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  • To be added to the Stars on Parade in 1935:

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    Leonard Sharp introducing the main garbled speaker for the evening, Edwin Laurence

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    And at the Mystic Club, back row on the left, Harry Terry ignores Sergeant Robb Wilton and bloodhound Doctor Watson as he prefers to watch the banal magic tricks of Horace Goldin.

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    • Whilst on the hunt for Guy Standeven in Never Take Sweets From a Stranger (1960) I came across several of our prolific friends. Set in Canada but filmed in the UK there are probably others but these are the ones I can name. Looking at this bust of Felix Alymer is Pat Halpin as a party guest.
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      This one is debatable but I think this is Walter Henry on the far left also as a party guest.
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ID:	57185 On jury duty is (the already on IMDB for this) Ernest Blythe and Tony Mendleson.
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ID:	57186 Outside the court having a nose is Mabel Ethrington.
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      • Here's George Hilsdon in some sort of judicial role.
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ID:	57190 John Tatham as a policeman.
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ID:	57191 and (drum role please) the legend that is Guy Standeven as a barrister.
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        • Excellent sightings, Marcus. I did this one a few years ago and missed most of these, including Guy. I also see now Joe Phelps as an ambulance man in the John Tatum picture and the balding head of Louis Matto in the Guy one.

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          • ... Guy Mills and Frank Littlewood bookending the back row of the jury plus Philip Johns in the Mabel Etherington pic and Eddie Eddon in the Dido Plumb cap.

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            • Thanks guys. I knew the real experts would find more. I only really remember the 'faces'. The Juba Kennerley's and Dido Plumb's of this world.

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              • I have a charity shop copy of Batman (1989). Had a look for Guy but failed to spot him. He's likely in the party scene at the Wayne Mansion along with the likes of Roy Lansford. Will take another closer look.

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                • Yeah, I couldn’t find him either. Roy gets loads of close-ups though.

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                  • Most of the scripts for THE PROTECTORS "Talkdown" to the audience, but this is a (very) slightly better one:

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                    Here Darren Nesbitt and his sideburns make a return to the series for a facedown with Robert Vaughn, with police driver Joe Wadham as referee in the middle.

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                    • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

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                      And Micky Clarke second left with a peek-a-boo Nyree D.P. with her standard stony face behind him.
                      I now think it's not Micky, but Malcolm Johns.

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                      • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
                        Most of the scripts for THE PROTECTORS "Talkdown" to the audience, but this is a (very) slightly better one:

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                        Here Darren Nesbitt and his sideburns make a return to the series for a facedown with Robert Vaughn, with police driver Joe Wadham as referee in the middle.
                        This picture is a classic example of how a relatively small leading man such as Robert Vaughn, can be made to look taller by camera angles.
                        In reality Derren Nesbitt is a couple of inches taller than RV, but in this scene he is made to look up to the leading man..

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                        • More pieces for The Jigsaw Man (1983):

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                          In an airport passport queue, suspicious Russian "diplomats", including Morteza Kazerouni and Robert Austin, are followed by Bill Burns and James Muir

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                          Harold Coyne gives a made-over Michael Caine the piercing stare when he tries to enter the country

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                          For followers of the sainted Guy Standeven, he not only gets dialogue here with Lord Olivier, but a character name of Albert, the club steward

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                          Ambulance man Ron Gregory has to be satisfied with simply blocking out his lordship's face as he carts off a stiff to the mortuary.

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                          • Nice work Gerald. Marcus will be pleased to see the Guy picture.

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                            • I certainly am.

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                              • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
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                                I think the passport official who gets all the lines as Harold Coyne scowls is Raymond Mason.

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