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  • #16
    Originally posted by cully View Post
    Incidentally, have we now lost all the posts on the former Britmovie site??
    Unless you asked for them to be saved, then yes

    Steve

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    • #17
      Originally posted by cully View Post
      I have updated her CV at the IMDB.

      Incidentally, have we now lost all the posts on the former Britmovie site??
      Cully, there are 15 pages of the Pauline Chamberlain thread archived up to 1-1-17.


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      • #19
        Originally posted by Stonfan View Post
        The women in the lobby must be Pauline. She looks identical to the 100's of photos I've seen of her. I can't see where the doubt comes from, sorry.
        Neither can I Stonefan, without a doubt that is definitely our Pauline..

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        • #20
          Well done, Shirl and Weary, that's a relief. A lot of work by lots of people went into those pages!

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          • #21
            You're right there Tigon Man. By the way I'm Stonfan not Stonefan. He was my potty mouthed brother. You won't get any foul language or arguments from me ( wink, wink)

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            • #22
              I'm sure this is Pauline in the 1964 film The Counterfeit Constable/Allez France.She's wearing a big grey hat and yellow jacket.Don't see her listed in the credits for this film on imdb.

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              • #23
                Originally posted by Michael View Post
                Don't see her listed in the credits for this film on imdb
                Well you know what to do then, don't you?
                Anyone can add credits to the IMDb. You can also add uncredited appearances with proof

                Steve

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                • #24
                  A great film for the Forum to get it's teeth into:

                  Production was March 1964

                  I've Spotted:

                  Extensive use of the Sheperton backlot.
                  Damaris Hayman in the group of wedding guest
                  Kevin Stoney hiding in the back of the robber's security van

                  I'm sure there must be others - someone familiar with French actors looks to have added French uncredited actors.
                  Last edited by Anthony McKay; 26th March 2017, 02:45 AM.

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                  • #25
                    Possibly George Holdcroft and Unknown Male 70 in the top row of first pic, too.

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                    • #26
                      I've now submitted both Pauline and Damaris Hayman to Imdb for this movie.
                      All the roles were listed on Imdb for this movie are in French, so in the spirit of entente cordiale, I've put their respective entries in French as well.

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                      • #27
                        Both entries accepted by Imdb.

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                        • #28
                          Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post
                          Both entries accepted by Imdb.
                          Accepted as a submission or added to the listing?

                          Steve

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                          • #29
                            Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post
                            Both entries accepted by Imdb.
                            Well done, Tigon Man, clearly I'm now redundant!

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                            • #30
                              Originally posted by cully View Post

                              Well done, Tigon Man, clearly I'm now redundant!


                              Never!




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