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A New Zealand adventure starring Ken Wahl Donald Pleasence
A spectacular and dangerous chase by air, land and water is prompted by the discovery of the wrecked Yankee Zephyr - a plane laden with gold!
Director David Hemmings 0 FILMS: pages 35-42

Contributors

Unknown:
Ken Wahl
Unknown:
Donald Pleasence
Director:
David Hemmings
Barney:
Ken Wahl
Cibbie:
Donald Pleasence
Sally:
Lesley Ann Warren
Theo Brown:
George Peppard

First showing on network television for this comedy starring Michael J Fox and Helen Slater
Brantley Foster is a country boy determined to make it in the big city at any cost. So when he lands a job in the mail room of a major corporation it's no surprise that he rises to the occasion - convincing the boss that he's a whiz-kid executive with some truly radical ideas.
Director Herbert Ross ● STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 0 FILMS: pages 35-42

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael J Fox
Unknown:
Helen Slater
Unknown:
Brantley Foster
Director:
Herbert Ross
Brantley Foster:
Michael J Fox
Christy Wills:
Helen Slater
Howard Prescott:
Richard Jordan
Vera Prescott:
Margaret Whitton
Fred Marlowe:
John Pankow

Liza Minnelli talks to Barry Norman about Stepping Out, the film version of the West
End show, highlighting the struggles and aspirations of a group of tap dancers. The controversial case of Derek Bentley , hanged in 1953 for the murder of a policeman, is the subject of Let Him Have
It. The event was important in bringing in the abolition of the death penalty. Will this new film help to win Bentley a posthumous royal pardon? Director Shaun Williams
Producer Bruce Thompson
0 BARRY NORMAN : page 34

Contributors

Talks:
Liza Minnelli
Unknown:
Barry Norman
Unknown:
Derek Bentley
Director:
Shaun Williams
Producer:
Bruce Thompson
Unknown:
Barry Norman

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