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  • Michael heads off to the British Legion:

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    Where Barry Johns has got there before him

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    I think it's Lindsay Hooper on the right at the table in the foreground

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    And certainly Jim Brady playing darts, much to Michael's surprise for some reason. Maybe Jim got double top?

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      Here, it's John Warren as Joe the barman and Wallace Bosco having a swift half

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      Walking swiftly past Michael and his pal Anthony Oliver and their incredibly inappropriate discussion about their wives is Pat Halpin

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      It finally occurs to Mike that he might be a good idea to involve the police to help find his missing wife. Station Sergeant Charles Victor is a cheery and helpful bobby and John Wilder a silent background tec.

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      • Not many sightings to be had amongst the blood and guts of Straw Dogs (1971), but:

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        Edwin Fowles on the left with a nose-blowing Dustin Hoffman watching Peter Arne play darts with Jimmy Charters (previously sighted by Movie Dude) in the background and Peter Vaughan downing one of many drinks he consumes in the film. Probably a set at Twickenham.

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        • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
          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".
          Howdy, been out of loop lately, but can tell you the guy on the phones is Reg Turner.

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          • Originally posted by Dave W View Post

            Howdy, been out of loop lately, but can tell you the guy on the phones is Reg Turner.
            Welcome back, Dave! Well, I knew it wasn't David Suchet

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            • Keep it Clean (1956) has been covered.
              Additional sightings

              Folies Audience Members - Jimmy Millar, Vic Hagan, Frank Howard (stuntman), Eddie Eddon, Ken Buckle, Gordon Humphries, Jack Cooper
              Commitee Member - Toots Pounds
              Stagehand - Jack Sharp

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              • Originally posted by philly View Post
                Keep it Clean (1956) has been covered.
                Additional sightings

                Folies Audience Members - Jimmy Millar, Vic Hagan, Frank Howard (stuntman), Eddie Eddon, Ken Buckle, Gordon Humphries, Jack Cooper
                Commitee Member - Toots Pounds
                Stagehand - Jack Sharp
                A film which, by accident or design, has no credited director of photography.

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                • Dave did an excellent job on Behemoth the Sea Monster (1968), recent knowledge has led to my finding a few more

                  Mourner at Funeral - Dan Lester
                  Connaught Hotel Guest - Gordon Humphries
                  Policeman - Jack Silk
                  Man on Ferry - Jimmy Cains, Jimmy Millar
                  Ferry Crewman - Arthur Sandifer
                  Ferry Crewman falling into the water - Jack Cooper
                  Man at Tea Stall - Bernard Foreman, Charles Stevenson
                  Motorbike Cop - Jack Silk (again), Jeff Silk
                  Navy Officer - Eric Wetherall
                  Army Soldier on Motorbike - Pat Meehan
                  Soldier - Philip Johns
                  Man in Crowd - Vic Taylor, Ken Hutchins
                  People Fleeing Monster - Pat Meehan (again), Tex Fuller, Jack Cooper (again), Edith Raye, Redmond Bailey, Jack Carter, Steve Donahue
                  'Fried' Soldier at Gun Post - John Ketteringham

                  Jack Cooper plays three different people running and falling from the monster, in a striped top, a plain top and in a great coat.
                  Last edited by philly; 4 September 2018, 06:22 PM.

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                  • Fragment of Fear (1970) has already been covered by Aveleyman and Movie Dude via Scott Palmer, but I thought I'd add some more pieces:

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                    Ken Hutchins being a gentleman and letting his girlfriend mind the gap in front of him

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                    Tommy Little ignoring the gap altogether

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                    And it's so gloomy inside, Alan Cope can't see the gap at all.

                    Apparently, there was a accident with this train during filming and leads David Hemmings and Gayle Hunnicutt plus some of the extras suffered slight injuries.



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                    • At Nino's trendy trattoria:

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                      Nino (Kurt Christian) has enlisted the services of Paddy Smith (and there's some background flambé action going on earlier in Paddy's vicinity)

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                      Another real waiter in his swag outfit is Gerry Judge. Arthur Lowe's unhappy about the ham not being on the bone and Gayle's just unhappy generally

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                      David has left Nino's in a paddy and encounters George Curtis and chum in the street

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                      David's encounter shortly after with Gerry Crampton and Peter Brace in a mews is enough to get anyone in a paddy.

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                        Back at the trat, two more out-of-work cat burglars enlisted by Nino includes Vincent Fleming on the left. His weary fellow on the right seems familiar

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                        David meets Major Daniel Massey in another dining establishment where barman Reg Thomason can just get his nose over Dan's shoulder

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                        The wing-collared and dickie-bowed waiter is Fred Stroud.

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                          Escaping the gentile atmosphere, Dave and Dan cross the road outside with the workman in white overalls getting a good camera glance probably Joseph Tregonino. The foreground blur . . .

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                          . . . is flag seller Mabel Etherington (who speaks too!) and her equally blurry flag-buying customer is Juba Kennerley. I assume, therefore, this wasn't shot on Aberdeen's Union Street

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                          It's always nice to finish with a wedding, but this one isn't very nice. Patricia Hayes and John Rae fear they're not going to get any cake when David and Gayle go to get hitched and it appears like dirty background looks come from Peter Roy between John and David.

                          The end cast list choice is rather fragmented too, with Hilda Barry included, but she doesn't make an appearance, and Columbus the friendly bird gets identified as "A London pigeon".

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                          • Not sure which is The Dominant Sex in 1937:

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                            But credited Dora Gregory with no role attribution as Mrs. Webster would dominate anyone with a face like that

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                            And I believe dominating height on the left comes from Robin Burns, towering over Billy Milton et al as an IEC worker.

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                            • The last episode of the 1990 series of IN SICKNESS & IN HEALTH shows the events leading up to, and at, the wedding of Alf and Mrs. Hollingbery:

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                              In the pub, barmaid Lee Richards finally gets some lines when she puts on display in front of Alf a nice wedding present or two at which Ken Campbell and Arthur English find it difficult to tear away their eyes. I think that's an older Tommy Little at the bar having a butchers too

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                              A treat for the stag do: Delilah the Stripper. Hugh Lloyd and Harry Fowler encourage Alf to actively join in the fun, with Charles Rayford just behind Alf

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                              Just behind Arthur and Hugh at the wedding is Kathleen Heath. She has a feeling this wedding's going to go the way of the one in Fragment of Fear . . .

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                              • Despite "WAM" being a two-part story for THE PROTECTORS, with an opportunity to flesh out characterisations, it still wants to spend much of the available time lingering on the locations, just to prove they've actually filmed at the places mentioned and not just dodged through the Elstree backlot. But in Part One before we get to Austria:

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                                Sonnie Willis is getting his boat train ticket at Victoria. Presumably he wants a smoking carriage. Sonnie can be seen in the distance a few seconds earlier wandering through the station concourse. It's frequently difficult in those type of scenes to spot supporting artists as opposed to genuine members of the public. The colourful blur is guest artist Jill Townsend.

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