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  • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    Little Vi Kaley in the front of the ration queue. The lady second right is Kay Lewis, who is credited, but there's no role attribution for her
    I presume that you know that you can add cast members to the IMDb even if you don’t have a character name. Just add them with a description of the character like “Woman at the front of the ration queue”.

    You said that she was credited. Don’t forget to add the attribute (uncredited) if they aren’t

    A lot of older films used to list minor players without detailing their roles. The IMDb are aware of that.

    ​​​​​​ Steve

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    • The Captain's Table (1958)

      The BFI have Jeanne Roland under her real name Jean Rollins.

      Attributions - Steven Berkoff is a passenger attending the Beauty Pageant, Oliver Reed is a passenger at the Masked Ball, still no sign of Harold Coyne. David Aylmer is also an Officer at the Officer's Briefing.
      Fred Griffiths is still listed at IMDb as the plumber, Gerald pointed out in 2013 it was actually Arthur Lovegrove.

      Bearded Quartermaster on the Captain's previous ship - John Warren
      Officer - Frank Maher,
      Seaman - John Warren (again)
      Bridge Player - Harry Drew
      Passenger - Dan Darnelli, Jack Mandeville, Norman Lambert, Pat Hagan, James Ure, Austin Cooper, Joy Adams, Fred Davis, Bob E Raymond, Max Latimer, Terry Sartain, Muriel Greenslade, Arthur Dibbs, Robert Gregory, John More, Fred Machon, George Holdcroft, Billy John, Arthur Goodman, J Neil More, Tony Spear, John Smart, Mary Maxfield, Paul Berardi, Ernest Blyth, Graham Tonbridge, Lisa Peake, Les White, Sheila Aza, Tony Castleton, Pauline Chamberlain, Eileen Harvey, Ken Hutchins, Hyma Beckley, Esme Smythe, Guy Standeven
      Parson - Norman Fisher, Vic Hagan
      Steward - Pat Hagan (again), Bob E Raymond (again), Cyril Kent, Jack Armstrong, Ian Selby
      Child at Party - Ross Yeo
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      • Off to Edinburgh now to meet Greyfriars Bobby The True Story of a Dog (1961), or rather, the Disney version of him:

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        Puir Auld Jock (Alex Mackenzie) hasn't got long to go, but an unusually sombre Jimmy Charters in his smock looks purposeful enough. Costume designer Margaret Furse admirably eschews a display of tartan everywhere

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        Disagreeable diner Andrew Crawford is more than sombre when Bobby puts his paw prints all over his meal

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        This, however, just amuses the other diners, including Hubert Hill in the hat and it may be Frank Forsyth foreground right. The boy waiter is Hamish Wilson

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        Mine host Laurence Naismith hopes nobody notices the stewed cabbage has been around for a week now. Peter Evans on the right definitely is tasting something peculiar.





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          Old codger (more anon) Wallace Bosco lifts a boot when Bobby lifts a leg

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          Searching for some trees to leave a message for Auld Jock, Bobby hobbles over cobbles and it looks like Bill Rooney heading his way

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          Poor Laurence has to sweep up the aftermath of Bobby's visit and Constable Ian Macnaughton makes sure he doesn't put his foot in it.

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            All out of Freda Jackson's crummy dosshouse (well, with one notable exception); Ernie Rice makes his way to the nearest gutter for breakfast

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            And Dido Plumb has all his worldly goods on his face, down his neck and under his arm

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            Other charmers at Freda's pad include Gerald Lawson and John Dunbar.

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              It's no secret to disclose Auld Jock has paid the piper, although surprisingly there's no bagpipe blaring going on. Leading the cortege is Robin Burns

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              And here's the real Old Codger coffin carrying with John Lynn

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              Donald Crisp is the cemetery keeper and looking grave is digger Jim Brady.

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                Laurence has supplied the luncheon needs of Norman Fisher

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                But Terry Sartain is certain he's not going to supply Vincent Winter any of his

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                Outside, bookseller Stott (Roddy Hughes) and Laurence think they've spotted something Bobby has left behind.

