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  • #76
    Originally posted by Stonfan View Post

    No, I'm just bizarrely obsessed with his eclectic career! Therefore I collect as much information as possible on him. One day I shall write his life story in an award winning biography that will adapted into an equally award winning film staring Gary Oldman.
    Good luck with that!

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    • #77
      I’ve already had Scorsese showing an interest!

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      • #78
        In 1980 Guy was a Prison Chaplain in McVicar. Uncredited, no lines but oozing saintliness as only the consummate professional that he was could.

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        • #79
          In 1971 Guy gave a beautiful performance as a hotel porter in The Persuaders episode The Good, the Bad and the Deadly.

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          • #80
            I thank a Fool (from 1962) I think was mentioned on the old site but here's Guy anyway as a barrister. Here he is with Tony Mendleson and John Wilder but also in this scene is Paul Beradi, Lola Morice, Ernest Blythe, Jack Armstrong and John Adams.

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            • #81
              Guy in the Prisoner ( Chimes of Big Ben) from 1967. Now this one looks debatable but I know that hairline better than my own. He was in at least three other episodes of the Prisoner that year so...
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              Role attribution? Bloke on swivel camera? I'm sure they have a official name.

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              • #82
                On a different note its great to see my suspected Guy in Lolita appearance has made it to IMDB.

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                • #83
                  A Pair of Briefs (1962) was mentioned on the old site but with no photos. Guy was listed as a passerby but I only spotted him in this courtroom scene. Is he a spectator or a stenographer? Its hard to tell.

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                  • #84
                    I would suggest he's a court clerk.

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                    • #85
                      In 1995 Guy was a hospital visitor in (thankfully) the last ever episode of the painfully unfunny sitcom Health and Efficiency ( Finders Keepers, Series 2, Episode 6)

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                      • #86
                        This is definitely Guy in 1976's The Omen as some sort of military type at Damian's memorable birthday party.

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                        • #87
                          Here's another old picture from the old site so I take no claim for it. Guy in the TV series Man of the World: Specialist for the Kill (1962) as some sort of military type.
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