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    In the arrivals hall, Aidan Harrington, well, arrives. I have a feeling the back of head and sticking-out ears gentleman may be Alan Gibbs

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    John Sullivan and Fred Peck anxiously wait for their arrival. Maybe they should've held up a sign?

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    There are signs that Leslie Crawford's going to be bleeping under the beady eyes of Alicia St. Leger and Jack Armstrong as well as security man Joe Dunlop.

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    • The cafeteria in Spain is mainly on the police radar:

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      Where barman John Clifford and customer Peter Firth try to look all innocent

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      Although THE PROTECTORS are on genuine locations for "Implicado", I think we can see there's a couple of scenes shot on the Elstree backlot and Harry Fielder is implicated thereat as a police officer.

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      • I suppose we must say I Thank You to Arthur Askey for letting us spot in 1941:

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        Ben Williams as a disgruntled job applicant encountered by Richard "Stinker" Murdoch

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        Noel Dainton as a police sergeant who checks out the stink from Arthur, Richard and Lily Morris

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        Charles Rolfe as the ARP Warden who puts his light on to reveal Issy Bonn.

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        • Then there's:

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          Daft Addie Seamon and drunk Felix Aylmer having a whale of a time whizzing around Lily's sitting room, much to the amazement of police detective George Spence on the left

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          Down at the shelter show, Hyma Beckley is there on the left to encourage Lily to start waiting at the church

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          And Lily's encouraged to slam the church doors after she gazes down on the right to Jack May.

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          • The cast list of the Battle of Britain (1969) and Scott Palmer has well over 200 uncredited names for it in his book Second World War Films of the 1960's
            Attributions for some of them

            Tony Allen - RAF man in the Plotting Room
            Ernest Blyth - Civilian Watching Battle
            Victor Croxford - Refugee
            Jack Dearlove - NCO in the Plotting Room
            Mo Dunster - RAF man at Air Station
            Pat Hagan - Engineer
            George Hilsdon - RAF man in the Plotting Room
            Lindsay Hooper - Home Guard
            Gertrude Kaye - Refugee
            Cyril Kent - RAF Man in the Plotting Room
            Simon Lack - RAF Officer
            Alf Mangan - Man in Air Raid Shelter
            Lou Morgan - RAF Man at Air Station
            George Oliver - Refugee
            Harold Sanderson - RAF man at Air Station
            Terry Sartain - RAF Man at Air Station
            Frank Schock - Man in Air Raid Shelter
            Sadie Slade - Radar Operator
            Byron Sotiris - RAF Man in Plotting Room
            Philip Stewart - Man in Shelter
            Harry Tierney - Observer with Churchill in the Plotting Room
            Graham Tonbridge - Refugee
            Joseph Tregonino - Refugee
            Derek Waring - German Pilot

            I didn't see Maureen Lipman operating Radar or anything else, i think she may have been mistaken for Illona Linthwaite

            Additional Sightings
            RAF man in Shelter - Norman Morris
            Refugee - Daniel Brown
            WAF in Plotting Room - Mary Maxfield

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            • They seek them here and they seek them there and in The Seekers (1954), sought out are:

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              Non-aggressive crewman Denis Shaw on board the Beckett, under the command of exceptionally aggressive (though beardless) Francis De Wolff as Captain Bryce

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              Heads up for bearded Revenue Man Tony Thawnton, down for clean-shaven Bill Cummings (I think) and in the air for the bodiless fellow on the right

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              When Jack Hawkins heads back to New Zealand, this time on the Adventure under the command of Fred Johnson, he gets hitched to Glynis Johns with Alf Mangan hitched up higher than everyone else on the left. Noel Purcell has hitched a very distinctive wig on his bonce.

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              • Almost belonging to the Actors You Didn't Expect to See Together thread:

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                Jack with Kenneth Williams before he started to carry on, with Max Faulkner browned-up in the background to bolster up the Maori Pinewood population

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                Jack checks his contract about saucy double entendres from supporting actors, as Anthony Chinn second right also pretends to be antipodean.

                Not so sure about this:

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                Could the crewmen facing the stern of the Beckett boat be Joe Wadham and Jim Brady?

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                • Voyage of the Damned (1976)
                  IMDb has both Bernard Kay and Bernard Kaye as the Cuba Harbour Pilot, it is the former.
                  I didn't see John Tatum dancing on the St Louis, i did see him dancing with a big smile on his face in a Cuban Bordello.
                  I seemed to have missed Pauline Chamberlain, Movie Dude doesn't have her either, she could be on the extended version released in 1986 on Channel 5 Video, it runs 23 minutes longer, Carl Duering also seems to have been chopped.
                  Emily Bolton plays a Bordello Girl as does Vikki Richards.
                  Frances Baker plays an important part as Mrs Johnson, the wife of David De Keyser's character Joseph Johnson, including travelling to Spain to film location footage.
                  A pair of prominent proboscises here (Will Bowman and Leslie Bryant) sadly no Reg to make the trio.

