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Bob Goalby (US) v Christy O'Connor (Ireland) at Ballybunion
The match that will decide the final score in the series.

Goalby, US Masters champion of 1968, meets O'Connor, winner of the world-record prize of £25,000 in last year's Player Classic, on one of Ireland's finest natural seaside links.
Prize-money: $4,000 to the winner $2,000 to the loser

Contributors

Golfer:
Bob Goalby
Golfer:
Christy O'Connor
Commentator:
Henry Longhurst
Assistant Producer:
Bob Abrahams
Producer:
Phil Pilley

Maxwell Boyd, Barrie Gill and Gordon Wilkins cover the motoring news of the week.
Does Vauxhall's new car mean more profits and prosperity for Luton?
The AA and the RAC - is there room in Britain for both of them?
Is the motor car a smog machine? The Minister of the Environment, The Rt Hon Peter Walker, MP, defends his 'clean car' anti-pollution policy.

Contributors

Reporter:
Maxwell Boyd
Reporter:
Barrie Gill
Reporter:
Gordon Wilkins
Interviewee:
The Rt Hon Peter Walker
Director:
Tony Salmon
Director:
Chris Berry
Producer:
John Mills
Editor:
Brian Robins

Starring Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner
with Melvyn Douglas, Walter Huston, Ethel Barrymore, Agnes Moorehead

A brilliant young writer, Fedja, meets the beautiful Pauline on the way to the casino at Wiesbaden where she and her father are habitual patrons at the gambling tables. In an effort to help cancel the family's debts Fedja stakes his life savings at roulette.
Gregory Peck plays the writer who himself becomes a slave to the tables in this story inspired by Dostoevsky's The Gambler.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Screenplay:
Ladislas Fedor
Screenplay:
Christopher Isherwood
Producer:
Gottfried Reinhardt
Director:
Robert Siodmak
Fedja:
Gregory Peck
Pauline Ostrovsky:
Ava Gardner
Armand De Glasse:
Melvyn Douglas
General Ostrovsky:
Walter Huston
Grandmother:
Ethel Barrymore
Emma Getzel:
Agnes Moorehead
Aristide Pitard:
Frank Morgan
Secretary:
Frederick Ledebur
Doctor:
Ludwig Donath
Jeweller:
Curt Bois
Hotel Manager:
Ludwig Stossel
Valet:
Erno Verebes

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