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  • While AGATHA POIROT'S POIROT compromises his professional standing to a considerable degree in "The Double Clue" as far as Countess Vera Rossakoff is concerned:

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    Clearing up the empty teacups in the railway station canteen is waitress Jill Goldston.

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    • I have recently watched Steptoe and Son TV Series in conjunction with Ray Galton and Alan Simpson's book 'Steptoe and Son', the book contains handy uncredited cast lists. The cast lists will taken from BBC paperwork (Pasb's), on a couple of rare occasions here an actor can appear who is not listed in paperwork, maybe they are a late replacement for a 'no-show'

      Steptoe and Son

      A Star is Born (1972)


      Man in Crowd in Dressing Room - Hugh Elton
      Appreciative Theatre Audience (in Harold's Head) - Lew Hooper, William Gossling, Lola Morice, Roy Lansford, , Martin Lyder, Eric Wetherell, Hyma Beckley, Juba Kennerley, these are probably from archive footage

      Porn Yesterday (1974)

      Man at Fete - Keith Ashley

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      • Trevor Preston's series Fox, features a couple of familiar faces from the episode If It's good Enough For New Orleans It's Good Enough for Clapham, shot in 1979

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        Good old Reg Thomason leads the funeral cortege and creeping in at the back Gerry Judge.
        The Fox family members are Elizabeth Spriggs, Rosemary Martin, Derrick O'Connor, Bernard Hill, Eamon Boland, Larry Lamb and Richard Weinbaum

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        • All Creatures Great and Small (1974) do have a couple of surprising extras in the wedding scene:

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          The white-haired gentleman next to Simon Ward (playing his father?) is surely John Barrie. The gentleman with moustache picture right of Anthony Hopkins is Ivor Roberts

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          A nice one of Lisa Harrow, but more verification that it's John Barrie.

          IMDb has Neil Wilson in their uncredited list as the vicar, but it's definitely not Neil.

          The film Simon and Lisa go to see by mistake is The Terror (1938) and we get to see Linden Travers, Arthur Wontner and the great Wilfrid Lawson whose local tones ring out into the cinema.

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          • Nice to see our old pal former Royal Navy man Reg Thomason in the Military Club during "The Mystery of the Spanish Chest":

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            Wiseguy Smithy (Sam Smart) leads AGATHA CHRISTIE'S POIROT through the silent room

            And in an echo of the thread on the old forum's The Name's the Same:

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            Edward Clayton, late of CROSSROADS, plays P.C. Rouse, while Edward Clayton (played by Malcolm Sinclair) is a prominent inhabitant of the Spanish Chest.

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            • Dave's already had a full disclosure of The Deadly Affair (1966), but here's a few more recently released from the top secret files, some of which I've had to lighten:

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              The tramp or dosser who disturbs Les White's dirty deeds with James Mason is Ernie Rice

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              A difficult case for Alan Viccars (Meacham) at Victoria Coach Station

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              A thoughtful performance for Simone Signoret in the company of the previously-sighted Harry Tierney and Juba Kennerley, but third row back to the left is also Bill Hibbert

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              Kenneth Haigh looks round and spots Ned Hood in the theatre bar at half time. Ned's also been sighted in the London Airport scene near the end of the film.

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              • At the film's end we also see "Zurich" Airport:

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                Mason tries incognito, but the lady passenger is Bunny Seaman, who moments later walks in the opposite direction, still in her fur coat, but in different headgear

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                Lindsay Hooper is a pillar of society in Zurich

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                And it looks like Ann Barrass is heading for the end if not the exit. It could be Lola Morice behind her too.

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                • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

                  And in an echo of the thread on the old forum's The Name's the Same:

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                  Edward Clayton, late of CROSSROADS, plays P.C. Rouse, while Edward Clayton (played by Malcolm Sinclair) is a prominent inhabitant of the Spanish Chest.
                  Blimey - it's Stan from Crossroads! Looks completely different without his beard.

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                  • Looking for Love on the Dole in 1941:

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                    Jack May prefers to prop up the local pub as Martin Walker berates the barman

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                    But keeping jolly are Clifford Evans, Dennis Wyndham, Ben Williams and Robin Burns.

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                    • "The Affair at the Victory Ball" involves AGATHA CHRISTIE'S POIROT broadcasting on the wireless:

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                      Where the engineer is Harry Van Engel and the producer is Andrew Burt

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                      It also involves a grim visit to the mortuary when where equally grim attendant is Salo Gardner.

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                      • Almost thirty years earlier, back in 1963, Harry Van Engel returns and here he is Man in the Middle:

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                        I think that's Al Waxman on the right

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                        Some of these may have come up before, so with apologies in advance if that is the case, for once, George Holdcroft looks pleased with his dance steps

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                        Philip Johns approaches Robert Mitchum to check out his limp

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                        But John Tatum and Jack Armstrong are too interested in their chat to bother with him

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                        • As a hurt Bob hobbles away, John Smart asks for directions to the sahibs':
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                          Bob's happier now Lionel Murton has supplied with him a drink. Meanwhile, Walter Henry regales all and sundry at the bar with his tales of the north west frontier

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                          France Nuyen is enjoying a dance with Jared Allen; Victor Harrington looks a bit more challenged

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                          And Nurse Pauline Chamberlain appears a bit concerned about the flattening of her toes by, I think, Roy Beck.

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                            Joining Bob now for a chinwag is his opponent at the coming court martial, Paul Maxwell. Meanwhile, it's the turn of Peter Burton to be charmed by Roy

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                            Bob has no interest in spotting Alan Viccars (Meacham) behind him

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                            But he's far cheerier with, a supplies a merry quip to, Pat Gorman, possibly because he has the bigger limp.

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                              Old buffers at the Mekra Palace U.S. Officers Club, just to the north of Borehamwood include Juba Kennerley and Pat Halpin

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                              Young buffers include Colin McKenzie in the background and Paul Beradi in the foreground. Bob's doing his patented Holding the Stomach in Mitchum Walk

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                              Lionel's joined by Martin Lyder at the bar

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                              As Bob stomps out as he realises it's his round, it's possibly Cecil Paul he's going to bump into.

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                                British malingerers being rounded up by Alister Williamson include Alan Gibbs on the left

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                                A press conference brings together Colin again, Robert Bruce, Ken Lawton, William Dexter (Peacock) and Francis Napier

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                                Other newshounds include Bill Baskiville, Basdeo Panday and Edwin Fowles.

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