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DAVID VINE with ALBERT ASPEN and KEN STEPHENSON, coaches to the British Amateur Wrestling Association.
Directed by JOHN RICKWORD Produced by JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Coach:
Ken Stephenson
Directed By:
John Rickword
Produced By:
John Dobson

The feature film starring Burl Ives , Troy Donahue Terry-Thomas
Arriving in Victorian England Phineas T. Barnum, the great American showman, hits on the idea of constructing a rocket ship to journey to the moon. And who is passenger in the historic craft? Who else but Barnum's own General Tom Thumb, the world-famous midget.
Screenplay by DAVE FREEMAN
Produced by HARRY ALAN TOWERS
Directed by DON SHARP. Films: page IS

Contributors

Unknown:
Burl Ives
Unknown:
Troy Donahue
Unknown:
Dave Freeman
Produced By:
Harry Alan
Directed By:
Don Sharp.
Phineas T Barnum:
Burl Ives
Gaylord Sullivan:
Troy Donahue
Professor Von Bulow:
Gert Frobe
Capt Sir Harry Washington Smythe:
Terry -Thomas
Angelica:
Hermione Gingold
Madelaine:
Dallah Lavi
Sir Charles Dillworthy:
Lionel Jeffries
The Duke of Barset:
Dennis Price
Warrant Officer:
Stratford Johns
Grundle:
Graham Stark
Gen Tom Thumb:
Jimmy Clitheroe
Henri:
Edward de Souza

Finals Day
Introduced by Harry Carpenter Wimbledon 1979
The Men's Singles Final
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the whole of this afternoon's final, as two of the world's top players battle on the famous Centre Court for the most coveted title in tennis. Sweden's BJORN BORG , seeking his fourth consecutive Wimbledon title, was seeded to meet the controversial
JOHN MCENROE in this afternoon's final. and The Ladies' Doubles Final The Mixed Doubles Final Commentators
DAN MASKELL , PETER WEST
JOHN BARRETT and ANN JONES
Plus A Final Comment
At 1.35, today's finalists recall the most dramatic moments on the way to their appearance on the Centre Court today.
1.20
International Rugby League from Sydney
Australia v Great Britain Second Test
Great Britain, after a 35-0 defeat in the first test at Brisbane, needed a much-improved performance to keep the three-match series alive.
Wimbledon TV presentation: JONATHAN MARTIN , FRED VINER
I JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
JOHN PHILIPS
Rugby League CHANNEL 10. AUSTRALIA
Grandstand studio director JIM RESIDE Grandstand producer MARTIN HOPKINS Grandstand editor HAROLD ANDERSON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Bjorn Borg
Unknown:
John McEnroe
Unknown:
Dan Maskell
Unknown:
Peter West
Unknown:
John Barrett
Unknown:
Jonathan Martin
Unknown:
Fred Viner
Unknown:
Johnnie Watherston
Editor:
Harold Anderson

starring Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley stars as Johnny, a Mississippi riverboat entertainer who is in love with his partner Frankie. But Johnny is a compulsive gambler whose losing streak changes dramatically when Lady Luck smiles on him in the attractive shape of Nelly Bly. Loosely built around the classic folk song, Frankie and Johnny has Elvis performing a dozen numbers, including the title song.
Screenplay by ALEX GOTTLIEB
Based on a story by NAT PERRIN Produced by EDWARD SMALL
Directed by FREDERICK DE CORDOVA Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
Elvis Presley
Unknown:
Elvis Presley
Unknown:
Nelly Bly.
Unknown:
Alex Gottlieb
Story By:
Nat Perrin
Produced By:
Edward Small
Directed By:
Frederick de Cordova
Johnny:
Elvis Presley
Frankie:
Donna Douglas
Cully:
Henry Morgan
Mitzi:
Sue: Anne Langdon
Nelly Bly:
Nancy Kovack
Peg:
Aidrey Christie
Braden:
Robert Strauss
Blackie:
Jerome Cowan

starring
Lennie Bennett and Jerry Stevens with Karen Kay and Patrick Moore Magnus Pyke
Albert Pontefract
ALYN AINSWORTH
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Scripts by DENNIS BERSON , BRAD ASHTON NEIL SHAND , PETER VINCENT Additional material
LENNIE BENNETT , JERRY STEVENS
Costume designer LYNDA WOODFIELD Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting BILL MILLAR
Designer KENNETH SHARP
Produced by ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Lennie Bennett
Unknown:
Jerry Stevens
Unknown:
Karen Kay
Unknown:
Patrick Moore
Unknown:
Magnus Pyke
Unknown:
Albert Pontefract
Unknown:
Dennis Berson
Unknown:
Brad Ashton
Unknown:
Neil Shand
Unknown:
Peter Vincent
Unknown:
Lennie Bennett
Unknown:
Jerry Stevens
Produced By:
Ernest Maxin

A new film series starring with in Girl on the Edge
Jack infiltrates a syndicate-run film piracy ring to rescue the niece of FBI agent Arthur Woods , before the organisation discovers who her uncle is.
Written by FRANK LUPO
Directed by LARRY STEWART

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Woods
Written By:
Frank Lupo
Directed By:
Larry Stewart
Jack Cole:
Dack Rambo
Hector Ramirez:
Bert Rosario
Arthur Woods:
Alex Courtney
Harry Gaedel:
Bradford Dillman
Wilson:
Clark Lindsley
Anthony:
Phil Hoover
Court:
Tony Miller

A seven-part historical series based on the life of the famous naturalist.
4: ' Can any mountains, any continent withstand such waste? '
Two great journeys, one across the Pampas and the other up 14,000 feet into the Andes, caused the young Darwin to speculate about the age and formation of the South American continent.
Script by ROBERT REID
Music by WILFRED JOSEPHS
Directors MARTYN FRIEND , NED KELLY Producer Christopher RALLING

Contributors

Script By:
Robert Reid
Music By:
Wilfred Josephs
Directors:
Martyn Friend
Directors:
Ned Kelly
Producer:
Christopher Ralling
as Charles Darwin:
Malcolm Stoddard
Captain FitzRoy:
Andrew Burt
Lieut Wickham:
David Ashton
Lieut Sulivan:
Peter Settelen
Augustus Earle:
Tony Calvin
Covington:
Andrew Dunford
Lieut Bynce:
Paul Ridley
Rowlett:
Neville Barber
Gen Rosas:
Roberto Tarsitani
Jester:
David Llewellyn
Harris:
Edmundo Sanders

Two brothers search for their long-lost sister held by the Cheyenne and The Buffalo Hunters
Morgan and Quentin are forced on pain of death to set their hands to slaughter, knowing that a savage avenger is on their heels.

Contributors

as Morgan ' Two Persons' Baudine starring:
Kurt Russell
Quentin Baudine:
Tim Matheson

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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