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    David and Carol's relationship has gone to the dogs as Victor Harrington steps in

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    Now it's developed into shouting in the restaurant where Hal Osmond can't get his bill and a dark-haired Harold Coyne scuttles across the background

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    The angst continues as Bob E. Raymond watches wearily

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    And Derek and Zena have their own troubles, with police inspector Howard Lang in attendance. IMDb has Dan Yarranton down in his only role as an inspector .

    No sign of John Boxer, Esma Cannon, Sandra Dorne, Judith Furse, Michael Ward, Richard Wattis or Ian Wilson who are also on the IMDb uncredited roll of phantom appearances.

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    • In the asylum set scenes filmed at Shepperton in Suddenly Last Summer (1959)there are a lot of extras as the patients. Some I recognized but I'm sure some of the others can be named. Here's Jack May and some unknowns (to me)
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      Who are these guys?
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      Ian Wilson (uncredited but on IMDB for this film) but who is this with him?
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      Anthony Lang and?
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      • More from Suddenly Last Summer. Is this Hubert Hill on the right?
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        George Spence gets a good bit of acting to do here. He's upset as Elizabeth Taylor is distracting all the men and he was concentrating on his playing cards.
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        Onto the female patients and I didn't recognize anyone apart from Rita Webb who is down for this role (uncredited) on IMDB.
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        This lady gets a good close up but who is she?
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        • The last picture is our distraught lady again with Aileen Lewis who gets to sound the alarm as a nurse.
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          Last edited by MarcusHeslop(Stonfan); 26 April 2020, 04:51 PM.

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          • 1st pic - (Jack May) John Barrett
            2nd - Eric Corrie on right
            4th - Anthony Lang and Eric Chitty
            5th - not Hubert Hill, it's Ken Buckle
            the distraught lady might be Pamela Devereaux but i am not certain

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            • Thanks Philly. Eric Chitty, of course it is.

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            • Sorry Gerald. I will suitably chastise myself for my disgraceful error. I will not amend my mistake by editing it either. Let the world see my buffoonery and judge me with the scorn I deserve.

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              • Aileen, Anthony Lang and lovely George Spence have been accepted by Imdb for Suddenly Last Summer.
                I think George Spence and Elizabeth Taylor should feature on another thread, as actors you didn't expect to see together!

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                • Thank you. Not Jack May or any of Philly's suggestions mon ami?

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                  • That's not a young Iain Cuthbertson with Ian Wilson is it?

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                    • philly
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                      I can see the resemblance dissolute, but i don't think it is, this extra only seemed to be around a short time 59/60ish, i remember him as a villager going for free beer in Inn for Trouble and he was tending a school? sign in ... i forget which film now.

                  • Originally posted by MarcusHeslop(Stonfan) View Post
                    Thank you. Not Jack May or any of Philly's suggestions mon ami?
                    No mon brave, I decided a long time ago, to just concentrate on the dozen or so extra's that I could recognise, I don't have Gerald or Philly's powers of facial recall.

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                    • Philly messaged me a few weeks ago about one of the male patients who looked like my father (Larry Noble), but after checking with Mum, I decided it wasn't likely to be him... although it did look like him! He was busy in the theatre at that time and I'm pretty sure we'd have heard about Elizabeth Taylor if he'd been there.

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                      • As it was mainly made in Yugoslavia, The Long Ships (1963) doesn't give much opportunity for sightings, but as well as British imported thesps among the American leads, Bob Simmons brought in his stunt crew:

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                        So in addition to Colin Blakely, Gordon Jackson, Russ Tamblyn and Jeanne Moody, there's Alf Joint, Gerry Crampton and Peter Brace. Peter blacks up later on and turns into a vicious Moor soldier before reverting to his kindly Viking persona by the film's end

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                        And aboard one of the title artifacts, I think that's Ken Buckle who knows the ropes most closely, plus Bill Cummings beside Edward Judd and Gordon. Ken is seen to die more than once during the film. David Lodge is to picture left of Gordon. Edward also supplies the agitated narration for the prologue.

                        Someone I didn't spot was the credited Henry Oscar as Auctioneer, nor indeed Leonard Rossiter as "Persian Soldier Who Falls On Sword To Prove Loyalty(uncredited)", courtesy of IMDb.
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                        • philly
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                          Definitely Ken Buckle, Gerald, also Eddie Eddon far right, there were Russian extras drafted in for this and British based supporting artiste Marusa Elias was employed as an interpreter.

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                          Leonard Rossiter as "Persian Soldier Who Falls On Sword To Prove Loyalty" is probably a mistake. It should be Alf Joint as Persian soldier executed on the Mare of Steel. Alf told me he played this part and I think we can easily recognize him there.

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                        And although you can only see him from behind, it's certainly Juba Kennerley as an Art Gallery Visitor.
                        A little sprinkling of some more revealing their secrets:

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                        Far left in the dark pub watching a drag act appears to be John Smart

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                        The charity worker in the centre helping out the already-sighted John Tatum is Iris Fry

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                        Herbert Lom is pleased to know that Peter Evans has a one as big as Helmut Berger.

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                        • Thanks, philly.

                          Another viewing of Alive and Kicking (1958) shows the following then alive, dancing, climbing and knitting:

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                          Denys Palmer on the right as a Russian trawlerman cum spy cum dancer. He was also the film's choreographer. Estelle Winwood top left

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                          Daniel Brown about to do a bit of thatching

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                          Fay Bura (not Jessie Robins) as a witty hefty knitter. Kathleen Harrison on the left.

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