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  • Bette Davis will huff and puff and manipulate her sons forever:

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    Two of them (Christian Roberts and Jack Hedley) look on as John Howard takes the floor in the background

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    She doesn't seem to have been very successful with the candles by the time George Holdcroft starts dancing just above Jack's head.

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    • Unfortunately, other son James is a knicker nicker (at 10 bob a pair) and the police are after him:

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      I think the officer coming out of the back of the car is Derek Chafer

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      Although at first I thought the driver was Vic Chapman, I think it's actually Jack Silk

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      And Jack's brother Jeff Silk is around to retrieve some of the undergarments.

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      • Mr. Love (1985) is a little indie film, mostly filmed in Merseyside, so not many extras. One scene is filmed in an auditorium, though.


        Tommy Winward lost in the crowd.


        Jill Goldston managing to sneak an appearance in.


        Tony O'Leary obviously is not a fan of the violin.


        The camera pans across the front row, including this lady whose name I can't recall (Bess Rogers?)

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        • and two more I do remember, John Triplett and Reg Thomason.

          There are probably more, but this one happened to be on TV and I just caught this scene with my phone.

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          • Some more from the fuzzy print of A Yank in Ermine (1955):

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            At Diana Decker's "New York" club, Roy Everson has a ringside seat on the right

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            Jimmy Scott has a central seat as Diana tears several strips off Peter Thompson

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            Once over the pond, a village dance has Charles Hammond tripping the light fantastic - the previously-sighted Harry Van Engel in the background

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            Reginald Beckwith is very sedate with Nan Kearns as his partner.

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              When Diana arrives and has a boogie with Jon Pertwee and Harold Lloyd Jnr., it greatly amuses Guy Middleton as well as Fred Davis behind him

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              It's Diana's turn to be amused at a rugby match played with rules rules of American football. Richard Duke at the back is either bitterly cold or bitterly disappointed

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              Peter finds true love with Noelle Middleton, and we find Sonnie Willis with a buttonhole right at the back.

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              • Sadly an image to support this has been got at by "The Meddlers" from series 3 of ACE OF WANDS, but the pub landlord as shown on IMDb and by the usually-reliable Andrew Pixley is not played by David (Parker in THUNDERBIRDS) Graham but by extra David J. Grahame.

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                • Some more joining A Yank at Oxford (1938):

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                  Harry Terry as the Buller second left about to tell a imbibed undergraduate where to get off

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                  Then inside the same pub, as Robert Coote chats up barmaid Norah Howard, Joan Benham (previously sighted in the later bump race sequence) chats up a Scotsman, but not the star Robert Taylor.

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                  • DOCTOR AT LARGE may become DOCTOR IN CLINK in "Bewigged, Bothered & Bewildered" by David Yallop:

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                    The trouble starts in St. Swithin's casualty department where he's as numbskulled as ever with Lockwood West and Walter Henry. Ginger student Denis Gilmore looks on, but all he will learn is how not to deal with patients

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                    It all ends up in court, where William Lucas looks like rather more of an active learned friend than you might expect and the long-haired spectator might be Rick Lester

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                    George Layton is called as a witness and it's P.C. Leslie Week(e)s on the door, with Walter now taking down everything George says

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                    Oops, Lockwood's the judge and usher Eden Fox is giving George the eye.

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                    • StoneAgeMan
                      StoneAgeMan commented
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                      Gerald, if you get a chance, when you get to episode 16, "It's All In The Mind", could you see if there is an attractive(!) screengrab of Larry Noble that I can put in my collection. You are much better at this than I could be... and I am not quick enough on a Youtube pause button to make good pictures.

                  • On a Journey Together in 1945:


                    Tommy Duggan and Richard Attenborough mock Jack Watling's Cambridge traditions, but old Whiteway (David Keir) upholds them


                    Richard may slinkingly pull down his coat, but dozing Canadian hotel patron Miles Silverton isn't interested

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                    And a disgruntled gunner may be moaning about being ousted by Bunter, but Archie Duncan is more concerned about holding onto his toupee.

                    No sign of "guest" Rex Harrison or frequent IMDb phantom Miles Malleson, I'm afraid.
                    Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 5 September 2020, 07:51 PM.

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                    • StoneAgeMan
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                      I'm only seeing the third picture on this post Gerald.. forum problem?

                  • I can only see the last of the five.

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                    • I can see all three images in post #2710.

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                      • StoneAgeMan commented
                        Yesterday, 07:34 PM
                        Gerald, if you get a chance, when you get to episode 16, "It's All In The Mind", could you see if there is an attractive(!) screengrab of Larry Noble that I can put in my collection. You are much better at this than I could be... and I am not quick enough on a Youtube pause button to make good pictures.


                        I'm already past that episode, but here he is and I hope the image is visible!

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                        • StoneAgeMan
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                          Thanks, that is terrific. You are a splendid chap.

                      • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
                        I can see all three images in post #2710.
                        So can I but I can only see one of the 3 images in post #2718

                        It helps if you don't delete or move them on your local system immediately after uploading them

                        Steve

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                        • Originally posted by Steve Crook View Post

                          So can I but I can only see one of the 3 images in post #2718

                          It helps if you don't delete or move them on your local system immediately after uploading them

                          Steve
                          We haven't come to post #2718 yet. I'm not doing anything different from how I usually post images.

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                          • Steve Crook
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                            Or with reading all of the posts

                            I was commenting on post 2718, not 2715. You're now up to post 2725

                          • Gerald Lovell
                            Gerald Lovell commented
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                            Well, the last post on here for me is the the one I put on today for X the Unknown: #2716!

                          • StoneAgeMan
                            StoneAgeMan commented
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                            I'm no moderator, but I still don't see the first two pictures on "that" post. For me, that post is numbered 2710. This post is numbered 2715, which will make this comment number 2715.6, I believe. Perhaps as moderators, your numbering includes posts which were deleted for regular viewers.
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