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  • Then onto the boxing match in which it's Kid Berg v. Griffith Jones (and apparently a lot of actors would have liked to thump Griffith):

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    Not banging the rounds' gong but refereeing is Billy Wells as himself

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    Himself fast asleep is George Spence, but with moustache in the front row is surely Ernie Rice on the left . . . .

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    . . . and then again clean-shaven as one of Kid's seconds. Did this mark Ernie's career change after his last fight in 1930 from ring to kinema?

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    • The Truth About Women (1957)

      Attributions
      Bryan Coleman plays the Hotel Manager
      Philip Leaver is the Slave Market Auctioneer
      Janice and Jennifer Blake are the Tavistock Twins
      Yvette Hosler is a Tavistock Daughter

      Johnny Wyne appears stood in front of an American Flag but behind Lisa Gastoni in a seemingly deleted scene in the trailor.

      Butler - Ernest Butcher
      Local at Slave Market - Homi Bode, Frank Howard (A), Alf Casha
      The Sultan's Men - Barry Johns
      Guest at Ball - Alicia Armstrong, Joy Adams, Bob E Raymond, N Matthews, Jimmy Lodge
      House Guest - Roy Everson
      Hospital Patient - Fred Nicholas, Bob Head
      Lift Attendant - Anthony Sagar
      People in Court - Ernest Blyth, Miles Silverton, Dan Darnelli, John Timberlake, Eddie Boyce, Paul Berardi, Eddie Dillon
      Juror - Vic Hagan, John Adams
      Reporter - Fred Machon
      Clerk of the Court - Frederick Kelsey
      Court Usher - Len Llewellyn

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      • Till Death us do Part (1969)

        The credited Madge Brindley, Leslie Noyes and Brenda Kempner can all be glimpsed in the VJ day celebrations, i suspect a deleted scene with these, has hit the cutting room floor.

        Dan Darnelli can be seen as a Wedding Guest in the Trailer, the shot of him does not appear in the finished film.

        A production still of the football crowd shows that Danny Lyons plays a German Supporter, unfortunately Danny seems to have avoided the camera gaze in the finished film.

        Pub Patron - Edith Raye
        Rescue Worker - Victor Croxford
        VJ Day Celebrants - Dave Griffiths, Bob E Raymond, Pat Halpin, Louise Nolan
        Wedding Guest - Edith Raye (again), Bess Rogers, Ron Watkins, Stuart Myers
        England Football Supporter - George Curtis
        Last edited by philly; 13th March 2019, 11:13 PM.

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        • Originally posted by philly View Post

          Rentadick (1972)

          Scientist - Jay McGrath, Ron Watkins
          Japanese Spy - Arnold Lee
          Removal Man - Joe Bartlett
          Fireman - Reg Thomason
          From the top secret file lodged in Donald Sinden's safe, Major Upton's security firm has released the further sightings:

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          Ishaq Bux calling in for prayers at Michael Bentine's airfield. Later, Ishaq also provides the departure announcements

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          Derek Griffiths has an altercation with a milkman, who looks suspiciously like Aidan Harrington

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          Not to be outdone, James Booth in brown bowler and Richard Briers in white fur coat have an altercation with ice cream man Tonibell, aka Bill Burns.

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          • Never Let me Go (1952)

            Delegates - Andy Ho, Tony Castleton, Eric Wetherell, Ivan Santon, Ernest Blyth
            People Outside Theatre - Aza Caralova, Roy Everson, Joyce Everson, Anthony Lang
            Russian Guard - Jim Brady
            Dignitary Theatre Backstage - Miles Silverton, Fletcher Lightfoot
            Russian Officers Backstage - Victor Harrington, Dan Darnelli
            Russian Officer at Toasting - Barry Johns, Manny Michael
            NKVD Officers - Jack Carter, Eddie Boyce
            Kuragin's Aide - Otto Friese
            Russian Guard - John Wilder
            Man at Stockholm Yacht Club - Ian Selby, Frank Maher
            Russian Agent - Jack Armstrong
            Red Army Colonel - Robert Moore
            Russian Guard Outside Theatre - Philip Johns
            Russian Officers Outside Theatre - Emil Stemmler, Richard Duke
            Russian Officers in Theatre Audience - Norman Fisher, Richard Nellor, George Oliver, Ray Schock, Charles Hammond, Laurence Archer, George Hilsdon, Robert Vossler, Anthony Lang (again), Roy Everson (again), Miles Silverton (again), Jack Armstrong (again), Bill Baskiville, Eric Henderson, Hubert Hill, Jack Hetherington, J Neil More, Arthur Howell, Norman Johns
            Invited Guest at Theatre - Pearl Walters
            Russian Driver - Russell Westwood
            Last edited by philly; 15th March 2019, 02:31 PM.

