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Excerpts included Pal Joey, Gangsters (Feb 5th 1958)- including clips from Young Girls Beware, Baby Face Nelson (series: Spotlight) Walt Disney Feature Films (Feb 12th)- clips from Treasure Island, Twenty Thousand Leagues, Robin Hood, Johnny Tremaine Jack Cardiff (Feb 26th)- incl Pandora, African Queen, War and Peace, The Brave One Virginia Mc Kenna and Kenneth More (Mar 26th)- talking to Daniel M Angel, clips- Carve Her Name With Pride, Reach for the Sky Rising Stars (Apr 2nd)- those who began their acting as children but are now "well on the way to stardom." incl June Archer "in the studio," and a scene from Innocent Sinners (series: Spotlight) Laurence Harvey (Apr 9th)- incl extracts from The Silent Enemy.Director: Jim Pople Sir Michael Balcon (May 21st)- talking to Mc Donald Hobley incl The Blue Lamp, The Lavender Hill Mob, Dunkirk Richard Todd (May 28th)- introduced by Mc Donald Hobley who talks in the studio to Richard Todd.Seeing Sport (ATV) Under Fire/Youth Wants to Know (Granada) Cool for Cats (A-R) Gay Cavalier (A-R) Destination Downing Street (A-R) On Stage/Late Extra (A-R) Highland Fling (A-R) Life with the Lyons (A-R) Star Feature (1961) was Scottish Television's contribution to the genre of tv coverage of feature films. 7 Half-Time Score (Mar 3rd 1963) Director: Roy Battersby 8 The Language of Literature (Mar 10th 1963) 9 Take a Message (Mar 17th 1963) now introduced by Robert Kee 12 Is There a Standard English? 4 Take Notice (Feb 10th 1963, rpt Feb 2nd 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune, Geoffrey Matthews. By midnight on a July night, the last and greatest of the Black Miracles of Derva will be accomplished. ITV's contribution was fascinating because several companies exploited their connections with the industry.More information is needed, but it began on Sunday April 9th 1961, presented by Jimmy Nairn. The programmes focused on film stars and included clips from their movies, the usual format. 3 Birds of a Feather (Feb 3rd 1963) 4 Speak For Yourself (Feb 10th 1963) 5 Are You Receiving Me? (Apr 7th 1963) Pen to Paper The difference between writing and speaking. 5 Friend or Foe (Feb 17th 1963 rpt Feb 9th 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune. These series included: Movie Magazine (ATV Sept 1955-Apr 1956) Film Fanfare (ABC Feb 1956-Dec 1956) Portrait Of A Star (ATV May 1956-1957) Close Up (A-R Feb 1957-1963) Box Office (ABC Apr 1957-Jan 1958) Star Parade (Tyne Tees 1959-1964) Movie Magazine (TWW 1961-1965) Cinema (Granada 1964-1975) If you can add to this data, or produce more details of the TTT and TWW programmes, please email. The first ever ITV series on films was Movie Magazine on ATV London, first edition Sunday Sept 25th 1955, 7.45-8pm. It was hosted by John Fitzgerald and produced by Cecil Petty.New producer: Ben Churchill Oct 6th- Introduced by John Fraser and Genine Graham- War and Peace, Loving You, Campbell's Kingdom Oct 20th- Introduced by Paul Carpenter- Tea and Sympathy, Seven Thunders, The Scamp, Our Girl Friday Oct 27th- Band of Angels, Lucky Jim, Men in War Nov 24th- Introduced by Peter Reynolds (ditto Dec 1st/ 22nd) Jan 5th 1958 again introduced by Peter Reynolds, produced by Ben Churchill - last programme menu of ITV film shows ......... (Personnel shown when they were changed.) Subjects included: Powell and Pressburger (Mon Feb 25th 1957) with extracts from Ill Met By Moonlight Elizabeth Taylor (Tues Mar 26th) director Macdonald Martin Glamour (Wed June 19th 7.30pm) seven stars in sequences from their latest films Richard Widmark (June 26th) introduced by Muriel Young. Clips from Kiss of Death, and Saint Joan Ray Milland (July 3rd).Close Up "The programme breaks away from the usual pattern." This was Associated Rediffusion's long running contribution to the genre of tv magazines on films. It was partially networked, some regions showing it periodically, though I don't think it was ever seen in the Midlands area. Clips from Dial M for Murder and River's Edge Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier (July 10th). If you believe it will happen strongly enough, well it just might. Television looks at the film business, interviewing the stars, and even gets the chance to show clips from the latest movies.