                  Brown Shirt - George Lane Cooper
                  Passenger - Phil Parkes, Willy Bowman, Alan Bennett, John Smart, Jack Dearlove, Sonny Willis, John Wilder, Alicia Armstrong, Jack Armstrong, Walter Henry, Renee Heimer, Jimmy Millar, Jay McGrath, Jack Hetherington, Fred Stroud, Fred Woods, Kaye Power McGowan, Anthony Lang, George Hilsdon, Dan Darnelli, Edwin Fowles, Jerry Baker, Del Baker, Ian Selby, Leslie Bryant
                  Crewman - Byron Sotiris, Mike Reynall, Joe Dunne, Gerry Crampton
                  Bordello Patron - Alan Harris, Bob E Raymond, Jay Denyer, Ivan Santon
                  Steward - Tony Allen
                  Last edited by philly; 25th September 2018, 04:53 PM.

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                  • When THE PROTECTORS are on a "Dragon Chase":

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                    Mature Oxford student Robin Scott is going to rely on his bike for transport as Donald Houston shoves his son Bruce Robinson upstairs

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                    At The Carfax Theatre, it's Kenneth Colley who shoves stagehand Gerald Paris out of the way, the previously-sighted and always-expansive Eric Kent having blocked the passage.

                    Also previously-sighted is our chum Harry Fielder who gets some fisticuff and driving action in this one.

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                    • Although Margaret Lockwood suffers from Madness of the Heart in 1949:

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                      Poor old Frederick Kelsey is in just about every scene set at Kensington Air Station months or years apart, so he's suffering from madness of the airlines. Maurice Denham and Paul Dupuis are accordingly happy to exeunt with Margaret

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                      Far left Roy Everson suffers Frederick's fate too (in fact it's Frederick's head and hat just over the shoulder of Jack McNaughton as newsagent Sam) who's serving Betty Blake and M. Paul

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                      Margaret is pained to have lowered herself to travel by common omnibus where the flat-capped passenger on the right is the far more comfortable George Spence. Jack Sharp may also be a passenger, but it's not clear enough to be certain.

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                      • Margaret marries into French aristocracy:

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                        With Raymond Lovell as a big count with Pat Hagan (earlier dancing as he often did) just over his shoulder. It might be Richard Gregory second left on the half landing checking his texts

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                        Local musicians and dancers entertain the guests, including Charles Hammond left background

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                        The life of a French aristocrat is not easy for Margaret, especially when the nurse (Ann Heffernan) reminds her in front of Thora Hird and husband Paul she's forgotten her suppositories.

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                        • Back at that dratted crowded air station:

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                          Thora and Margaret encounter Marcel Poncin, but not Jack Mandeville who's hurrying through the throng as if he's going somewhere

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                          Margaret is certainly going, and thrusting Gertrude Kaye out of the way, nearly knocking off her hat

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                          The cheesy ending is a bit like the "cast laugh" in the tag scenes of old American TV dramas. I think that's Jim Brady second moustache on the left trying to grin.

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                          • There's a touch of porn when David Jason visits The Red Mill Club strip joint during White Cargo (1973):

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                            With Arthur Goodman as the white-haired perv in the centre

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                            More pleased pervs include Tony Castleton (with Reg Thomason behind him, although Reg is also simultaneously seated behind David in the first picture), Alan Gibbs and Fred Peck and in front of Eden Fox . . .

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                            . . . is Paul Phillips as usual

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                            The civil servants not at all interested in the club's on-goings of course are Tim Barrett and Hugh Lloyd and they are too busy talking about business to see Bill Westley strolling by.


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                            • Some of these roughs in Diamond City (1949) have been put up some years ago, but here's another go now that we know more names and director David Macdonald was so generous in panning across the crowds:

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                              Looking like Buffalo Bill, Dido Plumb on the right

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                              John Blythe tries to ready two drunken fighters with no success, and Johnny Rossi second right isn't volunteering to take their place

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                              Meek Bill Owen is head of the queue and Chris Adcock next to him does want his place.

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                                Hal Osmond, Fred Haggerty and Jack Sharp are happy to hear John's spiel

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                                But even happier to hear Diana Dors' are Peter Brace, Arthur Mullard, Manny Michael and Daniel Brown. Could that be Peter Avella between Peter and Daniel?

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                                It's a more solemn affair at a kangaroo court, and so early that John Adams (right, second row from front) isn't the policeman on duty. Hats by Tom Mix.

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