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            • Even back in 1934, Girls will be Boys:

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              Here Edward Chapman is looking for one or the other in Paris at Theatre Lafayette and just about hidden behind the showgirls is stagehand Wallace Bosco

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              Dolly Haas pretends to be a boy but doesn't appreciate the blue jokes loved by her grandfather's pals H. F. Maltby and Alfred Wellesley

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              When Dolly decides to show her true colours, the line of shocked servants includes Robert Brooks Turner.

              IMDb lists the boy Robert Rietty in the uncredited cast, but I didn't see him far less hear him.

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                Fred Wood as a Sleeper in the Doss-House as Edward Woodward Walks through
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                • Conduct Unbecoming (1975) is characters unsighted as I can only find one possible:

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                  Looks like Jack Armstrong on the left as an officer visiting one of Trevor Howard's regimental balls, which were no doubt magnificent.

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                  • Batten down the hatches as it's Stormy Weather (1935):

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                    But we never go to sea, but instead go to see George Spence as a denizen of a Limehouse opium house where the most they all seem to smoke are cigarettes

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                    The most General Retailers board member Gordon Begg is going to get from Tom Walls is the order of the boot.

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                    • Let's try to avoid spotting "The Wrong-Un" in NEW SCOTLAND YARD:

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                      As library duty con Kenneth Oxtoby heads off, there's Ricky Lansing heading off too to the right

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                      Director Paul Annett gives us a good look at Keith Ashley, which is an odd choice as a few scenes later, Keith's quite prominent again playing a forensics officer

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                      Stuart Henry and Alun Armstrong give a wide berth to Richard Lawrence

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                      And in the central section of the top berth, the grey-haired inmates are Lawrence Archer and Lew Hooper.

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                      • A Nice Girl Like Me in 1969 is Barbara Ferris's Candida and the nice people she meets in her travels include:

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                        Vernon Duke and Fabia Drake at her Venetian pensione

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                        Fabia and Phil Parkes on a packed Italian train

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                        Steady steward Alan Gibbs on a very rocky Channel ferry.

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                        • Customs Officer Tom Gill asks Barbara if she has anything to declare:

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                          Well, apart from a bun in the oven and another one in the rucksack, only Terry Sartain background centre

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                          She's in the clear as the head of Victor Harrington enters the green channel

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                          At St. Pancras, she arrives with her Italian bundle as Paul Phillips crosses the path of Eden Fox and Ann Barrass heads off to the right

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                          Barbara literally bumps into Fabia again as Iris Fry scuttles by on the left.

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                            There's a tussle during the bustle when Hilda Green edges past on the left . . .

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                            . . . rapidly followed by George Holdcroft

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                            Barbara owns up to Harry Andrews about the souvenirs she's brought back from Venice, which don't include Jack Arrow in the background

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                            Thinking it's time she found a father for her growing family, Barbara gets cold feet when she observes John Smart and the other candidates. I have several possible names for the gent on the right, but I don't know which he is.

                            The IMDb cast list for the film varies greatly with the onscreen cast list and includes names of actors not in the film (possibly in cut scenes).

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                            • Gerald, the daddy candidate in the middle (also UM207) is also a Club Member in The Avengers Series 6 episode 'Fog' and should be one of Freddy Sommers/Summers, Peter Rigby or H Kempson.

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                              • Not playing the title role in Captain Bill (1935):

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                                But George Spence is instead a slightly effete crewman who's locked up in the yacht's galley with D. J. Williams, Toni Bruce, Georgie Harris and others. O. B. Clarence on the right is shocked that George has dialogue to deliver!

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