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    Gabby asks arch-eyebrowed P.C. Zippy, aka Roy Skelton

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    The chase is on through Billingsgate, with Dickey Luck and Norman Mitchell slipping on the cod. The Arthur Mullard lookalike behind Dickey is a red herring

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    Lloyds have serious matters to consider through their bowlers and spluttering here is Norman Shelley

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    And doodling here on the right is John Dunbar

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    The rest of the bored board includes John Horsley, a yawning John Tatum, Jack Hetherington, John Kidd and Peter Evans. Thank God Dan Darnelli is there to save the day and serve tea.

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    • On the final lap of the task:

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      Denholm and Tracy Reed uses an ambulance with a bribed Trevor Peacock to get back to base

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      While Lee has the company en route of rozzers John H. Watson and Anthony Dawes

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      Meanwhile, Lionel is caught grabbing an import by imported airport worker Gertan Klauber

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      John Cam is there to see Lionel hoofing it, his kilt tails skirling

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      When he plans his dramatic escape, Lionel has to enlist the assistance of former wartime chum Harry Perkis (Graham Stark) and pilot Dan Meaden.

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      • The bowler hats catch up with our military mates:

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        And they're worn by Richard Caldicot joined by the promised re-appearances of Sonnie Willis and Colin McKenzie

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        Fred Stroud has arrived to enjoy the fun

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        And Jack Silk has done likewise. Jeff Silk is hovering around too outside High Canons.


        Quite a batch of background artists in this one, who no doubt got lots of blasts from this device from this man during the filming:

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        • Sighted in 'Performance' (filmed in 1968)



          Was this ever "done" at the old Forum? It hasn't turned up in search results. Looking through my screencaps, from 2014, I identified three more faces. Hein Viljeon (left) was already known to me at the time but not so much Terry Duggan, who to my absolute amazement is the office worker James Fox roughs up in one scene:





          If his glasses hadn't been knocked off, I wouldn't have recognised Terry (Anna Karen's husband):




          The blonde next to Johnny Shannon, Anthony Valentine and Leon Eagles is Sadie Slade:



          Her best shot (certainly not theirs):


          Last edited by cornershop15; 24th April 2017, 02:23 PM.

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          • Sighted in 'Performance' - Part 2

            Unknown Male 66, right, with Allan Cuthbertson:




            Jack Armstrong calling the uncredited Anthony Roye:



            Leon Eagles, Edmond Bennett and Andreas Lysandrou are among the names missing from the BFI and IMDb's cast. Am I the only one who knows? If someone possesses a cast list, perhaps they can confirm that the dirty old men watching a blue movie include John Smart, Tony O'Leary, Bert Vivian, Paul Phillips, Paul Beradi and Unknown Male 17.

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            • Heading for a RENDEZVOUS is "Robert Louis Stevenson's Markheim", a 1959 TV episode featuring Charles (and thankfully not Charlie) Drake:

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              At the Mardi Gras, Kay Callard and Mr. Drake are trying not to be distracted by the usual theatrical gestures of Emil Stemmler pouring out the champers

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              Ferdy Mayne looks on aghast as Charles tries to prise a carrot from the buck teeth of a giant rabbit not called Harvey but Russell Waters. Victor Harrington just sails by unconcerned, no doubt topped up with the bubbly from Emil

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              Wallace Bosco is happy just to sit this all out

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              While Martin Lyder plays with balloons . . .and so does Kay

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              Is that Charles Drake or Anthony Dawson or The Stranger at the bar? It sure ain't Charles Gray as Markheim as most cast lists disclose - he's nowhere to be seen in the episode. However, a cheerful chubby-faced Aileen Lewis can be seen.




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              • The Lady Craved Excitement is a very early Hammer from 1950, staring Hy Hazell as the eponymous lady who craves and finds excitement trying to hunt down an escaped lunatic. Much of the film is her performing nightclub acts in front of the most apathetic looking audience one could imagine. Among the audience:


                Ernest Blyth behind Andrew Keir, starting a long career of playing Hammer cranks. Here he plays a looney obsessed with painting a historically accurate rendition of Anne Boleyn's execution - his dotty performance is the best thing in this little film.


