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  • Tigon Man
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    It was difficult to pick out anybody from the grainy video transfer of the Squeeze (1977). But this is unmistakably Lewis Alexander, outside of Debenham's on Oxford Street. That's definitely not Aileen with him..

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Another payment from Account Rendered (1957):

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    Philip Johns as a detective rendering an account of suspects to Inspector Ewen Solon.

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  • Wood-TIMBER-Wood
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    the Ruling Class 1972
    Having just watched this film and in particular the that 15minutes being the only sequence I throught Fred might be in I have posted this image which I think shows Fres at the back on the left (with eyes cast down as a Corpse .... comments invited

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    There's "Double Jeopardy" for HANNAY when Jim Delaney turns up left foreground in court:

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    The jury foreman is Geoffrey Hodson and in the witness box is Cathryn Harrison, revealing much less in her evidence than she did physically earlier in the episode.
    Guilty for omitting Jim's opposite number in court:

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    Peter Roy in front of pontificating defence counsel Denys Hawthorne.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Two more previously hidden under the single sentences and general pretention that is Accident (1967):

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    The silhouette of Richard Atherton as Dirk Bogarde descends the stairs into Pinter's purgatory

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    And it appears to be Alan Harris in the foreground in Losey's lair.

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  • philly
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    School for Secrets (1946)

    Man with Umbrella - Bill Raymond
    Butler - Jack Carter
    Barman - Freddy Clark
    Man at Meeting - John Adderley, Jim Morris
    Gentlemen's Club Member - Frederick Kelsey, James Ure
    Man at Dance - Ian Selby

    The Sandwich Man (1966)

    Man in Queue - Eric Henderson
    Driver - Ned Hood
    Passerby - Fred Davis
    Cyclist - John Bailey
    Escapologist Audience - Len Llewellyn, Esme Smythe
    Lady with Parcel - Pearl Walters
    Hotel Guests - Ricky Dawson, Lou Morgan
    Ladies in Curlers at Street Party - Eve Aubrey, Iris Fry, Mary Waugh
    Man at Street Party - Peter Hannon

    Every Home Should Have One (1969)

    The voice over for the frozen porridge advert sounds like Arthur Mullard

    Church Choir - Eden Fox, Paul Phillips, Willy Bowman, Ned Hood
    Church Congregation - Eden Fox, Paul Phillips, Willy Bowman, Ned Hood (these four were in two places at once, in the Choir and Congregation), Louise Nolan, Mary Waugh,
    Advertisement Agency Employees - John Clifford, Anthony Snell
    Diner - Janice Hoy, Dennis Plenty
    Waiter - Alan Meacham, Andrew Andreas
    Man in Park - Frank Dreycot
    Clapper Boy - Robin Scott
    Passerby - Philip Stewart, Ron Watkins
    Party Guest - Tony O'Leary, Arthur Blake, Jack Purvis
    Presentation Audience - Jack Arrow, Muriel Greenslade, Ann Barrass, Ron Watkins (again)
    Board Member - Jack Carter, Fred Stroud
    Dwarf - Teddy Kiss, Jack Purvis (again)
    Onlooker - Peter Hannon
    Injured Bowls Players - Ian Selby, Billy John , Ann Jay, Pat Hagan
    TV Audience - Muriel Greenslade (again), Ron Gregory, Jay McGrath, Alan Harris
    TV Production Assistant - Geraldine Addison
    BBC Commissionaire - Will Stampe
    Counsel in Court - Eric Henderson
    People in Court - Tony Mendleson, John Wilder, Francis Baker, Leila Forde

    Love thy Neighbour (1973)

    Man at Bus Stop - Ron Blackman
    Worker - Len Conrad, Ron Gregory, Reg Thomason, Dickey Luck, Peter Hannon, Laurie Rose
    German Man at Airport - Peter Roy
    Man at Strip Club - Del Watson, Noel Flanagan
    Wedding Guest - Eden Fox, Reg Cranfield
    Restaurant Diner on Ship - Pearl Walters, Jay McGrath, Ron Gregory (again), Walter Henry, Rodney Cardiff, Bob Wright, Leslie Bryant
    Waiter on Ship - Harry Fielder
    Last edited by philly; 15th November 2019, 10:16 PM.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Originally posted by philly View Post
    Good spots Gerald, also top cap, Jimmy Millar behind Jack Hetherington, Andy Alston behind Nicholas Bruce plus Frank Andrews back left.
    Thanks, philly, although I think it's Richard Nellor looking round at John Mills rather than Andy Alston.

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  • philly
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    Good spots Gerald, also top cap, Jimmy Millar behind Jack Hetherington, Andy Alston behind Nicholas Bruce plus Frank Andrews back left.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Movie Dude's already had a big splash with Above Us the Waves (1955), so not many more to float here:

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    Most of the officers at this briefing have already been spotted, but I'd add Fred Davis in front of Philip Stewart, Jim Morris to picture right of John Mills and Hubert Hill behind him. Hubert's also to be seen as a German patrol boat radio operator (not a Tirpitz crewman). I think it might be Joe Phelps four rows back extreme right. I'd also point out the close proximity in the same scene of Victor Harrington and his chubbier-faced lookalike (just behind Philip Stewart)

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    At a gathering at Johnny Mills' training ship, among those uncredited with the credited is Dan Cressy, top right

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    It appears to be assistant Tirpitz engineer Aidan Harrington checking the instruction manual (or the script)

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    And when Johnny and co-hero Lee Patterson get ushered away on the Tirpitz, it's the appropriately-named Otto Friese on the left with his weapon out.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    There's "Double Jeopardy" for HANNAY when Jim Delaney turns up left foreground in court:

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    The jury foreman is Geoffrey Hodson and in the witness box is Cathryn Harrison, revealing much less in her evidence than she did physically earlier in the episode.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Although the identity of the yeti in Hammer's The Abominable Snowman (1957) seems well-established as Jock Easton and Joe Powell, the eyes in the close-up seem open to debate: Fred Johnson or John Rae?

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  • philly
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    Yes, he seemed to go by Sean in the 60's, he was credited as Paddy a couple of times in the 50's.

  • John Skinner
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    Philly, Paddy Brannigan:would this be SeanBrannigan, later head of the FilmArtistesAssociation?There's a piece about him in MichaelWinner's autobiography!

  • philly
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    Looks like John Clifford next to Reg, Tigon.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Originally posted by Tigon Man View Post

    Don't know who the startled bloke in the Ronnie Barker specs is, but next to him is Ernest Blyth. The fourth bloke along in the syrup, is that Vernon Duke? and finally at the end Lewis Alexander (Luckily with no Aileen) as these less than majestic specimens are all transplant volunteers..
    Ronnie Barker is Ned Hood, on the other side of Ernest is John Smart, then not Vernon Duke but Jack Armstrong in his own hair and then James Ure next to Lewis.

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