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  • Some foolish manager has engaged Alf Garnett to be his store Santa IN SICKNESS & IN HEALTH:

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    Not only does Alf call a mother something you might find in an English meadow, but he tells the children there's no such person as Santa Claus. Cy Town looks terribly upset. He must've needed a drink or three to recover because in a later pub scene, Cy can be seen again propping up the bar.

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    • Joining in the 1970 Melody and S.W.A.L.K.:

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      Rag and bone man Will Stampe

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      Boozer Iris Fry, with Melody herself (Tracy Hyde) outside the window

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      Additional boozers Jimmy Charters and Jack Carter and I think Anthony Baird at the door and Melody still hanging around outside

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      Plus alfresco boozer Jack "Kid" Berg. Melody's been looking for her dad, and he's the lovely Roy Kinnear. Her admirer in the film is Mark Lester, whose dad is played by the equally lovely Keith Barron, but for some reason, Keith's not credited. Also uncredited is a dozing Dido Plumb in a nice sequence involving Mark and Oliver! cohort Jack Wild.

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      • Moving onto the twits who teach at the school attended by Tracy, Mark and Jack:

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        Enjoying a bit of exercise with two of is his delightful charges is Harold Coyne

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        In the more relaxed, but no doubt smoke-filled atmosphere of the school staffroom, this is about the only shot we get of Jack Dearlove. He seems to be about to put on a gown, although in the film only nitwits James Cossins and Ken Jones seem to favour them

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        And here is James in his, along with gownless if not gormless Mr. Saunders (Gerry Judge).

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        • Harry Rule has a party if not a ball when there's "A Kind of Wild Justice" in THE PROTECTORS:

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          Dennis Plenty looks pleased to see Yasuko Nagazumi is bringing plenty more drinks

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          While standing relatively evenly is Guy Standeven, back in the series for another party.

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          • There's a big crash at the end of The Sleeping Tiger (1954), in which the tiger awakes (and makes a poster appearance):

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            The lorry driver involves seems to be Joe Powell

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            Alexander Knox is heading down the slope, but the male rubbernecks are Wallace Bosco (previously sighted by Dave, who has also spotted many others earlier in the film), Eddie Boyce and Harold Sanderson

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            Dirk Bogarde can give no aid to Dr. Knox and Harry Van Engel gets that chin of his in their way. At the back, I think it's Aileen Lewis who dashes about, hair flying, but at least she's still wearing a mink coat.

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            • The only regulars I could spot in Pope Joan, 1972, were Victor Harrington as a courtier who appears in this one good shot and Guy Standeven as a monk very much in the background.

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              • Dear Stonfan
                You might spot a few more here from Pope Joan 1972, aside fro Fred Wood standing around

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                • Joseph Tregonino? centre left with moustache in the crowd scene

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                  • and Rita Tobin Weske and Cyril Kent (possibly in black wig in front of Fred Wood ) Is that Michael Leader at the front behind Rita?

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                    • Living up to its name, there's a lot of smoke in Tiger in the Smoke (1956) and I feel that many of our regulars are passersby, but we just can't see them. However:

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                      As Donald Sinden chats up Muriel Pavlow, the light headgear favoured by Gertrude Kaye here signals it is indeed her in the railway station entrance hall

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                      David Aylmer as police detective Simmons looks on enviously at the lovely tasteful jacket favoured by Gerald Harper (although there is a plot point about it)

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                      Still at the nick, it looks like Stanley Rose has been nicked by P.C. Colin McKenzie

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                      And detective Howard Lang is ticked off by the usually blithe DCI Christopher Rhodes by a door that looks like it's been nicked from a hospital set.



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                      • Talking of hospitals:

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                        It seems that Aileen Lewis has had to lower her sights and work for a living as she imperiously marches past that even more blithe detective Victor Brooks, playing Owens

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                        In need of a hospital soon will be those at the other end of this French rope, along with gendarme Johnny Rossi on the left trying desperately not to burn his hands as Christopher pulls it far too rapidly for his liking.

                        An uncredited Marianne Stone is listed as being in this, but I didn't spot her through the dry ice.

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                          Jill Goldston in the flowery get up observes how to wangle a free teasmade off salesman Neil West and manager Colin Starkey a la Alf Garnett with Alan Renwick looking on. Jill has this down on her list as TILL DEATH US DO PART, but in fact it's the first episode of the third series of IN SICKNESS & IN HEALTH (tx: 22.10.1987).

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                          • Through all that haze in Tiger in the Smoke, I forgot to add:

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                            Violet Gould in the middle getting her fruit and veg from Dandy Nichols while Stratford Johns is proceeding in a fogward direction.

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                            • Not much to see in the funereal The Man Who Liked Funerals (1958):

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                              Detective Sergeant Michael Bird arrives with two coppers in tow, Arthur Howell being the one on the right

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                              Leslie Phillips is well dressed for the burial, er, premiere of this epic, with Rex Garner behind the policeman (Arthur again maybe?) looking cold and miserable and wishing he'd stayed in his nice warm restaurant.
                              Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 23rd March 2018, 08:41 AM.

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                              • Some medieval blooms for Tudor Rose (1936):

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                                Fisherman Jack Vyvian has some tall stories to tell his noblemen bosses

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                                I think the old codger shouting his nobleman head off on the left, no doubt in Welsh, is the lovely-named Fewlass Llewellyn

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                                Edward VI's attending physician on the right, due for the chopping block soon I suspect, is Henry Hallatt

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                                And Queen Mary's loyal subject, due for a knighthood even sooner I suspect, is Allan Jeayes.

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