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    Colin doesn't seem to have a thread of his own on this forum, so I thought I'd open one for him in the hope of uncovering some more telephonic adventures for him. In fact, a screencap similar to this was posted by Captain Waggett on Colin's thread on the old forum, but the image has been lost to the accountants at Photobucket:

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    Colin can't even wait to get dressed before he sets to work on this one. From The Third Visitor (1950).

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    "Don't call me Temp, Mannering." One of my favourite No.2s from The Prisoner. Makes drinking milk positively sinister!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
      Colin doesn't seem to have a thread of his own on this forum, so I thought I'd open one for him


      "Thank you indeed, Gerald. And Happy St. Andrew's Day!"

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      • #4
        Brilliant actor. superb in so many productions. One of my favourites was his hilarious performance in the "Steptoe & Son" episode "Live Now P.A.Y.E later"!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by wadsy View Post
          Brilliant actor. superb in so many productions. One of my favourites was his hilarious performance in the "Steptoe & Son" episode "Live Now P.A.Y.E later"!
          I always recall him in a very funny Hancock episode when they were trapped in a lift.

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          • #6
            Colin in early fine form doing his favourite thing in Helter Skelter (1949):

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            I had much joy looking back through Colin's thread on the old forum to check if this one had come up before. He plays a BBC radio producer with the marvellous name of Chadbeater Longwick.
            Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 9th October 2018, 10:00 PM.

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            • #7
              ''Chadbeater Longwick''..... I'm not likely to forget this! I wonder who the wag was who came up with it!

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                Originally posted by Shirley Brahms View Post
                ''Chadbeater Longwick''..... I'm not likely to forget this! I wonder who the wag was who came up with it!
                I suppose that beating your chad is OK as long as you do it in private and have some tissues ready :-)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Shirley Brahms View Post
                  ''Chadbeater Longwick''..... I'm not likely to forget this! I wonder who the wag was who came up with it!
                  The screenplay was by Patrick Campbell:

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                  Best known (at least to me) as a witty stuttering team captain on CALL MY BLUFF.

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