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  • Corridors of Blood (1958)

    Attributions - Anthea Holloway is the sick child's mother, Charmain Eyre is the Maid, Mavis Ranson is a hospital patient.

    Barman/Patient Restrainer - Bob Bryan
    Man in Bar - Alf Casha
    Barmaid - Lola Morice
    Kitchen Maid - Hilda Green
    Doctor in the Audience - John Ketteringham, Pat Halpin, Norman Fisher, Tony Spear, Arthur Skinner, John Chappell, Charles Wood, Fred Stroud, John Payne, Aidan Harrington, Norman Morris, Arnold Schulkes, Ken Hutchins
    Doctor's Assistant - Guy Standeven
    Passerby - Jimmy Cains
    Sick Amputee - Bob Head
    Hospital Patient - Jim Brady, Alf Casha (again)
    Seven Dials Pub Patron - Ted Carroll, Dido Plumb, Ursula Granville
    Nurse - Pat Lewis
    Policeman - Len Llewellyn, John Tatum, Frank Maher, John Adderley, Colin McKenzie, Jack Silk, George Curtis, Aidan Harrington (again)

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    • Some lowlife in Rupert Davies' Parisian smoky gambling den:

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      Leslie Bryant considering the odds

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      Ernest C. Jennings polluting the air

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      Derek Deadman in the middle after refreshment

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      And amazingly, no blunder, it's Bella Emberg.

      None of them actually encounter "A Terribly Strange Bed", one of ORSON WELLES GREAT MYSTERIES. That joy is reserved for Edward Albert.

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      • Inhabitants in or nearby West 11 (1963):

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        Outside the outfitters' shop where Alfred Lynch (briefly) works, outsize Graham Tonbridge is heading along from the left

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        The "xxl size raincoat" customer Alfie is ignoring is Norman Mitchell

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        It's more difficult to ignore a stroppy waitress in the adjacent Wimpy when Alfie is joined by chancer Eric Portman. Looks like George Holdcroft has settled for a tea and a bun.

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          Alf and Eric discuss the merits of fried onions and tomato ketchup while Ned Lynch tucks in regardless. More of Ned anon

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          Our chaps move to a pub where poor Dido Plumb finds that Eric has filched his matches

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          Kathleen Breck filches the thunder of all at this party, including a tipsy Gerald Paris centre right background

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          At Hotel Eden, receptionist June Barry announces that the elderly gentleman in the background is sadly not Juba Kennerley or Alan Cope.

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            Craftily lingering in the shadows so we can't stare at his high-rise rug, Peter Reynolds is unaware Maxwell Craig is in the limelight in the background

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            Alfie's looking at his shooting card marked by arcade attendant Peter Thomas

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            Attending another pub and having Mr. Lynch shoot a look at him is Christopher Sandford.

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              We now come to the extra-filled Britain First speech cum riot scenes with Richard Gregory admiring The Leader, Brian Wilde

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              A reverse angle discloses at least Peter Avella, Anthony Lang, Ted Carroll, Cyril Kent and Guy Standeven in the crowd and Joe Phelps, Dan Cressy and George Curtis in the police. Any more?

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              As Alfie sneaks round the back, Jimmy Cains in the middle can't resist a glance at the camera

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              The trio of coppers outside the café are Ernest Fennemore, Johnny Wyne and John Wilder.

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                On the blower ready to put in his takeaway order is Joe Wadham

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                Takeaway orders inside the café are handled by Bob Lane

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                Back outside, things are beginning to turn a bit ugly when it's announced the chips are finished. Andy Alston in the flat cap on the right.

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                • Anthony McKay
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                  I recognise this Soho-perton set from 'The Small World of Sammy Lee' - hardly re-dressed at all.

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                Fight, fight, fight. In the foreground, Chris Adcock is arrested by Bill Baskiville

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                And there seem to be quite a few amused faces in this melee: Michael Dempsey in the centre of it and Walter Henry in hat moving in from the right

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                There's another scuffle later on when David Hemmings has a go at old Finlay Currie and Alf has to step in. Here making sure they step away is Stan, played by Larry Dann.

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                  An energetic evening at Studio '51 will work off the steam and Lou Morgan and his big grin join in

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                  More intense is Ken Hutchins on the right

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                  Finally minus mac, Alfred has a set-to with Kathleen, with Ernie Rice stuck in the middle. Ernie is also at the "Britain First" Party rally.

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                  • In the 13th picture is that Pat Halpin behind Anthony Lang? Where is Guy Standeven in that photo?

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                      Alfie has a nasty job to do in Dorset, but nearly misses the bus being boarded by Joby Blanshard and Ivor Salter, with Corfe Castle in the distance

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                      The cheery conductor is Victor Platt

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                      Job kind of done, Alfie almost misses the train home with the cheering football fans, including Len Llewellyn in the foreground.

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                      • Originally posted by MarcusHeslop(Stonfan) View Post
                        In the 13th picture is that Pat Halpin behind Anthony Lang? Where is Guy Standeven in that photo?
                        Marcus, I think he is right at the back almost dead centre of the picture. You can see his widows peak hair and prominent ears.

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                          Austin Cooper just in front of Alfie here, with Ken Lawton between them

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                          On the train is Robert Lang and the seated chap is James Culliford, Alfie's real life partner

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                          Alfie's giving Jimmy a sour look here, but maybe because he's been bumped by George Hilsdon

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                          Finally, three very sour faces here from the law, represented by Clifford Earl and further appearances of Ned Lynch and Joe Phelps.

                          Alfie plays the character of Joe Beckett in the film, but sadly I couldn't see any sign of the extra with that name.

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                          • Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post

                            Marcus, I think he is right at the back almost dead centre of the picture. You can see his widows peak hair and prominent ears.
                            Yes, that's him. Guy can also be seen in the Andy Alston picture, almost dead centre. He has his pipe.

                            Marcus, I thought it might be Pat Halpin too, but as he moved forward, I wasn't so sure. I have seen Pat wearing a similar hat.

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                            • I see him now. Cheers gentlemen.

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