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Policy change for selection of tv judges at Cannes

Policy change for selection of tv judges at Cannes

ME.ABERS of the Jury for the television at the eighth international advertising a m : e sdval, to be held in Cannes from 1 2-16 next year, will be selected for their ,nowledge and experience of commercially. Di, decision was made at a recent meeting in Brusseis of the joint LSAS
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
One in five has seen 'South Pacific'

One in five has seen 'South Pacific'

SYDNEY.—Two million people have seen Twentieth Century-Fox's Todd-A0 musical "South Pacific" in Australia since the film commenced its first s-nson at the Sydney Mayfair on Boxing Day, 1958. The attendance is without parallel in the Austraran motion picture industry and represen
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
The Malpas Mystery

The Malpas Mystery

Anglo Amalgamated. British. (U) Featuring Maureen Swanson. Allan Cuthbertson and Geoffrey Keen. Produceit by Midst- Windt. and Leslie Parkyn. Directed by S.dney Hayers. Screenplay by Paul Tabori and Gordon Wellesley. Director of Photography, Michael Reed. Musical Director. Muir
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
In production

In production

at Elstree is Dimitri de Grunwald':; " Mr. Topaze." starring Peter Seller;. Nadia Gray. Herbert Lom. Leo McKern. Billie Whitelaw and Michael Gough. On location in Germany is "The Big Show." circus drama. starring Esther Williams, Cliff Robertson. David Nelson and Margia Dean: i
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Sagan novel

Sagan novel

Francois Sagan's novel. "Aimes-Vous Brahms." brought to the screen by Anatole Litvak as "Goodbye Again. - starring Ingrid Bergman. Yves Montand and Tony Perkins: from British studios an international cast headed by Gary Cooper. Deborah Kerr. Hermione Gingold and Eric Portman in
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
FLAMING STAR

FLAMING STAR

COLOUR BY DE LUXE warring ELVIS PRESLEY • BARBARA EDEN • STEVE FORREST • DOLORES DEL RIO and JOHN McINTIRE Today's top pop singer in his first dramatic role
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Not bravado

Not bravado

fact that "Carry on Regardless" is certarn , ot bravado is shown by the announcement . er Rogers that yet another "Carry On" 3t yet fixed) is in the offing for next year. )3 - e that will come a sliglvtly different 'Y• " The Happy Band." As this is about Is at a music academy it
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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A NEW British song will be sung by Nadia Gray in " Mr. Topaze," the Dimitri de Grunwald production now at MGM Elstree, in which she stars with Peter Sellers. It is called "I Like Money," and has lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer and music by George Martin. AT Beaconsfield Julian Wintle
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
MATOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29, 1960

MATOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29, 1960

December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England