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  • Gerald Lovell
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    I think at least some of the images of Movie Dude's UM10 (e.g. from Kind Hearts and Coronets, Geordie, Above Us the Waves and One Good Turn - more pointed nose, minus a cleft chin) could be this gentleman:

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    John Withers, who plays the credited role of Sandy in Nor the Moon by Night (1958).

    No other sightings from the film, but a listening: Tim Turner provides the brief narration at the film's start.

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  • philly
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    Colonel March Investigates (1953)

    Made up from three shorts from the series Colonel March of Scotland Yard, Hot Money, Death in the Dressing Room and The New Invisible Man.
    Frank Littlewood has three roles, one in each section, i suspect that he was Boris Karloff's stand-in.

    Bank Staff - Frank Littlewood, Mary Maxfield
    Policemen - Pat Hagan, Charles Saynor
    Java Club Patron - Frank Littlewood (again)
    Man in Photo - Frank Littlewood (again again)

    Small Hotel (1957)

    Charlie the Barman - Dan Lester
    Roland's Date - Gillian Vaughan
    Army Diner - Murray Kash

    No sign of Dora Bryan or Dorothy Bromiley, they are both historic credits though, i suspect a deleted scene

    Only the Kitchen Hand, Mr Finch's Secretary and three Army Diner's (UM's 67, 104 and 195) to identify for a full house. Janet Munro's stand-in was Anna Cameron, a possibility for the secretary i guess.

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  • philly
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    The Man from Interpol (1960)

    I have had a bash at this Danziger series from 1960, looked at 16 of 40, i have some more somewhere need to dig them out, most are taken from the Pidax German language DVD which are better quality but only have a couple of cast credits at the end, i have been able to compile the actual credits from IMDb and Kal's TV Brain, i have added some credited roles that are not at IMDb but not Visa Versa.

    Escape Route
    Bank Teller - George Holdcroft, Ian Selby
    Police Sergeant - Arthur Howell

    The Big Racket
    Credited
    Sheldon Lawrence - Customs Official
    Jack Taylor - Mr Hepworth
    Colin Tapley - Detective
    Gwendoline Watts - Girl at Customs
    Ian Wilson - Tramp

    British Travellers to Canada - Vic Hagan, Bess Rogers
    Customs Official - Gerald Paris
    Customer - Edward Higgins
    Cafe Proprietor - Jim Tyson

    Tight Secret
    Credited
    John Longden - Supt Mercer


    The Last Words
    Credited
    Reginald Hearne - Warder


    Multi-Murder

    Tony Harrison is credited as 'Salesman', i am not sure who he is but i didn't see a salesman.

    Charles Henry Harper - Arthur Dibbs
    Air Passengers - Jack Armstrong, Bunny Seaman, Rene Cunliffe
    Army Guard - Fred Stroud, Bill Rooney, Gerry Judge, Ted Carroll
    Worker - Ted Carroll (again), Anthony Lang, Arthur Goodman, Peter Perkins
    Policeman - Arnold Schulkes, Louis Matto
    Police Sergeant - John Tatum
    Detective - Joe Beckett


    The Missing Child

    Supt Mercer - John Longden
    Alain's Wife - Joy Adams


    Murder Below Decks
    Credited
    John Arlen - Fuad

    Purser - Peter Evans
    Detective - Eric Wetherell
    Ambulance Man - Dickey Luck
    Forensics Team - Del Baker
    Supt Mercer - John Longden
    Landlady - Nora Gordon
    Policeman - George Curtis, Johnny Wyne, Robert Vossler


    Murder in the Smart Set

    Guest - Aileen Lewis
    Forensics - Edwin Fowles
    Police Photographer - Reg Thomason
    Policeman - Gerry Judge, Martin Lyder


    The Key Witness
    Credited
    Bernard Hooten - Policeman
    N.B. Bernard Hooten seems to be 'credit only' , the role of 'Policeman' with several scenes of dialogue is played by Cecil Paul, a Danziger regular, i suspect he was called in as a late replacement for Bernard and somebody forgot to change the credit, WHO is Bernard Hooten? can't find his name anywhere else'.

