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  • Another couple of spots for The House That Dripped Blood (1970):

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    Lew Hooper on the left (the previously-sighted Roy Beck behind him) on the set of Jon Pertwee's latest vampire flick. Jon's just had a hissy fit with Richard Coe, Bernard Hopkins and Jonathan Lynn and stomps off to find Joanna Lumley as IMDb claims she's in this scene, but she's not. However, Jon might find Fred Machon because he is.
    Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 1 December 2019, 06:15 PM.

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    • Warn that Man (1943)

      Waiter - Louis Matto
      Radio Operator - Anthony Dawson

      Waterfront (1950)

      Theatre Patron - Molly Lumley, Bill Raymond
      Dance Hall Patron - Frank Howard (A)
      Bystander - Arthur Sandifer
      Sailor in Pub - Paddy Hayes

      A Town Like Alice (1956)

      Evacuee - Norman Morris, Jack Dearlove, Arthur Dibbs, Ernest Blyth, Richard Gregory, Richard Duke
      Malaysian Truck Driver - Ah Chong Choy
      Australian POW - Bob Head, John Lynn, Eric Henderson
      British Officer - Garard Green
      Japanese Soldier - Arnold Lee
      Driver on Alice Springs - David Williams
      Alice Springs Airport Patron - Vic Hagan, Martin Voss

      Many thanks to Dave Wright for alerting me previously to the identity of Ah Chong Choy, he appears mostly uncredited in films (and TV) that call for west asian casting.
      Last edited by philly; 1 December 2019, 08:56 PM.

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      • Some more of those anonymously involved in The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958):

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        At the medical council (held in Dracula's library!), second right appears to be Bill Rooney who's sitting opposite the previously-sighted Jack Heatherington. Francis Matthews ponders, Charles Lloyd Pack chairs, John Welsh manipulates and Arnold Diamond propounds

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        Peter Cushing's "Doctor Victor Stein" is invaded by the large presence of Margery Gresley and the fluttering Anna Walmsley as manservant John Tatum has not been able to hold them back

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        Those goggling at Eunice Gayson - and who wouldn't - appears to include Anthony Lang on the left.

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        • Some of the patients under the "care" of Peter Cushing:

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          At the back, speaking to male nurse Gordon Needham, but not smiling for once, is Jimmy Charters.

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          • Playing Games That Lovers Play in 1971:

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            A tourist at Heatherden Hall appears to be John Tatum on the left

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            The waiter Arthur within is Pat Judge, ready to serve Diane Hart, Nan Munro and Charles Cullum.

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            • HANNAY is back at Sal Alford's music hall in "The Confidence Man" (tx: 07.03.1989):

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              And so is Cy Town, still propping up the bar.

              IMdb has got the cast list for this episode and the preceding one, "That Rough Music", well jumbled up.

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              • The Quiller Memorandum (1966)

                German Driver - Keith Peacock
                German Henchman in Car - John Morris
                Singing Voice on Radio - Matt Monro
                Restaurant Patron - John Morris (again), Esme Smythe

                Assault (1970)

                Policeman - Harry Tierney
                Press at Inquest - Terry Sartain, Ron Watkins, Jim Beasley
                Coroner's Court Spectator - Aidan Harrington, Lee Fenton, Josie Grant
                Onlooker - Maurice Bush
                Policeman - Colin McKenzie

                Made (1972)

                Telecommunications Worker - Arnold Schulkes
                Train Passenger - Sonnie Willis
                Passerby - Eric Kent
                Football Supporter/Hooligan - Charlie Gray, Reg Turner, Tony O'Leary, Bob Ramsey, John Doye, Joe Bartlett, Harry Fielder, James Hamilton, Laurie Rose, Mo Dunster, Eden Fox, Pat Judge
                Onlooker - Bill Burns, Del Watson, Vi Delmar, Iris Fry
                Hospital Visitor - Hubert Hill
                Danny, a Police Constable - Danny Lyons
                Worker - Harold Coyne, Harry Phipps
                Charlie, Police Driver - Alan Stuart
                Policeman - Jack Carter

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                • Pretty sure this is GUY STANDEVEN , playing a copper in RETURN OF THE SAINT

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                  • It certainly is. He’s not credited but I believe he has a line ( what is it?) as someone posted that picture before and now it’s on the IMDB.

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                    • Originally posted by MarcusHeslop(Stonfan) View Post
                      It certainly is. He’s not credited but I believe he has a line ( what is it?) as someone posted that picture before and now it’s on the IMDB.
                      It's from "The Diplomat's Daughter". I believe I put up a similar image of Guy in it a few years ago.

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                      • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
                        Playing Games That Lovers Play in 1971:

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                        A tourist at Heatherden Hall appears to be John Tatum on the left

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                        The waiter Arthur within is Pat Judge, ready to serve Diane Hart, Nan Munro and Charles Cullum.
                        Blimey Gerald, you must have eyes like a hawk!
                        Nit sure how you can tell who it is at that distance. For my money the figure looks a bit small for grumpy John. Ian Selby perhaps?

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                        • I think this film has been covered before, but here are a few extra faces of extras in addition to The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960):

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                          Many of the sightings come from the frequent visits the film makes to the London-based but distinctly Parisian Sphinx Club. Here, Christopher Lee has words with Dawn Addams, but they both agree it's Richard Nellor on the right

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                          Dawn and just about all of Christopher disappear before they can see Pat Halpin and Norman Fisher too

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                          Norman remains in shot here as well as Joan Tyrell is pleased to see Paul (Hyde) Massie get involved with Joy Webster, but I draw your attention to Robert Gregory bottom right. An uncredited Oliver Reed scowls dangerously on the left.

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                            Paul and Joy enjoy their dance (at least to begin with) and extra waiters are needed in the shape of Frank Howard and Cyril Kent. Looks like J. Trevor Davis having a delightful time on the right

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                            Hyde makes a dramatic exit after dealing with Ollie (who's sober, but thuggish) and among those looking on are Ernest Blythe, Jack Armstrong, James Ure, Billy Wilmot and I think Arthur Hall. Way at the back, I think I can just see Ernest Fennemore and Philip Stewart

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                            To let his hair down, Hyde goes for a relaxing ringside seat as Joe and Doug Robinson bash hell of out each other. At the back, Jim Morris (at the end of the film to be seen as a policeman) and Hyma Beckley enjoy the bout.



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                              Later, Hyde is about drowning a drunk with his beer. The tavern barman just visible on the right I think is Harry Phipps

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                              To make Hyde even more vicious than the script originally portrayed, producer Michael Carreras added a scene and it's poor bewigged Paddy Ryan as a down-and-out tramp who gets down and out and tramped upon

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                              It takes a while for the dim constabulary to realise they're dealing with a madman. P.C. John Timberlake, Detective Inspector Francis de Wolff and Detective Constable Donald Tandy work their way through bemusement to horror.

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                                More bumbling bobbies who unwittingly do a bit of a Keystone Kops routine when "Jekyll tries to kill Hyde". Number 1 is John Howard and number 4 is George Curtis

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                                There's an inquest which coroner Percy Cartwright and Francis get all wrong. Cyril Kent is back with Ian Selby opposite him. In the foreground is Arthur Goodman and in the background is Arthur Sandifer. Fourth-billed David Kossoff gets a pretty nothing role in his three scenes in the film

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                                When we head out for the (un)dramatic final scene, Andy Alston gets a quick appearance to show off his impressive sideburns, which are rather more convincing than the beard with make-up man Roy Ashton stuck onto Jekyll's face.

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