bulldog-drummondTalking Pictures TV, which over the last year has developed into by far the most interesting independent film channel, has thus far relied mainly on British cinema for its programming. American films have been few and mostly undistinguished, to say the least. But from early November the channel is scheduling a number of titles from the Samuel Goldwyn library, beginning with The Real Glory (1939) and The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938), both starring Gary Cooper. More impressively, the selection will include a Ronald Colman season.