Kaleidoscope Publishing

Missing Believed Wiped... in the Heart of the Midlands
Saturday 5th April 2014
2.00p.m. to 7.30p.m.
The Talbot Hotel, Stourbridge

Session 1

2.00pm The Native Hue of Resolution
The Native Hue of Resolution
104 mins, directed by Rory Clark. A Farcical Films/Kaleidoscope production for the British Film Institute
followed by questions from the floor with Dick Fiddy and Chris Perry.

Session 2

4.30pm Native Discoveries
Pan's People
Footage found, and recovered, as part of making The Native Hue of Resolution. Exact line-up to be confirmed but including 45 minutes of Pan's People performances not seen since their original transmission; the American 1967 untransmitted pilot for Steptoe and Son (not to be confused with Stanford and Son); Double Your Money from 1955; all the colour-recovered footage from Steptoe and Son “A Winter’s Tale”; Crossroads from 1974 and a plethora of clips from missing shows including Disco 2, Old Grey Whistle Test, Dixon of Dock Green, Sacha, Stewpot, The Kenny Everett Explosion and Opportunity Knocks.

The line-up will also include Small Time The Musical Box (1963) believed lost by Peter Firmin, but held by the BFI National Archive, and an ATV closedown from 1981, from the Bob Monkhouse collection.

7.30pm Closedown

Tickets: 20 to pay for afternoon tea and expenses. Places are limited to 100 seats.

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