Here’s a couple of episode of Saturday Night at the Movies, LWT’s attempt to launch a competitor to Barry Norman’s film show.
This week, as with The Media Show a few days ago, Tony Slattery (klaxon) is on location in New York.
He’s there to interview Willem Dafoe, who lives in New York.
The programme has info pages. Very 80s.
Tony also does film reviews of:
There’s a look at Lee Strasberg’s Theatre Institute, and the idea of Method acting.
In the next episode, the last in the series, there’s an interview with Danny DeVito on the release of The War of the Roses.
Jo Whiley looks at the job of the casting director. One noted casting director is Jane Jenkins.
There’s an interview with Rob Lowe about Bad Influence and his recent scandals.
I’m surprised that the show actually uses a short clip from the sex video – seems like it would be unacceptable for broadcast TV in 1989.
After this episode, recording stops, and underneath there’s quite a bit of a German detective show called Derrick.
Then, an ITN news bulletin has an opinion poll putting Labour 20 points ahead of the Conservatives, mostly due to the unpopularity of the poll tax. Even so, it would be eight years before Labour would finally win a general election.
Other news is that Israel could be on the verge of historic peace talks with the Palestinians. I wonder how that worked out?
After this, the tape continues with American College Football, during which the tape ends.
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