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The Tale of Jack Frost
An enchanting animation, narrated by Hugh Laurie
A little boy with snow-white skin is named Jack Frost by forest animals because if his magic powers. But goblins plan to steal Jack's special abilities.
(Rptd 11am CBBC Channel)
Have Your Say on .. page 196

9.30 What's New Scooby-Doo?
A snow fiend is at large.

Contributors

Narrator (The Tale of Jack Frost):
Hugh Laurie

Enchanting comedy sequel starring Glenn Close. Cruella de Vil teams up with a French designer to create a dalmatian-puppy coat. Review page 61.
Director Kevin Lima (2000, U)

Contributors

Unknown:
Glenn Close.
Director:
Kevin Lima
Cruella De Vil:
Glenn Close
Kevin:
Loan Gruffudd
Chloe:
Alice Evans
Alonso:
Tim McLnnerny
Mr Torte:
Ian Richardson

Colin Firth, Renee Zellweger, Kelly Holmes, Rebecca Loos and Dirty Den join Posh and Becks as targets for Alistair McGowan and Ronni Ancona. Director Angte de Chastelai Smith ; Producer Henry Klejdys [S)

Contributors

Impressionist:
Alistair McGowan
Impressionist:
Ronni Ancona.
Director:
Angte de Chastelai Smith
Producer:
Henry Klejdys

Hugely entertaining fantasy adventure.
Harry Potter lives a miserable existence - until he learns he's the orphaned son of wizards. Offered a place at a boarding school for wizards, he soon starts a new life filled with fantasy. Review page 61. (2001, PG) Film Highlights: page 38 ****

Contributors

Director:
Chris Columbus
Harry Potter:
Daniel Radcliffe
Ron Weasley:
Rupert Grint
Hermione:
Emma Watson
Hagrid:
Robbie Coltrane
McGonagall:
Maggie Smith
Snape:
Alan Rickman
Dumbledore:
Richard Harris
Uncle Vemon:
Richard Griffiths
Aunt Petunia:
Fiona Shaw
Nearly Headless Nick:
John Cleese
Madame Hooch:
Zoe Wanamaker
Quirrell:
Ian Hart
Mr Ollivander:
John Hurt
Mrs Weasley:
Julie Walters

Eddy uses regression therapy for inspiration when she decides to redecorate the kitchen.

The Bolly and the ivy: page 14

Contributors

Writer:
Jennifer Saunders
Producer:
Jo Sargent
Director:
Ed Bye
Edina:
Jennifer Saunders
Patsy:
Joanna Lumley
Saffy:
Julia Sawalha
Mother:
June Whitfield
Bubble:
Jane Horrocks
Bettina:
Miranda Richardson
Max:
Patrick Barlow
Therapist:
Laurie Metcalf
Kunz:
Nathan Lane
Sir Terence Conran:
null Himself
Bo:
Mo Gaffney
Marshall:
Chris Ryan
Catriona:
Helen Lederer
Fleur:
Harriet Thorpe

Wayne Rooney , Catherine Zeta-Jones and Justin Timberlake are among the stars featured in footage they'd really rather forget. With Angus Deayton.
Producer Helen Tumbridge ; Exec producer Caroline Wright

Contributors

Unknown:
Wayne Rooney
Unknown:
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Unknown:
Justin Timberlake
Unknown:
Angus Deayton.
Producer:
Helen Tumbridge
Producer:
Caroline Wright

Sizzling romantic crime drama with George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez.
After bank robber Jack Foley encounters US Marshal Karen Sisco in a prison break, their mutual attraction means they're fated to meet again. Review page 62. Director Steven Soderbergh (1998, 15)

Contributors

Unknown:
George Clooney
Unknown:
Jennifer Lopez.
Unknown:
Jack Foley
Unknown:
Karen Sisco
Director:
Steven Soderbergh

Inspired horror spoof with Gene Wilder. Frederick Frankenstein goes to Transylvania to get a family legacy. Review page 62. Director Mel Brooks (1974.15) (BW)
Followed by Weathervlew

Contributors

Unknown:
Gene Wilder.
Unknown:
Frederick Frankenstein
Director:
Mel Brooks

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