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This week: Sir Bernard Delfont Part 4
Michael Craig completes the stories of the men who create the world of entertainment. SIR BERNARD DELFONT says:
Taste is a very important thing, of course. I certainly have .standards - now I may not reach those standards, though there is always an attempt to reach them with good taste and quality. All I can say is that my standards of taste are something that satisfy me.
DANNY LA RUE says:
He's full of humility and courage - he can laugh at failures and cry at successes. LADY DELFONT says:
He has always been very good about failure and success. He doesn' brood about failure or go mad about success. He is very level-headed about that, thank goodness.
With RITA FREEMAN , LENA GASTON LESLIE GRADE, SIR LEW GRADE MICHAEL GRADE, RICHARD MILLS ROBERT NESBITT , HARRY SECOMBE and OLGA WINOGRADSKY Research bill SULLIVAN Written by FRANK SALTER
Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
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