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  • Excellent Gerald!
    Looks like there was a large call there, I need to have a look. Pat Judge I'd say, George Mansfield with George Curtis, Martin Voss in front of Colin McKenzie and Tex Fuller far left in the Len Saunders shot.

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    • Thank you, philly. Another item to add:

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      Someone has put Benjamin Whitrow down on IMDb as another client of Joan's, but he looks more like Keith Smith to me.

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      • Not sure if Every Home Should Have One in 1970, but here are some uncredited options:

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        The choir in Dinsdale Landen's church includes Leslie Bryant and Paul Phillips

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        Ned Hood and Eden Fox too. Paul, Eden and Ned miraculously can be seen in the congregation in the next shot

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        Marty Feldman can't believe his eyes when he sees David Seaforth in blue coming down the restaurant steps while Shelley Berman gives us his take on the Gospel according to St. Spin

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        Alan Viccars (Meacham) is in overall waiter duty.

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          Clapperboy Robin Scott sets the scene for a frozen porridge advertisement

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          Shelley and Marty don't look too enthusiastic about it and neither does Robert Gillespie

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          There's a wild party at Marty's while his missus is away. IMDb says John Bindon is cut out of the film, but that's him second right and the small gent is the background looks like Willie Shearer

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          Back with wife Judy Cornwell at, gulp, a beauty parade, Marty receives further advice from Shelley and the boozers at the back receive their champers from Andrew Andreas.

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            A self-congratulatory board meeting at Chandler's advertising company features Jack Carter second left as well as Shelley, Jack Watson, Marty, Moray Watson and Mark Elwes

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            Clap hands, here comes BBC TV floor manager Roy Evans

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            The audience for CONFRONTATION includes George Ballantine in the middle

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            And the bowlers include Ian Selby second right front row. Also I see Ron Gregory on the back second back row and Alan Harris in the row in front of Ron.

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              Marty gatecrashes the studio in convenient archbishop garb. Doorman Will Stampe isn't very convinced

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              More audience members on the right include Jack Arrow and Terence Conoley. Jack is also at the earlier beauty parade

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              It all ends up in court with Michael Bates on the bench. IMDb claims it's Christopher Godwin as his clerk, but it's Graham Armitage

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              Judy maybe feels embarrassed with that hat on. Tony Mendleson behind her keeps well clear of it.

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              • More episodes of The Third Man

                Three Dancing Turtles (1959)
                Spanish Villager - Rex Garner, Herbert Nelson, Manny Michael
                Docker - Ernie Rice
                Policeman - Bob E Raymond

                High Finance (1959)
                Assistant - Jean Driant

                One Kind Word (1959)
                Hospital Porter - Bill Raymond

                Death in Small Instalments (1960)
                Murder Victim - Van Boolen

                The Unexpected Mr Lime (1963)
                Lopez - Frank Howard (S)

                Portrait of Harry (1963)
                Cafe Patron - Jim Tyson
                Policeman - Bill Rooney

                A Little Knowledge (1964)
                Henchman - Harold Sanderson

                The House of Bon Bons (1965)
                Assistants - Keith Faulkner, Oliver MacGreevey, Gertan Klauber
                Party Guest - Mike Jarvis, Angela Kay

                Members Only (1965)
                Mexican Policeman - Emil Stemmler

                ...

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                • ...More Fifties

                  The Battle of the V-1 (1958)
                  German Soldier - Jack Cooper
                  German Scientist - James Ure, Harry Drew, Eric Henderson, Frank Littlewood, Leonard Morris
                  SS Officer - Martin Lyder, Carl Conway
                  German Officer - Bob Bryan, Johnny Wyne, Bill Maxam
                  Beitish War Office Secretary - George Holdcroft

                  Across the Bridge (1957)
                  IMDB have Charles Richardson as a Train Conductor, i didn't see him, maybe deleted scene, the only character to fit that attribution is Leslie Davenport

                  Detective - N Matthews
                  Train Passenger (and at the Station) - George Mansfield, Dennis Carnell, Richard Duke, John Timberlake, Muriel Greenslade, Pat Halpin, Lee Fenton, John Payne, Fred Machon
                  Train Conductor - Leslie Davenport
                  Mexican Policeman - Peter Allenby, Louis Matto, Bob E Raymond
                  Secretary - Renee Heimer
                  Press Photographer - Jack Dearlove
                  Reporter - Jack Mandeville
                  Cafe Patron - Paddy/Sean Brannigan

                  SOS Pacific (1959)

                  Receptionist - Henry De Bray
                  H Bomb Observer - Leslie Davenport


                  Thanks to Scott Palmer who told me Paddy Brannigan and FAA founder Sean Brannigan are the same person.
                  Last edited by philly; 4th December 2018, 04:49 PM.

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                  • Dirty Dozen 1967

                    Watching the above film I throught I might have spotted Fred Wood (as the 1st German Officer who stands by the Guard house of the Chateau) based mainly on the build and particular stance. As these images are poor would love to know if anyone has viewed a Blu Ray version.

