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Medical drama based on a novel by
AJ Cronin , starring Carole Lombard
A dedicated nurse takes the blame for her sister's negligence. With Anne Shirley. Director George Stevens (1940)

Contributors

Author:
Aj Cronin
Anne Lee:
Carole Lombard
Lucy Lee:
Anne Shirley.
Director:
George Stevens

Continuing the season of films starring Audrey Hepburn. A young Belgian girl enters a convent but finds the principle of obedience hard to observe. With Peter Finch , Peggy Ashcroft , Edith Evans and Lionel Jeffries.
Director Fred Zinnemann (1959)

Contributors

Sister Luke:
Audrey Hepburn
Dr. Fortunati:
Peter Finch
Mother Mathilde:
Peggy Ashcroft
Rev. Mother Emmanuel:
Edith Evans
Dr. Goovaerts:
Lionel Jeffries
Director:
Fred Zinnemann

Romantic comedy continuing the season of films starring Audrey Hepburn
The heartbroken daughter of a chauffeur is sent to
France after falling for an eligible bachelor. She returns a changed woman.
With Humphrey Bogart , William Holden and John Williams. Director Billy Wilder (1954)

Contributors

Unknown:
Audrey Hepburn
Unknown:
Humphrey Bogart
Unknown:
William Holden
Unknown:
John Williams.
Director:
Billy Wilder

I Continuing the season I of films starring, Robert Vaughn
David McCallum
The disappearance of an UNCLE agent and five scientists leads our heroes to the headquarters of a man intent on taking over the world. With Barry Sullivan , Leslie Nielsen and Eleanor Parker.
Director Sutton Roley (1968)
FILM REVIEWS pages 46-65

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Vaughn
Unknown:
David McCallum
Unknown:
Barry Sullivan
Unknown:
Leslie Nielsen
Unknown:
Eleanor Parker.
Director:
Sutton Roley

Overweight, overblown and over-decorated, the 1970s
Pontiac TransAm summed up everything that was wrong with American cars at the time. But it's still a classic.
Steve Berry drives the latest model. And Jeremy Clarkson looks at Top Gear's highlights of 1993. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Berry
Unknown:
Jeremy Clarkson
Producer:
Jon Bentley
Producer:
Dennis Adams

Julie Christie plays opposite Donald Sutherland (her co-star in the 1973 thriller Don't Look Now) in Shelagh Delaney 's dramatisation of the novel by Ulster writer Jennifer Johnston.
Painter Helen Cuffe has fled to Donegal with her young son Jack after the killing of her husband in Northern Ireland. She lives in isolation until she meets a mysterious, disabled American, who is obsessed with restoring an abandoned railway station.
Romance blossoms, but then a group of so-called freedom fighters decides to store arms in the railway station - and enlists the help of Helen's son.
Producers: Andree Molyneux, Roger Randall-Cutler Director: Michael Whyte
See This Week Page 8

Contributors

Dramatist:
Shelagh Delaney
Writer:
Jennifer Johnston
Producer:
Andree Molyneux
Producer:
Roger Randall-Cutler
Line Producer:
Simon Mills
Helen Cuffe:
Julie Christie
Roger Hawthorne:
Donald Sutherland
Damian Sweeney:
John Lynch
Jack Cuffe:
Frank MacCusker
Manus Dempsey:
Mark Tandy
Mrs Sweeney:
Maire Hastings
Mr Hasson:
Peadar Lamb
Father Quinlan:
Niall Cusack

Film Premiere. Drama based on a true story, starring Edward James Olmos, Lou Diamond Phillips
A group of east Los Angeles teenagers, trapped in a cycle of poverty, illiteracy, drugs and violence, find inspiration in the form of a dedicated teacher. (1988)
FIlM REVIEWS pages 46-45

Contributors

Director:
Ramon Menendez
Jaime Escalante:
Edward James Olmos
Angel:
Lou Diamond Phllips
Ramirez:
Andy Garcia
Fabiola Escalante:
Rosana de Soto
Ana:
Vanessa Marquez
Lupe:
Ingrid Oliu

The Black Christmas season continues with this offbeat crime comedy.
A prisoner on death row recalls the incredible events that led him there: a giant rat, a pair of hired killers, a car chase and a damsel in distress.
Director Sam Raimi (1985)
FILM REVIES pages 46-65

Contributors

Director:
Sam Raimi
Helene Trend:
Louise Lasser
Vic Ajax:
Reed Birney
Faron Crush:
Paul Smith
Arthur Coddish:
Brion James
Nancy:
Shereej Wilson

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