A thriller by Ugo Betti.
Translated by Henry Reed.
Henry Sherek presents Patricia Jessel and Stephen Murray in..
The action takes place in a hillside village on the frontier of an Eastern European country.
Time, the present
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A film about the preparations, and the journey of over 8,000 miles of the Britannia jet-prop airliner which brings children from overseas to schools in the British Isles.
Written and produced for television by Trevor Hill.
Incidental music composed by Henry Reed who conducts a section of the BBC Northern Orchestra
(Filmed with the co-operation of British Overseas Airways Corporation)
A feature on the International Children's School at Fontainebleau, France where young people of seven different nationalities work and play together.
Written and produced by Trevor Hill.
The narrator, Deryck Guyler
Music composed by Henry Reed who conducts a section of the BBC Northern Orchestra
A BBC North Regional Film
Prepared with the assistance of the French Ministry of Education, and the Public Information Office. H.Q. Allied Air Forces, Central Europe
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A light-hearted show for a winter's evening in which everything is chopped up small and flavoured with half a bottle of pre-Christmas spirit.
with Robert Harris, Marjorie Mars, Henry Oscar, Richard Goolden, Linda Gray, John Salew, Joan Hickson, Fred O'Donovan, Maxine Audley, Dennis Stephenson and Richard Hearne.
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