PAVILION, SELSEY. “WELCOME STRANGER" which is presented on Monday is the story of two doctors (Crosby and Fitzgerald) who have series of petty disagreements when Crosby is sent to a small New England community to relieve Fitzgerald. Crosby saves Fitzgerald’s life by performing an emergency operation and they become friends, working together for construction of a much needed hospital. Love interest is supplied by Joan Caulfield, who acts as an emergency nurse during the operation. Hospital finally is built, despite many obstacles and Fitzgerald's life-long dream is realized. "HUE AND CRY" which is showing on Thursday is an experiment in British film making in that, although well known stars like Alastair Sim and Jack Warner head the cast, the main cast is composed of over 300 London youngsters; some professional, some facing film cameras for the first time.