Television: 1970s

1979: Mayflower – The Pilgrims’ Adventure 

Jenny: Priscilla Mullins

Director: George Shaefer   

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1979: BBC Playhouse

First broadcast: on BBC Two

School Play: with Jenny as Miss P Jackson 

Director: James Cellan Jones

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1979: Film 79

First broadcast:  on BBC One London

Presented by Barry Norman

Sweet William: novelist Beryl Bainbridge explains how she turned her successful book into a screenplay, with comment also from the film’s stars Jenny and Sam Waterston.

1978: Call My Bluff

First broadcast:  on BBC Two England

A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Tim Rice, Jenny and Patrick Campbell, Nigel Dempster, Sinead Cusack. Referee Robert Robinson

1977: Film 77

First broadcast:  on BBC One

Barry Norman talks to Jenny, Cliff Robertson, Flora Robson, Simon Ward and director Michael Anderson talk about Dominique, a new film now being made at Shepperton Studios. 

1977: The Six Million Dollar Man Series

Deadly Countdown with Jenny as Dr Leah Russell

Director: Cliff Bole

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1977: The Man in the Iron Mask

Jenny: Louise de la Valliere

Director: Mike Newell

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1976: Film 76

Barry Norman interviews Jenny, Donald Sutherland and Michael Caine on location in Berkshire for The Eagle has Landed – this World War II story directed by John Sturges 

 

1975: A Legacy

First broadcast:  on BBC Two

Jenny: Melanie Merz

Director: Derek Martinus

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1975: Shadows Series

The Waiting Room: with Jenny as Sue

Director: Stan Woodward

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1974: Thriller Series

Kiss Me and Die: Jenny as Dominie Lanceford  

Director: John Sichel

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1972: A War of Children

Jenny: Maureen Tomelty  

Director: George Shaefer

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1972: Movie Quiz

First broadcast:  on BBC One London

Chairman Robin Ray presides over the game in which Michael Parkinson helped this week by Jenny and Hildegard Neil  challenges Sylvia Syms with Tom Courtenay, Michael Jayston

1972: Shelley

First broadcast:  on BBC Two

A biography by John Elliot, with Jenny as Mary Shelley

Director: Alan Bridges

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1971: The Snow Goose        
Golden Globe: Best Movie made for TV (1971)

First broadcast:  on BBC Two

Jenny: Fritha – Emmy Best Supporting Actress

Director: Patrick Garland

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1971: Film Night

First broadcast:  on BBC Two England

Introduced by Sheridan Morley – young actresses, Jenny and Marlene Jobert, talk about their careers

Philip Jenkinson with your vintage film requests.

1971: BBC Play of the Month

First broadcast:  on BBC One

The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov with Jenny as Anya.

Director: Cedric Messina

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1971:  BBC Play of the Month

First broadcast:  on BBC One

The Wild Duck  by Henrik Ibsen with Jenny as Hedvig Ekdal

Director: Alan Bridges  

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1971: Call My Bluff

First broadcast:  on BBC Two

A duel of words and wit between Jenny, Frank Muir, William Franklyn and Patrick Campbell, Dawn Addams, Richard Vernon
Referee Robert Robinson.

1970: The Great Inimitable Mr Dickens

First broadcast: on BBC Two

Jenny: Young Maria Beadnell, Mary Hogarth and Ellen Ternan

Director: Ned Sherrin

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