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    Hi can anyone identify the lady with the arrow pointing to her .
    and the man with the red arrow pointing to him - difficult for the man as we only see the side / back of him. The pic is from 1977

    antony steel also in pic
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    Here is a possible candidate from "Quatermass"(1979), in a scene with John Mills and Larry Noble. I don't know his name, and the picture is the wrong side of his face... I'll get the DVD out and look for another image if you think it might be right.Click image for larger version

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    • #3
      The lady looks like Alicia St. Leger, aka Alicia Armstrong, the wife of long-serving extra Jack Armstrong. Maybe it's Jack bending down in the second picture.

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      • #4
        Stoneageman , thanks for that - its hard to tell . If you have the time to review the DVD that would be great - no rush

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        • #5
          Gerald Lovell , many thanks for your help - it’s the best image I could get .

          I’ll have a look at some pics of Alicia and compare them .

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            Click image for larger version

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ID:	70166 I've re-watched the episode of Quatermass(1979), and although this white-haired actor appears (without dialogue) in quite a few shots, none of them feature the right side of his face for a better comparison to your shot. His hair is quite full and worn in a similar length at the back, 1979 style, and when standing he looks quite tall.

            Gerald Lovell, I went to Aveleyman's site, but couldn't find a picture of Jack Arnold. Is the chap in my picture Mr Arnold?
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            Last edited by StoneAgeMan; 17th April 2019, 04:06 PM.

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            • #7
              Stoneageman , thanks for taking the time to review the episode/scenes - hopefully he’ll be identified at some point.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by StoneAgeMan View Post
                Click image for larger version  Name:	11960001_951338938256356_2965162450650195858_n.jpg Views:	25 Size:	109.5 KB ID:	70166 I've re-watched the episode of Quatermass(1979), and although this white-haired actor appears (without dialogue) in quite a few shots, none of them feature the right side of his face for a better comparison to your shot. His hair is quite full and worn in a similar length at the back, 1979 style, and when standing he looks quite tall.

                Gerald Lovell, I went to Aveleyman's site, but couldn't find a picture of Jack Arnold. Is the chap in my picture Mr Arnold?
                I think you mean Jack Armstrong, but I'm afraid that's not him in the picture. This is Jack Armstrong from around the time QUATERMASS was made:
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                And this is Alicia St.Leger/Armstrong:
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                Images pinched from Moviedude and Aveleyman.

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                • StoneAgeMan
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                  Oops, silly me! I read Gerald Lovell's comment - which clearly says Jack Armstrong - and then went looking for Jack Arnold. What am I like!? Thanks for taking the time and posting the images to help clear that up.

              • #9
                The arrowed chap at left looks a bit like Desmond Llewellyn.

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                • #10
                  Okay, so Jack Armstrong looked like this in The Eagle Has Landed in 1976. Click image for larger version

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