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    At that debs' party, Joseph Tregonino is one of the other waiters

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    As are Andrew Andreas and all of a blur, Louis Matto

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    A delight for the debs is Anthony (Tony) Snell

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    And a delightful deb is Juliet Harmer. Her soon-to-be co-star in ADAM ADAMANT LIVES!,Gerald Harper, is also in the film, very briefly and dubbed, in the Tony Caunter scene.

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      As the daftness gets even more pronounced, Frank gets chased by the police, including the promised Alan Stuart

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      He thereafter meets lady of the night Marianne Stone

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      Then as we give up all hope of narrative sense, we're suddenly back at the market again where Jimmy Charters eyes up Annette

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      And there's a good old sing-song of "Waltzing Matilda" that most gleefully join in, including Ann Barrass, but not Hein Viljoen, it seems. It might be Hugh Elton in the interesting knitwear.

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      • Three Spare Wives (1961) is an unfunny comedy from Danzigers, Three Sparse Laughs would have been a better title, at least the sight of a few familiar faces relieved the boredom.

        Man at the Airport - Gerald Paris
        One of Jocko's Harem - Sally Douglas
        Reporters - Hilda Green. Fred Peck, Len Llewellyn, John Tatum, UM20, UM189.

        This is a very rare film and the copy I was lucky to see wasn't in the greatest condition but I think George Hilsdon, Alan Gibbs and Bob E Raymond may have been reporters as well but the images were not clear enough for a positive i'd' unfortunately.
        The credits have Noel Purcell in this but he is nowhere to be seen, BFI have amended the credit to Noel Dryden which is probably correct, unfortunately I am not familiar with this actor.
        Last edited by philly; 5th November 2017, 03:20 PM.

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        • No sightings to report from The Running Man (1963), made out of Ardmore Studios in Ireland and with most of the location work in Spain and Gibraltar, but a hearing instead: Roger Delgado, who plays the Spanish Doctor, supplies the voice of the Spanish Bank Manager, at least in his first scene, and also the voice of the Spanish Shoe Shine Man. philly, Noel Purcell was in this one!

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          • There's a cut-price visit to the Court of Session in Edinburgh as a chapter in DR. FINLAY'S CASEBOOK called "Call in Cameron" (tx: 09.04.1967):

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            Bill Gosling looking positively passive compared to the scowling Colin Douglas and hangdog Eric Woodburn. The procedure and costuming of the courts scenes (there's one in the Sheriff Court too) is reasonably accurate, apart from that silly use of a gavel which has never been a part of Scottish courts.

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            • Originally posted by philly View Post
              The credits have Noel Purcell in this but he is nowhere to be seen, BFI have amended the credit to Noel Dryden which is probably correct, unfortunately I am not familiar with this actor.
              This is Noel Dryden in the 1936 Spotlight:


              Have seen him before, his CV is probably a lot longer than his sparse IMDb entry.

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              • Living Dangerously in 1936, albeit in one of His Majesty's institutions:

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                Appears to be Jack Vyvian on the right as a tattling trusty.

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                • Patricia Hayes as "Min the Housekeeper" is anything but in TILL DEATH US DO PART, and when Alf returns from the pub one night:

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                  He finds her in his house hoovering up his rum with Pat Coombs and here, Winifred Sabine.

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                  • Onto Episode 4 of OUR MUTUAL FRIEND and back having an animated pub discussion with Peggy Thorpe-Bates:

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                    David J. Grahame, who goes uncredited this time, despite having dialogue.

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                    • There Was a Crooked Man (1960) I think has been covered before, but not visually, so here are some (hopefully a few additional too) sightings:

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                      Norman Wisdom looks pleased with himself for making me sit through another of his films, and Cyril Kent is among those applauding my grit

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                      The cheering crowd includes Frederick Kelsey and the coppers are Dan Cressy, Robert Vossler and Johnny Wyne

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                      Most of the story is in flashback and here's Jim Tyson tucking into a big plate of spaghetti, hopefully with no blastback

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                      Norman's on the street, Totti Truman Taylor is with her dog and Gerry Judge is waiting again.

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                        Alfred Marks' Adolf Carter has villainy in mind with Timothy Bateson, Eddie Boyce and Fred Haggerty willing accomplices, but Norman elbowing in is not to the delight of Reed De Rouen

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                        But things go well for Carter Enterprises Limited and the board addressed by Alfred also includes philly's recently identified Ivan Santon and Joseph Tregonino and Jean Clarke (maybe Jack Dearlove as well)

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                        Tim, Norm and Alf pretend to be consultants, much to surprise of Guy Standeven

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                        Though for Norm, the operation's not a success, with Jack Silk among the bobbies about to stitch things up for him

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                        But when it's time for freedom, Norm has Percy Herbert get his case, Del Watson get his coat and Redmond Phillips get his collection.

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                          A. J. McKillup is the boss of the town of Sleath and has Susannah York as his personnel assistant. Norman's in the queue after George Curtis, who doesn't turn round, but gets a line and possibly a job too (see later)

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                          Norman of course is very taken with Susannah, more so than Dickey Luck in the background

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                          George Hilsdon tries to show Norman the ropes in McKillup's factory

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                          But of course the gormless one mucks things up from the moment he starts work and Sam Kydd, Robin Burns, Andrew Cruickshank (as McKillup), Brian Oulton and Jack Sharp do know it's not Christmas.

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                            McKillup's up to no good and has the whole town to swindle. Guess who unwittingly helps him? Joining Andrew and Brian on the platform are Len Llewellyn, Edna Petrie and Arthur Dibbs

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                            Lots of familiar faces to spot in these town meeting scenes, as well as two places at once stuff (eg. Reg Thomason is seen on the very back row as well as the front row). Also here, Arthur Sandifer, Ernest Fennemore, John Howard, Austin Cooper, Jimmy Charters and Edwin Fowles (who both get lines), George Spence, Philip Johns and Jack Sharp.
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                              Moving closer in, Aidan Harrington is partially hidden, two heads back from Norman and John Barrard, who seconds before was beside Norman and making a speech, is at the back

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                              That's Edwin Fowles doing his bit and Manny Michael is among the other kent faces

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                              Norm's left holding the baby and Andy Alston, who also gets a rant to shout, is towards the back of the right hand row.

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                                Brian's colleague Collins (John Kidd) lets slip some information that even our clueless hero eventually realises has a smell to it

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                                Investigating the pong are Inspector Leonard Sachs and the ever-odorous McKillup

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                                Over the garden fence is plod on patrol, and it looks like George Curtis got that job after all.

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