The rest of the cast of Just for the Record
, including the uncredited Miss Paris (but who was Miss Perth?).
This is Clifford Cox as an Attendant at the Public Records Office. The reason for the unusual size for this
image is that I cropped a headless Olivia Hamnett out of the picture, which you'll probably crop again!:
I also have his appearance in Ghost Squad
, which was a similar role, as a Security Man. Further good
news: he's on the forthcoming Man at the Top
DVD as a Pub Landlord. Obviously a 'Bit-Part Actor' *
I noticed in your Fiona Curzon profile that she was in an obscure film called Love is a Splendid Illusion
Where did you get that? She didn't have much to do here, just display her charms to judge Michael Beint:
Ditto Katya Wyeth. I look forward to reposting this at her neglected thread after I've finished here:
She's brunette here but I saw her as a blonde not long ago in The Sweeney
, wearing a helmet!
Lastly, Jan Rossini, who plays Miss Moscow. There were no problems doing the capture, or finding out
who she was, but I had to locate her appearance in an episode of Steptoe and Son
to see if it could
give me any clues to her nationality (filing purposes). Despite her name, I think she sounds English!
She played 'Bank Manager' Norman Bird's secretary in that and only spoke two words - "Certainly, sir"
From Men of Property (1970):
Norman:" Ah, Miss Merry. Deposit this will you?" - Jan: "Certainly, sir";
Albert Steptoe: "Cor, she's got a big overdraft hasn't she?"
That settles it then - a thread for 'Bit Part Actors
We Wish We'd Seen More Of' beckons, headed by Keith James