Film Fanfare - No 22 1956

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  • In the paragraph describing the film "Home and Away, many other film industry people are also seen. These include..... The elderly man pictured at 04:49 is pioneering British film-maker George Pearson. The man in the bow-tie at 05:06 is film producer George Maynard. Seen at 05:11 are veteran Lighting Cameraman Basil Emmott and Director Vernon Sewell. At 05:25 we see actress Lana Morris. The man with her is make-up artist Neville Smallwood. At 06:09 we see continuity girl Betty Forster. In the paragraph describing "Chinese Party", despite what the commentator says, "Beverly Brook" should read Beverley Brooks (text and tags). At 07:19 Paul Carpenter (named in the shots list) is pictured with his wife, actress Kim Parker. "Wolf Mankovitz" should read Wolf Mankowitz (text and tags). For the paragraph describing "Man in the Sky" - seen at 08:04 is actor Jack Hawkins. At 08:12 is continuity girl Lee Turner. At 08:26 is actor Walter Fitzgerald. Glimpsed at 08:43 is actor Ernest Clark. "April…

    jamied 7th Jun 2012
  • Ran out of space on that one, the missing bit at the end reads.....

    "April Orlich" should read April Olrich., (text and tags).

    jamied 7th Jun 2012

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