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  • #46
    The model being worked on by David Bailey (!), played by John Ash, who is the "Ward of Court" in PUBLIC EYE:

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    • #47
      One of a few set afloat in AGATHA CHRISTIE'S POIROT by "The Veiled Lady":

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      • #48
        Duke Robert Morley packs up his models with sad butler H. R. Hignett as they have to go to the big smoke and declare in 1945 I Live in Grosvenor Square:

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        • #49
          Ben Welden is part of Francis L. Sullivan's gang in The Fire Raisers:

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          And the ship in the case looks remarkably like the one the Sullivan gang sink :rolleyes:. Their old enemies fire and water defeat the Gaumont-British special effects team and director Michael Powell in 1933:

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          • #50
            Donald Calthrop weighs up whether his stingy Scottish nature will let him fund Leslie Banks' building a fleet of ships like this one in the foreground to fly the Red Ensign (1934):

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            • #51
              Athens Airport -'In the Cool of the Day' 1963

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              • #52
                The Rough and the Smooth (1959)

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                  Anton Diffring being his usual pleasant self to his prize possession, his missus Delphi Lawrence, during Doublecross (1955) with the The Old Ferry Inn's prize possession in a case behind them.

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                  • #54
                    It's all bells to HANNAY as Richard Powell surveys Paul Rogers' vessel in "Say the Bells of Shoreditch":

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                    • #55
                      Stanley Holloway's park gardener takes his revenge on a model boat when its owner falls into his flower bed in The Sandwich Man.
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                      • #56
                        Hope this is OK - bit rusty when posting pictures !
                        Last edited by Cooper S; 16 December 2019, 01:14 AM.

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                        • #57
                          Tiger Bay (1959) [UK]

                          https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053361/

                          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger_Bay_(1959_film)

                          Quoting IMDb: "A twelve-year-old tomboy witnesses the murder of a woman by her Polish merchant marine boyfriend, but bonds with him and thwarts the police in their investigation."

                          Several scenes of a cargo ship model in a display case in the background from 01:08:56-01:09:33

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                          • #58
                            As this is the Tudor Club Hotel, I wonder if the ship is the Mary Rose:

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                            The lift boy, however, has been more interested in following The Adventures of Jane (1949).

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                            • #59
                              James Mason appears to have trouble focusing on the flower-decked model atop of his telly in Spring and Port Wine (1969):

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                              • #60
                                City of the Dead (1960) [UK]
                                aka Horror Hotel (USA)

                                https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053719/

                                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ci...the_Dead_(film)

                                Quoting Wikipedia: "In the present day, following his lecture on witchcraft, a university history professor, Alan Driscoll, advises an interested student named Nan Barlow to visit Whitewood during her vacation to slake her interest in witchcraft by studying Whitewood's history."

                                Three of the main characters are the student Nan Barlow (Venetia Stephenson), and two professors. The first is her brother Richard Barlow (Dennis Lotis) and then of course Alan Driscoll (Christopher Lee) sporting an American accent.

                                Professor Barlow's home office has a fully rigged sailing ship model on the mantle piece by his desk which appears from 00:49:47 to 00:51:22 in multiple scenes
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