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                  Up before the Burgh Court for fouling the pavement, Laurence can't quite hide behind his whiskers, nor can Juba Kennerley

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                  As the whiskers advance, Dan Darnelli keeps Juba company

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                  And John Breslin (also the film's dialect adviser, despite his comin' frae Glesga) notes it all down. Is that Tony Mendleson in black wig keeping him company?

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                    Laurence holds the floor of the court and holding onto their seats include Barbara Bruce (behind Juba), Ernest Blythe at the back, with Donald Crisp on the other side of the pillar, Ernie Rice back from the gutter and Hubert Hill right foreground back from lunch. Behind Laurence . . .

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                    . . . who obligingly turns his head, we can see it's Hyma Beckley, in part of the true story of a diminutive extra.

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                    • Looking at this one again from Second Best Bed (1938):

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                      Second best guess: I'm not sure if it is Eliot Makeham or lookalike O.B. Clarence. He sounds more like Eliot, but perhaps looks more like O. B..

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                      • Child in the House (1956)

                        Roulette Player - S.M.Wood, John Howard, Alicia Armstrong
                        Passerby - Jimmy Cains
                        Party Guest - Pearl Walters, Charles Clay, Fred Nicholas
                        Mrs Sweetwater - Julia Nelson

                        The Scamp (1957)

                        Juvenile Court Official - Bill Raymond
                        Juvenile Court Usher - Pat Hagan
                        Mother in Court - Renee Heimer
                        Pub Customer - Jimmy Millar, Edwin Fowles, Mabel Etherington
                        Barman - Fred Davis
                        Mike's Girlfriend - Marie Devereux

                        The Mouse that Roared (1959)

                        Narrator - Peter Sellers
                        Child in Cart - Lynn Williams
                        Fenwickian MP - Jack Cooper, Marcel De Villiers, John Timberlake, Nigel Bernard, Peter Evans, James Ure, John More, Richard Nellor
                        Fenwickian Soldier - Jack Cooper (again), Frank Howard (S), Jack Sharp
                        Fenwickian Citizen - Roy Everson, Marcel De Villiers (again), Richard Nellor (again), Jack Dearlove, Ernie Rice, Arthur Sandifer
                        Dancers in Underground - Vicky Marshall, Geremy Phillips
                        Man in Underground - Jack Carter
                        American Civilian - Murray Kash
                        Man in Subway - Pat Hagan, Peter Evans (again), Ernie Rice (again)
                        Frenchman - Marcel De Villiers (again,again)

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                        • Supernatural shenanigans for THE PROTECTORS when they encounter a "Burning Bush" on 18th January 1974. A different type of story written by Trevor Preston, but the 25 minute running time gives no opportunity to set up a creepy atmosphere or explain away the apparently weird happenings. Happening to be one of the cult disciples:

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                          Is berobed Hilda Green.

                          And it spookily happens to co-star a studio technician's hand and wristwatch somehow hovering in mid-air:

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                          The cross lady is a possessed Madge Ryan.

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                          • Yesterday's Enemy (1959)

                            British Soldier - Paddy Hayes, Frank Singuineau, Del Watson, Joe Powell, Eddie Powell
                            Dying British Soldier - Geoffrey Bayldon
                            Burmese Villager - Marie Yang AKA Madame Yang

                            Operation Amsterdam (1959)

                            British Seaman - Alan Rolfe
                            Flower Seller - Helen Ford
                            Flower Merchant - Philip Johns
                            Diamond Merchant - Ernst Walder
                            Dutch Resistance Fighter - Cyril Kent, Frank Howard (A), Stephen Zammit
                            Dutch Soldier - George Lane Cooper, Dickey Luck

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                            • There's a lengthy uncredited cast list on IMDb for Expresso Bongo (1959) and loads and loads more brilliantly provided by Dave and philly, but to add a few more to the frothy beat:

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                              Not quite going baldly where no man has gone before, I think it's likely to be Hugh Cecil exiting the Intime Theatre as Martin Miller tries to cadge some dough off Laurence Harvey

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                              The Cliff Richard-traumatised teenagers don't see Joe Beckett operating BBC camera 1 on the right. Cliff and the BBC are not the best of chums anyway

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                              That's Jack Armstrong politely taking down everything fading star Yolande Donlan says as Geoffrey Frederick, John Gayford, Tony Castleton and Patricia Lewis are among those hoping she doesn't mention trousers

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                              Other clothing items do come off in the Intime Theatre, where Bill Rayment serves the smelling salts, Larry comes a-bustling in and Fletcher Lightfoot sticks his chin out.







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                              • Idol on Parade (1959)

                                Stanley Beard plays a Corporal an assistant to Burton Bassett (not attributed at IMDb), didn't spot Eric Corrie, Ian MacNaughton or John Cowley.

                                New Recruit/Soldiers - Terence Maidment, John Adderley, Ken Lewington, Del Baker, Max Latimer, Jimmy Lodge, John Ketteringham
                                Theatre Audience - Geremy Phillips, Vicky Marshall
                                Cinema Audience - Jimmy Scott, Philip Johns, James Ure, Tony Spear, Fred Davis, Ann Jay, Alicia Armstrong, Jack Armstrong, Ursula Granville
                                Photographer - Ronald Clarke, Frank Howard (A)
                                Reporter - Freddy Clark, Clive Dunn, Keith Banks
                                Schoolgirl - Theresa Maynard
                                Officer - Norman Johns, Dan Cressy
                                Onlooker - Dan Cressy (again)
                                Blue Cockatoo Club Patron - Jimmy Lodge (again), Dennis Carnell
                                Plate Juggler - Billy Milton
                                Record Shop Customer - Les White

                                Windom's Way (1958)

                                Villager Holding Baby - Marie Yang
                                Injured Villager - Jimmy Vaughan
                                Villager - Myo Toon

                                The 39 Steps (1959)

                                Vicky Harrington plays a Schoolgirl (just listed as Child at IMDb)

                                Man in Theatre Audience - Roy Everson, John Smart, Hyma Beckley, Pat Symons, Joy Adams, Dennis Carnell, Tony Mendleson, Pat Hagan, John Timberlake, Vic Hagan, Joyce Everson, John Wilder, Paul Phillips
                                People in the Park - Pamela Chamberlain, Philip Stewart, Norman Fisher
                                Onlooker - Muriel Greenslade, Arthur Dibbs, Ernest Blyth, Helen Ford
                                Theatre Usher - Prudence Hyman
                                Train Passenger - Jimmy Lodge, John Payne, Eric Henderson
                                Steward on the Train - Fred Davis
                                House Guest - Roger Maxwell
                                Schoolgirl - Theresa Maynard, Amanda Coxell
                                Deyective - Fred Machon

                                Too Many Crooks (1959)

                                The vicar isn't Gibb McLaughlin it's Kenneth Kove

                                Lady in the Street - Eileen Harvey
                                Man in the Street - Harold Sanderson, John Adderley
                                Fireman - Charlie Price
                                Man in Court - Jim Morris, Pat Halpin, Bob E Raymond, Charles Rayford
                                Constable in Court - Martin Voss
                                Official in Court - Jack Hetherington

                                The One that got Away (1957)

                                Corporal - Gordon Harris
                                BBC Announcer - Frank Phillips
                                British Soldier - Norman Johns
                                German P.O.W - Eddie Eddon, Ernest Fennemore, Tony Castleton, Terry Sartain, David Birks, Dickey Luck, Tex Fuller, Fred Berman
                                Lady at Train Station - Pat Lewis
                                Canadian Soldier - Charlie Bird, Ernest Fennemore (again)
                                Telgraph Office Worker - Charles Rayford
                                Last edited by philly; 19th November 2018, 08:04 PM.

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