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  • No pictures as it was from the telly. Dr.Crippen (1962) features John Tatum and Gerry Judge in the courtroom and Guy Standeven as a Steward.

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    • Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post
      No pictures as it was from the telly. Dr.Crippen (1962) features John Tatum and Gerry Judge in the courtroom and Guy Standeven as a Steward.
      George Hilsdon and Max Faulkner are among others uncredited in this one.

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      • Another early-ish sighting from 1933:

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ID:	6724George Spence having an excusable snooze during The Medicine Man as Pat Paterson pretends to be amused by the silly assing of Claud Allister.

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        • Since Tigon Man mentioned it, here's some more sightings from Dr. Crippen (or at least the first half-hour):


          In the opening shot, the matron descending from the Black Maria is Lola Morice, though it's not her once they get into the jail.


          Behind the credits, the constable guarding Crippen looks like Peter Diamond, but perhaps too old?


          Amongst the gawkers being shooed away, I think the little man on the left is Middleton Woods.


          In this long shot, it looks like Pat Hagan is already nodding off under the lull of Sir Donald Wolfit's soliloquy, with John More just at the edge of shot. John Tatum is obscured by Oliver Johnston's judicial pate.

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          • A dynamic view of some jurors, including Pat Judge.


            Apparently they let siblings serve on the same jury, or at least did in 1910. Pat Halpin's expression I think sums up everyone's feelings about jury duty.


            And as the camera pans, and Pat wakes up, I think it's Bobby Wright sitting next to him.

            And that's just in the first five minutes.


            I'll close with a question: does anyone recognize the two ladies here in the gallery?

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            • Perhaps in 1954 The Sea Shall Not Have Them, but in 2017 we shall have them added to our lists:

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ID:	6757George Hilsdon as a distant corporal having a nice rest in the medical wing. That notorious scene-hogger Griffith Jones hogs the picture

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ID:	6758Sonnie Willis as a message-bearing corporal in a dubbed voice

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ID:	6759Patrick Jordan as a sergeant who gets the gen from wee blowhard but injured Ian Whittaker with Glyn Houston and Sydney Tafler dragged up on deck.

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              • In Women of Twilight (1952), the only male to get a screen credit is Laurence Harvey, so the twilight men include:

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ID:	6767 The 23 Club's manager, Liam Gaffney, doorman Bill, Harry Brunning, Inspector Yarrow of Scotland Yard, Ben Williams and his copper chum Bruce Beeby

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ID:	6768 René Ray's in the club in more ways than one in this film. Here's Emil Stemmler showing her, gulp, the way in

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ID:	6769 And here's her quarry Larry, singing a Ross Parker number with somebody else's voice. In the background, Ian Selby doesn't take much notice, although he does take more notice later in a couple of courthouse crowd scenes, where Horsey-Face is also present

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ID:	6770 René may be Larry's lady friend, but it's Len Llewellyn who is giving him the look

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ID:	6771 But it's Larry now who's giving waiter Billy Wilmot the look.



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                • At that courthouse:

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ID:	6773Arnold Bell is having a ding-dong with another barrister

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ID:	6774 René's not going to chime with reporter Cyril Conway

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ID:	6775 And solicitor Geoffrey Goodheart has a clanger to drop.

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                  • The result of that dropped clanger:

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ID:	6777 A visit to prison where Jack Arrow is on duty

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ID:	6778Arthur Mullard as well. Soon poor Larry's got a drop ahead of him too

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ID:	6779 The lad delivering this telegram, which has good news in it at last, is most likely Robin Dowell

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ID:	6780 But does the doctor examining René, Roy Russell, have news of a similar kind?

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                    • Twenty-one years on from The Medicine Man, George Spence manages to stay awake for a wedding intended to contribute towards The Happiness of Three Women (1954), though it doesn't work out that way:

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ID:	6787 Patricia Burke also looks on anxiously, therapy for her own problem, it seems.



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                      • The Iron Maiden (1962) has already been covered by Gerald

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                        Rally Patron - Norman Fisher, Jack Ross, Fred Machon, Frederick Kelsey, James Ure, Ernest Blyth, Esme Smythe, Neil Osborne, Alf Casha, Ann Jay, Muriel Greenslade, Robin Burns, UF34, UF35, UM13, UM29, UM52, UM79, UM80, UM103, UM121, UM123
                        Lord Upshot's Board Member - Robert Vossler, UM61
                        Waiter - UM12
                        Hotel Guest - Ray Schock

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                        • Tigon Man
                          Tigon Man commented
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                          Just watched this one, but couldn't spot Ernest Blyth or Robin Burns. Which rally are they at? the early rally or the later Woburn rally?

                      • Originally posted by philly View Post
                        The Iron Maiden (1962) has already been covered by Gerald

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                        Rally Patron - Norman Fisher, Jack Ross, Fred Machon, Frederick Kelsey, James Ure, Ernest Blyth, Esme Smythe, Neil Osborne, Alf Casha, Ann Jay, Muriel Greenslade, Robin Burns, UF34, UF35, UM13, UM29, UM52, UM79, UM80, UM103, UM121, UM123
                        Lord Upshot's Board Member - Robert Vossler, UM61
                        Waiter - UM12
                        Hotel Guest - Ray Schock
                        Many thanks for those extra extras, philly!

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                        • Knocking us out with Cosh Boy (1952):

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ID:	6829 Magistrate Walter Hudd has up before him Weakling Mum Betty Ann Davies, Cosh Himself James Kenney, Easily-Led Cosh Ian Whittaker and Loudmouth Mum Hermione Baddeley. Copper Robert Gregory and Richard Nellor look on

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ID:	6830 James and Stanley Escane are about to have an "innocent" game of draughts at the youth club, where it's the turn of Tony Castleton to look on and consider if he should whip that chair from under James's backside

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ID:	6831 Having a good look at the arrival of Joan Collins must be, according to IMDb, Chelsea captain and England international Roy Bentley, third right, as James hurries to get some unwelcome news from her and the lad second right says "cheese"

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ID:	6832 And looking on at a wrestling match before heading off to wait at table is Paul Phillips, left on the middle row. It looks a bit like Jim Morris in the centre by the door, but when the fag smoke swirls around him, I don't think it is.

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                          • I'm pretty sure this one has been done before and it's certainly covered by Movie Dude, but coming too for Father Came Too! (1963) are:

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ID:	6893Jack Carter at the counter of Stanley Baxter's travel agency

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ID:	6894 Additional pedestrians on the Beaconsfield Studios backlot as traffic warden Arthur Mullard deals with Stanley and Sally Smith, much to the satisfaction of Anita Sharp-Bolster and Geoffrey Dunn include Fred Stroud and Harold Coyne. Peter Evans is in this scene too and later can be seen again as an archbishop in Leslie Phillips' pageant

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ID:	6895Paul Beradi gets a look-in as Arthur gives Stanley a look-here.

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                            • At Leslie Phillips' auction:

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ID:	6897Frank Harper and previously-sighted Richard Nellor (who gets an angry [dubbed?] line) join Sally

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ID:	6898 Snooty Anita and Geoffrey are joined by an equally snooty Mabel Etherington in the background between them

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ID:	6899 And when Geoffrey puts in a last desperate bid, "Peter Evans' brother" and at the back right, Maxwell Craig, join in to watch. The previously-sighted Fred Woods joins them on the left.

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