Continuing a season of the wholesome Hollywood star's films. Also starring Gordon MacRae
This musical comedy is set in the 20s as Wall Street faces an economic depression.
Stage-struck, wealthy Nanette decides to invest in a musical show.
Her uncle is loath to tell her that she has been ruined in the slump, so he agrees to allow her the money if she can say 'no' to every question put to her for 24 hours.
Director David Butler
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Tonight's film starring Doris Day, John Raitt
with Carol Haney, Eddie Foy Jr.
See facing page
starring Doris Day , Stephen Boyd Jimmy Durante , Martha Raye
In 1910 the Wonder Circus is kept going by the valiant efforts of Kitty Wonder and in spite of her father's weakness for dice games. But when handsome Sam Rawlins appears on the scene, the show's future seems threatened.
Directed by CHARLES WALTERS. Films: p 13
Musical comedy, continuing the Doris Day season. A woman will be allowed to finance a show if she fulfils an unusual condition. Director David Butler (1950. U) (S) Doris Day stars in Pillow Talk at 4.45pm
Films: pp 51-80 **
This afternoon's triple bill concludes with a comedy thriller directed by Frank Tashlin.
Starring Doris Day , Richard Harris
When industrial designer Patricia Foster gets caught in Paris selling a secret formula to a rival cosmetics firm, her troubles are onlyjust beginning. Showing in widescreen format.
Patricia Foster DORIS DAY , Christopher White RICHARD
HARRIS. Stuart Clancy RAY WALSTON , Matthew Cutter JACK KRUSCHEN
, Sir Jason Fox EDWARD MULHARE
(1967, U) .... * See Films: pages 62-68 ***
Musical comedy, showing as part of the Saturday Matinée season. Starring Doris Day
Unaware that herfortune has been wiped out in a stock market crash, stage-struck Nanette promises to finance a musical. Her incompetent Uncle Max agrees, but only if Nanette says "no" to every question for 24 hours.
Director David Butler (1950, U)
Postponed from 22 June ♦See Films: pages 45-50
Romantic comedy. Housewife Beverly Boyer becomes an overnight TV sensation, much to the disgust of her husband, when she stars in a live soap commercial. Review page 64.
Director Norman Jewison (1963. U)
(S) Doris Day stars in The Ballad ofJosie, showing tomorrow at 2.50pm
continues the season of films of the 70s. starring
Elliott Gould Marcia Rodd
' Why are you the way you are, rather than the way you have to be? ' Photographer Alfred Cham berlain is asked this question - among many others-by his new wife Patsy, whose mission in life is to ' mould ' him. Alongside this story of attack on the rights of the individual, Jules Feiffer has written a brutally savage satire on the American way of life. The setting is present-day New York, a city disintegrating under a series of power failures, muggings, random snipers, obscene 'phone calls and 345 unsolved murders in six months ...
Directed by ALAN ARKIN
(First showing on British television) Films; page 12
Charles Grodin , Cybill Shepherd Jeannie Berlin, Eddie Albert
Three days after his marriage Lenny Cantrow falls in love with Kelly, a girl he meets on the beach. Undaunted by her parents' dislike of him, he announces his intention of getting a divorce and marrying her. Two weeks later, a bemused Kelly finds him in her home town, divorced and ready for stage two of his plan ...
Screenplay by NEIL SIMON based on the story A Change of Plan by BRUCE JAY FRIEDMAN
Producer EDGAR J. SCHERICK Directed by ELAINE MAY
(First showing on British television)
Continuing a season of films specially made for television.
Tonight starring Loni Anderson Michele Lee
- Joseph Mankiewicz 's
1949 double-Oscar winner has been updated to the 80s in this sizzling story that dissects three marriages and finds that each one is questionable. As three wives board a boat for a day-long charity cruise, they are handed a letter from a mutual friend saying that she is running off with one of their husbands. Each wife has every reason to believe that hers is the husband in question....
Screenplay by SALLY ROBINSON Produced by KAREN MOORE Directed by LARRY ELIKANN
(First showing on British television)
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