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  • Watched The Two Ronnie's the other evening from 1976 and laughing along with Ronnie B. in the Round of Drinks sketch, I noticed Aileen Lewis. I think it might take a while before she gets her drink.

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    • Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post
      Watched The Two Ronnie's the other evening from 1976 and laughing along with Ronnie B. in the Round of Drinks sketch, I noticed Aileen Lewis. I think it might take a while before she gets her drink.

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      Excellent sighting. Is that Jay McGrath on the right?

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      • I didn't recognise any of the others Gerald and Alex wasn't with Aileen in the sketch.

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        • Most of Gold (1974) was filmed in South Africa, but during the brief visits to London:

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          Gerald Paris is there to welcome Bradford Dillman

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          And Guy Standeven is there to broker the price of the stuff.

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          • AGATHA CHRISTIE'S POIROT shows his hidden talents while investigating "Murder in the Mews":

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            He turns out to be an excellent golfer, getting the approval of crusty old Leslie Adams on the right.

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            • I have been offline a few weeks, wonderful caps there Gerald, especially No Love for Johnnie and Derby Day, it's Ken Lewington in front of Ned Lynch in one of the latter's capture's.
              Could Jack Mandeville's twin brother be Lionel Hamilton? he certainly looks his double in his Spotlight profile photo.

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              • Willow (1988)
                Spotted Fred Wood in the above film (as shown below) hooded person far left



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                • Hi Philly, I checked my Spotlight '68 and I see what you mean about Lionel, but he doesn't look as cadaverous as Jack to me.
                  Hoever, does movie dude have Geroge Spence listed as Tom Payne? http://movie-dude.co.uk/[TV]%20'Ghost%20Squad%202.8%20The%20Big%20Time'%20(196 3).htm
                  I watched "Murder in the Red Barn" as a cross reference and the jailer in that looks more like the man he's billed as Joe Baker, presumably assuming it's THE Joe Baker which the actor vaguely resembles.

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                  • Originally posted by philly View Post
                    I have been offline a few weeks, wonderful caps there Gerald, especially No Love for Johnnie and Derby Day, it's Ken Lewington in front of Ned Lynch in one of the latter's capture's.
                    Could Jack Mandeville's twin brother be Lionel Hamilton? he certainly looks his double in his Spotlight profile photo.
                    Thanks as ever, philly. The lookalikes and artists who used more than one name saga is a continuing one!

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                    • Although "It Was All Over in Leipzig", for the stunt boys in THE PROTECTORS, it's still tumbles and sunshine in Malta:

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                      John Sullivan as Nyree Dawn Porter's, er, cabin boy Joe. Towards the end of the episode, he's changed sides and firing rifles for the baddies

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                      Old Bill Cummings is still a glutton for Robert Vaughn's fists

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                      Ron Randell is encouraging us to see he's hired Alf Joint as another of his heavies

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                      And they're all joined by Rocky Taylor who has a trip over the balcony in store.

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                      • Dave's already explored The Captain's Paradise (1953), so not much to add except during a Gibraltar band recital:

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                        Hubert Hill far left and naval officer in the centre Dan Darnelli seem to have enjoyed the music more than Alec Guinness for he declares it is beddy-byes. Nicholas Phipps, Ambrosine Phillpotts and Celia Johnson are not as paradisiacally regimented as he.



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                        • Additional sightings to 1963 films that have already been covered.

                          Echo of Diana

                          Waiter - Arthur Sandifer
                          Barman - Alf Casha
                          Vardi's Bar Customers - Colin McKenzie, Joy Adams

                          Shadow of Fear

                          Bagdad Club Patron - Alicia Armstrong
                          Waiter - Alf Casha
                          Airline Passenger - Anthony Bailey

                          The Hi-Jackers

                          Lupin Café Patron - Charlie Bird, Anthony Bailey, Dickey Luck
                          Police Constable - Bill Rooney, Bill Hibbert

                          Live it Up!

                          Film Crew - Jimmy Scott
                          'Jazzmen' Drummer - Ron Bowden
                          TV Crew - Redmond Bailey

                          Walk a Tightrope

                          Bar Customer - Keith Peacock
                          Boat Man - Bill Rooney
                          Pub Customer (Undercover Policeman) - George Leech
                          Sat in Public Benches - Alicia Armstrong

                          Nothing but the Best

                          Pub Reveller - Michael Gambon, Brian Cant
                          Hortons Estate Agents Staff and Customers - Jimmy Cains, Ian Selby, Jack Hetherington
                          Pub Customer - John Timberlake, Ken Hutchins
                          'Huntsmans' Ball Patron - Edwin Fowles
                          Waiter - Louis Matto
                          Wedding Guest - Mary Maxted, Philip Webb,
                          Photographer - Fred Davis
                          Mr Lacey Site Foreman - Lindsay Hooper

                          Bitter Harvest

                          Man in TV soap advert - George Holdcroft
                          Pub Customer - Mary Maxted, Bess Rogers, John Howard, Vincent Fleming
                          Man in Magazine soap avert - Fred Machon
                          Club Patron - Jack Hetherington, Angela Kay
                          Waiter - Eric Henderson
                          Café Patron - Sandor Eles
                          Reception Guest - Geraldine Addison, Jill Goldston
                          Man Leaving Apartment Party - Ian Ainsley





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                            Peeking above the bar in Dudley Moore's dire 30 is a Dangerous Age Cynthia, is Victor Harrington. Thankful no doubt that the film has only 8 more minutes running time,,

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                            • Under The Raging Moon (1970):

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                              70s hairstyles are a sending-off offence on their own according to ref Joseph Tregonino

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                              A wedding is no good if there's not a few tears; Eric Kent ignores the blubbing

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                              The happy couple Theresa Watson and Geoffrey Whitehead have a hospital visit thereafter and the gentleman standing on the left is likely Mike Stevens.

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                                At the local fete, Dickey Luck is just lucky enough to get his face into shot between Gerald Sim and Michael Nightingale

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                                Gerald seems all a-glow at spotting Vernon Duke as Matron Margery Mason tries to interest Michael in a stuffed item

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                                Jack Arrow can shoot a mean dart too

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                                Malcolm McDowell meanwhile impresses Richard Atherton and Nanette Newman with his hoopla prowess.

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