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  • Some nice additional faces in From Russia With Love Dave, well spotted. I'll add some of them to Imdb.

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    • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

      Just noticed it's on again today at 11.20. I'll try and copy it for you.
      Many thanks. PM me for my address (if you don't already have it)

      Steve

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      • Gerald in Behind the Mask, are Grumpy John and Reg T. really waiting fro exam results? If they are they must be the oldest medical students in recorded history..Well at least since Doctor In The House!

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        • Dave, in Russia With Love, the Edwin Fowles cap, i think the baldy on the right of the back row is UM81.

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          • Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post
            Some nice additional faces in From Russia With Love Dave, well spotted. I'll add some of them to Imdb.
            Thanks, much appreciated!

            Philly, I think you are right about UM81. Knew was a UM, but couldn't recall his number.

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            • Time for Time Lock (1957):
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              As the police arrive a the bank with an ear trumpet for a very large man, Frank Maher is among the spectators
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              When the brave and the bold are asked to volunteer their services, good old brawny Jim Brady is the first to come forward
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              Mighty Maurice Bush is not slow to offer his services either. I think the Canadian cop behind him is David Williams.

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              Jack Sharp and Chris Adcock also get stuck in, though Alf Mangan prefers just to rubberneck.




              Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 7th April 2017, 11:28 AM.

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                Further rubbernecking from Jim Morris and Eddie Boyce

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                I hope Messrs. Brady, Bush, Sharp and Adcock haven't overdone it, because here comes ambulance man Roy Everson. Mind you, I think I'd need an ambulance too if Robert Ayres was standing behind me.

                IMDb has John Paul down as "Foreman", but I think that's a misidentification of the credited Jack Cunningham, as well as the perennial Marianne Stone, but I didn't see her.

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                • Broken Journey (1947) might've been early in the career journey of this extra:
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                  But Jim Brady wastes no time in manhandling the star of the film, Phyllis Calvert

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                  Jack May is determined to get a good gawp at Phyllis, whatever her facial expression may be. Observe the horsey facial expression on the left

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                  Poor old Raymond Huntley is rather legless, so Derek Bond stands back while Louis Matto and others wait on him

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                  And Bonar Colleano may have encouraged David Tomlinson to do one of his gormless faces for MacDonald Parke (centre), but observe the horsey face in change of clothes and hat on the left.

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                  • My mind's gone blank, who's this again? I'm sure he's one of our regulars.
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                    • Originally posted by dissolute View Post
                      My mind's gone blank, who's this again? I'm sure he's one of our regulars.
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                      Sonnie Willis.

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                      • Going upon a Secret Mission in 1942:

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                        Stewart Granger looks on from his two small scenes in a kind of film he'd be starring in very few years later. Petty Officer Jack Sharp looks on with some dialogue to utter in a kind of film he'd stick at being a extra in for many years later

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                        In occupied France, apparent quisling Percy Walsh heads for German H.Q. with it looks like Jack May sending him to Coventry centre stage at Denham

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                        Hugh Williams sticks the equivalent of a "kick me" sign on the back of this German officer who appears to be Ian Selby, which is enough to make Ian tear his hair out.

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                        • #161: Many thanks Gerald!

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                          • Movie Dude and others including cornershop have already done an incredible job on The Sandwich Man (1966), so not so much to fill it out:

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                            Jack Armstrong strides along in regulation City gear past Michael Chaplin's artwork as David Lodge struggles to get a mug of tea

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                            Among those watching escapologists extraordinaire Peter Jones and Aubrey Morris at work is Alan Gibbs - the previously-sighted Anthony Snell is far right

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                            And among those watching Kangaroo Man and Polar Bear Man (Syd & Max Harrison) having a bust-up are Richard Nellor and already-spotted Norman Fisher. I never knew bowler hats were still so prevalent in 1965/66

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                            No bowler, but a grey top hat for Pat Hagan inside the confines of the London Hilton. The waiter who has turned his back on us is the already-sighted Roy Beck

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                            There's a reason for top hats, because there's an Ascot convention on in the hotel and when Fred Emney encourages that prolific punter Wilfid Hyde-White to trot off, the laughing Vernon Duke clip-clops into view. Philip Stewart has been noted earlier.


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                            • Early in the film, he's seen queuing up at a bus stop:
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                              But Dickey Luck has gone up in the world to be buying one of these wonderful machines. However, he's given the voice of Robert Rietty to chat up salesman David Buck
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                              I hope these insurance men have got good cover in place when they ignite Michael Trubshawe's person. Ernest Blythe and Richard Atherton discover careless ciggies cause charred bearskins
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                              And abandoned clients cause David to lose a sale to Bob E. Raymond
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                              Celebrations back home for Michael Bentine with Pat Judge joining in the fun with Dora Bryan and the previously-spotted Alan Chuntz. Another bus stop queuer, Peter Avella, re-appears in this scene and it looks like Dickey Luck is back as well
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                              Which also includes Lou Morgan and his toothy grin, which is no doubt useful when consuming sandwiches.

                              IMDb includes Marianne Stone and Ian Wilson in their uncredited cast list, without role attributions. There is a Marianne look and sound alike in the theatre scene, but it's not her and I certainly didn't see wee Ian at all: no look alike, no sound alike and no genuine article.
                              Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 10th April 2017, 04:55 PM.

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                              • Somebody should start a thread " I Tell You it's Ian Wilson"

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