Peter Noble film gossip, Joe Henderson singalong and John Fitzgerald's movie review.
Film Fanfare No. 17 - sections 1 and 2.
London. June 7th 1956
Overture by Muir Mathieson and the Studio Orchestra.
Paul Carpenter introduces Peter Noble with 'Film Gossip'. He talks of Jean Simmons about to star in 'The Whole Truth' with her husband Stewart Granger and Janette Scott in 'The Good Companions'. He mentions screen biopic 'The Buster Keaton Story' with Donald O'Connor. He talks of "lovely farmhouse" Marilyn Monroe will stay in when she comes to England to make 'The Sleeping Prince' (later retitled 'The Prince and the Showgirl') this summer. Peter shows us his invitation to the premiere of the Diana Dors film 'Yield to the Night'. He then talks of 'The Woman and the Hunter' made at Kenyan Studios in Africa. Kenneth More starring in 'The Admirable Crichton'. Ava Gardener and David Niven in 'The Little Hut'. Richard Attenborough, Ian Carmichael and Terry Thomas in 'Brothers in Law'.
Joe Henderson plays a selection of movie music - a group of people have a singsong around his piano - 'Moonlight Bay' - 'By the Light of the Silvery Moon' - 'Cuddle Up a Little Closer'. (I think one of the women could be Betty Driver - SL.)
Paul Carpenter looks at a moviola and hands us over to John Fitzgerald for his film reviews. Fitzgerald tells us about the latest releases - 'Guilty' starring John Justin - 'Wicked As They Come' starring Arlene Dahl - 'It's Never Too Late' with Phyllis Calvert.
Continued in section 3 - see separate record.