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  • Another one done before is Appointment in London (1952), also by Movie Dude, but among those also making it:

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    Having a great time in the officers' mess, Lola Morice towards the right - Arnold Bell on the joanna

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    The German response headed by Carl Duering, Carl Jaffé and Wolf Frees, but it looks like John Timberlake on the blower behind them

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    Hats off now with Philip Johns on the right (the already-sighted Jim Morris second left)

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    And George Holdcroft checking out Philip's work.

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    • Gerald, in the scene where Dirk Bogarde is consulting the Flight Engineers including a silent Charles Hammond (already sighted) the tall fair haired engineer talking to Dirk is the ACTUAL Peter Rendall.

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      • Gerald Lovell
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        Ah, right - thanks, philly!

    • Originally posted by James Thomas View Post
      Referring to a post I made earlier this year regarding S.O.S. Titanic (1979); a fully uncut version has finally been released on DVD, and there are consequently a few new actors to be seen. I was wondering if anyone could identify the following faces:


      This actor plays the Titanic's chief wireless operator; he has dialogue, but is uncredited.

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      The credited Anna Quayle is upset at two uncredited actors: the identified Nicholas Young, and a mystery man...
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      A tricky Irish pedlar screws David Janssen out of some money, and is subsequently screwed out of an onscreen credit...
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      And finally, a group of officers on the rescue ship try in vain to find their names on the end credits; the previously identified Charles Bolton is in the middle, and is that Tony Vogel with the moustache? Not sure about the other two.
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      Isn’t that Ronnie Stevens second left in the above photo? He’s an uncredited doctor in the film. In the second picture it’s Maurice Roaves.
      Last edited by MarcusHeslop(Stonfan); 25 October 2020, 09:42 AM.

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      • Def Ronnie Stevens Marcus, not Maurice Roeves though.

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        • I think it is Maurice. He’s in the film and that’s what he looked like when he was young.

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          • Although I see the resemblance, I'd agree it's not Maurice. He plays the credited role of Leading Stoker Fred Barrat.

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            • The thing is I thought it was Maurice before I read he was in the film which means....absolutely nothing! Yeah,ok I’m probably wrong.

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              • Gerald Lovell
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                I'm wrong umpteen times, so it's nothing to worry about!

            • Take Me High (1973) is a dire Cliff Richard musical mainly filmed in Birmingham, but when we get interiors at Elstree:

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              Hugh Griffith doesn't point out that it's Bunny Seaman on the right. Aileen Lewis has been shown on IMDb as his missus, but she's not, and although Lewis Alexander does appear in this scene, there's no sign of his missus

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              It's not yet time for Cliff Richard and George Cole to try out Debbie Watling's Brumburger, but it looks as if Jack Armstrong has already tried it

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              At the Brumburger's launch, photographer Harold Coyne is there to record the additional grimaces.

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                When Alan Viccars or Meacham hears there's free Brumburgers on the menu, he's one of the first to head for the exit

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                Looks like Alicia St. Leger or Armstrong isn't so lucky. Hugh, Moyra Fraser and Ronald Hines don't know what they're letting themselves in for

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                I'd watch what the chef is putting into them, but Vernon Duke is behind a wine bottle and Juba Kennerley is too busy bobbing up and down to a grim Cliff Richard song.

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                • Dick Emery's famous catchphrase turns into a pretty weary feature film for Ooh. . . you are Awful (1972), but at least we get to see:

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                  The reaction of Tony Mendleson when Joan Ingram thinks she's been pinched in The Queen's Gallery by a Japanese tourist

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                  Attendant Wilson (Bill Westley) looks pinched too

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                  Dick heads for Heathrow followed by Harold Coyne and passed by Alan Harris

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                  And when Dick cons Tucker McGuire and Phil Brown, Stenson Falcke and Bill Hemmings are there to watch.

                  Strangely enough, my father encountered Dick Emery at Heathrow, being behind him at a check-in desk. Dick turned round and said "Ah, darling", then realised it wasn't his wife behind him. "Hello honky-tonk", he thankfully didn't say.

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                    At Waterloo, Michael Sharvell-Martin and Colin Cunningham are impressed by the station announcement (which they CAN decipher) as Bill Strange and Eric Kent wander behind them. Bill can be seen a few times in this sequence and then, in a different suit and scene, back at Waterloo later on. And Colin speaks!

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                    Dick has to gatecrash a wedding reception where a waiter is Byron Sotiris and a guest is Anthony Snell

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                    Byron leads us to sightings of Cy Town and Jack Armstrong . . .

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                    . . . as well as Leslie Week(e)s. But WHERE were the Lewises?

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                      Toastmaster Ivor Spencer lets in photographer Dennis Plenty, who also gets a line to utter. Dennis gets plenty of work in this one as he's also a passerby right at the start of the film

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                      But Ivor simply observes a silent Roy Lansford marching past. Roy does the two places at once trick as he's in the next shot minus pipe and topper

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                      Dick raises his eyes at the trick as Hedger Wallace and Julie Crosthwaite bill and coo and Andrew Andreas waits and serves.

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                        Dick fails to see Ron Gregory beside him. Ron is also in the Heathrow sequence

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                        We, however, do see Terry Sartain on the left. Roy Lansford is back too

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                        It's all too much as the wedding is followed by a funeral. The vicar heading out of shot is Guy Standeven and the pallbearer looks like Fred Stroud.

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                          • No, afraid it's not Anthony.

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