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  • #76
    From The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes "Madame Sara," broadcast 1 November 1971:

    Ishaq Bux as Madame Sara's uncredited servant (the other, Nadim Sawalha, is credited).

    Inspector George Murcell leaves two detectives to watch the victims' house. I think the one on the right is Joe Beckett.

    Does anyone know of any good alternatives to Photobucket, that are perhaps not run by imbeciles?

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    • #77
      Dave, you can bypass Photobucket now and just upload pictures using the Upload Attachments button straight from your computer.

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      • #78
        Nothing to add for Ferry to Hong Kong (1959), except to report that John Wallace as the Police Inspector is dubbed by John Witty and Roy Chiao as Johnny Sing-Up by Bill Nagy.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
          Dave, you can bypass Photobucket now and just upload pictures using the Upload Attachments button straight from your computer.
          Good to know, thanks.

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          • #80
            You have to get Up with the Lark to find out who's playing who in this 1943 as there are no screen role attributions, so in addition to those supplied by the IMDb:
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            Richard George on the right as the villainous van driver with his equally villainous companion Anthony Holles
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            Ivor Barnard pops up throughout the film and it's not altogether clear just who he is. At least we see short Gracie West here as the exceptionally tall Ethel Revnell is heading into the Merton Park lighting rigs
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            As she's sitting down, Ethel gets a look-in here with beaming policeman Arthur Hambling

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            Dorothy Bramhall as Miss Polly is in charge of the Landgirls, but she's just been hit in the face with a pillow.


            Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 18th March 2017, 11:51 AM.

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            • #81
              I suspect there's a lot (mercifully) cut out of this as, despite onscreen credits, there's no sign of the likes of Andreas Malandrinos and Vi Kaley. And those who don't even get a screen credit include:

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              When Gracie and Ethel put the finger on Johnnie Schofield, Anthony Hulme is doubtful and Sergeant Robert Brooks Turner can't believe his ears

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              And when the farmers are called away from their dell to have a punch-up with the baddies, Pat Ryan is in the middle of them.

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              • #82
                Is this Colin Vancao in the background of Yolande Donlan's reception in Expresso Bongo, or just another guy with a flamboyant mustache? ​

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Dave W View Post
                  Is this Colin Vancao in the background of Yolande Donlan's reception in Expresso Bongo, or just another guy with a flamboyant mustache? ​

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                  I'd say just another rogue tash, lining up with Lewis Alexander and Maurice Selwyn as well as Colin!

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                  • #84
                    No Not Mr Vancao. Colin had distinctive plastered down hair and large ears, on a slight frame. I used to think he looked like a rodent!

                    The chap in the photo looks a bit like Howard Marion Crawford.

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                    • #85
                      Yeah, I didn't think so. I've seen this fellow before, and always thought it was Vancao at first, except this guy has a chin. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't confusing myself more than usual.

                      (Nice to see on the new forum Paul!)

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                      • #86
                        There are at least a thousand uncredited faces in Anne of the Thousand Days (1969) and Movie Dude has already spotted quite a few of them. Here are some more:

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                        As T. P. McKenna, Richard Burton and Denis Quilley gleefully discuss which pub they will visit next, Charlie Price looks on thirstily


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                        Looks like Maxwell Craig is on duty when Captain Scarlet, aka Anthony Quayle as the destructible Cardinal Wolsey, flounces in


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                        Clerks on duty at the ecclesiastical court include Paul Phillips and Eden Fox with Ron Gregory as a bishop behind them. It's Marne Maitland sharing scarlet with Anthony


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                        When King Burton holds court, Jack Sharp is the monk on the left scribbling away.

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                        • #87
                          Also courting:

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                          A fine selection of lords with William (Thomas More) Squire, including Lindsay Hooper and the previously-sighted Victor Harrington and Juba Kennerley


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                          And a fine selection of chefs, er, clergy with Joseph (Bishop Fisher) O'Conor, including the previously-sighted James Ure and Vernon Duke, and, as in the above post with Ron Gregory, the recently-identified by philly Richard Nellor


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                          It looks like it's Fred Woods hiding top left. John Colicos nervously looks at what Richard has rolled up as he remembers Terry Scott in Carry On Henry


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                          And it looks like Dido Plumb about to hide as Messrs. Squire and O'Conor roll eyes.

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                          • #88
                            On the march:

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                            Charles Rayford and Harold Coyne lead the procession with their poles up


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                            Gerald Paris outside my lady's chamber with his chin up while playing a double bass


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                            It appears to be the turn of Otto Friese, Peter Jeffrey and Lindsay Hooper to have their crowns on


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                            Though poor Fred Machon has to be satisfied with a tea cosy .

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                            • #89
                              I think Charlie Gray in purple just to right of John Colicos' shoulder in last shot.

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                              • #90
                                Very Important Person (1961) i covered about a year ago, i just re-watched it in Network's new correct aspect version.
                                Additional names here include

                                POW's - Frank Barringer, Bernard Barnsley, Ken Lewington, John Adams, Max Latimer (stunts), Philip Webb, Ian Selby, Gerald Paris, Del Baker, Keith Peacock, Edward Eddon, UM1, UM15, UM38, UM41, UM61, UM72, UM84, UM115, UM120, UM137, UM139, UM143, UM148
                                TV Studio Guest - Jimmy Scott, UM132
                                German Jeep Driver - Joe Wadham
                                German Guard - Keith Peacock (again), Alan Gibbs, Jack 'Kid' Berg, Edward Eddon (again), UM137 (again),
                                TV Studio Audience - Del Baker (again), Eddie Boyce

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