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  • The Man Who Finally Died (1963)
    Shows Fred Wood In the cemetery again .. https://youtu.be/2dOXBh88Xho

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    • Nice sightings, Tigon Man.

      Wood-TIMBER-Wood, I did watch The Man Who Finally Died, but for what it's worth, I didn't think that was Fred with Nigel Green and Larry Taylor:

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      I believe most of the location scenes were filmed in Germany.

      Investigating The Rossiter Case (1951), however, a visit to the local village pub:

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      Yielded a cheerful Arthur Dibbs in a darts match with Sheila Burrell and Stanley Baker, 11 years later, the star of The Man Who Finally Died.

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      • Make Mine a Million (1958)

        Arthur Askey mentions the show had Eric Frobisher and his Concert Orchestra performing, i don't if that was the uncredited orchestra in the film.

        Theatre Audience - Johnny Wyne, Austin Cooper, Vic Hagan
        TV Executive - Ernest Blyth, Frank Henderson, Norman Claridge
        Performer in Make-Up - Victor Wood
        TV Studio Receptionist - Harry Brunning
        Launderette Customer - Diana Chesney, Ann Jay, Bess Rogers
        TV Crew - Jimmy Lodge, Bob Bryan, John Timberlake
        Race Patron - Fred Machon, Vic Hagan (again), Ray Schock, Gordon Humphries, Vic Chapman
        Crowd in Edinburgh - Norman Fisher
        Policeman - Joe Powell, Ted Bushell, Jack Carter, Dickey Luck, Hubert Hill, Paddy Smith
        Pat, a Thug - Ted Bushell (again)
        Cameraman - Richard Gregory
        Stagehand - Chris Adcock, Manny Michael
        Parkinson, a Butler - Humphrey Heathcote
        Police Sergeant - Raymond Hodge

        Orders to Kill (1958)

        British Soldier - Colin McKenzie, Pat Meehan
        Cafe Patron - Billy Wilmot

        The Feminine Touch (1956)

        Trainee Nurse - Geraldine Addison

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        • It "Works with Chess, Not with Life" suggests PUBLIC EYE in 1966, and he's right as the movement of the background artistes in this pub scene makes it difficult/impossible to get a good shot of them:

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          But I believe the gentleman on the left downing drinks as Valerie Bell and Alfred Burke scoff their nosh is Tommy Little

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          And the girl in the booth is Ann Barrass.

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          • Nowhere to Go (1958)

            The newspaper photo of Michael Bishop, I think may be A. D. Michael Birkett
            Christopher Hunter was a child actor and probably appears in the store scene, I didn't see him.

            Prison Officer - Eddie Boyce
            Ice Hockey Patron - Edith Raye, Edwin Fowles, Eddie Boyce (again), Francis Baker, Pat Lewis, Dan Lester, Tony Castleton, Dickey Luck, Billy John, Pauline Chamberlain, Rita Tobin, Pat Meehan Arthur Sandifer, Jim Morris, Jack Carter, Frank Howard (A), George Holdcroft, Mary Maxfield, Aidan Harrington, Pearl Walters
            Miss Rogers, Dodds and Dodds Secretary - Geraldine Addison
            Dodds and Dodds Assistant - Clive Marshall
            Passerby - Fred Nicholas, John More, Esme Smyth, Muriel Greenslade
            Store Customer - Renee Heimer, Pat Symons, Jimmy Cains, Frank Littlewood
            Little Boy in Pet Shop, - Mark Mileham
            Detective - Michael Collins
            Waiter - Michael Corcoran
            Larry Hunter, Bridget's Friend - Derek Waring
            Police Driver - Joe Wadham

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            • Not really a sighting as here he gets a screen credit:

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              But there was a bit of a doubt over Alex Hood's identity two or three years ago until he was eventually ID'd by the "process of elimination" method. Anyway, here he is facing the wrath of Alf Garnett, with Else and Min in tow, in the first episode of TILL DEATH . . . . , shown on 17th May 1981. Alex says a couple of lines delivered in a strong Glaswegian accent and so of course Alf calls him "an ignorant Scottish git".

