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  • Another outing with the Band of Thieves (1962):

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    Has a youthful Micky Clarke taking centre stage in jug, along with the previously-sighted Daniel Brown and Fred Woods

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    Then when Jimmy Thompson oozes horribly over Jennifer Jayne, waiter Frank Howard quickly picks up the vol-au-vents.

    Billy John, already spotted patronising the Rock Bottom Jazz Club, also can be seen earlier as attending the Thieves Kitchen (sic).

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    • Rolling up at Hartmann's Circus to seek out "The Man's a Clown" when it's INTERPOL CALLING:

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      Poster sticker Lindsay Hooper

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      At the airport for Rome, the already-sighted Peter Evans, unknown, George Pastell, Charles Korvin and (almost hidden) Charles Belchier are with passerby Paul Beradi

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      And when Charles goes ringside with Jean Anderson, Waveney Lee, the already-sighted Max Bacon and George, Jim Brady, already sighted as a circus worker, suddenly appears as another worker seconds later after his first, but more dapper in his bowler.

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      • Went the day well 1942
        Is this possibly the earliest image of Fred Wood from the above film


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        • Briefly spotted in House of the Long Shadows (1982) as club members: Juba Kennerley, Jim Delaney and Leslie Adams.

          Doubles for Yvonne Monlaur and Mona Washbourne in The Brides of Dracula (1960): Marian Crawford and Pearl Wa(l)ters. Paddy Smith was of course Peter Cushing's stand-in.

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          • Adrift with Alf's Button Afloat (1938):

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            Marine Harry Terry far left as Wally Patch tears several strips off Bud Flanagan and Teddy Knox

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            Then it's the turn of Peter Gawthorne to do that to Noel Dainton

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            But it's sailor Pat Hagan behind him who encourages Wally to take to the stage.

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            • Once on dry land again:

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              The Bank of England is robbed and official Ernest Blythe is as foxed as the police detectives

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              Then on a fox hunt, it's Mike Johnson who cheerfully provides the background music.

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              • In "Flight", the SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE team get anything but:

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                Stranded at the airport are Gay Hamilton in her semi-regular role as the doctor wife of Frank Windsor's John Watt and James Muir

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                Football fans are held up too, much to the chagrin of the barman who appears to be Charles Gilliard

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                And as Frank joins in the chanting, he's got the previously-sighted Pat Gorman as well as Brian Nolan by his side. Both Pat and Brian can be seen as passengers earlier on, as can the previously-sighted Patrick Milner who otherwise plays a police sergeant.

                Although he has no lines, Michael Earl gets a screen credit for this one.

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                • Bang! You're Dead (1953), but:

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                  sighted! there's Andy Alston with Fred Griffiths, Gordon Harker and Derek Farr.

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                  • Slightly late, but some more enjoying their Bank Holiday in 1938:

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                    Cyril Kent as a waiter at the fully-booked Grand Hotel

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                    Ian Selby as a guest there, eyeing up René Ray and, ahem, Merle Tottenham

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                    No social distancing in place on the beach as Pat Hagan appears over the shoulder of, ahem, appropriately-attired Hugh Williams

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                    Ahem, expert beauty contest judges with Noel Dainton as the announcer.

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                    • Outpatients for DOCTOR IN CHARGE who hum "Amazing Grace":

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                      Include Winifred Sabine

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                      And possibly Barbara Bermel

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                      "This is Mr. Harris" says Robin Nedwell to Tony Robinson, but in fact it's Charles Adey-Gray and his foot.

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                      • Wherever She Goes (1950) was filmed at Ealing Studios in Australia, but there seems to be been an insert with Jack Carter as a photographer and this presumably stock audience shot includes Jim Morris. I wonder which film it comes from.

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                        • In The Bank Raiders (1958), in the Red Lion pub, the camera curiously lingers on a bit of drink ordering business from this gentleman although it and he have nothing to do with the plot:

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                          However, he did have something to do with the film as it's Geoffrey Goodheart who produced it.

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                          • Trying to be "Last Man Lucky" as extra extras in INTERPOL CALLING:

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                            Airport officer George Curtis. In the very next scene, quick change artiste George can be spotted in mufti sitting in the airport lounge bar

                            More Interpol operatives: Joseph Tregonino (who we haven't seen for a while) and Peter Evans. Peter is in fact in every episode as an operative in the title sequence:

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                            As is the photograph of Emil Stemmler which was also used in the episode "The Long Week-End":

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                            It's not very clear, but it sounds like series regular Edwin Richfield provides a telephone voice in a scene in which he is also appearing and the episode's assassin Dudley Foster provides another telephone voice later on.

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                            • Shouting Where's That Fire? in 1939:

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                              Harry Terry on the cart when Will Hay causes chaos putting up his firemens' pole

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                              And Robert Brooks Turner amused when Will pole dances with Moore Marriott.

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                              • Some more on a Barbados Quest in 1955:

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                                Charles Wade wades in as a helpful waiter for Delphi Lawrence and Tom Conway

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                                The chase is on and the coppers in front of the back projection in pursuit of Tom and Michael Balfour appear to be Charles Hammond and Fred Davis. Charles does the driving, Fred does the lines.

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