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    It's the History Memorial Lecture, which will certainly go down in memory as historic. Here, Terry-Thomas spouts fatuous observations as Sharon Acker glares and Jack Armstrong arrives

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    At the Lecture, among those credited and already sighted, I can see Harold Coyne, John Payne and Tony Castleton

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    There's the usual musical chairs between shots, so Harry Van Engel now has a seat, Tony Castleton has moved across the hall, seated next to possibly Eric Thompson, with John Howard and Fred Stroud appearing too. Anthony Ainley is supposed to be in this scene, but I can't spot him. Pauline Chamberlain is there, though, after an earlier conga appearance at the ball

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    And so then we get to the end, with a special guest appearance of Mabel Etherington's bloomers, which I hope she paid for.

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    • Was Mabel arrested for theft in real life once? I'm sure you have made a reference to this before.

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      • A few years ago, cornershop I think it was unearthed an old newspaper clipping about Mabel being done for I believe handkerchief shoplifting. Though I suppose in Lucky Jim it's knickers skirtlifting.

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        • That's a great story. I'd love to see that article. I guess the life of a post war extra wasn't that lucrative after all!

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          • Gathering to watch Legend of the Werewolf (1975):

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            Are various peasants, including Lola Morice and Bill Gosling

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            Not so sure if the chubby smiler is Leslie Adams

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            The anything but smilers are Hugh Latimer as the Minister and Roy Lansford as his aide, as John Harvey is being sniffy about Professor Peter Cushing's finds to Stefan Gryff

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            Out for a quiet evening stroll through the empty Pinewood Parisian streets and you come upon Richard Atherton who's been careless drinking his tomato soup.

            I believe Harry Fielder is in this film, and there are relatively few extras used, but sadly I couldn't spot him.

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            • Great Caps as always Gerald especially All for Mary and Lucky Jim

              I think it's Geraldine Addison with Bunny in the first film and Gerald Anderson with Richard Gregory.
              In Lucky Jim
              614 Cap 5 Esme Smythe left of James Ure
              616 Cap 2 Esme Smythe next to Jean Anderson, David Storm next to her, behind Esme and David a trio of ladies Mary Maxted, Pearl Walters and Angela Kay, 3rd from back on the right aisle Philip Johns.
              Last edited by philly; 9th October 2017, 10:07 AM.

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              • Thank you, philly. I knew there were more to be found in the Lucky Jim pictures.

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                • Non-Stop New York (1937) is a brisk crime thriller on a giant flying boat with Francis L. Sullivan trying to eliminate witness Anna Lee. Among the other witnesses/suspects:


                  I think the officer with ship's captain H.G. Stoker and Lee could well be Unknown Male 108 (Peter Evan's brother), though as Philly points out, he might be too tall.


                  The balliff on the left, though, is certainly a very young Philip Stewart. And could that be the young old codger sitting?


                  Taking the tickets for the fatal flight is George Spence.


                  And one of the reporters interviewing child prodigy Desmond Tester is Phyllis Roberts.

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ID:	39723 I couldn't find Guy Standeven in The Shining but here's Aiden Harrington in the lobby of the Overlook Hotel.
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ID:	39724 Then we see Aileen Lewis as Jack heads off to his interview.
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ID:	39725 As he rings Wendy to tell her he's been successful, Aileen has moved seats. Guy is probably somewhere in the ballroom but I couldn't find him.

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                    • The Skull (1965) has been done before, but often further viewings yield additional sightings:

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                      Passing by Patrick Wymark as he heads to Peter Cushing's palatial pad looks like Alan Gibbs.

                      April Olrich plays the girlfriend of doomed Maurice Good in the film's prologue, but it sounds like she's dubbed by Nikki van der Zyl.

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                      • Passing again through Passport to Pimlico (1949) and lazily pinching images from Movie Dude, to whom I apologise:

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ID:	39818 Crowd member sticking out his ears Harry Terry

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ID:	39820 Power walker at end of film Ernie Rice.

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                        • Don't know if this is a new sighting, but it wasn't on IMDb, so thought I'd post it:


                          Disconsolate Reg Thomason hauls a headless Stuart Saunders back down the mountain in The Trollenberg Terror (1958).


                          Otto Friese shows up in the last reel to shoot the breeze while waiting for the crawling eye to show up.


                          Could this be Philip Locke on the left helping make Molotov cocktails?

                          Jack Hetherington also has a walk-by as the stationmaster, and when Richard Golding talks to the search plane, it sounds exactly like Auric Goldfinger, so he must have been dubbed by Michael Collins.

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                          • Good sightings (and listening), Dave. I think that's Philip Johns rather than Philip Locke.

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                            • I suspect and will take The Risk these are some of the uncredited in Suspect (1960):

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                              Tony Britton and Virginia Maskell make a quick cinema exit before the National Anthem comes on. Philip Stewart just smokes away, but comes back later in the film as a scientist on parade during Raymond Huntley's simpering ceremony

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                              Constable George Hilsdon on patrol along Letsby Avenue

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                              At that ceremony, Peter Cushing, Tony and Kenneth Griffith are men in white coats joined by Robert Bruce, Virginia, "Peter Evans' brother", Richard Gregory and Aidan Harrington. Aidan may also play an ambulance man towards the end of the film

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                              Getting closer to Tony and Virginia, we also see Jack Armstrong, Hyma Beckley and John Wilder freezing their test tubes off. At least Mr. Cushing has a nice full rug on to keep his bonce warm.







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                                There's some underhand goings-on, which surely Tony must realise when he encounters Donald Pleasence in a bowler. Looks like Joe Beckett in the background keeping his head down

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                                Keeping his glass tight is Reg Thomason as Virginia rushes into the pub. Reg is in every one of the four or five pub scenes in this film, lucky squire

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                                Donald changes his headgear when taking Tony to a secluded house, which just happens to be Little Park House at Shepperton where the film was based. The doorman looks like Bill Rayment

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                                Thorley Walters has borrowed Donald's bowler for this police raid, where the welcome sight of officers include Joe Beckett again, Joe Phelps and Bill Baskiville. Sam Kydd keeps well behind

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                                Donald obviously does not consider the arrival of P.C. Dan Cressy a welcome sight at all. I'd empty that glass quickly, Donald.

                                Nice to see John Payne and Margaret Lacey getting screen credits as well as dialogue in this one. Ian Wilson is legitimately in this too, small but silent.

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