    Detective - Sonnie Willis
    Policeman - Robert Vossler
    Police Sergeant - Fred Davis
    Italian Man - John Howard
    Train Passenger Reg Thomason


    The Art of Murder
    Police Dispatcher - Ron Blackman
    Club Patron - Helen Ford
    Parachute Team Leader - Paddy Ryan


    The Feathered Friend
    Policeman - Terry Richards
    Porter - Barry Johns, Alan Gibbs


    Mistaken Identity
    Man who Finds Burning Car - Louis Matto
    Detective - Howard Lang
    Pub Patron - Ned Lynch
    Policeman - Robert Vossler
    Mr Field - John Stuart
    Landlady - Nan Kearns


    Out of Thin Air
    Lorry Driver - Ivan Santon
    Police Sergeant - Pat Ryan
    Mons. Landy - Andreas Malindrinos
    Detective - Gordon Tanner
    Waiter - Ivan Santon (again), Martin Lyder
    Air Passenger - Del Baker, Jim McManus


    The Dollmaker
    Customs Official - Eddie Boyce
    Man in Airport - Alfred Maron
    Air Passenger - Joyce Everson
    Docker - Bob Lane, Tommy Jenkins, Jim Brady
    Policeman - Robert Vossler


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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Something in the City (1950) is something I hadn't done before, but philly has covered it well, but I'll add two more someones:

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    As Richard Hearne engages in a wrestling match with his clock and other accoutrements at Shepperton Railway Station, I think he's passed by Alicia St. Leger

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    And immediately thereafter, not unexpectedly, by Jack Armstrong.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    At the engagement party, assembled hangers-on include Ray Schock, second right

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    Ambrosine and Clive are so happy to see Tommy, they ignore poor Mabel Etherington (who was dancing with Richard/Gordon earlier)

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    Alan and Mary go for the thrones as Rita Tobin gossips on the right.

    John Fabian gets an on-screen credit for this, but sadly I didn't spot him.

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    Alan calls a cabinet meeting to consider the conflicting extras identifications, but gets no help from Paul Beradi, George Holdcroft or Pat Halpin

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    So it's best to go all fantasy for Mary, June and Alan and quivering chins for Len Llewellyn

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    Ambrosine Phillpotts and Clive Morton anxiously check the press for the next BA pilots' strike, while Arthur Dibbs is more concerned if his package tour operators will go bust before his holiday is over.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    I know a lot of people watch for Pauline Chamberlain and here she is on the right as Tommy prefers not to dance with Noel Hood.

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    Poor old Chris Adcock looks like he's in a wrestling hold with his partner

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    Is this Richard Duke again, or his lookalike N. Matthews?

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    And June Laverick and Tommy ponder if it's Richard Gregory or Gordon Humphries.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Among the dancing feet are those belonging to Johnny Wyne and Terry Sartain

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    In the middle, Ernest Fennemore is back as an enthusiastic Tommy fan, but so is Graham Tonbridge near left top

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    Watching where he is putting his plates is Richard Duke

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    And maybe watching for Eden Fox is Paul Phillips.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Michael Medwin is Tommy's "man" on the visit. With Billy John and John More having a good gander. Mary Maxfield is also in this scene

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    Michael and Tommy have a toothy visit to Philip Leaver's guitar factory where Martin Lyder doesn't pluck a string or two

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    The Ritalla court generously gives lavish attention to its staff dance, where the dancing staff include Charlie Price and Tony Mendleson

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    Jack Mandeville and Jack Carter clearly can't wait to get stuck in.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    Tommy Steele is the title character when The Duke Wore Jeans (1958); in fact, he's wearing two characters in denim:

