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  • #31
    Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post
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    From The Best House in London (1968), Aileen Lewis is unimpressed by the entertainment on offer at a children's concert.
    With "Peter Evans' brother" sitting next to her.

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    • #32
      Managing to get themselves into the telesnaps despite the episode itself having been wiped: Click image for larger version  Name:	S. Crewmen.jpg Views:	2 Size:	14.5 KB ID:	469


      Pat Gorman and Derek Martin as scurvy knaves
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      Vic Taylor practising for his upcoming Home Guard duties

      From DOCTOR WHO "The Highlanders" Episode 4 (tx: 07.01.1967).

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      • #33
        Chief Constable Cullen is "In the Public Eye" in SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE:

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        Though here it's Les Conrad as the private driver for CCC (Walter Gotell)

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        "Can I have my helmet back?" Fred Davis obliges

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        An inquest is held and Anthony Lang is on the jury

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        Richard Atherton and Freddie Wiles are agog to hear CCC's evidence. Gawn Grainger is not so sure.

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        • #34
          Whipping up The Wind of Change in 1961 and anticipating Les and Walter above:
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          Basil Emmott's moody lighting just about hides it's very likely Jeff Silk as Glyn Houston's police driver
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          Earlier, Edna Doré and Hilda Fenemore do the groceries down Portobello Road Market and Ned Lynch eyes up the talent. The Old Codger is in this scene too.
          Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 2nd March 2017, 08:42 PM.

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          • #35
            College Lodge Keeper for the Sons of the Sea in 1939 when he still was given dialogue to deliver:

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            Wallace Bosco has a tale of woe to deliver to Ian Fleming

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            Looking full of woe and exceptionally pale is poor old Leslie Banks and Scottish skipper John Rae doesn't look much healthier either. But don't blame the weather, but "Dufaycolor".

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            • #36
              It's not a Britmovie, but Midnight Lace (1960) is set in that never-never Hollywood London of the "cor blimey, gu'vor" school, set in the film's present, but somewhere in the 1900s, with pea-soupers, no NHS, Americanisms strewn around the place and John Williams as a pipe-sucking Scotland Yard inspector. But second unit filming was carried out in London and:

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              As Doris Day's double heads for her husband Rex Harrison's office building, Jack Dearlove comes out of it. He clearly has a twin brother because a few moments earlier in the sequence, Jack's seen by Admiralty Arch gazing up at an unwelcome adornment to Nelson's Column.

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              • #37
                Gerald in The Wind of Change last cap, the grocer is Lennard Pearce.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by philly View Post
                  Gerald in The Wind of Change last cap, the grocer is Lennard Pearce.
                  Many thanks, philly.

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                  • #39
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                    Walter Henry gets some action as an undercover cop at London Zoo, nicking Christopher Asante and Greg Hicks, whilst Nicholas Ball looks on in Hazell Gets The Bird (1979)

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                    • #40
                      It seems only one picture at a time can be uploaded today, which is very frustrating and has wasted a hell of a lot of time.

                      Gert and Daisy Clean Up in 1942 and cleaning up some uncredited cast one by one it seems:

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                      John Rae puts in another nautical appearance as a shipping agent for Ralph Michael's supply of essential food.

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                      • #41
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                        Purveyor of food, but only to the right type of customer, is sneaky Perry's shop assistant Linnett (David Keir)

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                        • #42
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                          As aggressive as ever is nasty neighbour Vi Kaley

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                          Surprisingly just and benevolent is magnanimous magistrate Aubrey Mallalieu

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                          • #43
                            Blimey, I got two on there now.

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                            Surprisingly just and benevolent too is Captain Scott, the usually aggressive Dennis Wyndham

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                            Not so benevolent are those tinned pineapple hijackers Leonard Sharp and Van Boolen (as Bill)

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                            At the docks, Ben Williams as Fred is in on the scam, but not copper Johnnie Schofield.

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                            • #44
                              Three that time!

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                              At the Christmas Party, Doris Waters as Daisy feels it incumbent upon herself to give a wartime tribute to the Merchant Navy, personified by Lindsay Hooper. Donald Stewart is the pompous mayor

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                              And during their final ditty, Elsie Waters as Gert and Doris don't quite manage to keep Jack May out of the picture.

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                              • #45
                                Loving the new look website. Its great to be back to share pictures of extra's. I spotted Roy Lansford and Bunny Seaman in Deja Vu the other day. This was Marianne Stone's last film and she was wasted in a tiny role. A shame as I'm a big fan of hers.

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