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  • A dusting of our stars in Stardust (1974):

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    Credited, but with no role attribution, Marjorie Yates as an eager waitress with Adam Faith

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    Colin Rix as a jaundiced recording engineer with little patience

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    David Healy as a nightclub comedian with corny material (plus Derek Chafer and Jay McGrath)

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    Don Hawkins as a sarcastic television promoter with no faith in Adam.

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      Onto the uncrediteds and at the Edgwarebury Hotel reception, John Tatum looks as happy as usual to be there. At least he's wearing one half of his brown suit

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      The hanger-on with Peter Duncan is Jim Delaney

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      A photographer on the plane is Harry Van Engel, plus Rick Lester left background as David Essex's bodyguard. Richard LeParmentier right foreground.

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        Minus his hat as he's at a funeral is Harry Phipps

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        Charlie Gray fails to notice pop star David

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        We can notice press photographers in the centre, Alan Harris and Gerald Paris. But to their left, just in shot, is Guy Standeven

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        At the cemetery, it's Terry Sartain who's the extra photographer jumping out of the Jag, determined to get there before the hearse.

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          The pallbearers include Byron Sotiris (with out of shot Roy Lansford) . . .

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          . . . and also Sonnie Willis

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          And then back to David Healy apparently not dying a death in front of Dennis Plenty and Bunny Seaman despite his material. Keith Moon having fun in the background too

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          Charles Adey-Gray is having fun too.

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          • Finally, a couple more hangers-on:

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            Not Larry Hagman or Richard, but just coming into shot on the right, Walter Henry . . .

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            . . . and he's chatting to the more savvy Ron Gregory who turns to look right at the camera. Crafty Ron.

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            • Back to NEW SCOTLAND YARD for its third series (1973) and although the question is "Where's Harry?":

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              But there's Stuart Fell helping Harry (Derek Newark) to break out of clink

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              Down Bill Treacher's Camel's Head, the balder head near the bar is Paul Phillips (Barry Jackson next to him is working on it) and Leslie Bryant gets in by a nose further round

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ID:	94681 As Barry eyes up the local talent - I think it's Charles Pickess with her - there's the inevitable Eden Fox with Paul and also Alf Mangan propping up the bar

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              When the rozzers arrive to accost Barry, led by Richard Vanstone, it's Emmett Hennessy on the left ready to take down anything he says.

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              • Then Chief Supt. John Woodvine briefs his underlings:

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                Looks like Ken Tracey here

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                And of course David Rolfe here

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                Back in the Camel's Head, gaunt head Anthony Lang has turned up

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                And out in the woods police dog handler on the right Patrick Milner hopes to turn up something else even more gruesome.

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                • Finally, possibly less gruesome but more ribald, is the joke Bob E. Raymond has just told Bill:

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                  • A good haul there Gerald for a TV episode, not 100% i am only just getting used to the Equity extras but i was thinking James Haswell when i first saw the cap identified as Charles Pickess.

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                    • Originally posted by philly View Post
                      A good haul there Gerald for a TV episode, not 100% i am only just getting used to the Equity extras but i was thinking James Haswell when i first saw the cap identified as Charles Pickess.
                      You are probably right, philly, the hairline is more like James Haswell.

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                      • Contributing to The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968):

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                        A cross Chelsea Pensioner played by an elderly Norman Fisher

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                        It's not a nasty smell but a nasty dog that causes Pat Ryan to make a smart exit from a lift at Harrods

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                        Vicar Ken (William Gos(s)ling) has a big burden to bear.

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                          Richard Attenborough has his employees to bear, including Bryan Mosley at the back, plus Frank Thornton, Marianne Stone, Patricia Routledge and, a second earlier, a microphone boom

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                          Bunter has a party, and I think he has John Doye at it

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                          There's an even bigger party he throws at Alexandra Palace and Fred Stroud is there to photograph it all.

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                            As it's Alexandra Palace, they're on creaky old black and white TV, including Ernest C. Jennings

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                            Even the police press their way in, including Mike Jarvis

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                            And more angels, including Phil Parkes, who is also one of the Blossom employees in an earlier scene.

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                            • It's All Over Town in 1963 that these folk are hiding within the Palladium:

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                              Robin Burns and a parrot and Patricia Hayes and a headscarf

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                              Martin Lyder and Harry Van Engel somehow enjoying Frankie Vaughan's high kicks at the Bunny Club

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                              Ivan Santon ready to enjoy more standard high jinks there - he has binoculars at the ready

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                              Joe Phelps too, and he has his camera with him.

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                              • The blind eye of the law:

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                                Mr. Justice Lance Percival doesn't see P.C. Ernest Fennemore being the recipient in an act of bribery

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                                Change of act and Peter Avella on the right helps to clear away the scenery

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                                Alf Mangan and previously-sighted Maxwell Craig try to avoid chewing the painted scenery as Dusty and the Springfields are "Down and Out".

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