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    When character 1 has character 2 impersonate him, we're off to sunny but dull Ritalla where he's greeted by Queen Mary Kerridge and King Alan Wheatley with Ernest Fennemore as a guard of honour and Gerry Judge on the right as the photographer fiddling with his equipment. Gerry's back later as a court official

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    Don't trust General Elwyn Brook-Jones, whatever it is he has to say. Frank Howard is certainly not taken in

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    These court officials may be taken in by Tommy's considerable quiff, however. Edwin Fowles is the officer on left and despite the distance, I can tell you the flunkies are Tommy's old Steelman Alan Stuart and Cyril Kent

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    Here's Tommy getting excited over a white glove watched by John Timberlake and Aidan Harrington. Jimmy Scott and Fred Peck are also keeping their eye on proceedings.



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  • philly
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    Henry VIII and his Six Wives (1972)

    Lord Temporal - Roy Everson, Walter Henry, Alan Gibbs, Bill Hibbert
    Lord Spiritual - Walter Henry (again), Eric Henderson, Harry Tierney
    Crowd at Jousting Tournament - George Oliver, Daniel Brown
    Reveller - Peter Avella
    Lady - Josie Grant
    Scribe - Jimmy Scott
    Courtier - Lola Morice, Anthony Snell
    King's Servant - Gerald Paris
    King's Riding Friend - Peter Brace
    Guard - Jim Bolton (i think he may have been the executioner too)
    Priest - Douglas Cooper
    Condemned Man on the Stake - Ernest C Jennings

    Just Ask for Diamond (1988)

    Shopper - Harry van Engel
    Nun - Edith Raye

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  • MarcusHeslop(Stonfan)
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    I couldn't find Guy Standeven in 1969's I Start Counting despite it being listed as one of his credits in a theatre programme so here's Jim Brady as compensation. He plays man queuing to buy an ice cream.
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  • philly
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    The Solitary Child (1957)

    Onlookers at Wedding - Mary Maxfield, Tony Mendleson

    The Birthday Present (1957)

    Customs Official - Edwin Fowles
    Air Passenger at Customs - Vic Hagan
    Pub Patron - Nigel Bernard
    Maid - Olwen Brookes
    Policeman in Court - Fred Real
    Prisoner - Frank Schock, John Timberlake, Redmond Bailey, Dan Cressy
    Prison Warder - Ernest Marcel Schock, Maurice Bush, James Ure, John More, Anthony Sheppard, Fred Davis
    Prison Visitor - S. M. Wood
    Gentlemen's Club Member - Charles Wood

    For Better, For Worse (1954)

    Cinema Audience - Barry Johns, Jeff Silk, Dan Lester
    Car Salesman - Jimmy Cains
    Car Mechanic - Frank Howard (S)
    Store Salesman - Fred Davis
    Wedding Guest - J Neil More
    Office Worker - Martin Voss
    Restaurant Patron - Alicia Armstrong
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  • Gerald Lovell
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    A day at the races:

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    Where Pat Ryan and Miles Silverton are two of the background punters; appropriately-named Dick Francis and Chesney Allen are in front

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    Dick is back being pompous with Hazel Court while GIs over here include Fred Davis on the left, Peter Bernard in the middle and Jack Carter on the stairs. Fred is also an Ascot punter

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    Stirring Anglo-American speeches thrill Hazel and left background, Harry Terry

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    Stirring up Anglo-American relations chill Jack Vyvian when he hears codswallop from Dr. Goebbels (Philip Wade).

    IMDb has Ian McLean down as a British general, but he's a British pilot. Hazel has an additional role to those listed on IMDb, as she's also a radio voice in the aeroplane scene with Flanagan & Allen.

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  • Gerald Lovell
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    While Dreaming in 1944, I thought I saw:

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    Noel Dainton in his unattributed role as Colonel Cuspidor

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    Alfredo Campoli fiddling while Europe burns

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    Is it Muriel Greenslade far right watching the burning? She can be seen again later in the Stage Door Canteen sequence

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    Jockeying for position is stable boy Frankie played by Morris Sweden.

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