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  • Back at the Club:

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    Margaret Leighton has the experience of encountering two Bulldogs Drummond at the one table, Walter Pidgeon being the genuine article in this, plus there's Reg Thomson hovering over Walter's head, hopefully not like a pigeon

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    When Bob and Maggie do some dancing, someone else not a waiter is Louis Matto (left)

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    And when the two Drummonds leave the gents, Jim Brady can be found in Gerry's seat looking like Robert Vossler

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    Later, Peggy Evans visits a café where one of the patrons, although he never turns his head, I believe is Ernest Blythe keeping his jutting jaw out of camera view.

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    • Off to Hyde Park:

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      Where Jack May is in the crowd . . .

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      . . . though it's John Gabriel who gets to do the shouting this time. And clutching onto his pipe picture left of Miss Leighton is Charles Rayford

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      When Charles Victor arrives, Lindsay Hooper just manages to get into shot

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      Trying to avoid getting shot are the two Metropolitan Airport Control Tower Operators, Richard Johnson and Ivan Craig. Harold Lang is on the left and with Bob Beatty also there above Richard, we get another picture of two future Bulldogs Drummond at once.



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        The next picture is of duped pilot Anthony Forwood, who casually turns over a million in gold as well as letting someone walk under the wings of his plane. Dashed careless, what, Captain Drummond?

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        But the customs men are about to rumble them. On the left is another daring detective, Dick Barton alias Noel Johnson and his colleague appears to be Walter Horsbrugh.

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        • Gerald, I watched the Department S episode Who Plays the Dummy? again last night. Terry Sartain appears twice, firstly
          as a guest at the "formal reception" (in white jacket, around 20.40) and third right in your capture at the original thread:



          Holding binoculars close to their chests are 'Spanish Colonel' Raymond Young & 'NATO General' Patrick Waddington.


          I recognised the uncredited Carol Cleveland in my recent viewing of Every Home Should Have One (1970)
          and have a feeling her companion might be Garrick Hagon, who later starred in ITC series The Adventurer:



          Confirmation at her website that Carol plays the role of 'Suzy' but nowhere else. surprisingly. I'll add it to her IMDb credits.



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          • Many thanks for that, cornershop. Glad to see you back. Seeing a back or anything else is difficult with the weather in Footsteps in the Fog (1955), but as it clears, in addition to those spotted by Movie Dude a while back:

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            At the soaked graveside of Mrs. Lowry, the previously-sighted Fred Davis looks suitably mournful as Arthur Howard delivers his prayer, but I pray that's Muriel Greenslade on the right

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            When servants Norman Macowan and Marjorie Rhodes return home, I think that's George Mossman as the coachman

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            We get to Percy Marmont's magistrates' court with Stewart Granger in the dock and the previously-sighted Harold Sanderson in front, but there's P.C. Frank Atkinson at the door

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            Stewart and Bill Travers look anxious as Jean Simmons is grilled by Peter Bull, but she gives as good as she gets and John Adams, Sonnie Willis and Ned Hood are about to run a titter round the court

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            Stewart's anxiety continues with the eyes of George Curtis also on Percy as he delivers his verdict.

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            • At the offices of Messrs. Travers & Lowry:

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              Bill (no relation) is looking depressed and Dan Darnelli is looking quizzically at him; there's also a model ship for its thread

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              But William Hartnell's looking extremely pleased with himself as he encounters Bill, and that's the long and short of it. Through the bars, I think that's the former Ned Hood Richard Nellor and the head clerk Hedges who has his head pointing away from us is Erik Chitty.

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              • Brazil (1985)

                Fred Wood Slowly appearing in shot in these screencaps from Brazil



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                • I was re-watching The Way Ahead again recently, and wondered about the identity of the actor who played Truscott, a new recruit along with the established actors such as Jimmy Hanley, Stanley Holloway, etc.. He isn't credited but has a fair number of lines at the beginning of the film before being faded out because he's not one of the "chosen seven". Here's a screen-grab -- anybody got any ideas? Click image for larger version

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                  • I don't recognise him, Geoffers, but good to see you on here.

                    The Green Man (1956) has been covered before I think, and Aveleyman and Movie Dude have super pages for it, but here are a few extra extras:

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                    In the preamble, after Alexander Gauge has announced a bumper dividend to the shareholders, including Louis Matto far right, he's bumped off

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                    Alastair Sim secretly plots when Raymond Huntley makes a boring speech; Arthur Dibbs has cleverly secreted himself right at the centre of the back row

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                    Here, we see more clearly the previously-sighted Paul Phillips, but also the forehead of Victor Harrington on the left and the fully-jowled face of Philip Stewart.

