CTVA UK - "ATV Theatre 70" (ITV) Season (1960-61)

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UK Taped/Live Drama series

ITV Play of the Week (1955-67)  -  ITV Television Playhouse (1956-67)   -  ITV Playhouse (1967-83)
ABC Armchair Theatre (1956-68)     ATV Theatre 70 (1960) / Drama '61 -'67 (1960-67)
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(Mainly 70 min. Plays)
Season 1 (ITV) (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Times / The Viewer / BFI / ITN
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)

  ############### ATV Theatre 70 ################ 
################ season 1960-61 ################
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ITV Network Saturdays   10:30-11:40pm  /  10:00-11:10pm   (24Sep1960-11Mar61)
"Theatre 70" was so-called because plays were 70 min. long (slot)

[--] ATV Theatre 70: THE GOLD INSIDE (70 min slot)
24Sep60 Tyne-Tees, Sat 10:30-11:40pm
Produced by Quentin Lawrence
Written by Jacques Gillies
Starring:
Andre Morell
Richard Warner
Cast in Order of Appearance:
Richard Warner ......... Mr. Fordyce
Rosemary Giles ......... Miss Pringle
Max Faulkner ........... Mr. Harvill
Michael Logan .......... Mr. Sanderson
Richard Vernon ......... Mr. Pearson
Andre Morell ........... Colonel Gore-Hepburn
Edward Jewesbury ....... Police Inspector
"Each man is his own bank" man-of-the-world Colonel Gore-Hepburn,
tells Fordyce, the cold unfriendly manager of the Haversham Branch,
City and Colonial Bank - "and its the gold inside that matters".
When crisis comes and terror strikes Fordyce finds himself having
to draw heavily on his reserves.

[--] FULL CIRCLE
5Nov60 Sat

[--] ATV Theatre 70: THE NEIGHBOUR (70 min slot)
12Nov60 Tyne-Tees, Sat 10:30-11:40pm
Television by Royston Morley
Play Written by Jeanne Maxime-David
Translated by Zena B. Renton
Starring:
Zoe Caldwell .......... Lise
Derren Nesbitt ........ The Visitor
Philip Bond ........... Jean
with:
Cameron Hall, Roy Patrick, Keith Goodman
Lise, a young French medical student lives alone in a room of an
old-established house in Paris. It is August and the house is
nearly empty. But she has one neigbour - a student of the law who
lives two doors down the corridor from her room. Although she has
never seen him, she thinks of him as her guardian - until one night of terror
An ATV Production

[--] 19Nov60 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70

[--] ATV Theatre 70: THE MAN FROM BROOKLYN (70 min slot) (details in TV Times)
26Nov60 ITV network Sat 10:00-11:10pm
Produced by Geoffrey Nethercott
Written by Rosemary Anne Sisson
Starring:
William Sylvester
An ATV Production


[--] 3Dec60 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70
[--] 10Dec60 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70
[--] 17Dec60 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70
[--] 24Dec60 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70

[--] ATV Theatre 60: (title not known)(60 min.)
31Dec60, Sat 10:00 pm

[--] ATV Theatre 70: CHANCE WITNESS (70 min slot)
21Jan61, Sat 10:00 pm ITV network
Produced by John Nelson Burton
Written by John Whitney and Geoffrey Bellman
Starring:
Margaret Tyzack ........ Valerie Marsden
Harry H. Corbett ....... Harry Marsden
John Merivale .......... Lawrence Ryder
with:
Fulton McKay ........... Bernard Webber
Richard Dare ........... Sergeant Swain
While out posting a letter one rainy night Valerie Marsden
is witness to an accident, the details of which she reports
to the police. The facts are simple, and it seems just another
routine case until later on - when the situation becomes rather
more complicated.
ATV Network Production

[--] 28Jan61 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70

[--] ATV Theatre 70: SURRENDER VALUE (70 min.slot)
4Feb61, Sat 10:00 pm
Produced by Phil Brown
Written by Geoffrey Bellman and John Whitney
Designed by Anthony Waller
Starring
Maxine Audley .......... Lindsey Elliot
William Lucas .......... Leonard Penrose
Annabel Maule .......... Joan Penrose
with:
Vi Stevens ............. Mrs. Davies
Georgina Ward .......... Edith
Tristram Jellinek ...... Bently
Helen Jessop ........... Barbara
Harold Scott ........... Mr. Heathcote
Edith Savile ........... Mrs. Lambert
Jerry Lee Yen .......... Waiter
On his birthday, Leonard Penrose goes to his office not knowing
his wife faces a crisis in his absence. When he attempts "business
as usual", he walks inton an unexpected trap - a trap involving a woman from his past.
(Maxine Audley is currently appearing in "Settled Out Of Court" at the Strand Theatre)

[--] 11Feb61 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70

[--] ATV Theatre 70: ANSWERED PRAYERS (70 min.)
18Feb61, Sat 10:00 pm

[--] 25Feb61 - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70


[--] ATV Theatre 70: THE INTRUDER (70 min.)
4Mar61, Sat 10:00 pm
Produced by Wilfred Eades
Written by Gyles Adams
Adapted by Richard Mount
designed by Henry Graveney
Starring
Lyndon Brook
Dudy Nimmo
Diana Fairfax
Christine Finn
Harry H. Corbett
(full details in TV Times)

[--] 11Mar61 Sat - no details - possibly ATV Theatre 70


############### ATV Theatre 70 ################
############### end of season ################
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