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[FEATURE FILM]
The Cool Mikado (12 March 1963) 90 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
This version of Gilbert and Sullivan's famous Comic Opera, The Mikado, was directed by Michael Winner and is like no other you've seen before. Updated for the 'Swinging Sixties', The Cool Mikado is ninety minutes of rip-roaring entertainment with an explosion of memorable song and dance numbers.

Stubby Kaye, Frankie Howerd, Mike and Bernie Winters, Tommy Cooper, Lionel Blair and his dancers, Pete Murray, Tsai Chin, Dennis Price, Glen Mason, Kevin Scott, Jaqueline Jones, Kenji Takaki, Yvonne Shima, Dermot Walsh, Jill Mai Meredith and a full chorus and supporting artists.

Directed by Michael Winner

Musical Numbers:

We Are Gentlemen Of Japan
A Wandering Minstrel
Three Little Maids From School
The Sun Whose Rays
The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring
Tit Willow
The Lord High Executioner
A More Humane Mikado
Were You Not To Koko Plighted
Here's A How De Do
For He's Gone And Married Yum Yum



[COMEDY]
Behave Yourself (17th April 1962) 29 Minutes B&W Screener Tape: Available
An amusing guide on how to act in public. Based on Emily Post's Book of Manners. It is the dos and don'ts of how to behave presented by Dennis Price and including a cast of well-known character actors. Directed by Michael Winner.



[COMEDY]
How to Live with a Neurotic Dog (7th June 1967) 26 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
Adapted from a book by Stephen Baker, it is a hilarious film about the expectations a dog has of his master. A satirical piece which proves that a dog's best friend is man.



[COMEDY]
Playing the Game (8th September 1967) 26 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: --
From a book by Stephen Baker, Stubby Kaye gives his advice on how to play golf. He excels himself in this hysterical film proving he is a master of controlled comedy.



[MUSIC AND DANCE]
Money Sings (9th July 1963) 28 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: --
A lively pop musical with a variety of talent and music.



[MUSIC AND DANCE]
Swinging UK (15th July 1964) 30 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
of the sixties. The 'Top of the Pop Artistes' appearing are: The Animals, The Applejacks, Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, The Cockneys, The Four Pennies, The Hollies, Lulu and the Luvvers, The Merseybeats, Millie (My boy Lollypop), The Magil Five, The Swinging Blue Jeans, The Tornadoes, and The Wackers. With DJs. Alan Freeman, Ken Walton and Brian Matthews.



[MUSIC AND DANCE]
UK Swings Again (28th July 1964) 30 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
Filmed at Shepperton Studios in London this nostalgic film brings back the round of the sixties. The 'Top of the Pop Artistes' appearing are: The Animals, The Applejacks, Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, The Cockneys, The Four Pennies, The Hollies, Lulu and the Luvvers, The Merseybeats, Millie (My boy Lollypop), The Magil Five, The Swinging Blue Jeans, The Tornadoes, and The Wackers. With DJs. Alan Freeman, Ken Walton and Brian Matthews.



[MUSIC AND DANCE]
The Mood Man (15th April 1965) 27 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
A short film of Britain's greatest bandleader Joe Loss and his orchestra.



[MUSIC AND DANCE]
Reels within Reels (16th October 1964) 22 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: --
A 'documentary musical' about the story of sound with Patsy Ann Noble, her instrumentalists and singers.



[WILDLIFE]
Reserved For Animals (31st October 1974) 28 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
Terry Wogan takes a trip to the Safari Park at Woburn Abbey, the Duke of Bedford's home and looks at a variety of the animals there, their lifestyle and the way in which the Park looks after them in this environment.



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