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starring Larry Parks and the voice of Al Jolson
The story of the legendary singer through the doldrums of the 30s and his successful comeback in the 40s - with a host of authentic Jolson songs along the way.
Director HENRY LEVIN
Holiday Films: pages 17-18

Contributors

Unknown:
Larry Parks
Unknown:
Al Jolson
Director:
Henry Levin
Al Jolson:
Larry Parks
Ellen Clark:
Barbara Hale
Steve Martin:
William Demarest
Cantor Yoelson:
Ludwig Donath
Tom Baron:
Bill Goodwin
Ralph Bryant:
Myron McCormick

An entertainment for children with Brian Cant, Toni Arthur, Lionel Morton, Johnny Silvo, Jonathan Cohen, Spike Heatley, Alan Rushton
"The Bold Bad Bus", a book of rhyming stories from "Play Away": £1.60

Contributors

Presenter:
Brian Cant
Presenter:
Toni Arthur
Presenter:
Lionel Morton
Presenter:
Johnny Silvo
Musician:
Jonathan Cohen
Musician:
Spike Heatley
Musician:
Alan Rushton
Director:
Peter Charlton
Executive Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

In the first of three interviews with distinguished Hollywood directors PHILIP JENKINSON talks to William Wellman , experienced in handling any type of subject, particularly action films like Wings with Gary Cooper and Track of the Cat with Robert Mitchum.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : pages 17-18

Contributors

Talks:
Philip Jenkinson
Unknown:
William Wellman
Unknown:
Gary Cooper
Unknown:
Robert Mitchum.
Producer:
Barry Brown
Producer:
Philip Jenkinson

for the Dunhill International Championships 1973
The Grand Hall at Olympia was the home of British show jumping before the Second World War. Tonight - the highlights of this happy but competitive show.
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
RICHARD MEADE
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Producers for television
FRED VINER and ALAN MOUNCEB

Contributors

Commentators:
Dorian Williams
Commentators:
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Commentators:
Richard Meade
Introduced By:
David Vine
Unknown:
Fred Viner
Unknown:
Alan Mounceb

London Welsh v Leicester
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH describes the best of the action at Old Deer Park, Richmond.
Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Director:
Dewi Griffiths
Producer:
Bill Taylor

by Berlioz
A musical evocation of the familiar story of the Holy Family's flight into Egypt.
Sung in Lincoln Cathedral in a dramatised English version
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE,
CAMBRIDGE
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by David Willcocks
Designer DAVID MYERSCOUGH-JONES Producer BRIAN LARGE t

Contributors

Leader:
Rodney Friend
Conducted By:
David Willcocks
Conducted By:
David Myerscough-Jones
The Narrator:
Robert Tear
Herod:
Norman Bailey
Mary:
Josephine Veasey
Joseph:
John Shirley-Quirk
Ishmaelite Father:
Norman Bailey

Games with Love and Death
Five stories from the writings of ARTHUR SCHNITZLER dramatised by ROBERT MULLER Story 3: Part 1
A Confirmed Bachelor starring Robert Stephens as Doktor Graesler
Alone since the mysterious death of his sister, Doktor Graesler - now 48 years old - shows all the signs of being a confirmed bachelor ... until he meets Sabine.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Sound recordist RON BLIGHT Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT Designer DON HOMFRAY Director HERBERT WISE
(Repeated: Thursday, 9.10 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Schnitzler
Dramatised By:
Robert Muller
Unknown:
Robert Stephens
Unknown:
Doktor Graesler
Unknown:
Doktor Graesler
Editor:
Arthur Bennett
Designer:
Don Homfray
Director:
Herbert Wise
Sabine Schleheim:
Fiona Walker
Frau Schteheim:
Fanny Rowe
Friederike Graesler:
Pam Saire
Karl Schleheim:
Christopher Gable
Herr Schleheim:
Peter Copley
Dr Böhlinger:
John Bennett
Katharina Rebner:
Susan Littler
Waiter:
Neville Phillips

A Borrovian stroll through what was once ' Wild Wales ' 4: Into Snowdonia
John Seymour follows the quirky path of the rumbustious Victorian writer George Borrow through the mountains of North Wales to the summit of Snowdon.
Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE
Film cameraman TOM FRISWELL Producer SELWYN RODERICK

Contributors

Unknown:
George Borrow
Editor:
Chris Lawrence
Producer:
Selwyn Roderick

A tribute to ' Fats ' Waller the man and his music
Thomas Fats ' Waller, pianist, organist, jazz-man and composer of ' happy ' songs, died 15 December 1943. Thirty years later, his memory and countless hits are still very much alive.
Introduced by Rick Jones and featuring
George Chisholm and the Friends of Jazz
Salena Jones , Tommy Burton Alan Haven Trio
Lighting JOHN JEAVONS Sound DAVE WELSBY
Written and produced by REG PERRIN (Birmingham)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Rick Jones
Unknown:
George Chisholm
Unknown:
Salena Jones
Unknown:
Tommy Burton
Produced By:
Reg Perrin

starring
Bette Davis with Karl Malden , Peter Lawford
Twenty years after her twin sister had married the man she loved, a jealous woman returns to claim revenge by taking over her sister's life, her household - and her lover ...
Director PAUL HENREID
Holiday Films: pages 17-18

Contributors

Unknown:
Bette Davis
Unknown:
Karl Malden
Unknown:
Peter Lawford
Director:
Paul Henreid
Margaret:
Bette Davis
Edith:
Bette Davis
Sgt Jim Hobbson:
Karl Malden
Tony Collins:
Peter Lawford
Sgt Ben Hoag:
Philip Carey
Dede:
Jean Hagen
Paul Harrison:
George MacReady
Matriarch:
Estelle Winwood
George:
George Chandler
Garcia:
Mario Alcade
Henry:
Cyril Delevanti
Janet:
Monika Henreid
Dan:
Bert Remsen
Apartment manager:
Charles Watts
Capt Johnson:
Ken Lynch

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