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Adapted by Rod Serling from a short story by John O'Hara.
A series of outstanding film dramas.

This week starring Lee J. Cobb, Harry Guardino and Gena Rowlands.

Contributors

From a short story by:
John O'Hara
Adapted by:
Rod Serling
Director:
Alex March
Producer:
Dick Berg
Ernie Wigman:
Lee J. Cobb
Rich:
Harry Guardino
June:
Gena Rowlands
Vito Conte:
Stanley Adams
Brown:
Archie Moore
Reynolds:
George Neise
Nurse:
Mary Wickers
Metcalf:
Larry Blake

A film version of Menotti's powerful opera about the occult.
Symphony Orchestra of Rome
Conducted by Thomas Schippers

Contributors

Producer:
Walter Lowendahl
Director:
Gian Carlo Menotti
Director of photography:
Enzo Serafin
Art director:
Georges Wakhevitch
Musicians:
Symphony Orchestra of Rome
Orchestra conducted by:
Thomas Schippers
Madame Flora:
Marie Powers
Monica:
Anna Maria Alberghetti
Toby:
Leo Colman
Mrs. Nolan:
Belva Kibler
Mrs. Gobineau:
Beverley Dame
Mr. Gobineau:
Donald Morgan
on BBC Two England

by Philip Saville.
The last of five new films on the theme of love and marriage.
With Jack Bond as The Editor, Maureen Safhill as The Model
and appearances by Bertrand Russell, Dudley Moore and Jane Arden

Contributors

Writer/Screenplay/Director:
Philip Saville
Music:
Stanley Myers
Producer:
John McGrath
The Editor:
Jack Bond
The Model:
Maureen Safhill
Himself:
Bertrand Russell
Maserati driver:
Dudley Moore
Maserati passenger:
Jane Arden

A last look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Denis Tuohy, Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean and tonight's guests.

Contributors

Presenter:
Denis Tuohy
Presenter:
Joan Bakewell
Presenter:
Michael Dean

BBC Two England

About BBC Two

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