Film Preview – Bognor Regis Observer – Friday, 13 November 1953

PAVILION, SELSE., WITH a few exceptions, the programme at the Pavilion. Selsey, will now change on Thursdays with a different show each Sunday. On Wednesdays there will be matinees at 2.15 p.m. Next Monday for three days the main feature is "THE PLANTER'S WIFE," starring Claudette Colbert, Jack Hawkins and Anthony Steel. The film is set in the Malayan Jungle and Hawkins portrays a stubborn, fighting planter who is determined to resist the vicious bandits. He almost sacrifices his marriage to stay and protect his property. Portraying his wife. Claudette Colbert is called on to share the terrors that face the Malayan planters. The climax of the film shows a thrilling attack on the planter's house which has been turned into a miniature fortress. "BANK HOLIDAY" is a re-issue of a British drama-comedy. starring Margaret Lockwood. Kathleen Harrison and John Lodge. For the second part of the week, the attraction is the film version of Dickens' famous "THE PICKWICK PAPERS." The list of celebrated British film stars includes James Hayter, Nigel Patrick, James Donald. Kathleen Harrison, Joyce Grenfell. Hermione Gingold, Donald Wolin, Hermione Baddeley, and Harry Fowler.

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