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    Someone who can frequently be seen in these rock 'n' roll extravaganzas is the real Aidan Harrington, background left

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    Someone who frequently appears in these scenes but wearing different clothes is Ken Hutchins, right.

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    • Dear Gerald

      Just so we are talking about the same image re: Spoarrows Can't Fly I have posted below an image of the person I thought was Fred Wood as they have his looks re: ears, jaw other features



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      • Originally posted by Wood-TIMBER-Wood View Post
        Dear Gerald

        Just so we are talking about the same image re: Spoarrows Can't Fly I have posted below an image of the person I thought was Fred Wood as they have his looks re: ears, jaw other features


        Yes, that is Bob Grant.

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        • There's a tiny cast in Another Man's Poison (1951), but a brief shot of Bette Davis's screen husband:

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          I think shows him to be John Witty. Apart from an arm, his feet and the top of his head, the husband otherwise makes no appearance in the film. The hands here belong to Edna Morris.

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          • Dear Gerald
            I think you willl find both Fred Wood & Bob Grant were in this film, I have attached 2 images the first is Fred & the second the longer face and chin is Bob Grant
            Sorry if this muddies the water

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            • Originally posted by Wood-TIMBER-Wood View Post
              Dear Gerald
              I think you willl find both Fred Wood & Bob Grant were in this film, I have attached 2 images the first is Fred & the second the longer face and chin is Bob Grant
              Sorry if this muddies the water
              Thanks, but having checked the film again, they are both Bob Grant.

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              • Out of the Shadow (1962)

                Attributions - Jill Hyem is Joy Clark the girfriend of the victims neighbour John, Geoffrey Ryan is the detective (or thug, it isn't clear) tailing Mark Kingston (Terence Longdon), Anne Sharp plays Newspaper Editor Jimmy's (Harold Siddons) Secretary.

                Police Constable - Pat Meehan
                Mr Gerber - Martin Sterndale
                Student - Ron Carr

                Two Motorcycle Cops are likely the Silk brothers but i couldn't tell conclusively

                A William Ingham is credited but unattributed, i can't find anything on him, there are a few character/walk-ons with dialogue parts here and he is likely one of them

                1. Mr Kingston, Mark's brother who is the first murder victim, Movie Dude's UM158, he also turns up in a dual role as a guest at the masked ball, no mask but a large mexican style hat on his head
                2. John, Mr Kingston's neighbour, 2nd murder victim, probably more likely William as his girlfriend is credited, above.
                3. The Desk Sergeant, several dialogue scenes
                4. The College Gatekeeper, diminutive elderly actor looked familiar
                5. Thug, killed first victim and get's shot at the end, could also be William as his thug in carnate William Faulkner is credited.

                Satellite in the Sky (1956)

                Technicians - Colin McKenzie, Alan Rolfe, Mark Baker
                Reporter - Jimmy Scott, Robert Vossler, Eric Weatherall, N Matthews, Pat Ryan, Hubert Hill
                Photographer - Fred Davis
                Officer - James Ure, Ernest Blyth, Miles Silverton
                Tim, Communications - Graham Tonbridge
                Guard - Sonnie Willis
                Party Guest - Gordon Humphries, Tony Mendleson, Sheila Aza, Roy Everson, Bill Baskiville, Richard Duke
                Gerry a Party Guest - Jack Mandeville
                Pianist at Party - John Howard
                Pub Customer - Len Llewellyn, Jimmy Cains
                Waiter - Louis Matto, Rex Garner
                Office Boy - Harry Van Engel
                Radio Commentator - Louis Matto (again)

                IMDb have John Baker and Alastair Hunter, i didn't see either of them, maybe John was mistaken for his namesake Mark.
                Last edited by philly; 1st January 2019, 01:28 AM.

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                • philly, I haven't watched the film again yet, but for what it's worth I have John Baker down as "Messenger" in Satellite in the Sky.

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                  • Thanks Gerald, i did see a messenger, i probably didn't look properly as IMDb had him as Official.

