First showing on British television. Black and white)
('Ctsar' is tomorrow at 1.40pm)
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A Musical Memoir by Tony Staveacre.
'He was just 22 when the theatre hooked him in ... and like a cat which has strayed into a strange back yard, he found himself surrounded by weird creatures, flitting about in an eerie semi-darkness, like brightly-coloured creatures in a cave....'
P.G. Wodehouse was a lyricist before he was a novelist.
In the early years of the American musical theatre, he became one of the busiest songwriters on Broadway, working mostly with Jerome Kern - but also with George Gershwin , Sigmund Romberg and Ivor Novello.
This dramatised account of Wodehouse's adventures behind the scenes includes 20 of his songs performed at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth. Featuring Peter Woodward as P.G. Wodehouse
Tony Slattery as Guy Bolton
Gary Yershon as Jerome Kern with Kelly Hunter , Charlotte Avery , Brad Graham , Nicolas Colicos , Michael Crossman , Margaret Houston ,
Julia Hampson and Nicola Dewdney. Choreography BRAD GRAHAM
Musical director GARY YERSHON Orchestrations JIM PARKER and IAN MACPHERSON
Directed by KEITH CHEETHAM Produced by TONY STAVEACRE (Stage production sponsored by KPMG Peat Marwick McLintock)
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Continuing a short season of holiday films for the family. Starring and 1946: the only survivors of a passenger ship which sinks off North Africa are a young American boy and a headstrong Arab stallion.
They are washed ashore on a desolate island, where the boy succeeds in taming and riding 'the Black'. After the two are rescued and returned to New
York, the horse is kept in a cramped back yard ...
Directed by CARROLL BALLARD
('The Black Stallion Returns' is on Thursday 28 December at 1.35pm)
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By Sergei Prokofiev after Carlo Gozzi 's comedy. English translation by David Lloyd-Jones .
Performed at the Grand
Theatre, Leeds by Opera North in Richard Jones 's inventive and hilarious production designed by the Brothers Quay with costumes by Sue Blane. With plenty of bizarre surprises including 'scratch and sniff cards.
English Northern Philharmonia Led by: David Greed.
Chorus of Opera North
Chorusmaster: Martin Pickard. Conductor David Lloyd-Jones . Children from Holy Trinity Middle School, Cookridge. Executive producer DENNIS MARKS Directed for television by BARRIE GAVIN
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King of Clubs:
When Gustave Eiffel built his iron tower 100 years ago, he could hardly have guessed the controversy it would cause.
Executive producer DIANA LASHMORE Producer NICHOLAS ROSSITER (R)
Party Games by Antony Jay , Jonathan Lynn. Starring
Festivities are overshadowed by rumours of a reshuffle. Ludovic Kennedy HIMSELF
Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE (R)
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Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey, and:
Starring and At the height of the American Civil War, a sadistic killer, a Mexican gunman and a mysterious American search desperately for a cashbox. Directed by SERGIO LEONE ('A Fistful of Dynamite' is tomorrow at 11.45pm) t FILMS: page 25
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