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

    Section 1

    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 film stars attending film premier.

    Section 2

    Peter Irons presenting Film Fanfare mentioning actress, June Powell. June Powell at celebratory restaurant being interviewed about her stage and film work. June Powell singing along to 'The Tender Trap'

    Section 3

    Peter Irons introduces 'our star at home' Richard Todd. Film Fanfare at Mr. Todd's country retreat in Maidenhead. Mr. Todd welcomes cameras into his house, and gives the camera a guided tour (Good shots of house and of Mr. Todd)

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    01:45:56:00 / 02:01:31:00
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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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