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  • Great work Gerald!
    Dave will be pleased, John is also Dave's Unknown Male no 1

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    • Yes, great one Gerald! Ironic the extra I always called "JFK dude" was actually named John. Lawrence Harvey was in early cast announcements, but was either cut or recast.

      Could UM95 be Ken Buckle?

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      • Pounding the streets on a Nightbeat (1948):

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        Or rather, demob happy in this truck pounding the road, as well as Ronald Howard and Hector Ross second and third left, second right I believe is Larry Taylor

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        Happy to be thugs in a pub are H. Victor Weske and Jim Brady. A fight follows are Jim really gets stuck in, as well as thrashed about

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        In more sedate surroundings, Anne Crawford and Hector enjoy thrashing about the dance floor and it looks like Fred Davis on the left is having a good time too.

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        • At the local Palais de Danse:

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          We can see that joyful jitterbug Paul Phillips right of centre and we can see Paul again much later on as an attendant/patron at Maxwell Reed's Chez Felix

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          When Ronald and Christine Norden look for a quick exit, there's a not-so-joyful John Tatum staring them out

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          Ronald enlists in the police and runs in Michael Medwin, who, despite IMDb listings, is uncredited and doesn't play Rocky (that's Nicholas Stuart's role) but Spider. I think the station sergeant untangling the web is David Davies

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          When an inspector calls, it looks like Robert Brooks Turner.

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          • Christine has a song to sing and Sidney James thumping out on the piano to accompany her:

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            Peter Perkins sits this one out Chez Felix, and he can be seen earlier passing through the background in the other nightclub scene

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            But I am still totally befuddled if that's Muriel Greenslade eyeing Christine from the left. That's Ronald totally besotted eyeing from the rear

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            In a later chez scene, it appears to be Rex Garner checking the mark on the wine bottle as Christine whizzes by with her hair up

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            Her hair's down again for her last appearance chez, and it seems to be the turn of J. Neil More about to eye her up.

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            • The truly last and ultimate song from Christine:

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              Gets an admiring glance from Tony Mendleson

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              But an alarmed look from Pat Ryan. Also in this scene is "Peter Evans' brother" with dark hair and in a courtroom scene earlier on, the spectators with a variety of glances and looks include Horsey-Face.

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              • Omitted when on the Nightbeat:

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                Michael Hordern as the first training police sergeant proceeding in a forwardly direction.

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                • A miraculously hirsute Alf Garnett along with family attend a performance of Jesus Christ Superstar in the TILL DEATH US DO PART Christmas episode of that name broadcast on Boxing Day 1972:

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                  Bill Gosling and Lola Morice are also there in the background

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                  Though it's difficult to make out if that's Leslie Bryant or John Lynn about to be blocked by Lola. I think it's more likely to be Leslie

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                  Of course there's a pub visit soon after and old baldy Ernest Blythe is just the same as ever as the off-duty commissionaire sergeant

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                  Down at Alf's local, while he sinks another pint, another hairier than usual chap is Richard Atherton on the right.
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                  • Excellent find with Michael Hordern in Nightbeat Gerald, i have him as 'Scenes Deleted' in my 'Knights and Dames' notes, can't remember where from now probably Quinlan, i have amended now. Thanks!

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                    • Out of the army and into our sights for Demobbed (1944):

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                      Dennis Wyndham as the labour exchange manager phoning Equity to find out if it's advisable for Neville Mapp here to use the name "John Bentley"

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                      Norman Evans disguised as a waiter for non discernible reason gives his patter and thoroughly confuses bar patron Pat Ryan

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                      Anne Firth and John Bentley, er, no, Norman Mapp dance the night away, but surely is must be Muriel Greenslade resting on Norm's shoulder?

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                      Nat Jackley uses his giraffe's neck to look on as Arthur Hambling is nabbed in the forecourt by Robert Brooks Turner under the supervision of Inspector Noel Dainton.

                      Pamela Plant is listed on IMDb in this as a factory girl, but I'm afraid I wouldn't recognise her, StoneAgeMan. Jimmy Plant is credited as Graham, the demobilising sergeant and later factory foreman. Was he Pamela's father?

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