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with Julian Orchard Spartacus Mouse by JOY LITTLEWOOD
Spartacus Mouse lives in the stables behind the great race-course in Rome. He decides to help his friend, Zephyr, the great grey stallion.
Pictures by SHEILA SMITHSON Adapted and directed by ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA home

Contributors

Unknown:
Sheila Smithson
Directed By:
Roger Singleton-Turner
Producer:
Daphne Jones

With
Burgess Meredith , Joan Blondell Katy Jurado , Thomas Gomez rodeo rider Joe Lightcloud , whose efforts to bring prosperity to his family and tribe always seem to end in disaster.
Based on the novel by DAN CUSHMAN Directed by PETER TEWKSBURY

Contributors

Unknown:
Burgess Meredith
Unknown:
Joan Blondell
Unknown:
Katy Jurado
Unknown:
Thomas Gomez
Unknown:
Joe Lightcloud
Novel By:
Dan Cushman
Directed By:
Peter Tewksbury
American Indian:
Elvis Stars
Joe Lightcloud:
Elvis Presley
Charli eLightcloud:
Burgess Meredith
Glenda Callahan:
Joan Blondell
Annie Lightcloud:
Katy Jurado
Grandpa:
Thomas Gomez
Hy Slager:
Henry Jones
Bronc Hoverty:
L Q Jones
Mamie Callahan:
Quentin Dean
Congressman Morrissey:
Douglas Henderson
Lome Hawkins:
Angus Duncan
Frank Hawk:
Michael Lane
Mary Lightcloud:
Susan Trustman
Hike Bowers:
Warren Vanders
Bull Shortgun:
Buck Kartalian
Connie:
Shortgun Maurishka

The last of three programmes
In this documentary, Hugh Burnett visits some of the people who have tried to track down ghosts or have heard and seen things they cannot explain. The film ranges from a haunted house, a haunted inn, even a theatre haunted by a butterfly, to Borley Church, where many strange occurrences have been recorded.

Contributors

Presenter:
Hugh Burnett
Producer:
Hugh Burnett

The feature film starring Gene Kelily , Van Heflin
Lana Turner , Angela Lansbury June Allyson
In Hollywood's 1948 version of Dumas' famous story, Gene Kelly heads an all-star cast as the master swordsman D'Artagnan. Exciting swashbuckling action, lavish sets and costumes all add up to a spectacular and colourful entertainment.
Directed by GEORGE SIDNEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Gene Kelily
Unknown:
Van Heflin
Unknown:
Lana Turner
Unknown:
Angela Lansbury
Unknown:
June Allyson
Unknown:
Gene Kelly
Directed By:
George Sidney
D'Artagnan:
Gene Kelly
Lady de Winter:
Lana Turner
Constance:
June Allyson
Athos:
Van Heflin
Queen Anne:
Angela Lansbury
King Louis XIII:
Frank Morgan
Richelieu:
Vincent Price
Planchet:
Keenan Wynn
Duke of Buckingham:
John Sutton
Porthos:
Gig Young
Aramis:
Robert Coote
Tréville:
Reginald Owen
Rochefort:
Ian Keith
Kitty:
Patricia Medina
Albert:
Richard Stapley

with Rosemary Leach A Year and a Day by WILLIAM MAYNE Today: Adam
Pictures by GARETH FLOYD Adapted and directed by ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA home

Contributors

Unknown:
Rosemary Leach
Unknown:
William Mayne
Unknown:
Gareth Floyd
Directed By:
Roger Singleton-Turner
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Producer:
Anna Home

Regional Variations (2)

by MARK TWAIN
Dramatised in two parts by RICHARD HARRIS
After being rescued by Miles, Edward has again fallen into the hands of Canty and the robbers. News comes to him in their hide-out that the King, his father, is dead. In London plans are being made for Tom's coronation.
Part 2 \
Designer KENNETH SHARP Directed by BARRY LETTS

