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  • There's a need to DIAL 999 as there's "Gun Rule" in the capital:

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    Constable Frank Maher blows his whistle when he hears gunfire. Moments later he gets a bit of stuntwork to do as a result

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    In the aftermath, as Robert Beatty checks for clues, the policemen in the background include Robert Vossler, who pops up as assorted bobbies throughout the episode

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    A raid on Franklin's workshop has Bob joined by P.C. Johnny Wyne . . .

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    . . . and also Ned Hood and Ray Schock in police uniform for a change. John Witty tries to look tough with a sneer and a tash.

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      Subordinate villains Bill Edwards and Harry Lane are cornered by the police, including Dan Cressy . . .

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      . . . as well as Joe Phelps

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      Door-to-door investigations for the chief villains (by Robert Vossler in helmet this time with a colleague) include tracking down Ian Selby

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      And it looks like it's Dan Lester on the fiddle here.

      The episode ends with good old smug Superintendent Russell Napier assuring Bob Beatty there's certainly no need for the police to use firearms in London.

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      • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

        Many thanks: I didn't have Pat Ryan or Laurie Goode, Pam Rose, Walter Henry and Jack Ross at the airport, but I did spot Charlie Gray, John Smart and Aidan Harrington. At the book launch, I also have Bess Rogers, John Rogers, David Rolfe and Hyma Beckley. Lewis and Aileen also turn up at the funeral.

        Can I ask, what role did Tony Gilding play in the episode?
        I think Tony played a photographer.


        purple circle , Ken Halliwell , yellow Pam Rose.
        black arrow pointing to Pat Ryan
        red circle , Charlie Gray
        green circle Laurie Goode


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        • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

          Many thanks: I didn't have Pat Ryan or Laurie Goode, Pam Rose, Walter Henry and Jack Ross at the airport, but I did spot Charlie Gray, John Smart and Aidan Harrington. At the book launch, I also have Bess Rogers, John Rogers, David Rolfe and Hyma Beckley. Lewis and Aileen also turn up at the funeral.

          Can I ask, what role did Tony Gilding play in the episode?

          Grey circle , Gerry Judge
          blue circle Les Conrad and Arnold Chazen
          white circle Jack Ross
          copper , Ridgwell Hawkes






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          • Carrying the drinks tray in Return Of The Saint ep “Collision Course - The Brave Goose” we have Dina Faust

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            • Everything is Rhythm (1936) and:

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              Cot D'Ordan is the Hotel Regal headwaiter for Clarissa Selwynne and Princess Pearl (Mrs Harry Roy). But is the other waiter H. Victor Weske?

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              The Monrovian Ambassador is possibly Sidney Mockton, revealing his dispatches to Clarissa and Mrs.

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              • Poor Joseph Schmidt thinks he's auditioning for the managing director of Miracle Films:

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                But he's in fact Jimmy Godden, the managing director of Miracle Insurance.

                From A Star Fell from Heaven (1936). Sadly, the script didn't.

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                • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
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                  Subordinate villains Bill Edwards and Harry Lane are cornered by the police, including Dan Cressy . . .

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                  . . . as well as Joe Phelps

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                  Door-to-door investigations for the chief villains (by Robert Vossler in helmet this time with a colleague) include tracking down Ian Selby

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                  And it looks like it's Dan Lester on the fiddle here.

                  The episode ends with good old smug Superintendent Russell Napier assuring Bob Beatty there's certainly no need for the police to use firearms in London.
                  In the Robert Vossler cap, Bernard Foreman is the onlooker with his back to us.
                  I also have Pat Meehan and Philip Johns as Policemen, N Matthews as a Detective, Jack Silk, Jack Armstrong and Raymond Hodge in another visit to the Police Dispatch room.
                  IMDb have Tony Shepherd as The Policeman it is in fact Anthony Sheppard.

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                  • Thanks, philly. I noticed the "Tony Shepherd" issue: Anthony Sheppard is the policeman near the end. I didn't include the Operations Room bobbies as it was a use of stock footage from "Missing Persons".

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                    • philly
                      philly commented
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                      It's clear the Operations Room footage was filmed at the same time but i have noted that each episode seems to have unique shots from this particular staging.

                  • Onto a Voyage of the Damned for another time 1939/1976/now:

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                    Looks like Victor Spinetti turns up to see Derek Chafer downing a drink on the right. Long hair for the time. The amorous Bob E. Raymond on the left was sighted previously at his games

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                    And Don Henderson turns up to see Barry Summerford to down S.S. St. Louis into the drink.

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                    • Faces in Facing the Music (1933):

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                      On the right, Charles Gerrard is credited but without a role attribution. He is the unnamed partner in villainy of Hal Gordon

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                      Charles Mortimer as the editor of the International Press Agency

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                      And courtesy of an exhausted Morris Harvey, hotel manager Paul Sheridan wants to see what all the hullabaloo is about.

                      I didn't spot for definite Robert Rietty as a page boy, but he would only have been 10 at the time. Ian Wilson does appear as a callboy in the Grand Opera House and as well as a few lines to deliver, he gets a bit of business with Stanley Lupino and a glass of water.

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                      • As some restrictions have been relaxed, let's pay another visit to Holiday Camp (1947):

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                        When the Huggetts (Kathleen Harrison and Jack Warner) arrive, they don't see at the back under the "Lasses" sign the man looking so delighted to be there, John Tatum

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                        After the packed regimented dinner with Esmond Knight on loudspeaker duty encouring everyone to enjoy their nosh, Kathleen hurries to the Lasses as a result with waiter Emil Stemmler looking on from the background. Hazel Court in the foreground

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                        The campers get to do the Hokey Cokey, and they include in the middle a younger-looking Old Codger, who we haven't had for a while

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                        With the previously-sighted Philip Stewart easing his derriere and Norman Fisher behind him, on the right Ned Hood gives guest star Patricia Roc a big clap

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                        "Fight! Fight!" Like playground schoolchildren, campers simply crowd around to watch the fisticuffs of Dennis Price and Jimmy Hanley. Fred Davis on the right.

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                        • Having some Sleepless Nights from 1932? Settle down in a comfy hotel in Nice:

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                          Where the manager is Cot D'Ordan - Paul Sheridan was obviously off duty at the time. Stanley Lupino is heading after Polly Walker.

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                          • In Holiday Camp, it's Frank Andrews with a pipe in the Fred Davis cap.

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                            • Thanks, philly. Staying with the Huggetts, here they come again in another bout of Here Come the Huggetts (1948):

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                              In this one, it looks like a gleeful James Ure watching Diana Dors and John Blythe having a boisterous old time at the Spivatis where Edmundo Ros and his Orchestra are playing their stuff

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                              But then it appears to be Reg Thomason. It's not on Reg's list, so is it James or Reg or neither?

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                              Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison, Petula Clark and Amy Veness try to watch the Royal Wedding, and so does Frank Howard. He turns out to have far more success than the Huggetts.

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