Interviews that delve behind the scenes of Tinseltown and relive some of the greatest adventures of the silver screen
Aunt Laura's cinema, 1971
"By day, she leads an ordinary suburban life. At night, she enters the celluloid world of make-believe"
James Stewart on It's a Wonderful Life, 1973
"Creating moments in movies - this I think is the most important thing"
George Burns and Walter Matthau, 1976
Comedy greats George Burns and Walter Matthau joined Parkinson to promote Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys
George Burns on Groucho Marx, 1976
George made a quick return to the Parkinson studio and reminisced about his friend Groucho Marx
Fred Astaire, 1976
The one and only Fred Astaire diplomatically tries not to reveal his favourite dance partner
Peter Cook, 1979
Peter Cook bedazzled David Dimbleby as he chatted about his early career, annoying Dudley Moore and being the comic voice of his generation
William Shatner, 1979
William Shatner set his chat level to 'stun' as he talked about James T. Kirk and 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture'
Dudley Moore, 1980
Fresh from achieving his dream of becoming Dagenham's first international sex symbol
Jack Nicholson, 1982
In a Film '82 special, Ian Johnstone speaks to the New Jersey actor about his beginnings in Hollywood and career to date
Michael Winslow, 1984
Police Academy's 'Man of 10,000 Sound Effects' impresses viewers on Sixty Minutes
Press Conference - Orson Welles
Orson Welles takes the hot seat in this in-depth and revealing interview.
Picture Parade - Joan Crawford
Cinema news montage with guests Joan Crawford, Jeff Morrow and Mervyn Leroy.
Tuesday Documentary - The Ealing Comedies
The story of the films that were so original and funny they put Ealing on the map.
Tuesday Documentary - The Big Screen
Two of Britain's leading film directors share their experiences of the industry.
Tuesday Documentary - The Rank Charm School
Barry Norman tells the story of a famous training school for would-be stars.