                And Richard Nellor, apparently in wonderment at Sid Jame's amazing Italian accent.


                Louis Matto
                gets to diversify his CV by playing a barman instead of a waiter. He gets a bit more to do than usual, rolling his eyes at Michael Medwin's drunken antics, etc.


                I'm fairly sure the police sergeant being harangued here by Medwin is Robert James.

                Not very good, but has its merits. The dialogue is actually pretty clever (even self-referential - Medwin muses aloud "What would Dick Barton do? and we hear a bit of "The Devil's Galop"), Ian Wilson gets probably his largest role, and Oakley Court gets one of it's earliest screen appearances as the bad guy's hideout.

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                  A nice shot of Ernie Blythe. He looks almost..young there!

              • He almost escaped from You Must be Joking! (1965):

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                Bruce Wightman as a bemused dog track sweeper-upper.

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                • Am I mistaken or is this Fred Wood 2nd Row far right (with hat looking over the crowd in You must be joking 1965

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                  • Tony Hancock isn't in "The Blood Donor" for TILL DEATH US DO PART, but in the hospital waiting room:


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                    Paul Phillips and Eden Fox are. Alf is being led away by Nurse Sidonie Bond. Blood-letting broadcast on 12th January 1968.

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                    • Already covered is 'City of the Dead' (1960), i have just received the new release Blu Ray, it has a nice clear picture, an improvement on the old DVD. I have included all UM/F's. some have been mentioned before.

                      Villagers (1692) - James Ure, Gertrude Kaye, Frederick Kelsey, UF2, UF23, UF41, UM27, UM141
                      Puritan - Terry Sartain
                      Student - Bob Wright
                      Villagers (1960) - James Ure (again), UF41 (again)
                      Witches Coven Member - Tex Fuller, UF23 (again)
                      Witches Coven Member (Final scenes only, Stuntman?) - UM95
                      Last edited by philly; 30th April 2017, 04:32 PM.

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                      • All the nice girls love a sailor:

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                        And clearly Polly Ward is no exception

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                        Then she prances over to the old salts, including Pat Hagan, almost hidden behind the flowers

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                        The singing is then taken over by Patrick Colbert

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                        And John Turnbull has John Garrick taken over to him by the 1936 Shipmates O' Mine, including George Spence.

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                        • There's a fair crop in Bitter Harvest (1963):

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                          Janet Munro has photographs of some of her sugar daddies in her flat. She's having a drink here for Pat Ryan Click image for larger version  Name:	Bitter 2.png Views:	1 Size:	563.4 KB ID:	4013



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                          And although she's heading for Jack Mandeville in a photograph that has magically appeared, in the next shot she swipes the picture onto the floor and in close-up it's poor old Pat Ryan who gets swiped. However, Jack does get a "real" appearance later in a drunken party scene Click image for larger version  Name:	Bitter 4.png Views:	1 Size:	567.9 KB ID:	4015



                          In flashback, we see Janet's more innocent days and here it's Dudley Jones as Charles who's trying to be the first one in her photograph album.
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                          • Janet dreams of luxury in the form of a Rose Petal Soap TV advert:

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                            And while the Ambassador may not be at this party, Jack Arrow certainly is

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                            Peter Evans and Pearl Walters are there in black and white as well

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                            But James Culliford and Christopher Beeney are in "Color Processed by The Rank Organisation Film Processing Division" as the mashers after Janet and her pal Barbara Ferris.

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                            • Although James and Christopher don't get to the drunken party with Janet, Barbara, Jack Mandeville and Terence Alexander:
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                              We can enjoy watching Johnny Wyne rattling his maracas
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                              At the back, John Lynn gets a nose in
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                              And on the left, Aidan Harrington gets a dance in.

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