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Sighted: Ah There You Are!

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  • #46
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    Here's the two pictures I was referring to. Awful copy, looks better online

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    • #47
      Denis Quilley is "Held for Questioning" in SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE:

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      Andrew Carr is the station Sergeant Burke while Frank Windsor as Watt listens in behind Ronald Gough as Ron gives his DIXON OF DOCK GREEN and Z CARS police uniform another airing. Later, the sycophant serves up a cup of tea for the Chief Constable

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      Talking of whom, that double act of Les Conrad and Walter Gotell make their appearance, Walter being rather ghostly this week

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      And watching a ghastly garage are a police driver and his colleague Mike Stevens.

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      • #48
        Movie Dude has already covered this one, but doing some extra entertaining for us in The Entertainer (1960):

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        George Curtis catching up on the news in the Shepperton Studios railway canteen

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        Gwen Nelson gets a screen credit, but no role attribution, but here she is on the right enjoying a good old booze-up with Joan Plowright and Roger Livesey

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        Bringing on yet more booze is waiter Jack Hetherington.

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        • #49
          Roger gives the pub regulars a good old sing-song:

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          And they include Jack Sharp and James Ure

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          When the camera moves round, we can see Pat Hagan and Jimmy Charters (as ever) enjoying themselves and despite his bulk, we can only just spot the corner of the head of Jim Tyson right at the back

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          The rocking to the song allows for body movement and Fred Davis moves his body into sight.

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          • #50
            There's something about extras being drawn into pub scenes, because when Laurence Olivier and his wife née daughter Joan Plowright get to a London one:

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            It looks like Ned Lynch is coming between them

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            The reverse angle brings in thirsty Pat Halpin, vying with Larry for pork pie hat of the year award

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            Pat's accompanied by Bunny Seaman . . .

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            . . . . who in turn is followed to the bar by a flash that is Victor Harrington.





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            • #51
              Gerald, that could be Muriel Greenslade stood next to James Ure in 'The Entertainer. I am not 100% sure as i only know her by her Spotlight profile pic but the lady to the right of Jimmy Charters could be Gipsy Ellis. Gerald did you see James Villiers ? who is definitely in this, it was long in his own CV, the DVD version out there is shorter than the cinema release even taking PAL speed-up into account, i suspect it is cut.

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              • #52
                philly, Muriel did occur to me, but I am now utterly confused as to who she is and who she isn't! I did specifically look out for James Villiers, but didn't see him anywhere, so I think you'll be right and poor James ended up lying on the cutting room floor.

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                • #53
                  By various methods, I have attempted to post on here the last few pages of the old Sighted thread not saved in the archive, but so far without success. I can post some of the text, but not the pictures, although I have saved the pictures I posted on Photobucket.

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                  • #54
                    Blimey, I see some of the pictures have now disappeared. Server issues?

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
                      Blimey, I see some of the pictures have now disappeared. Server issues?
                      But they are visible on Firefox.

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                      • #56
                        The extra about whom there was some discussion if he was Larry Noble is in fact Maurice Selwyn, here as Movie Dude's UM149 in THE AVENGERS "Propellant 23":
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                        • #57
                          Sticking with THE AVENGERS, but this time "The Decapod", thanks to philly, we now know that Movie Dude's Unknown Male 14 is Richard Nellor and here he briefly is in the episode:

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                          Patrick Macnee lights up as naval officer Richard exits a conference room to join Victor Harrington and his ciggy

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                          And during the conference, as Paul Stassino gets something off his Balkans, Philip Madoc and Billy John sit impassively, doubtless desperate for a smoke

                          The above-mentioned Maurice Selwyn also appears in this episode, firstly as a diminutive dancer in a nightclub with a tall dancing partner (shades of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis) and secondly as a wrestling spectator.

                          Well done to philly for naming Richard as well as another frequent performer in THE AVENGERS, Frank Barringer, who was Movie Dude's Unknown Male 62.

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                          • #58
                            Always eager to pounce, is there a cap of the "diminutive dancer in a nightclub with a tall dancing partner"?

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by StoneAgeMan View Post
                              Always eager to pounce, is there a cap of the "diminutive dancer in a nightclub with a tall dancing partner"?
                              Here you are, StoneAgeMan; sorry it's not your dad Larry Noble who I remember well from the John Mills QUATERMASS and who was spotted a number of times in the old Sighted thread:

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                              Tall Patrick Macnee also dances with the diminutive Julie Stevens, one of his co-stars in the second series of THE AVENGERS.



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                              • #60
                                The Last Shot You Hear (1969) may be a run of the mill thriller, but it does offer some good screentime for two of our favourites extras

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                                Hyma Beckley as a guest at a book launch

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