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'A Executive Committee neeting December 20

'A Executive Committee neeting December 20

e committee has adopted the proceedn„ e he finance and management committee •riously the same morning at which, amo ng other matters, it was agreed to renew t he A iciation's contribution to the London Chaint r of Commerce. he committee has received the report of t h e jo . comm
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
deal with Australian tv

deal with Australian tv

NEW YORK.—MGM has signed a contract with Australian television stations for the use of pictures from the company's pre-1949 library of features for a sum of 2,600,000 dollars over a five-year period. This action is the result of exploration by the MGM markt ling departments in a
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Double honour for Bardot picture

Double honour for Bardot picture

HENRI CLOUZOTS picture " Verite. - starring Brigitte Bardot. world-:de ieleae by Cc:ambia has won douhk distinction being sekcted as France's on:y entry in the American Academy Awards " Oscar race for 1961. and by being chosen as the official French entry in the Mar del P:ata Fe
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
SANCTUARY

SANCTUARY

Starring LEE REMICK • YVES MONTAND • BRADFORD DILLMAN One of the boldest pictures ever to come from Hollywood
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
IT HAPPENED IN ATHENS

IT HAPPENED IN ATHENS

EASTMAN COLOUR Starring JAYNE MANSFIELD • TRAX COLTON • NICO MINARDOS and XENIA DEL MAR All the thrills and tragedy of the Olympic Games honours
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Decline

Decline

There was a &cline in the screening of programmes of U.S origin, neither ITV nor the BBC used up their full quota entitlement. This was due partly to Parliamentary criticism and partly because many of American programmes distributed this year were of poor quality. The ITV compan
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Dyro appointments

Dyro appointments

DENNIS HOPTON has been appointed branch manager at Cardiff for Dyro Films, the joint selling organisation for Walt Disney Productions and Renown Pictures. Mr. Hopton previousl y represented Dyro at Leeds. Sydney Phipps, formerly with United Artists. has been engaged as salesman
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29

KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29

December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Paramount deal with Edmond O'Brien

Paramount deal with Edmond O'Brien

PARAMOUNT has concluded an agrtvment with Edmoni O'Brit:n and his newly formed 'tiger Productions for the actor to produce, direct and star in Soft Touch. - adaption of .1 short novel by John McDonald which appeared in Cfmniopolitan magazine. Under the terms of a contract O'Brie
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE FIERCEST HEART

THE FIERCEST HEART

Starring STUART WHITMAN • JULIET PROWSE • KEN SCOTT • RAYMOND MASSEY • GERALDINE FITZGERALD and introducing RAFER JOHNSON COLOUR BY DE LUXE Drama of the Boers'trek into the African interior
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England