Director: Richard Sidwell Peter Ustinov and Terence Stamp (June 22nd) a filmed interview by Neville Barker, introduced by Bruce Lewis June 29th: incl The Young Savages, Hoodlum Priest, and Follow that Man, whose stars "we hope to have in the studio." Introduced by Neville Barker Disney Dog Week! Derek Granger talks to Claudia Cardinale Jan 8th: Cary Grant films Jan 22nd: My Fair Lady Jan 22nd: Anthony Asquith Jan 29th: clips from The Train and other films with trains Feb 5th: A Shot in the Dark and other Sellers' films Feb 12th: Peter O'Toole and Dirk Bogarde talk to Derek Granger, clip from King and Country and other Bogarde films Feb 26th, 9.10pm: Women in films of the past 20 years incl clips from The Pleasure Seekers Mar 5th: Royal Families portrayed on film, incl clip from Becket Mar 12th: The British Empire, incl The High Bright Sun Mar 26th: Frank Sinatra incl clips from his films Apr 2nd: Spies incl The Ipcress Dile, The Intelligence Men Apr 16th: Service comedies (previously announced for Apr 9th) Apr 23rd: highlights from She Apr 30th: catastrophes May 7th: Jack Lemmon, clips from The Notorious Landlady, Under the Yum-Yum Tree, Operation Madball, You Can't Run Away from It, Phfft, Good Neighbour Sam May 28th new director Graeme Mc Donald July 16th: Otto Preminger interview and scenes from his films July 23rd: Disney the Wizard, Disney's cinematic tricks July 30th: Errol Flynn, also Alain Delon in scenes from The Black Tulip Aug 6th: new host Michael Scott, incl The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders, Shenandoah Aug 13th: incl Van Ryan's Express and other escape films. Producer: Graeme Mc Donald Aug 20th: Comedies incl escerpts from You Must Be Joking, What's New Pussycat?
Programmes included: John Mills with clips of The Singer and The Song, Doris Day (Midnight Lace), and Peter Finch (No Love for Johnny). Guest speaker Stanley Unwin 6 You, Me and The Gatepost (Feb 24th 1963, rpt Feb 16th 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune 7 Speaking With Ink (Mar 3rd 1963, rpt Feb 23rd 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune 8 To Raise the Standard (Mar 10th 1963 rpt Mar 1st 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune 9 Give Yourself a Chance (Mar 17th 1963 rpt Mar 8th 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune 10 This is the Point (Mar 24th 1963 rpt Mar 15th 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune 11 In Witness Thereof (Mar 31st 1963 rpt Mar 22nd 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune 12 In Good Form (Apr 7th 1963 rpt Apr 5th 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune 13 We Can All Do Better (Apr 14th 1963 rpt Apr 12th 1964) with Jimmy Thompson, Rose Hill, Rex Garner, Denise Shaune (listing of ABC's adult education programmes to be continued) Menu ..... With George Coulouris, Fabia Drake and Tessa Wyatt. With Gabrielle Drake, Richard Hurndall, Morris Perry and Francesca Tu. With Michael Barrington, Kynaston Reeves, Jane Jordan Rogers. "News and scenes from popular films." TV Times did not indicate the content.