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                    • Some more fifties films

                      Whirlpool (1959)

                      Bar Landlord - Otto Diamant
                      Barmaid - Carmen Blanck
                      Bar Patron - Peter Taylor, Theodore Willhelm, Vic Hagan, Jack Dearlove, Endre Muller, Bob Lane
                      Waiter - Arthur Sandifer
                      German Policeman - George Mikell
                      Onlooker - Ernie Rice
                      Cafe Cleaning Staff - Bob E Raymond, Michael Ritterman
                      Van Delivery Men - Ernie Rice (again), Jan Conrad, Ernst Walder


                      The Golden Disc (1958)

                      Teen in Audience - Clive Marshall, Keith Faulkner
                      Audience Members - Bunny Seamen, Guy Standeven

                      Night Train for Inverness (1959)

                      Barman - Philip Johns
                      Bar Patron - Peter Evans, Anthony Lang
                      Police Constable - John Tatum, Eric Weatherall, Jeff Silk
                      Train Passenger - Reg Thomason
                      Detective - Fred Davis

                      An Honourable Murder (1959)

                      Office Worker - S.M. Wood, Jack Armstrong, Alicia Armstrong
                      Waiter - Jimmy Millar, Gordon Humphries
                      Restaurant Patron - Aileen Lewis, Fred Machon, Paul Berardi, Philip Stewart
                      Shareholder - Jack Dearlove, Mabel Etherington, Ned Hood, Fred Davis, Jack Hetherington, Robert Vossler, Arthur Dibbs, Robert Gregory, Victor Harrington, Pat Hagan, Norman Fisher, John Howard, Richard Nellor, Muriel Greenslade, Reginald Hearne, John Smart, John Wilder, John Scott, Tony Mendelson, Robert Bruce

                      Tiger Bay - On Location

                      A short documentary film behind the scenes of 'Tiger Bay', not listed at IMDb
                      including - John Mills, Horst Bucholz, Hayley Mills, George Selway, Lee J Thompson

                      Tiger Bay (1959)

                      Bill Raymond is listed at Movie Dude playing a man in the Police line-up he also plays a Pub Patron

                      Ambulance Man - Ned Lynch
                      Pub Patron - Bill Rooney
                      Welsh Farmer - Michael Forrest
                      Man in Police Line-Up - N Matthews, Roy Everson
                      Detective - Jack Dearlove

                      Campbell's Kingdom (1957)

                      IMDb have Miles Malleson in this, i didn't spot him

                      Worker - Lindsay Hooper, Chris Adcock, Ernest Fennemore, Charlie Price, Jack Armstrong, Edwin Fowles, Manny Michael, Dickey Luck, Bob Head, Ernie Rice, Hubert Hill, Richard Gregory

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                      • More often than not, it's a "Trial" to wade through episodes of THE PROTECTORS, but this one is a bit better than usual and has a few sightings to present as evidence:

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                        Courtroom scenes are often ripe for spotting our friends and here prosecuting counsel John Ringham does his best to nail the accused as Aidan Harrington and Alan Viccars (alias Meacham) look on and junior counsel John Smart looks up from his half-moons

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                        Here are the accused, long-haired tearaways to be sure, the credited Paul Kelly on the left with Les Conrad policing them from behind

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                        Mum and Dad Gwen Cherrell and Joss Ackland are worried for their darling boy, who seems to have Terry Sartain growing out of his hair.


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                          A titter runs round the court, and they all stand up to try and find it, including Jay McGrath, Jim Delaney and Alan Harris in the foreground . . .

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                          . . . Joss seems unfazed by it all - you start to wonder if he's doing a Richard Burton Medusa Touch thing - but at least we get to see it's Jack Dearlove as counsel for the defence and Harry Tierney who was sitting behind Terry

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                          Judge Richard Hurndall has just been told he's got several more scenes in this episode still to do. Poor Walter Henry looks on helplessly

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                          At least Jack Arrow tries to aid the judge, but those wing collars are a devil to unfasten.

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                            No, Joss's plans are much more mundane (it is THE PROTECTORS after all) and part of those plans is renting a shabby room from shabby Bill Westley

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                            Energetic walks along freezing cold streets also seem to be a vital part of his schemes, especially if he can overtake Gerald Paris, so much so that we get to see the same sequence twice.

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                            • It's Once Upon a Dream (1948) but in which reality strikes at the Bankruptcy Court:

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                              Poor feckless Googie Withers faces being stripped of her assets by Registrar David Horne. She's accompanied by Betty Lynne and the clerk foreground appears to be Geoffrey Morris. Ready to heavily pounce on Googie's negligee is barrister Raymond Lovell, but next to him is Frederick Kelsey and taking everything down in the background is Pat Ryan

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                              And yes, there's another titter running round this court too and the fancy of barrister Arthur Dibbs second left has been tickled

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                              Although dodging the law, Googie can't dodge the vicar's wife (Mona Washbourne) at the local flower show. Guy Middleton is Mr. Googie, while the chubby attendee on the left is Jimmy Charters and rushing by is John Wilder. When we get to the tent for the best rose awards, blooming Frederick Kelsey can be spotted again.
                              Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 9th December 2018, 04:35 PM.

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                              • Gerald, in Once Upon a Dream first cap, i think it's Donald MacCollum sat behind Frederick also Arthur Hall is the gentleman standing up.

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