Film '72 - Season 7

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Monday 11:50 PM on BBC Premiered Feb 09, 1972 In Season

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  • Film 78 Episode 13
    Film 78 Episode 13
    Episode 13
    12/10/78
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    Barry Norman presents a roundup of the latest film releases and books and records in time for Christmas.
  • Film 78 Episode 12
    Film 78 Episode 12
    Episode 12
    10/29/78
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    Barry Norman reviews The 39 Steps, Death on the Nile, Eyes of Laura Mars, The Greek Tycoon, Ludwig, Pardon Mon Affaire Too, The Greatest Story Ever Told, Des Pardes, Talking Feet & Yankee Doodle Dandy.
  • Film 78 Episode 11
    Film 78 Episode 11
    Episode 11
    9/17/78
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    Barry Norman reviews Grease, and Heaven Can Wait starring Warren Beatty. Includes an interview with Richard Burton about filming The Wild Geese in South America.
  • Film 78 Special Who's That with Adela?
    Barry Norman interviews Adela Rogers St John (now 84yrs old) about her career spanning 5 decades in which she was the first woman crime reporter & sportswriter, as well as one of the first Hollywood gossip columnists.
  • Film 78 Episode 9
    Film 78 Episode 9
    Episode 9
    5/21/78
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    Clips featured include The Cars That Ate Paris, Picnic At Hanging Rock, The Last Wave, The Shout, Full Circle and Gray Lady Down.
  • Film 78 Special Woody Allen
    5/7/78
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    Iain Johnstone conducts a rare interview with film actor, writer and director, Woody Allen - one of the movie world's most controversial & engaging talents.
  • Film 78 Special From Metropolis to Close Encounters
    Barry Norman focusses on the history of Science Fiction films from Metropolis to Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. It includes clips from The Thing From Another World, The Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, The Day Of The Triffids, Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars, Sleeper and Forbidden Planet.
  • Film 78 Episode 6
    Film 78 Episode 6
    Episode 6
    4/9/78
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    Includes a visit to the Florida location for Jaws 2, and includes interviews with stars Roy Scheider and Lorraine Gary, and director Jeannot Szwarc. Also includes a behind the scenes look at Tigers Don't Cry, which stars Anthony Quinn as a nurse who kidnaps an ailing African ruler.
  • Film 78 Episode 5
    Film 78 Episode 5
    Episode 5
    3/26/78
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    Features a visit to Bray Studios and the set of the forthcoming version of The Hound of the Baskervilles. Also includes interviews with its stars Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.
  • Film 78 Episode 4
    Film 78 Episode 4
    Episode 4
    3/12/78
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    Barry Norman reviews The Stud, Looking for Mr Goodbar, Assault on Precinct 13, The Man who loved Women, Swept Away, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Wombling Free.
  • Film 78 Episode 3
    Film 78 Episode 3
    Episode 3
    2/26/78
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    Barry Norman reviews Swarm, Silver Bears, Wages of Fear, The Four Feathers, Jonah who will be 25 in the Year 2000, The Turning Point, Max Beeza and the City in the Sky, Carry on Camping, Carry on up the Khyber and Carry on Doctor.
  • Film 78 Episode 2
    Film 78 Episode 2
    Episode 2
    2/12/78
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    Featuring interviews with Bryan Forbes, Tatum O'Neal & Anthony Hopkins on location at Pinewood Studios making International Velvet.
  • Film 78 Episode 1
    Film 78 Episode 1
    Episode 1
    1/29/78
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    Featuring a sequence about The Class of Miss MacMichael, the 3rd film co-starring Glenda Jackson & Oliver Reed. It is a black comedy set in a school for maladjusted teenagers. Barry Norman visits the location in South London, & both Glenda Jackson and Oliver Reed. Rosalind Cash & John Standing are teachers. Also includes interviews with the producer Judd Bernard & director Silvio Narizzano, who speak of the difficulty of raising finance for the film & how it was turned down several times by British & U.S Coys.moreless
  • Film 78 Episode 1
    Film 78 Episode 1
    Episode 1
    1/29/78
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    Featuring the film The Class of Miss MacMichael, co-starring Glenda Jackson & Oliver Reed. It is a black comedy set in a school for maladjusted teenagers. Barry Norman goes on location in South London Featuring interviews with cast Glenda Jackson, Oliver Reed, Rosalind Cash and John Standing, and also with producer Judd Bernard and director Silvio Narizzano.moreless
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