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  • Morning. I posted some of these pics on the old site but Gerald is the master of this craft and has spotted more people then me. If I remember correctly Fred Woods is a resident of the home and James Payne is the ambulance driver at the end.
    Last edited by Stonfan; 21st February 2018, 05:54 AM. Reason: I put ambulance man rather than driver.

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    • Originally posted by Stonfan View Post
      Morning. I posted some of these pics on the old site but Gerald is the master of this craft and has spotted more people then me. If I remember correctly Fred Woods is a resident of the home and James Payne is the ambulance driver at the end.
      Yes, Fred and Jim Payne are there - Jim's driving the ambulance when Malcolm McDowell first arrives at the home too. At the fete, others who might be in attendance include Roy Lansford and just possibly, from one rogue shot, Stonfan's pal Guy Standeven might also be there.

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      • Could this be the shot? I agree its hard to tell but as the self appointed leading authority on Guy Standeven in the UK I'd say it was him.
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        • Probably Guy, but pretty indistinct. Might as well have been Dracula with that barnet..

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          • Yeah it’s not a good enough shot. I might give Nanette a call and ask. We go way back. I passed her a plate in a 1987 Fairy Liquid advert. I was a Boy Scout in that commercial. Afterwards we all went to their house and Bryan cooked Paella while Emma and I played in the treehouse. Ah such happy, fictitious times.

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            • That's not the view that I thought might show Guy Standeven; I'll try and post that image in his own thread later.

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              • In "The Quick Brown Fox", there are a few lazy dogs for THE PROTECTORS to jump over, but also:

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                Morris Perry as a nasty Nazi finds henchmen on the continent are quite scarce so it's back to employing Alf Joint

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                Though new employee Jack Cooper won't be smiling in a moment as Nyree Dawn Porter is about to apply a sharp dig in the ribs, supervised by smirking Robert Vaughn.

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                • Out on the town on Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960):

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                  Alf Casha in the pub where Avis Bunnage and Peter Sallis are regulars, and know better not to touch those sandwiches, with the barman . . .

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                  . . . appearing to be Frank Pemberton . . .

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                  . . . though shortly after, Arthur Sandifer takes over, with George (Jack Smethurst) serving the pints

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                  And when Albert Finney goes for one last one (always a bad idea), Jack May and Jim Tyson are already at the bar swigging them down.



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                  • Later on in the club:

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                    Andy Alston is ordering his refreshment as Albert chats up Shirley Anne Field, who had better watch out as he's a pudding club expert

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                    As Albert uses his cinema chat-up, Alf Mangan and Ernie Rice are content to play darts

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                    Though at the fair, when Bryan Pringle discovers what has happened to his wife Rachel Roberts, brother Sergeant Frank Maher has a lot more than darts in mind for Albert.

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                    • Hungry Hill (1947) has already been climbed by Dave and Movie Dude, so there's not many more fossils to uncover:

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                      When the natives are revolting, to bosses' pack include Peter Brace in the centre between Dennis Price and Shamus Locke, ready for a scrap

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                      Jim Brady has previously been spotted as a miner, but he's also here centre foreground jigging to Dock Mathieson's fiddling

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                      Tragedy at the local copper mine frequently occurs in this one and Tony Quinn discovers his brother is no more, with Pat Hagan crossing himself on the right

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                      When the natives get revolting again, it looks like Harry Hutchinson in the centre of this group

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                      It's up to the next generation of bosses to quell the revolution, with Dan O'Herlihy doin' the speechifyin' with Ned Lynch by his side.




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                      • In the first episode of Paul Gallico's The Zoo Gang, Revenge: Post Dated from 1973, we find Aileen Lewis, dining in style at the Negresco, Pinewood.

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                          The glimpse of the hotel receptionist is brief, but it looks like Guy Standeven or possibly Paul Phillips?

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                          • Hmmm, Zooming in doesn’t help as the nose suggests neither Guy or Paul. It’s a bit blurry though so it’s hard to tell. In the cold light of day however I think it is Guy.
                            Last edited by Stonfan; 25th February 2018, 10:04 AM. Reason: Change of Heart

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                            • Originally posted by Stonfan View Post
                              Hmmm, Zooming in doesn’t help as the nose suggests neither Guy or Paul. It’s a bit blurry though so it’s hard to tell. In the cold light of day however I think it is Guy.
                              Looks more like Guy to me too.

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                              • Some of The Weaker Sex, so called in 1948:

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                                Helen Goss next to Ursula Jeans in the silk stockings queue

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                                Possibly Jack Arrow on sentry duty at the local docks

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                                And possibly Jack May delivering the milk on D-Day.

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