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    Yes cornershop 15. this is Ina Clare.

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    Thanks, Jim. Looks like a 'No' to Ann Barrass in Accident


    In this scene from Circus of Fear (1966), George Fisher drags the guard next to Victor Maddern from a security van:



    That looks like John Scott Martin to me. And yet, it seems to be a different bloke in the next shot ...

    This, I'm certain, is an actor credited as Dennis Blakely, whose role is given as 'Armoured Van Guard':



    MovieDude, you have him as Dennis Blake in your database:



    In The Saint episode The Smart Detective (1965).

    Clearly the same actor. So was he Blake or Blakely?

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    Plainly the same man but with two names. He's credited mostly as 'Blake' at IMDb so 'Blakely' would seem to be in error. Perhaps Blakely is his 'real' name and it just slipped out in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornershop15 View Post
    I don't think this is John Scott Martin, cornershop. However, I'm struggling to remember of whom he reminds me.

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    Reposting this from Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) and having now shown it to David Troughton, he can confirm the court reporter on the left is not his father Patrick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    The extra here looks rather like Alan Meacham:

    However, I recall sighting a policeman in Straight On Till Morning (1972) who I thought was Alan Meacham, but Aitch or Jim said not, but couldn't remember his name. Could this be him and be another Alan: Alan Viccars?
    This is indeed Alan Viccars. Here is Alan again, standing on the left in top hat and grey coat in SUPERNATURAL "Ghost of Venice" (tx: 11.06.1977):


    Also in Alan's scenes are Lola Morice and Ina Clare. The spectre in the middle is Sinead Cusack.

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    I'm trying to establish the appearance of Charles Adey-Gray (1915-1983), a frequent extra presumably hyphenated in order to distinguish him from the well-known Charles Gray. Is this he, as a member of the Club of the Damned in SUPERNATURAL "Ghost of Venice"? If it is, then it links up a familiar name and a familiar face:


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    Well done, Gerald. That must be Charles Adey-Gray in the Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em episode King of the Road (1978):



    With Michael Crawford as Frank Spencer (''For years all my passages have been blocked'') and Ellis Dale as Clerk of Court.

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    I think this must be Charles Adey Gray too, playing an American delegate to a peace conference in DOCTOR WHO "Day of the Daleks" (1972). His aide on the right must be Emmett Hennessy and the moustached aide at the background is Desmond Verini.

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    At the beginning of the Danger Man episode A Room in the Basement (filmed November/December 1964), I recognised
    the lady nearest camera arriving in 'Switzerand'. Very like Capucine I think. And her companion reminds me of Cyril Kent:



    They are followed by Jane Merrow and John Breslin, who plays her soon-to-be kidnapped husband.

    Where had I seen her before? As part of the crowd gathered to watch an escapology act in The Sandwich Man (1966):



    Among those with her are Jay McGrath (the tall man) and future On the Buses star Anna Karen.

    The African man can be seen about 50 seconds into this clip from What a Crazy World (1963).

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    Patricia Marmont rather than Ann Barrass?

    Watching H. G. Wells' Invisible Man last night, I had the spooky feeling that this actress came back to haunt me:



    As an uncredited Secretary in Darling (1965).

    Do you think she could be Patricia Marmont? This is how she looked in the Invisible Man episode, Bank Raid (1959):



    What do you think, MovieDude? You agreed that the Darling actress was a good match for the lady in the middle here:



    Anne of the Thousand Days, Fahrenheit 451, (Carry On) Don't Lose Your Head, Tom Jones, A Clockwork Orange

    Patricia, who was once married to Nigel Green, has a couple of scenes in the episode and her credits imply she was more of an actress than extra so I'm not at all confident. We have seen familiar faces with little or nothing to do on screen, however. I see a resemblance between Miss Marmont and Dorothy Tutin.

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    There is certainly a good resemblance Cornershop. So good in fact that I had to dig out the dvd to get a bigger image to make certain.



    ..and sadly I think this shows they are two different women I'm afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    I don't think this is John Scott Martin, cornershop. However, I'm struggling to remember of whom he reminds me.
    The actor I was thinking of is Larry Noble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornershop15 View Post
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    Not to distract from cornershops' question, but is that Lew Hooper second from right? Still not 100% on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveWright72 View Post
    Not to distract from cornershops' question, but is that Lew Hooper second from right? Still not 100% on him.
    Yes, it is, Dave.

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    Another go for this lady I once thought was Brenda Cowling:


    With Alan Gifford who's getting an "Escort" in SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE. She could be dubbed, I suppose, The Other Lady in the Hat, cornershop!

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    A long shot, but maybe we can identify some of the extras in Eye of the Devil:





    When both David Niven and Deborah Kerr drive in to town, they are watched by a variety of suspicious locals. Since of them was Marianne Stone, I'm certain these are all British extras. Any familiar faces?


    And the local gendarme who reports Niven's arrival to Inspecteur Ernest Clark is someone I know, but his name is a mystery to me.


    Not entirely sure if this shot was filmed on location in France or not, but it does look like Jimmy Charters at top left. The grinning bloke above the young girl also rings a bell. The dancing lady i nthe cassock appears to have found the sacramental wine stores!


    Lewis Hooper to left of Deborah Kerr? I've seen the bespectacled guy with goatee in things before; do we have a name for him yet?


    Austin Cooper maybe at center left? Apparently Dido Plumb had an understudy, too. . .


    Perhaps Rita Tobin-Weske in the headscarf?


    Anyone ring a bell for anyone?


    Movie Dude, is that your gypsy woman (Unknown Female 15) to right of Kerr?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveWright72 View Post
    A long shot, but maybe we can identify some of the extras in Eye of the Devil:
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    When both David Niven and Deborah Kerr drive in to town, they are watched by a variety of suspicious locals. Since of them was Marianne Stone, I'm certain these are all British extras. Any familiar faces?
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    Not entirely sure if this shot was filmed on location in France or not, but it does look like Jimmy Charters at top left. The grinning bloke above the young girl also rings a bell. The dancing lady in the cassock appears to have found the sacramental wine stores!
    They filmed a lot of it in the Dordogne region of France and some of those buildings do look real, not just sets at Borehamwood. So some of the extras in some shots could well have been locals

    Steve

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    Yeah, I thought so, too, but I do see many familiar faces, and the church itself is definitely an English one. Problem is everyone looks familiar these days!

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    Dave i can't see Austin Cooper but is that George Spence 2nd right in a wide brimmed trilby ?

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