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              • I Only Arsked! (1958)

                Marie Devereaux, Claire Gordon, Maureen Moore and Pauline Chamberlain were all uncredited
                John McClaren as Olding and Max Brimmel as Tuffnel are both credited
                Attribution, Jack Taylor is an Arab Rebel

                Officer - Guy Mills
                Arab - Norman Fisher, Arthur Hall, Earl Green, Paul Berardi
                Arab in Bar - Dido Plumb, George Spence, Alf Casha, John Lynn
                Arab Waiter - Marcel De Villiers
                Arab Guard - Ernie Rice
                Harem Girl - Pamela Chamberlain
                Arab Rebel - Harold Sanderson

                The Camp on Blood Island (1957)

                NCO Prisoner - Anthony Lang
                Prisoner - John Tatum, Cyril Kent, Robin Burns, Alf Casha, Jack Dearlove, Jack Armstrong, Charles Rayford
                Woman Prisoner - Aza Caralova, Ursula Granville, Pat Lewis, Aileen Lewis
                Japanese Soldier - Arnold Lee, Jack 'Kid' Berg
                Japanese Soldier in Gun Tower - Paddy Hayes
                Relief Soldier - Ted Carroll

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                • Those around in Circle of Deception (1960):

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                  As Suzy Parker and Harry Andrews have a face off, the faces in the background watching a parade appear to include Ernest Blythe and John More

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                  Suzy heads for Tangier and it looks like Harry Phipps is shadowing her

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                  The shadows form over Duncan Lamont as Fred Haggerty arrives to search his station office and George Mikell asks awkward questions

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                  Meanwhile, those calm Brits (including John Matthews in the middle) content themselves listening to a boring lecture from Charles Lloyd Pack and can't be bothered to ask him any questions, awkward or otherwise.

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                  • The CinemaScope lenses by Bausch & Lomb can't quite get Bradford Dillman and John Dearth in one shot:

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                    But at least they've managed Tony Castleton

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                    Brad is so delighted to see Suzy, he goes off and marries her in real life. Frank Maher is crestfallen

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                    When Mr. and Mrs. Dillman to be go out for non-rationed dinner, Emil Stemmler is serving the drinks

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                    But it looks like time is up for Brad when he catches the beady eye of Gestapo man Eddie Boyce.

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                      Brad decides to chance peaktime travel with an off-peak ticket not noticed by Bob E. Raymond. Bob, Michael Ripper and other Frenchmen in this film are all dubbed by the same person. Robert Rietty does some additional voices, including that of André Charisse

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                      It's occupied France we're in and Chris Adcock is one of the German soldiers doing the occupying

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                      I believe the blurry German soldier in the middle occupying his time by attempting to toss the caber is Harry Van Engel.



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                        Soldier Jeff Silk hears an unexpected sound . . .

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                        . . . and Arthur Howell finds Brad doesn't like it up 'im

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                        We come back to Suzy when she returns to Tangier with Joseph Tregonino now on shadow duty.

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                        • The three uncredited cast members on IMDb without attributed roles:

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                          John Serret as an unfortunate French pharmacist

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                          Theodore Wilhelm as a suspicious German officer at the railway station

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                          Frank Forsyth as Harold, who's snookered when he plays with Harry Andrews, but at least gets to say "Yes", which is a word more than John and Theo get to utter.

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                          • One of ORSON WELLES GREAT MYSTERIES (sic) is in fact Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Leather Funnel" and awarding full marks for atmospheric design:

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                            Three judges: Anthony Lang, the credited (and speaking) Andre Van Gyseghem and Stenson Falcke.

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                            • Revenge (1971) is sour, as no screencaps possible, but to add to the IMDb uncredited list:

                              Onlooker at Funeral: Terence Conoley
                              Pub Patrons: John Timberlake, Harold Coyne, Lew Hooper, Jack Sharp, George Curtis
                              Shop Customer: Rodney Cardiff.

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                              • During "The Come Back", the forensics team from NEW SCOTLAND YARD have more than one grisly murder to investigate:

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                                Between John Woodvine and Robert Hartley, the officer carrying out some of the investigating is Richard Lawrence. Looking the worse for wear in the foreground is poor old Geoffrey Morris.

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