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  • Bessie Rogers seated at right in the Aileen Lewis cap.

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    • Still with Bond, but back with dear old Sean, Diamonds Are Forever (1971) has been covered before, particularly by Aveleyman and Movie Dude, and so I can only offer up:

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      As another of the Cairo casino croupiers, on the left, a long-haired Martin Lyder.

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      • Originally posted by philly View Post
        Bessie Rogers seated at right in the Aileen Lewis cap.
        Thanks, philly. Probably John Rogers is in there somewhere too.

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        • Another long-haired Martin Lyder sighting:

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          As an embassy butler in "Crossfire", another case for NEW SCOTLAND YARD

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          Joining in the investigation with John Carlisle appears to be Tony Hayes. Or is it Alan Charles Thomas? Brian Nolan is also in this one, but he does get a credit credit and a few lines to say.

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ID:	95454 ​ Derek Chafer playing the barman in the GandM Ep “Family Planning”
            Last edited by @ci5bdc; 15 November 2020, 01:15 PM.

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ID:	95466 Derek Chafer (far right) recently sent me this photo of him from 1960s - he couldn’t remember what the TV Prog / Film was.

              can anyone help ? - thanks in advance.

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              • John Skinner
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                With Derek in the centre is Clive Rogers...no idea what the show is, the chaps black jacket suggest it might be early 1970s..

            • Originally posted by @ci5bdc View Post
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ID:	95466 Derek Chafer (far right) recently sent me this photo of him from 1960s - he couldn’t remember what the TV Prog / Film was.

              can anyone help ? - thanks in advance.
              My first thought was Cromwell (1970), but although there's a huge uncredited cast for it, Derek does not appear to be in it.

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              • Another Bond, Roger Moore's first, Live and Let Die (1973), has been covered before, but:

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                Looks like Gordon Humphries getting out quick at the U.N. as the earlier-noticed Lewis Alexander stays put

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                William Gosling joining the already-sighted delegates (out-of-shot here) Charlie Gray, Sonnie Willis, Gabor Vernon and Ron Gregory

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                And the shocked onlookers as James Drake conks out include Leslie Weekes and Stenson Falcke as well as previously-spotted Charles Adey-Gray, Jack Armstrong and Tony Mendleson.

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                • John Skinner
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                  Hello, Gerald...I got the Equity Journal recently and no fewer than200 artistes have left us in the last 6 months, the only name I recognise is, alas, Leslie Weekes...

              • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

                My first thought was Cromwell (1970), but although there's a huge uncredited cast for it, Derek does not appear to be in it.
                Thanks - should of said , Derek told me he was one of the film crew filming it.
                Last edited by @ci5bdc; 16 November 2020, 09:12 PM.

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                  uncredited Margo Cunningham in The Saint - I had no idea who she was - but recognised he from a credited role she had in The Professionals Ep “ A Man Called Quinn”
                  Last edited by @ci5bdc; 16 November 2020, 08:25 PM.

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                  • Those going Up the Junction in 1967 include:

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                    Centre in the flat cap, John Timberlake about to enjoy sisters Maureen Lipman and Adrienne Posta give a pub rendition of "I Need Your Love" in the days before karaoke

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                    Michael Standing, Billy Murray and Michael Gothard are chatting up the birds, so Peter Avella has no chance

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                    The man believed to be Freddie Summers is well impressed in his flat cap and there's Jim Tyson as the barman.

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                      Down the market for a banana, posh chick Suzy Kendall can maybe confirm the skinny stallholder in his flat cap and sticky-out ears but with his back to us is Fred Woods

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                      Suzy and Dennis Waterman head up west to spy on the other posh folk, who include Hein Viljoen second left.

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                        There's a brawl in the street and a loudmouth comment from Paddy Ryan results in him being flattened too

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                        Maxwell Craig does his best to restrain Liz Fraser from further fracas

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                        Dennis and Suzy go off for a dirty weekend in Worthing where the hotel doorman may be Alan Gibbs

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                        Unfortunately, Den's flash motor belongs to someone else. Suzy witnesses the court proceedings which are all a blur to Ernest Fennemore.

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                          Dennis, who has an extensive collection of polo necks in this film, is going down, escorted by P.C. Robert Vossler

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                          Further P.C.s in the corridor are Chris Webb and the already-sighted Mike Reid

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                          Checking through his briefs in the public area is Cecil Paul

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                          And Maureen and Adrienne have a giggle when Ned Hood almost collides with Michael Barrington.

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                          • Gerald, i think the chin dimple suggests it's Robert Vossler's lookalike UM105, i only became aware of him when they both appeared in the same scene in Lunch Hour (1963).

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