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  • Nyree Dawn Porter, her put-on poses, glamorous gazes and costumes changes has to say "Goodbye George" all by herself as the other regulars are absent from Venice and THE PROTECTORS for this one. The Venetian police do some illicit bugging:

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    Arnold Diamond encourages his colleague to listen in. IMDb says he's David Suchet (), but he looks more like Pat Meehan to me. So maybe it's "Goodbye David".

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    • Heads we sight in Heads - We Go! (1933):

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      The Hotel Splendide receptionist who is astonished to hear Binnie Barnes' news looks like it's a young Dino Galvani

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      When Constance Cummings pretends she's a Hollywood star (), leading the admirers with the Milk Tray is Paul Sheridan. Miss Barnes and Gus McNaughton can only look on from the sidelines. The bearded gentleman on the right with flowers might be Bernard Rebel

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      I suppose everyone's looking young here, including diner Frank Forsyth on the right

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      But moreso than all of them, Robert Rietty as the telegram boy. His father Victor Rietti is the Hotel Splendide manager, but no credit for either of them.

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      • Those who could be classed in this as The Hireling in 1973 include:

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        Ernest C. Jennings, dubbed as the butler of Lady Franklin's mother

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        Perkins the oddjob man handing over heavy volumes to Robert Shaw is George Hilsdon

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        Malcolm in the middle is Christopher Douglas (in this scene is his later co-actor in "Penda's Fen", Ian Hogg)

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        And boxing referee Mr. Pettifer is a nervous Don McKillop.

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          Don is understandably nervous as in front of him is the boxing club committee which includes King Frown himself, John Tatum

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          Happily Mike Reynell is more thoughtful.

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            Arriving at the boxing tournament the committee agree to stage is Charles Rayford on the left

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            Robert clears the way for Sarah Miles as Bill Westley is content to sit and ignore the No Smoking sign

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            Tony O'Leary clears out of the way (and leaves early)

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            And Les Conrad and Sergeant James Muir just stare (but stay the course).

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              Sarah continues her frequent "on the verge of" performance, as observed by the elderly gentleman on the right, Arthur Goodman

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              More committee members: on the right next to Mike Reynell appears to be Dennis Plenty as Dr. Henderson, who gets a line or two to say

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              No lines, but grimly determined - is that Zelda Tatum next to King F?

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                Peter Egan arrives late due to "constituency business" (with his girlfriend), with John Timberlake in the flat cap taking advantage of a stare right down the camera lens

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                Peter does the "excuse me, excuse me, sorry" bit with Byron Sotiris doing a Tatum face in the background.

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                  At The Avon, a snooty restaurant, Sarah and Peter find out (i) each other is interesting and (ii) the headwaiter is Reg Thomason

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                  Sarah hosts a luncheon party, minus Reg, but plus Peter and gossiping old goat Robert Sansom

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                  The servants here we see are butler John Kidd and housekeeper Patricia Lawrence.

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                  • Peter holds a press conference:

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                    And the journalist showing face looks like Reg Cranfield

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                    Peter leads the press out, with Jack Arrow in hot scoop pursuit

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                    Wielding his camera, if not wearing Loki's headgear is Cy Town

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                    And wielding a screen credit as well as her dog, but not wearing a role attribution is Alison Leggatt as moaning old Mrs. Druse.

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                    • Already Covered is Ronald Shiner vehicle Not Wanted on Voyage (1957), a few more...
                      Ernest Blythe already mentioned as a passenger is also spotted as a man on shore waving off the boat in the company of the also spotted Ernie Rice who makes a second appearance as an arab in the Casbah!

                      Steward - Ray Schock, Dan Cressy
                      Passengers - Dan Cressy (again), Fred Nicholas, Ken Lewington, Lee Fenton, Robert Vossler, Norman Morris, Dennis Carnell, George Holdcroft, Bess Rogers, Victor Harrington, Dan Darnelli, Martin Voss, Otto Friese, Miles Silverton
                      Seaman - Max Faulkner
                      Disembarking Relative/Friend - Fred Berman
                      Moroccan Policeman - Dan Cressy (again again)
                      Ship's Officer - Maurice Bush

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                      • I spy in I Spy (1933):

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                        Cot D'Ordan as the little Hotel Marianne guest amused by the antics, if not the appearance, of Andrews Engelmann as he gets hit . . . by a hot water bottle

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                        Little also is C. Denier Warren as the cheerful waiter who code name NBG Ben Lyon has taken to call Alphonse

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                        Still little in another boyhood appearance is Robert Rietty, this time as the hotel pageboy.


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                        • I’m in awe. Genuinely, I know I can be sarcastic but never dismissive, your knowledge is second to none. I don’t even know who these actors are but you identify them so well.

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                          • Well, maybe a few more recognisable faces to Eyewitness from 1956:

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                            Michael Craig tunes in his new telly only to get a blast from Godfrey Winn about matrimonial money

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                            Michael's missus Muriel Pavlow gets a blast of admiration from soldier Patrick Westwood and his toothy chum

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                            At the Coronet Cinema, usherette Marianne Stone is determined to help gloveless Barbara Archer, although boyfriend Cyril Chamberlain has a blast of criticism at the ready.

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                              No blast of the horn from bus driver Stratford Johns, though I'm sure he says more than just "blast" . . .

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                              . . . when you see what happens if you don't observe the Tufty Club rules. Harry Van Engel rushes to help

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                              Down the local, John Preston gives us a smile as Lionel Jeffries gives his pal the gen on how to exercise discipline. Michael Craig is not impressed.

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                              • At a crime scene:

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                                Frederick Treves brushes up the safe if not his Shakespeare

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                                And David Morrell takes a few snaps and possibly a few ginger ones from the tea tray.

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