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Western starring Glenn Ford
JeanneCrain
Faster than Wyatt Earp , peaceful storekeeper George Temple is the fastest gun alive - and so becomes the next target for ruthless outlaw Vinnie Harold.
Director Russell Rouse (1956) B/W
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Contributors

Unknown:
Glenn Ford
Unknown:
Wyatt Earp
Unknown:
George Temple
Unknown:
Vinnie Harold.
Director:
Russell Rouse
George Temple:
Glenn Ford
Dora Temple:
Jeanne Crain
Vinnie Harold:
Broderick Crawford
Eric Doolittle:
Russ Tamblyn
Harvey Maxwell:
Allyn Joslyn
Lou Glover:
Leif Erickson
Dink Wells:
Noah Beery Jr

A series about fishing presented by Jack Charlton. North to Alaska. Jack competes with the brown bears for Alaska's Pacific salmon.
Director/Producer Tony Francis
Executive producer Robert Charles

Contributors

Presented By:
Jack Charlton.
Unknown:
Alaska. Jack
Producer:
Tony Francis
Producer:
Robert Charles

The personal stories of a group of young would-be doctors.
Finals. Fey Probst struggles to revise while raising her four children single-handed, John Shephard has to get a sensible medical story from a patient with florid schizophrenia, and Ese Oshevire wonders whether black students are treated fairly.
Series producer Edward Bnffa
Executive producer Robin Bhghtwell

Contributors

Unknown:
Fey Probst
Unknown:
John Shephard
Unknown:
Ese Oshevire
Producer:
Edward Bnffa
Producer:
Robin Bhghtwell

"I'm going to sit in the bathroom for the rest of my life and go out every so often for a sandwich," says the character played by Charlotte Coleman in Clare
Mclntyre's drama about three young flatmates.
Humorous and questioning, the play explores the girls' hopes and fears through a series of conversations and tiffs as they go in and out of their much-used, dingy bathroom.
Coleman, star of Oranges Are
Not the Only Fruit and more recently Four Weddings and a Funeral, plays a victim of sexual assault who shares a flat with a make-up fanatic and a daydreamer who tends to languish in the bath.
ProducerSimon Curtis; Director Sheree Folkson
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Contributors

Played By:
Charlotte Coleman
Director:
Sheree Folkson
Mary:
Charlotte Coleman
Celia:
Beth Goddard
Jo:
Nicola Sanderson
Man A:
Shaun Dingwall
Man B:
Robin Pirongs

Another chance to see some of the funniest moments from the award-winning series.
Featuring Ron Bain ,
Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith , John Sparkes and Jonathan Watson. ProducerColin Gilbert
Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown:
Ron Bain
Unknown:
Gregor Fisher
Unknown:
Andy Gray
Unknown:
Helen Lederer
Unknown:
Tony Roper
Unknown:
Elaine C Smith
Unknown:
John Sparkes
Unknown:
Jonathan Watson.

Festival highlights featuring American dance with Miami
City Ballet, Mark Morris , Lucinda Childs and Merce Cunningham. Presented by Emma Freud.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Morris
Unknown:
Lucinda Childs
Unknown:
Merce Cunningham.
Presented By:
Emma Freud.

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