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On the evening after the night before, the first House Party of the year celebrates with one of the most elaborate and exciting Gotchas ever, when Jonathon Morris goes on a cab ride he'll never forget. England and QPR footballer Les Ferdinand
Grabs-a-Grand, plus NTV, Big Pork Pie and much more from
Crinkley Bottom.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathon Morris
Unknown:
Les Ferdinand

Tonight, snooker star Steve Davis takes on the up-and-coming champion Peter Ebdon , and Terry Griffiths. With referee John Virgo and host Jim Davidson. Director Charles Garland ; Producer John Burrowes

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Davis
Unknown:
Peter Ebdon
Unknown:
Terry Griffiths.
Unknown:
John Virgo
Unknown:
Jim Davidson.
Director:
Charles Garland
Producer:
John Burrowes

Comedy starring
Eddie Murphy
Dan Aykroyd
Jamie Lee Curtis
Two millionaire brothers decide, as an experiment, to frame their nephew Louis, a pompous stockbroker in their own firm, for theft and drug pushing. As Louis's privileged life crumbles around him, the pair install a down-and-out conman in his place.
Director John Landis (1983)

Contributors

Unknown:
Eddie Murphy
Unknown:
Dan Aykroyd
Unknown:
Jamie Lee Curtis
Director:
John Landis
Billy Ray Valentine:
Eddie Murphy
Louis Winthorpe III:
Dan Aykroyd
Ophelia:
Jamie Lee Curtis
Randolph Duke:
Ralph Bellamy
Mortimer Duke:
Dona Meche
Coleman:
Denholm Elliott
Beeks:
Paul Gleason
Pawnbroker:
Bo Diddley
Harvey:
Jim Belushi
Penelope:
Kristin Holby

Tonight's programme kicks off another year of football action, featuring highlights from two of the day's top Premiership matches, and goals, news and views from the remaining games as the hectic holiday programme continues. Plus the result of the December Goal of the Month competition.
Commentary by Tony Gubba and John Motson.
Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.

Contributors

Commentary By:
Tony Gubba
Commentary By:
John Motson.
Introduced By:
Ray Stubbs
Unknown:
Alan Hansen
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking.

Highlights from two of the day's top Premiership matches, including
Manchester United v Leeds
United. Plus the result of December's Goal of the Month competition. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Series producer John Shrewsbury
Editor Brian Barwick

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ray Stubbs
Unknown:
Alan Hansen
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking.
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Brian Barwick

Police thriller starring Burt Reynolds Catherine Deneuve
Phil Gaines is a poor but honest cop, devoted to his job. His companion is Nicole, a beautiful call girl, equally attached to her more lucrative profession. Together they plan to escape the world of hustling and violence, but when Gaines becomes involved in a brutal murder case, it dramatically affects both their lives. Watch out for actor Robert Englund , who found fame as Freddie Kreuger in the Nightmare on Elm Street horror series, and has a small role in this film.
Director Robert Aldfich (1975)
FILM REVIEWS pages 46-65

Contributors

Unknown:
Burt Reynolds
Unknown:
Catherine Deneuve
Unknown:
Phil Gaines
Unknown:
Robert Englund
Unknown:
Freddie Kreuger
Director:
Robert Aldfich
Lt Phil Gaines:
Burt Reynolds
Nicole Britton:
Catherine Deneuve
Leo Sellers:
Eddie Albert
Marty Hollinger:
Ben Johnson
Paula Hollinger:
Eileen Brennan
Santoro:
Ernest Borgnine
Sgt Louis Belgrave:
Paul Winfield
Peggy Summers:
Catherine Bach
Herbie Dalitz:
Jack Carter
Bus driver:
James Hampton
Gloria Hollinger:
Sharon Kelly
Morgue attendant:
Chuck Hayward
Hold-up man:
Robert Englund
Albino:
David Spielberg

Police thriller starring Burt Reynolds
Catherine Deneuve
A cop and a call girl plan to escape the world of hustling - but then the cop becomes involved in a brutal murder case. With Eddie Albert , Ben Johnson , Eileen Brennan.
Director Robert Aldrich ( 1975)
FILM REVIEWS pages 43-49

Contributors

Unknown:
Burt Reynolds
Unknown:
Catherine Deneuve
Unknown:
Eddie Albert
Unknown:
Ben Johnson
Unknown:
Eileen Brennan.
Director:
Robert Aldrich

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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