Note: Gerry Le Grove had previously in 1958 made Saturday Limelight, clips of songs, described as "a filmed disc jockey show" ..... Haunted (ABC) A young philosophy lecturer at a new Midands University, Michael West (Patrick Mower), investigates the supernatural. With Avis Bunnage (Margaret Rowley), Jack Woolgar, Ronald Lacey, Charles Lloyd Pack. Across the years a chill wind strums its tragic echo of the past. The story of Marjorie, whose ghost haunts an empty house. Why should anyone be terrified of a Chinese girl in Kew Gardens? With newly operational ABC producing the networked Film Fanfare from February that year, ATV continued their own programme in the Midlands area only, entitled Midland Movie Magazine beginning on Wednesday February 22nd 1956 from 10.30-10.45pm, with John Fitzgerald again presenting, and Cecil Petty producing. From June that year, TV Times announced the subject of each programme: Barbara Stanwyck (June 3rd), Mr Magoo (June 17th), John Mills (Aug 5th)- TV Times included a photo from The Baby and the Battleship, Kenneth More (Sept 2nd), John Wayne (Sept 23rd), Alastair Sim (Oct 14th), George Cole (Oct 21st), Rossano Brazzi (Nov 18th), Joan Crawford (Dec 9th), Abbott and Costello (Dec 16th), Gregory Peck (Dec 23rd), William Holden (Dec 30th), Ernest Borgnine (Jan 6th 1957), Glynis Johns (Jan 13th), Broderick Crawford (Jan 20th), Orson Welles (Jan 27th), Michael Wilding (Mar 3rd), Ingrid Bergman (Apr 14th).
Director: Jonathan Alwyn Dec 1st incl GI Blues Jeff Chandler Dec 8th interview, incl The Plunderers. Dec 15th incl Elmer Gantry Request week Dec 29th incl Pollyana Deborah Kerr (Jan 5th 1961)- clips include the Sundowners Look At Life (Feb 2nd)- the cinema feature that has reached a hundred editions. June 14th director Bill Turner The World of Darryl Zanuck (July 26th and Aug 2nd - in two parts) Elvis (Aug 9th) introduced by Vanessa Thornton Aug 23rd: introduced by Ronan O'Casey incl interviews with Tommy Steele, Charlie Drake and Russ Tamblyn Stanley Kramer (Aug 30th 1963) talking to Vanessa Thornton. Peter Ustinov (Tues Oct 13th 1962 6.13-6.43pm) with an exclusive interview with the actor on location on Billy Budd. Tues Mar 12th 1963 6.13-6.42pm with clips from Cape Fear, Live Now Pay Later, The Bungala Boys and Witness for the Prosecution. Meet Honor Blackman (Wed Sept 30th, 7pm) in an interview with Bamber Gascoigne, incl a clip from Goldfinger.
Also The Night We Got The Bird Peter Finch (Feb 9th) incl No Love for Johnnie Ernie Kovacs (Mar 16th) incl Pepe, Five Golden Hours, It Happened to Jane, Operation Madball Tony Hancock (Mar 23rd) interview incl The Rebel. Director Mark Lawton Oscar Nominations (Apr 6th) Joe Pasternak (Apr 20th) incl Easter Parade, Toast of New Orleans, In the Good Old Summertime, Where The Boys Are, Director: Richard Doubleday Otto Preminger (May 11th) discusses with Sal Mineo and Jill Hayworth, Exodus Empire Leicester Square (May 25th) closing after 35 years. Host: Ronan O'Casey clips from The Defiant Ones etc This was the last programme in the series that I have traced. Introduced by Bruce Lewis (except as noted) The first edition I have found details of: Charlton Heston (Tues Jan 2nd 1962, 6.15-6.45pm) with Charlton Heston talking about El Cid, incl an excerpt. An extract from this film, also The Pigeon That Took Rome, and The Man Who Knew too Much. Themes were not always announced in TV Times from now on, but these were: Oct 28th: clips incl The Guns At Batasi, Rattle of a Simple Man and other Richard Attenborough films Nov 4th: Derek Granger was the new host. Producer: Mike Wooller Nov 11th: clips include Fate Is The Hunter Nov 25th new director: Graeme Mc Donald Dec 2nd: Greta Garbo Dec 23rd: Christmas.