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Starring Kerwin Matthews, Judi Meredith, Torin Thatcher

Pendragon, Master of Demons determines to usurp the throne of Cornwall. He first plans to kidnap King Mark's daughter, Princess Elaine.
Holiday Films: pages 17-18

Contributors

Director:
Nathan Juran
Jack:
Kerwin Matthews
Princess Elaine:
Judi Meredith
Pendragon:
Torin Thatcher
Garna:
Walter Burke
Peter:
Roger Mobley
Sigurd:
Barry Kelley
Imp in bottle:
Don Beddoe
King Mark:
Dayton Lummis

A review of motor sport in 1973 Introduced by Raymond Baxter and Barrie Gill from the Steering Wheel Club, London
For the third time Jackie Stewart becomes world champion racing driver and announces his retirement. Flying Finn Timo Makinen is the rally man of the year. In saloon car racing, Frank Gardner and Jockem Mass are the stars. James Hunt is Britain's newest hope for motor racing in the 70s. Phil Read beats Giacomo Agostini to give motor cycle racing a British International Champion in 1973. Action and comment on a great year of motor sport.

Contributors

Presenter:
Raymond Baxter
Presenter:
Barrie Gill
Director:
Peter Cleaver
Producer:
John Mills
Producer:
Tony Salmon
Editor:
Brian Robins

for New Year
Seasonal greetings from Arthur Askey, Ted Ray and Tommy Trinder who look back on New Years they have known, and offer some light-hearted advice for 1974.
Introduced by Ray Moore

Contributors

Presenter:
Ray Moore
Speaker:
Arthur Askey
Speaker:
Ted Ray
Speaker:
Tommy Trinder
Producer:
John Longley

Introduced by Michael Rodd from the Gaumont Theatre, Manchester, before an invited audience of 700 children. The contestants, who are runners-up from the recent series, look at scenes from Robin Hood, The Belstone Fox, Live and Let Die and listen to 13-year-old Wendy Nicholls play the mighty Wurlitzer.
(from Manchester)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Rodd
Organist:
Wendy Nicholls
Designer:
Peter Mavius
Director:
David Brown
Producer:
John Buttery

Derek Nimmo, intrepid traveller, undaunted by his experiences in the South, sets off for the wilds of the Northern Territory. And he shows that hunting fearsome buffalo, working as a stockman, crewing in the world's strangest yacht race and taking on the local rough-riders at their own game is not as difficult as it looks - it's impossible.

Contributors

Presenter:
Derek Nimmo
Film Cameraman:
Bill Grimmond
Film Editor:
Tom Schwalm
Director:
Richard Drewett

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