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  • Yep that's definitely Guy, nice spot Marcus.
    The late Bill Stewart sitting opened mouthed in the last pic as well.

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    • One of his last screen appearances here. Found by Return of the Jedi's Ken (Kenneth ) Coombs as a barrister in 1998's The Wench is Dead an episode of Inspector Morse. It has been put on IMDB. The chap I have mistaken for late period Guy (6th person along on the Jury (or is it the public gallery) is also present.

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      • 41 years after he appeared in The Man who knew too Much (1956) as part of the Albert Hall climax he appeared in The Man who knew too Little (1997) as a dinner guest.
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        • My book on Guy Standeven is available from Amazon!

          Who's that Guy? The Sometimes 'Knightmare' Life of an Unknown Actor in which many of you (and this very website) are thanked within the pages for its very existence.

          https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

          Enjoy and leave a review, please.

          Marcus

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          • Thanks to my son and future film-maker for doing this advert for my book which also acts as a fitting tribute to Guy.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqjqy1XLIHI

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            • It is a fitting tribute, well done Marcus. I've left a comment on You Tube.

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              • Thanks Paul, much appreciated as ever.

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                • I believe Guy is in this film, see https://www.britmovie.co.uk/forum/li...1986#post97691.

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                  • I’ve watched this pretty darn good movie and failed to spot him. He may not have made the final cut of course.

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                    • Talking Pictures channel, 02.00 on Friday 12th Feb, "The Legend of the Witches"(1970), narrated by Guy Standeven

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                      • Those rich dulcet tones bring to life dialogue such as this...

                        In the beginning was the moon, Diana. Sad, silent, alone she wandered. The waves her sighs and tears of solitude. She searched everywhere for a companion but only found reflections of herself. Lonely, Diana desired a lover. That desire became the dawn and from the dawn came the sun, Lucifer, the God of light

                        Of course, as I've mentioned many, many, many times it was I that discovered he narrated this documentary. Discovered whilst researching his life.

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