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                    • A number of the extras get a couple of gos in the film:

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                      One of the most blatant is in the ship launching sequence, where Mabel Etherington can be seen on the platform, which no doubt is creaking courtesy of the shy and retiring Willoughby Goddard. Though in shots before and after this, she is seen in the crowd below standing next to Alastair and even wearing the same togs

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                      Another go for Paul Phillips too, as Dr. Richard Wattis sadly informs him his throat is not up to delivering any lines in this film

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                      As we exit The Green Man, exiting the Green Man are various guests, including Lola Morice and Eddie Boyce.

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                      • It's A Woman Alone (1936), but here it's three old crones together:

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                        With Florence Harwood as the middle gossip at the Manor House Ball in St. Petersburg

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                        And serving a court martial summons is that Cossack boyo from the Steppes of Glamorgan, Ben Williams.

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                        • The morals in The Morals of Marcus (1935) are obviously so suspect, none of the supporting cast get role attributions, so to add to those already identified on IMDb:

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                          In Syria and browning-up for the disgusting Mustafa Pasha (D. J. Williams) and the villainous Hamdi (H. F. Maltby)

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                          En route to England and nosing-in for the fussy Professor Klaus Gruber (Arnold Lucy)

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                          Hiding for Lupe Velez and orders for James (James Raglan)

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                          Explanations by Mrs. Collins (likely Agnes Imlay).





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                          • Else is "Outback Bound" in the opening episode of series 6 of TILL DEATH US DO PART (tx: 31.12.1974), with Dandy Nichols film bound too, as she's not in any electronic studio scenes. Also on film:

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                            Edwin Brown as a bewildered airport policeman with equally bewildered members of the public in the background

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                            And in the airport bar, as Rita Mike and Alf drown their sorrows at Else's departure, there's Keith Ashley as the barman and, noted in some uncredited cast lists, I think that's our mate Harry Fielder as the chap in the parka ordering a few swift ones.

                            IMDb has the credited but role-unattributed George Tovey down as "Man in Airport Lounge", but he's not and he is in fact the voice of the neighbour who talks to Alf in an earlier scene as he sits on the outside loo.

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                            • Heavens Above! (1963) has been covered before, i have a few additions

                              Opening Narrator - Peter Sellers
                              Townsman and Townswomen - Walter Henry, Lindsay Hooper, Edna Petrie, Fred Davis, Ray Schock, Ursula Granville, Anthony Bailey, John Lynn, Hilda Green, Ron Watkins, Mary Maxted, Bill Rayment, Philip Johns, Paul Phillips, Dave Griffiths, Maurice Bush, Keith Denny, Pat Symons ,Jack Ross, Alan Gibbs, Aileen Lewis, Harold Sanderson, Fred Stroud, Ned Hood, Bob Wright, Bill Strange, UF's 16, 22, 38, 56, UM's 8, 17, 36, 55, 63, 74, 78, 82, 84, 88, 95, 100, 121, 125, 128, 146
                              Secretary - Pat Lewis
                              Policeman - Robert Vossler, Joe Phelps
                              Waiter - Robert Vossler (again), Eric Henderson, UM103
                              Tramp - Lindsay Hooper (again), Cyril Kent
                              Reporter - Lindsay Hooper (again, again), John Howard, Bill Hibbert, John Tatum, Terry Sartain, Jay McGrath, Neil Osborne
                              Bank Clerk - Lindsay Hooper (again, again, again)
                              Prison Warder - Fred Davis (again)
                              Train Station Porter - Kenneth Warren
                              Minister - Tom Macauley
                              Butcher - John Timberlake
                              Men in the Dole Queue - Bill Rooney, Del Watson, UM146 (again)
                              Cameraman - Pat Judge, Del Watson (again)
                              Gypsy Boy - John Langley
                              Man Entering Cinema - Don Archell
                              Church Congregation - Frederick Kelsey, James Ure, Billy John, UM101
                              Man with the Bishop - Richard Nellor
                              Choirboy - Kenneth Gouge
                              Space Station Worker - Ron Watkins (again), Joe Dunne, Gerald Paris
                              Striker - Ted Bushell, Andy Alston
                              Diner - UM13, UM81
                              Marcher - Jimmy Scott, Arthur Sandifer
                              Banner Holder - George Lane Cooper
                              BBC TV Producer - Fred Stroud (again)
                              Sightseer at Gypsy Camp - Jim Tyson, UM93
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                              • Click image for larger version  Name:	 Views:	1 Size:	11.8 KB ID:	38112 Lance Percival in the congregation listening to Alec Guiness as Father Brown
                                Last edited by Freddy; 15th September 2017, 09:42 PM.

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