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Starring Van Heflin, Yvonne De Carlo
with Alex Nicol, Preston Foster, Jack Oakie

Wyoming in 1866 and the story of the Battle of Powder River which ended 30 years of war with the Sioux Indians.
Starring Van Heflin as the Indian scout who respects the cause of the Sioux and tries to avert blood-shed when a wagon trail is planned which crosses their traditional hunting grounds.
(This Weeks Films: page 9)


George Sherman
Van Heflin
Julie Madden:
Yvonne de Carlo
Lieut. Rob Dancy:
Alex Nicol
Col. Carrington:
Preston Foster
Sol Beckworth:
Jack Oakie
Dan Castello:
Tom Tully
Red Cloud:
John War Eagle
Susan Cabot

Tonight's edition in James Cameron's own series of documentary films

In a lifetime of travelling, James Cameron has crossed innumerable frontiers, those demarcation lines of territory and patriotism. In this programme he tried to discover what patriotism is, how it has changed during this century, and if anyone still feels it.
He found not only that it is very much alive in Britain, but that the word itself seemed to open up a series of private and fascinating compartments in the British character.

Also taking part: Members of the Cattistock Hunt, Chelsea Pensioners, John Fowles, Members of the Krishnamurti Foundation, Hugh McDiarmid, Colonel Colin Mitchell, Members of the National Front


James Cameron
Members of the Cattistock Hunt
Chelsea Pensioners
John Fowles
Members of the Krishnamurti Foundation
Hugh McDiarmid
Colonel Colin Mitchell
Members of the National Front
Michael Rabiger

by Rosemary Anne Sisson
[Starring] Glenda Jackson as Elizabeth I
[with] Ronald Hines as William Cecil, Robert Hardy as Earl of Leicester
with Esmond Knight, John Cairney and Vivian Pickles

"'Elizabeth R' in colour is even more impressive than its predecessor." (Oscar Turnill, Sunday Times)
"It was history without tears and very addictive and successful into the bargain." (Sean Day-Lewis, Daily Telegraph)
"...the standards of acting, the superb characterisations, the spaciousness of it all still remain as absorbing." (James Thomas, Daily Express)


Rosemary Anne Sisson
Elizabeth Waller
Dawn Alcock
Robert Wright
David Munrow
Richard Henry
Roderick Graham
Herbert Wise
Elizabeth I:
Glenda Jackson
Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester:
Robert Hardy
Spanish Ambassadors - Bishop de Quadra:
Esmond Knight
Spanish Ambassadors - Count de Feria:
Leonard Sachs
William Cecil:
Ronald Hines
Earl of Sussex:
John Shrapnel
Duke of Norfolk:
David Strong
Mary Sidney, sister to Earl of Leicester:
Caroline Harris
Henry Sidney, her husband:
Anthony Ainley
Amye Dudley, wife to Earl of Leicester:
Stacey Tendeter
Mrs Pinto, Amye Dudley's housekeeper:
Clare Austin
Kat Ashley:
Rachel Kempson
Dr Burcot:
Denis Carey
Sir James Melville, Scottish Ambassador:
John Cairney
Mary, Queen of Scots:
Vivian Pickles
Lettice Knollys, Countess of Essex:
Angela Thorne

Gala, current holders of their own Sevens' title, are hosts this afternoon to a wealth of Scottish Rugby talent from their neighbouring six border towns and from Glasgow. While maintaining a strong Scottish flavour by the setting in the heart of Sir Walter Scott's border country, today's guest sides, Moseley and Loughborough Colleges from England and Bridgend from Wales, make it very much an international occasion.
Commentator at Galashiels, Bill McLaren
Introduced by Cliff Morgan


Cliff Morgan
Bill McLaren
Bill Taylor
Series Producer:
Alan Mouncer

Starring James Cagney
with Dorothy Malone, Jane Greer, Jim Backus

Lon Chaney was a master of make-up and the creator of some of the most horrific characters in cinema history.
(This Week's Films: page 9)


Joseph Pevney
Lon Chaney:
James Cagney
Cleva Creighton Chaney:
Dorothy Malone
Hazel Bennett Chaney:
Jane Greer
Marjorie Rambeau
Clarence Locan:
Jim Backus
Irving Thalberg:
Robert J. Evans
Mrs Chaney:
Celia Lovsky
Creighton Chaney:
Roger Smith
Carrie Chaney:
Jeanne Cagney
Dr J. Wilson Shiels:
Jack Albertson

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