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  • Thanks, philly. Back to Bond and it's The Man With the Golden Gun (1974), one of the lesser entries I think but it still makes enjoyable viewing:

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    In Scaramanga's lair, we've already identified the Al Capone model as Ray Marioni, but I think his hood on the right is Andrew Andreas

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    In the Beirut club where Bond gazes upon Chew Mee's belly button, Ron Gregory seems to be joining in the ogling

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    Micky Clarke too.

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      Q's technicians are at work, including Jay McGrath and taking aim, I think it's Alan Harris

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      Wei Wei Wong is at work at Bottoms Up, where she's doing just that for the admiration of Gordon Everett and Bob E. Raymond on the right

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      Fred Machon on the left probably has a better view. Cheers, Fred.

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      • John Skinner
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        Q technician with Alan Harris and jay mcgrath is ROBIN SCOTT...


    • When an English village in 1944 Welcome Mr Washington (sic), we can welcome sight of:

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      Charles Rayford and companion centre of picture at a different type of barn dance

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      Jack Sharp centre of his picture getting down

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      Jim Morris also centre as a rowdy villager

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      Jack Carter centre too as a friendly GI. Tony Quinn on the right.

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      • Still on 007 and it's now The Spy Who Loved Me (1977):

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        Bond and Barbara Bach are so taken up with each other at Vernon Dobtcheff's Cairo club, they don't see Jack Ross arriving. Jack later turns up again as one of Stromberg's technicians

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        Vernon's got an urgent call, so he misses Jay McGrath too

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        Stromberg heads over to the pointy-chinned technician to check to see if it's Harry Van Engel. The director's brother-in-law Sydney Tafler is the captain

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        It's emergency lighting on board the U.S.S. Wayne when British and Russian crewmen crowd in. Looks to be Alan Gibbs as the Soviet seaman on the right.

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        • Lots and lots and lots of stuntmen do their stuff on board Stromberg's tanker. Here's a couple of good old Rocky Taylor appearances, as a guard and overacting as a shot U.S. submariner:

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          • ChristofferSlotte
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            the stuntman between Roger Moore and Barbara Bach could be Jimmy Lodge? Does anyone know? He used to double David Niven

          • Gerald Lovell
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            Yes, I think it is Jimmy Lodge and he's listed as a stuntman on the film.

        • The first Mr. Bush (Wallace Evennett) pretends to be a cabin steward under the watchful eye of Pat Hagan in The Second Mr. Bush (1940):

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          • NEW SCOTLAND YARD has "Property, Dogs & Women" to contend with:

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            And upholding law and order is P.C. Barry Summerford.

            For some reason, John Carlisle has lost his opening titles billing for this episode.
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            • The ambulance attendant who will shortly need attendance by an ambulance in Moonraker (1979) is veteran stunt man Bob Simmons:

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              Lois Chiles is giving him the eye.

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              • ChristofferSlotte
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                isn't that one of the French stuntmen? In my opinion he doesn't look like Simmons

            • For our eyes only, more Q Technicians during a tracking shot in For Your Eyes Only (1981):

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              Guy Standeven

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              And at the desk, Harry Van Engel.

              Also, two of Julian Glover's heavies:

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              Chris Webb about to get the bullet

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              And Paul Weston dishing it out to 007.

              PS: Ernst Stavro Blofeld makes an unlicensed appearance before the titles played by John Hollis, but his voice is not his own, nor is it the voice of Robert Rietty as claimed by IMDb. (No idea whose voice it is, mind you!).
              Last edited by Gerald Lovell; Yesterday, 08:35 PM.

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              • A good shot of Guy there Gerald.
                Another addition for the revised edition of Whose That Guy
                Submitted to Imdb

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                • There will be a revised edition one day as there are aspects of his life I'd like to know more about. I was talking to his sister and nephew on Saturday and found out a little more about the mysterious woman from 'up North' for example. I'd also love to know anything about the play he was rehearsing that was ultimately cancelled as well.

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                  • One for Gerald here, I suspect. The ladies in the SRS audience in episode 3 of Robot.

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                    Am I right in thinking that the lady on the right in this shot is Penny Lambirth? The one in the middle might be Nancy Adams, but I'm not sure.

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                    Movie dude identifies the lady in grey in the centre of this shot as Maureen Nelson, which is certainly plausible but it's hard to be certain. Anybody know the tall girl beside her with the ponytail?

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                    • Originally posted by Allen Leighton View Post
                      One for Gerald here, I suspect. The ladies in the SRS audience in episode 3 of Robot.

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                      Am I right in thinking that the lady on the right in this shot is Penny Lambirth? The one in the middle might be Nancy Adams, but I'm not sure.

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                      Movie dude identifies the lady in grey in the centre of this shot as Maureen Nelson, which is certainly plausible but it's hard to be certain. Anybody know the tall girl beside her with the ponytail?
                      The ladies in the first image we have had to put up as Unknowns at the moment on Movie Dude's page for "Robot", Allen. I think the older lady is Nancy, however. Agreed that is Maureen Nelson in the second image, but the ponytail girl could be any of Elizabeth Broom, Pamela Dale or Pat Pelton if not Penny.

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                      • Thanks Gerald. I found this image of Penny Lambirth:

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                        which looks like the same girl (given that there's ten years difference).

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