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  • Originally posted by philly View Post
    Norman Morris in the first cap, Gerald. in front of Dicky Luck.

    Did i miss Dial 999 - Fashions in Crime?

    I have Gilly Flower as Lady Weston and Ned Lynch as a Policeman.
    Thanks, philly. I did do "Fashions in Crime": got Ned Lynch but missed Gilly Flower

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    • No images but some more going Berserk in 1967:

      Jack Ross (Assistant Ringmaster)
      Bernard Barnsley (Policeman)
      Frank Harper, Norman Morris (Circus Workers)
      Freddie Summers (Circus Performer).
      Gerald Lovell
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      Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 2 January 2022, 09:37 PM.

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      • "Welcome to the Club" (tx: 22.11.1972) is the episode of SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE only retained as a black and white telerecording. So joining the club in monochrome:

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        Is Jim Delaney behind Michael Gambon and Walter Gotell. He turns up again near the end as a pub customer

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        Later, when Michael tries to recruit Frank Windsor, it looks like James Muir in the background

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        And then Charles Adey-Gray arrives behind them

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        A bit more lowly is Jeffrey Segal's pub where Ricky Lansing cannot take his eyes off John Kane's hairdo

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        As a result, Ricky dresses up a bit later when Iris Fry is also in the pub. Vanessa Miles is John's click for the night.

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        • It's INTERPOL CALLING again and when there's a civil war in San Curro:

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          Rebelling along the "Pipeline" is Bob Simmons.

          John Bentley is in this one and he's better than usual in it.

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          • Some more availing themselves of The Best House in London (1968):

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            Looks like Rita Tobin in the doorway gazing at David Hemmings' wig . . .

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            . . . before there's a fight and I'm sure that's Robin Burns getting the worst of it

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            Centre, Terry Sartain in the music hall enjoying the bobbing head of Tessie O'Shea

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            But when David is arrested, the bobby's head on the right seems to belong to Steve Pokol.

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            • The house's door is finally open:

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              And Oliver Tomlin and Harry Tierney are right in there, plus I think it's Eden Fox just beyond the credited Mike Lennox

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              Peter Evans has already been sighted and John Bird has been credited, but it appears to be Frank Draycott on the left who has been neither

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              And the mud wrestling bets are on courtesy of previously-spotted Ned Hood with Pat Donahue front row right. In addition to his other several appearances in the film, Ron Gregory is also seen to partake in the delights of the house.

              Once again, I must mention the oft-mentioned error that Peter Jeffrey and Thorley Walters play Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in this. Although dressed as them and doing their usual traits, the point is that when Peter gets his deductions all wrong, he says "Well, I'm not bloody Sherlock Holmes y'know!":

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              Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 8 January 2022, 12:26 PM.

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              • Another train robbery, this time "Night Mail" for DIAL 999:

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                John Warwick and Robert Beatty get a tip from P.C. Jack Silk: try wearing different hats

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                Sydney Tafler has a different titfer on when he holds up the post office van, causing Charles Rayford alarm

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                And causing George Curtis to ruin the cut of his jacket.

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                • I have Derek Prentice as a Police Sergeant for this, Gerald.

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                  • Originally posted by philly View Post
                    I have Derek Prentice as a Police Sergeant for this, Gerald.
                    Yes, he is the Glasgow sergeant!

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                    • More Wanted for Murder in 1946:

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                      On the left, a young and sinister-looking Alan Beaton on the tube when Dulcie Gray looks in vain for Michael Denison (as he's not in this one). However, Alan pops up again near the end of the film as one of the crowd crashing the gates at Hyde Park

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                      We're looking at Daniel Brown to the left of Eric Portman's hat skip as he's enjoying all the fun of the fair

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                      At Hyde Park Corner, when Tony Quinn gets nabbed, Ray Schock is there to see it

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                      It's the turn of Barbara Everest and Kathleen Harrison to look in vain and Johnny Rossi looks in pain as their chatter is drowning out the music from the bandstand

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                      When the park has to be cleared, John Adams is one of the bobbies clearing it.

                      As previously shown when covering this film before, John Tatum has an early role as a customer in Dulcie's gramophone shop.

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                      • One of ORSON WELLES GREAT MYSTERIES has "Money to Burn", but it's a mystery how this one would get anyone on the edge of their seat. However:

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                        Peter Roy gets off his seat as one of the customers of Le Coq d'Hiver.

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                        • Waltzing into shot in Hitchcock's Waltzes from Vienna (1934):

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                          A youthful Cyril Kent as one of the waiters in Robert Hale's café and bakery. Robert's covered in flour, er flowers.

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                          • Fake policeman Donald Pleasence is in fact present if not correct as "The Absent Assassin" in INTERPOL CALLING:

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                            He's stopped and about to clobber jaunty motorist Guy Standeven, complete with pipe, who gets a few lines including "There's no speed limit here!"

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                            • Gerald Lovell
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                              Gerald Lovell commented
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                              NB In this episode, the characters played by Roy Everson and Charles Gillard work for N.B.C., not BBC, maybe much to their relief.

                          • John Warwick and John Salew look smug and happy they decided to DIAL 999:

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                            And from his hairline and ear, that it's Joe Phelps as the policeman who will drive them off so they don't need to wait for the "77 Bus".

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                            • In Cry of the Penguins

                              Joining the already sighted Guy Standeven, as protesting university lecturers are.

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                              Jack Arrow, alongside Tony Britton and Guy

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                              Tony joins Terence Conoley, in his best protesting wig and leather driving gloves,


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                              It's hard to make her out, but could that be Ann Barrass, doing a bit of shopping? As John Hurt, discusses supplies for his expedition with Brian Oulton.

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