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    There's a coffin on the express leaving from Kings Cross to where James Villiers calls "Grenick" (aka Greenock). Hastings is suitably deferential as the undertakers pass by. Len Llewellyn . . .

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    . . . Graham Tonbridge . . .

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    . . . Robin Burns . . .

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    . . . and the already-sighted Anthony Lang.

    In the voice department, Olive Gregg does the dialogue for the boy who frightens Poirot and Hastings with a slinky on the stairs and poor Clive Morton is dubbed by someone else.
    Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 21st May 2020, 09:25 PM.

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    • Brilliant caps Gerald!, yes Ivan Santon, i think it is Dan Lester rather than Vic Hagen though. Incidentally IMDb have Vic Hagen as Australian, i am sure Pat Hagan was Irish, i believe they were brothers, they certainly looked alike.

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      • Thank you, philly. Another look at Your Witness (1949) brings out new evidence:

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        Tom Chatto as Andrew Cruickshank's junior with a thin-faced Jack Hetherington as the court bobby

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        Tom passes Andrew a note. "Is that Fletcher Lightfoot sitting behind us?"

        The police sergeant played by uncredited and own haired Stanley Baker seems to be called "Manning" and not as shown on IMDb.
        Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 22nd May 2020, 05:30 PM.

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        • Frank Andrews bottom right, the barrister behind Tom Chatto is the long unknown UM9, possibly the earliest sighting of him.

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          • Jay McGrath, dancing in Voyage Of The Damned

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            • Originally posted by @ci5bdc View Post
              Jay McGrath, dancing in Voyage Of The Damned

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              Jay is just one of a very large shipload of extras aboard that film.

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              • Emerging from the SHADOWS on 18.10.1978, at a local council meeting:

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                Charles Adey-Gray, third right, listening to the Peter Pan witterings of James Ottaway

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                On the other end of the table, Alan Cope and two along, Terry Sartain. None of them, however, is "The Man Who Hated Children".

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                • Originally posted by philly View Post
                  Frank Andrews bottom right, the barrister behind Tom Chatto is the long unknown UM9, possibly the earliest sighting of him.
                  Appearing in The Avengers - The Decapod, UM9 is likely one of these:
                  Victor Coventry
                  Don Fraser
                  Leslie Fry
                  George Galsworthy
                  John Murch
                  or Mr Nott

                  UM113 should be one of these as well.

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                  • Originally posted by philly View Post

                    Appearing in The Avengers - The Decapod, UM9 is likely one of these:
                    Victor Coventry
                    Don Fraser
                    Leslie Fry
                    George Galsworthy
                    John Murch
                    or Mr Nott

                    UM113 should be one of these as well.
                    In DOCTOR WHO, the only listings for Leslie Fry have him as one of a big crowd, unfortunately, and the only Mr. Nott I can think of is Roger Nott, but he's in heavy make-up, and he would have been only 18 when "The Decapod" was recorded.

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                    • philly
                      philly commented
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                      Thanks Gerald, not Roger Nott then, i struggled find candidates for the Nott's. Possibly a Mr Matthews as well, there are loads, i have ruled out quite a few.

                  • Another viewing of the tosh that is The Young Ones (1961):

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                    Down the market, as Rita bleedin' Webb argues over her lovely-looking pear, it seems to be Neil Osborne looking on

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                    And then possibly Dan Lester as Melvyn Hayes holds Rita's melons

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                    The TV detector van is out early and it's John Forbes-Robertson at the controls. And blimey, it looks like Peter Forbes-Robertson in the cab

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                    When the police descend on Robert Morley and his son Cliff Richard (told you it was tosh), the previously-sighted Inspector Douglas Muir is accompanied by Sergeant John Adams.

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                    • When church is not really out for The Amazing Mr. Blunden (1972), it seems to be Henry Roberts doing his weekly duty behind Lynne Frederick.

                      I would also correct an earlier sighting I did. The guest at the wedding of James Villiers and Madeline Smith early in the film is not William (Bill) Gos(s)ling, but Charlie Gray.

                      Sadly no images available as PC is not very amazing and is misbehaving.

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                      • Ep Old Dog New Tricks - On the right we have #theprofessionals regular Reg Turner and Reg Thomason on location at #Amersham hospital Wednesday 15th June 1977

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                        • There's "No Ill Feeling!" when DOCTOR AT LARGE pays a visit to what scriptwriter John Cleese almost used as a dry run for FAWLTY TOWERS. When Barry Evans plots revenge on the annoying guest Roy Kinnear, not the annoying proprietor Timothy Bateson:

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                          The pub is the best place to plan it all with George Layton (and Geoffrey Davies out of shot) plus Iris Fry

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                          And although cornershop put up almost the same shot about five years ago on the old forum, it's good to again have a close-up of Brychan Powell as one of the other guests (and who wears an identical tie to those worn by Geoffrey and George when they play their trick on Roy).

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                          • No cast is credited at all for Read All About It, a War Office short from 1945, but there's a longish list on IMDb. No there, though:

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                            Is James Ure, whose missus seems concerned at his appreciation of the strip show they've gone to. He was better off in his other seat as he's doing the classic "two places at once" trick.

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                            • A better copy of The Young Mr. Pitt (1942) has revealed:

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                              Just right of centre in the House of Commons and Robert Donat, Wallace Bosco, M.P.; how long he remained right of centre is uncertain because for the rest of the film, he's crossed the floor and sitting on the Opposition benches. Wallace may play a French revolutionary too

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                              Alf Goddard as the lead ruffian who wants to knock Robert's head off

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                              Blowing his trumpet, Jack May with a voter's hat on his head. It's all ironic seeing the "common people" rallying for a General Election given none of them would've had the vote then.

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