You're a TV Star, Charlie Brown

In the history of comic strips, 'Peanuts' is among the most popular and influential. Running in newspapers in 75 countries and with a readership of over 300 million, it is arguably America's biggest export. But when it was animated for TV in 1965, CBS were reluctant to bring it to our screens.

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Bryan Pringle

Bryan Pringle's craggy, down-to-earth looks made him a perfect character actor.

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The Last of the Mohicans

Filmed in the Scottish Highlands, this elaborate British TV adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's novel excels in almost every department, and is a fine showcase for British television drama in the 1970s.

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Nuremberg

It is May of 1945 and Germany stands ruined and defeated after the unconditional surrender to the Allies. 24 Nazis are accused of crimes against peace, war crimes, crimes against humanity and conspiracy.

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Jesus of Nazareth (1956) Reviews

In 1956, the BBC made Television history with a series of eight programmes on the life of Christ. Placed in the children's programmes slot on Sundays, it attracted an adult audience whose appreciation placed it, as a BBC survey showed, next to the Coronation of 1953 in national appeal.

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The Silent Village (1951) Reviews

Seven tourists arrive and gather in a deserted inn. The dinner lies half-prepared in the kitchen. Cards lie on a bridge table. A tap is running aimlessly, overflowing the bath, and yet there is not a living soul in sight.

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