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Harris
Designer:
Kenneth Sharp
Directed By:
Barry Letts
Prince Edward:
Nicholas Lyndhurst
John Canty:
Ronald Herdman
Prigger:
Thomas Heathcote
Lizzie:
Judy Wiles
Lord Sudbroke:
Martin Friend
Tom Canty:
Nicholas Lyndhurst
Page:
Darren Hatch
Quill:
Leon Eagles
Court secretary:
Richard Butler
Lord Elyot:
Richard Beale
Lord Rushden:
Ronald Lacey
Darbon:
Max Faulkner
Miles Hendon:
Barry Stokes
Man in village:
Sidney Johnson
Grandma Canty:
Maria Charles
Mother Canty:
June Brown
Ann:
April Walker
Gaoler:
Linal Haft
Archbishop Cranmer:
Robert James
Guard in street:
Peter Brace
Father Andrew:
David Eccles
Nan Canty:
Tilly Vosburgh
Street boys:
Mario Renzullo
Street boys:
Peter Newby
Spencer:
Robert Russel
Street vendor:
Dave Carter
Juggler:
Stuart Fell
Old woman at:
Jean Campbell Dallas
Urchins:
Chris Burke
Urchins:
, John Fowler
Princess Elizabeth:
Nina Thomas
Lord Hertford:
Bernard Kay
Courtiers:
Jill Johnson
Courtiers:
Sally Osborn
Courtiers:
Mark Ellis
King Henry:
Ronald Radd
Physician:
Leslie Glazer
Royal tutor:
Neville Barber
Farmer:
Michael Wisher

The feature film starring Doris Day , Howard Keel with Allyn McLerie
Philip Carey , Dick Wesson
Doris Day , in one of her most successful musicals, stars as the legendary Calamity Jane, the roughest, toughest gal in the West - and sings some of her most celebrated movie numbers : ' The Deadwood
Stage ', ' Secret Love ', ' The Black Hills of Dakota.' \
Directed by DAVID BUTLER

Contributors

Unknown:
Doris Day
Unknown:
Howard Keel
Unknown:
Allyn McLerie
Unknown:
Philip Carey
Unknown:
Dick Wesson
Unknown:
Doris Day
Unknown:
Black Hills
Directed By:
David Butler
' Calamity Jane:
Doris Day
' Wild Bill ' Hickok:
Howard Keel
Katy Brown:
Allyn McLerie
Lt Gilmartin:
Philip Carey
Francis Fryer:
Dick Wesson
Henry Miller:
Paul Harvey
' Rattlesnake ':
Chubby Johnson
Adelaid Adams:
Gail Robbins

by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring Richard Briers and Michael Gambon
Ralph has a last try at making Brian a permanent friend.
Music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Lighting FRED WRIGHT
Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Designer BARRIE DOBBINS
Film direction GARETH GWENLAN Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown:
John Esmonde
Unknown:
Bob Larbey
Unknown:
Richard Briers
Unknown:
Michael Gambon
Music By:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown:
Fred Wright
Unknown:
Richard Chamberlain
Designer:
Barrie Dobbins
Unknown:
Gareth Gwenlan
Producer:
John Howard Davies
Ralph:
Richard Briers
Peter Warr:
Nigel Pegram
Rex:
Alan Leith
Johnny Baxter:
David Simeon
Bill Burke:
Jack McKenzie
Colin:
Terence Conoley
Ali:
Babar Bhatti
Brian:
Michael Gambon

A special feature-length film starring Telly Savalas as Lt Theo Kojak
A tough cop with a tough job in a tough town - New York
In 1969, Kojak worked on a case involving three deaths of young women, all of whom had been killed in the same way. The hot suspect, Toner, tried to shoot it out with Kojak and was killed. That was the end of the murders for eight years. But now the killings have started again....
Written and produced by GENE KEARNEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Lt Theo Kojak
Produced By:
Gene Kearney

Regional Variations (2)

Kane on Friday

BBC One Wales

A personal selection by Barry Norman
Is Rocky the best film of 1977? What about Network? How does the new Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me rate? Is Woody Allen 's Annie Hall the year's best comedy -or is it Mel Brooks 's Silent Movie?
Research ADAM CURTIS
DirectoDirector sue MALLINSON Producer BARRY BROWN

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Norman
Unknown:
Woody Allen
Unknown:
Annie Hall
Unknown:
Mel Brooks
Unknown:
Adam Curtis
Director:
Sue Mallinson
Producer:
Barry Brown

The feature film starring
Jane Fonda , Donald Sutherland
When detective John Klute decides to investigate personally the mysterious disappearance of a family friend after six months of fruitless search by the police, his only clue is a letter apparently written by the missing man to a New York call-girl.
Directed by ALAN j. PAKULA

Contributors

Unknown:
Jane Fonda
Unknown:
Donald Sutherland
Unknown:
John Klute
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
Bree Daniels:
Jane Fonda
John Klute:
Donald Sutherland
Peter Cable:
Charles Cioffi
Frank Ligourin:
Roy R Scheider
Arlyn Page:
Dorothy Tristan
Trina:
Rita Gam
Psychiatrist:
Vivian Nathan
Mr Goldfarb:
Morris Strassberg
Berger:
Barry Snider
Actor's agent:
Anthony Holland

BBC One London

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