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The Name's the Same

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  • The Name's the Same

    Reviving a thread created by cornershop on the old forum:

    Stand by for action, this is 1963's The Marked One

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    But it's also William Lucas playing . . .

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    . . . Don Mason, who in turn played, or rather voiced . . .


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ID:	51440 . . . Troy Tempest of STINGRAY fame.

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    • wadsy
      wadsy commented
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      In "Cat People" 1943 staid & bland Kent Smith played a staid & bland character called .....................Oliver Reed!

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    Oliver Reed briefly appeared, as a camp actor, in last week's re-viewing of The League of Gentlemen. And I saw William Lucas (first new subject) only a few hours ago in Judi Bowker's last Black Beauty episode. One of William's earliest screen roles was 'David Graham' in the Sci-Fi series The Strange World of Planet X, sharing his name with the actor David Graham (of Thunderbirds fame).

    Happy Easter, Gerald. I know you will enjoy this one:



    American actor James Burke as Sheriff John Tatum, no less, in Wanted: Dead or Alive - The Bounty (1958).

    Legendary 'background artist' John Tatum:



    Espionage - Covenant with Death (1963)

    Credit (and Happy Easter) to Movie Dude

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      Thank you, cornershop, and a belated happy Easter to you. A great find with James Burke even doing the patented John Tatum frown!

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        Not looking exactly delighted:
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        When he discovers in Checkpoint (1956), Anthony Steel is playing "Bill Fraser":

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