Comedy fantasy starring
Glynis Johns , Googie Withers
When Dr Paul Marten brings an invalid patient home to stay, little does hiswife know that the beautiful, flirtatious Miranda has a tail instead of legs.
MirandaGLYNIS JOHNS, Clare Marten
GOOGIE WITHERS , Dr Paul Marten GRIFFITH JONES. Nigel Hood JOHN MCCALLUM. Nurse Cary MARGARET RUTHERFORD Director KenAnnakin (1947) Black and white. * See Films: pages 50-72 * * *
Dr Paul Marten
Comedy in the season of musicals produced by Arthur
Freed, starring Gene Kelly
Dan Dailey , Cyd Charisse
On VJ Day, three GIs vow to meet in ten years' time. When their eventual get-together is publicised on television, the result is pandemonium. Ted Riley
GENE KELLY. DougHallerton DAN DAILEY , Jackie Leighton CYD CHARISSE , Madeline Bradville DOLORES GRAY. Angie Valentine MICHAEL KIDD
Directors Gene Kelly. Stanley Donen (1955) ... * See Films: pages 50-72
The last of a four-part series.
Santos to Santa Cruz. Lisa St Aubin de Teran, the poet-novelist with a passion for trains, journeys from the once famous Brazilian coffee town of Santos to the newly infamous drug city of Santa Cruz in Bolivia. Repeat Stereo
Comedy western starring
James Gamer , Suzanne Pleshette
Gambler and con man Latigo Smith is mistaken for a dreaded gunslinger.
Latigo Smith JAMES GARNER. Patience Barton SUZANNE PLESHETTE. Jug May JACK ELAM. Jenny JOAN BLONDELL. Taylor Barton HARRY MORGAN. Goldie MARIE WINDSOR Director Burt Kennedy (1971, U) * See Films: pages 50-72 ****
A mix up at the bank means that Herman and Lily Munster both have to take on night jobs in order to ensure that they have enough money to buy one another surprise gifts for their forthcoming centennial wedding anniversary.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Confetti Check A-OK. Security proves to be "the other woman" in the tragic triangle which leads to the break-up of Ed Straker 's marriage.
Written by Tony Barwick ; Director David Lane
FirstshownonlTV Subtitled ....
The second of two films in which traveller and historian
Jan Morris journeys to cities around the world that have had an influence on herlife.
Still in Manhattan, Jan conveys her excitement and passion forthe city.
From America she travels to India and the hill station of Darjeeling, then to
Sydney, a place which Jan has come to like since her first, acerbic writings, nearly 40 years ago. Finally, back to Llanystumdwy in Gwynedd and a welcome from Elizabeth, her lifelong companion. See today's choices.
A wartime mystery story.
In April 1944 a transport aircraft carrying secret agents and gold bullion crashed into the sea off north Cornwall. Its disappearance has been a mystery for over 50 years. Retired policeman Derek Fowkes now thinks he has found the answers to the mystery. Were the passengers sacrificed to uphold the security of D-Day?
Narrated by John Nettles.
The Emmy Award-winning American comedy series about four aliens who have assumed human identities.
Ab-Dick-Ted. Dick is excited to learn that
Dr Albright has a brother and persuades her to invite him for supper. Roy Albright is unlike his sister and has an immediate attraction for Sally.
Dr Mary Albright:
The mystery of Tony Ferrino is probed tonight in his only in-depth UK interview this year. (The video is available in all territories.) Tony Ferrino is brought to the screen by courtesy of Steve Coogan.
Second episode of the comic drama about five college friends who share a house in London.
Happy Families. Now that they are living together, Anna has high hopes of rekindling her romance with Miles, but he has other ideas. Meanwhile, Milly's career is on the fast track, but Egg can't seem to get on with the job.
Offbeat comedy starring
Pepa's life is shattered when her faithless lover Ivan leaves her. While she hovers between suicide and revenge, a close friend, Candela, bursts in, on the run from the police.
Showing in widescreen format.
In Spanish with English subtitles.
Director Pedro Almodovar (1988, 15) ....
* See Films: pages 50-72 *****
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