NEW EXCLUSIVE RENOWN 3 DVD SET RELEASE!
Interviews with the Stars
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For the first time on DVD, Renown bring you exclusive interviews from Talking Pictures TV in a three disc DVD compilation. We share laughter and sadness with the stars including: Vera Day, George Layton, Shirley Anne Field and many more. Why did Robert Powell not want to be Jesus? What was the song that launched Liz Fraser and Sid James’s singing career? What happened while Françoise Pascal was waiting on set for Peter Sellers? How did Anneke Wills get those jeans so tight? How did Mark Lester cry on demand in Oliver? Did you know John Gregson couldn’t drive when he was in the film Genevieve? What did Sid James do the first day he arrived in England? Who did Michael Craig beat at poker behind the scenes on the set of Sea Of Sand? What was the best script George Layton ever wrote? Did you know Peter Butterworth and Sam Kydd were both P.O.Ws? And much, much more…
Disc One – 201’
TALKING PICTURES WITH LIZ FRASER – 38’
Filmed just 2 years before Liz Fraser sadly passed away, Liz discusses her career with personal anecdotes and stories. Liz even gives us a couple of lines from her duet with Sid James & much much more, including stories
from I’m All Right Jack to the Carry On films.
TALKING PICTURES WITH FRANCOISE PASCAL – 29’ Françoise Pascal appeared in There’s a Girl in My Soup and Soft Beds, Hard Battles. On TV she was the seductive French au pair in Mind Your Language.
TALKING PICTURES WITH MARK LESTER – 28’
Mark Lester is best known for his roles in Oliver! Run Wild, Run Free and Eyewitness with Susan George.
TALKING PICTURES WITH SHIRLEY ANNE FIELD – 20’
Shirley Anne Field played many roles including parts in Saturday Night & Sunday Morning and Alfie.
TALKING PICTURES WITH SALLY GEESON – 46’
Sally Geeson’s career included Bless this House, and several Carry On films.
TALKING PICTURES WITH TYLER BUTTERWORTH – 42’
Tyler celebrates the lives and careers of his parents, Peter Butterworth and Janet Brown, and shares tales of his own career from children’s TV to film & theatre.
TALKING PICTURES WITH VERONICA HURST – 12’
Veronica Hurst played memorable roles in Will Any Gentleman…?, Licensed to Kill, and The Maze. She had a successful career in both Britain and America.
Disc Two – 198’
TALKING PICTURES WITH MICHAEL CRAIG – 26’
An exclusive interview with Michael Craig, whose films &TV roles include Campbell’s Kingdom, Sea of Sand, The Professionals and Tales of the Unexpected.
TALKING PICTURES WITH ANITA HARRIS – 43’
Anita Harris discusses her love of film, & theatre. She describes working on the Carry On films and shares memories of Harry Secombe & Frankie Howerd.
TALKING PICTURES WITH ANNEKE WILLS – 45’
Best known as Polly in Dr Who, Anneke discusses her career with stories from Some People, The Pleasure Girls, The Avengers and everything in-between.
TALKING PICTURES WITH PATRICIA DAINTON – 20’
Patricia Dainton reminisces about her career in films, including Paul Temple, The Dancing Years, The House in Marsh Road and many more.
TALKING PICTURES WITH ROBERT POWELL – 55’
Robert Powell, Mr Hannay himself discusses The Italian Job, Jesus of Nazareth, The 39 Steps and, of course, Hannay and The Detectives.
TALKING PICTURES WITH RITA TUSHINGHAM – 23.42’
An interview with Rita Tushingham, who appeared in A Taste of Honey and Doctor Zhivago. Her TV appearances include Marple and In The Flesh.
Disc Three – 198’
TALKING PICTURES WITH VERA DAY – 14’
Vera Day, the glamorous blonde bombshell who appeared in Hell Drivers, Quatermass 2 and the cult classic: Woman Eater!
TALKING PICTURES WITH GEORGE LAYTON – 50’ George Layton talks about his acting and writing career – from Dr In The House to Robin’s Nest and everything in between.
TALKING PICTURES WITH REINA JAMES – 33’
Reina James, daughter of Sid James, celebrates her father’s life and career. He starred in many Carry On films, and others, as well as TV’s Bless This House.
TALKING PICTURES WITH WILLIAM RUSSELL – 22.44’
William Russell was in the cast of the early Doctor Who series plus British films including Malta Story, Above Us the Waves, and The Great Escape.
REMEMBERING SAM KYDD – 46’
Memories of Sam Kydd, who based his role in The Captive Heart on his personal experiences as a POW. Sam made at least 240 films in his lifetime.
REMEMBERING JOHN GREGSON – 50’
An exclusive film made with John Gregson’s wife and family. His films included: Gideon’s Way, Angels One Five & the TV series: Dangerous Knowledge.