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  • Those who were about in Another Time, Another Place in 1958 include:

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    Jack Silk and Jeff Silk as airfield security guards while Sidney James seeks divine inspiration

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    Lana Turner seeks a fag from Sid as Billy John on the left has one of his own

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    Donald Morley and Pat Hagan (with lines) seek a story from Barry Sullivan

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    Jack Armstrong and Lee Fenton get nothing from Lana, whatever they may seek.

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      The New York Standard crew in London also appears to include Alan Cope, third left . . .

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      . . . as well as George Holdcroft, second right . . .

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      . . . plus Bert Sims. Good to see Lana in standard issue reporter mink coat

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        Terence Longdon enters the more modest surroundings of Sean Connery's berth, the Bridge Hotel, where the porter may be Frank Atkinson

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        But once the film moves permanently to Cornwall, it's Mabel Etherington in the local hostelry . . .

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        . . . plus the promised Aidan Harrington on the left as Julian Somers asks Lana where she got that coat.

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          Later, Barry Sullivan slums a half with Terence and Jack Hetherington takes almost centre stage background

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          As Julian and Jack confer, it looks like the corporal on the left is Harold Coyne

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          When Barry and Lana finally and to us, thankfully, leave St. Giles, Cornwall, the RAF officer passing Bazzer is Colin McKenzie . . .

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          . . . closely followed by Richard Gregory, who also wonders where that coat came from.

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          • John Adderley second left in the George Holdcroft cap, i was thinking more Ernest Butcher for the porter, Gerald.

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            • Thanks, philly.

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              • On the search for Jack the Ripper (1958), investigations this time revealed Peter Diamond, Daniel Brown and Gertrude Kaye as more rabble members, Emil Stemmler as a reporter, Alf Mangan as a waiter, Harold Coyne, Harry Phipps, Charles Stevenson, Tony Castleton and Pat Ryan as audience members, Nan Kearns as a neighbour and Bill Rooney as a policeman.

                During another investigation into A Study in Terror (1965), the aforesaid Hyma Beckley appears again as a pub patron.
                Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 21 September 2020, 10:35 AM.

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                • I did A Study in Terror recently, my most noticable spot was Roy Seeley as the Prime Minister's Butler?/Assistant, also Billy Dean as the Pub Patron who gets pushed off his chair.

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                  • Originally posted by philly View Post
                    I did A Study in Terror recently, my most noticable spot was Roy Seeley as the Prime Minister's Butler?/Assistant, also Billy Dean as the Pub Patron who gets pushed off his chair.
                    Cecil Paul is also there are one of the Duke of Shires' butlers (the other one is Richard Atherton).
                    Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 26 September 2020, 10:54 AM.

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                    • It may be autumn now, but in the Spring Handicap of 1937:

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                      Noel Dainton is the village bobbie

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                      And John Rae is the village postie.
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                      • It's really an American film, but the location sequences for On the Double (1961) were all shot by Geoffrey Unsworth in London and East Sussex, and in an interior filmed at Paramount in LA:

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                        Danny Kaye and Jesse White are joined by perennial go-to Brit in American films Richard Peel.

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                        • A younger than usual Graham Tonbridge beams at the routine of Stanley Lupino, John Wood and Laddie Cliff as Over She Goes (1937); not his dance partner, hopefully:

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                          • The Strange Case of the End of Civilisation As We Know it (1977)

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                            Strangely it's Juba Kennerley, behind Connie Booth and Arthur Lowe at the Carlton Hotel

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                            • Anything to Declare? Well, in 1938, it does look like Cecil Bevan on the right as a dockside agent:

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                              • There's a lot of bustle at the Hotel Mirabella in The Lady from Lisbon (1942):

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                                Hotel manager Mario (Leo de Pokorny) gives detailed instructions to waiter Gustav (Louis Matto)

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                                There's a lot of bulk at The Matador when Jane Carr serenades Francis L. Sullivan, with applause right at the back from George Spence

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                                And in Berlin, a lot of bluster from Gestapo officer Gerik Schjelderup.

                                A rather unfortunate billing for Martita Hunt as well:

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