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                    • Dear Philly

                      Looking at images from Sparrows Can't Sing I think this first image is of Fred Wood I have pasted a couple of images for comment

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                      • Man, he don’t take no for an answer does Wood Jnr. Tenacious to say the least.

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                        • Flight from Vienna (1956)

                          Nothing to add here except attributions, Paul Homer played the Assassin in Vienna, i am not familiar with Oscar Wegrostek or Geoffrey Wilmer but i think it is certain they played the Viennese Blackmailer Herr Kossack (it sounds like) and the German Scientist.

                          The Quatermass Xperiment (1955)

                          Mostly present and correct, i didn't see George Roderick as local Policeman (deleted scene?)

                          P.C. Evans - Frank Maher
                          Police Driver - Ken Buckle
                          Bystander - Audrey Sykes, Bill Baskiville, Colin McKenzie
                          Army Officer - Guy Standeven
                          Army Private - Colin McKenzie (again)
                          Policeman - Fred Nicholas, Fred Haggerty
                          Man at the Zoo - Tony Castleton
                          Detective - Pat Halpin


                          Burnt Evidence (1954)

                          Fireman - Stratford Johns
                          Detective - Leonard Williams
                          Police Sergeant - Charlie Bird, Frank Littlewood, Jack Carter


                          Saturday Island (1951)

                          Marine - Sam Kydd
                          Rescue Ship's Passengers - Bunny Seamen, Ian Selby, Nigel Bernard, Hubert Hill, George Oliver, John More, Harold Coyne, Paul Berardi
                          Royal Navy Officer - Frank Maher

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                          • Hennessy (1975)

                            I can confirm that it is Guy Standeven as a Home Office Committee Member and John Triplett as an Onlooker
                            Nice to see UM56 as an M.P. previously last spotted, Till Death us do Part 1969 and UM87 as an M.P. also, previous last spotting Danger Man - Colony Three in 1964! Now what are their names!!

                            Explosives Man - Pat Ryan
                            Shopkeeper - Harry Van Engel
                            Houses of Parliament Sightseer - Aidan Harrington
                            Police Forensics Man - Alan Harris
                            Man in Street - Anthony Lang
                            Home Office Committee Menber - Lee Fenton, Willy Bowman
                            Detective - Vic Chapman, Jay McGrath
                            Police Sergeant - Ron Gregory
                            Policeman - Philip Webb, Sonnie Willis, John Tatum, Bill Hibbert, Robert Vossler,
                            Houses of Parliament Staff -- Tony Mendleson, Jack Armstrong, Mike Reynall, Otto Friese
                            M.P. - Joyce Everson, John More, Gerry Judge, Buuny Seamen, Roy Everson, Bob E Raymond, Jimmy Millar, Fred Machon, George Curtis, Arthur Goodman, Esme Smythe, John Timberlake,. Bill Felton, Pat Judge, Jack Carter, Fred Stroud, Alan Cope, Pat Gorman
                            Man in the Crowd - Eden Fox, Paul Phillips, Harold Coyne, Charlie Price, Alan Bennett, Bill Felton (again)
                            Peer - Juba Kennerley, John Smart, Bob E Raymond (again), Charlie Gray
                            Peer's Wives - Mabel Etherington, Bess Rogers, Lola Morice, Mary Maxfield
                            Last edited by philly; 5th January 2019, 12:50 AM.

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                            • The penultimate episode of THE PROTECTORS, "The Insider", uses that old budget saver, an adventure set in a film studio, although the rooftop location scenes craftily depict it to be in central London (well, I suppose the titles do claim the series was made at "EMI/MGM Studios London, England" ):

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                              The studio film store librarian cruelly struck down by Stuart Wilson is poor Guy Standeven, who doesn't get a line to utter, only a groan

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                              In the waiting area for the studio hairdresser, George Holdcroft pretends to calmly read his newspaper while in fact dreading that he's going to get the same hairdo as Nyree Dawn Porter.

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                              • Two Guy Standeven pictures in one day. Thanks Philly and Gerald. Hennessy is on Youtube and here’s the scene with Guy.
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