Film Fanfare - No 10 - Section 1, 2 & 3 1956

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Film Fanfare No. 10 - section 1,2 & 3.

Various Locations: London, Maidenhead

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Peter Irons introducing Film Fanfare. Muir Matheson conducts music. Various shots of orchestra. Peter Irons introducing Jock McGregor. Film premier of 'Safari'. Empire. Various shots of...




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    "Peter Irons" should read Peter Arne, (4 changes required).

    "Muir Matheson" should read Muir Mathieson.

    "Jock McGregor" should read Jock MacGregor.

    Seen at 02:33 is actress Kay Kendall.

    At 02:34 we see Diana Dors and Laurence Olivier.

    At 02:36 we see actress Gina Lollobrigida.

    At 02:42 we see actor Richard Attenborough.

    At 02:46 we see actor Kenneth More.

    At 02:54 we see starlet Margaret Simons.

    At 03:09 we see actress Shirley Burniston.

    At 03:13, actress Maureen Swanson.

    At 03:18, actor Terence Morgan.

    At 03:21, actress Jacqueline Curtis.

    At 03:21, film producers Cubby Broccoli and Irving Allen.

    At 03:22, producer Mike Francovich.

    At 03:36, actress Donna Reed.

    "June Powell at celebratory restaurant being interviewed" - celebratory should read celebrity. The restaurant is located on Bond Street. The interviewer is John Parsons.

    jamied 15th Jan 2013

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