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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    "Morna" is another troubled lady in GIDEON'S WAY and in her episode we see:


    Is this Hugh Elton as a waiter in the Blue Disc Club?


    Cutting a rug on the right looks like Mike Stevens.

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    Not Hugh but yes Mike....

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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    One day I'll get Hugh right! But who is the guy I keep mixing him up with? A lovechild of Stan Laurel or Simon Callow??

    Anyway, in Dr. Syn Alias the Scarecrow (1964) there are much more familiar faces without a credit:


    Sailor Max Faulkner


    Press Gang leader Jerold Wells


    Slightly blurry gaoler on the right Maxwell Craig and


    Another blurry gaoler, in the middle, Jim Brady. Max and Jim seemed to be quite a double act!

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    Good evening, Gerald. Hope you enjoyed your Christmas.

    I recognise this man from a capture I posted at 'Who are these people???', back in January:
    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

    Is this Hugh Elton as a waiter in the Blue Disc Club?
    Trust Victor Harrington to make another appearance! This is from The Saint episode The Benevolent Burglary (1963). Aitch identified
    the man in the middle as Ken Hutchins. Funnily enough, I also remarked on the resemblance to Simon Callow of the man on the right:


    Hugh Elton was mentioned that time as well but Hummies' identification of him in another episode of The Saint,
    Interlude in Venice, appears to indicate that the mystery man in the first two screencaps is a different actor:


    Paul Stassino in the middle. Isn't that Jack Arrow smoking?
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    Ah, yes, that's where I got the Elton Experience from, cornershop, thanks! And it is indeed Jack Arrow in the bottom pic.
    A distinguishing feature of "Stan Callow" is he often raises his right eyebrow!

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    "Boy With Gun" is a good episode of GIDEON'S WAY and even dishes out lines to:


    Jim Brady on the left. A suddenly startled "Yes!"


    Bill Westley, Sr. on the left. An unenthusiastic "Okay!"

    It's good to hear these guys' voices, albeit briefly.

    Regulars Richard James and Reginald Jessup get plenty of lines, but no cast list inclusion.
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    In the "Fall High Fall Hard" episode of GIDEON'S WAY, it was quite hard to catch:


    Walter Henry walking past in the corridors of court with Donald Houston and Victor Maddern looking pleased with the result obtained by their brief Walter Horsbrugh. Just coming into shot on the left is Michael Robbins


    Lewis Alexander now squeezes by and that's Sarah Lawson on the left in the hat. Interesting to see Donald Houston's brother Glyn pop up in this scene too


    In the pub, Alan Meacham as the barman fairly works on shining a glass as Gordon Gostelow goes out, obscuring Glyn Houston at the bar


    Police driver no. 1 is Tony Selby


    Police driver no. 2 is Bill Westley, Sr. in a familiar pose. Both Tony and Bill get lines in this one


    It's not entirely clear, but from his nose and gait, the chap in the checked coat is very likely Peter Ravella. That's Clifford Earl in flat cap and with cigarette


    The doctor is Gordon Whiting and I'm afraid I don't know the nurse, but the copper surely is actor/stuntman Billy Dean. He frequently played uncredited policemen in THE SAINT, GIDEON'S WAY sister show, and in this one, he gets a line but fairly muffs up keeping alert. However, he does save the day in the end!

    No credit for regulars Ian Rossiter and Richard James again.

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    . . . episode of GIDEON'S WAY:


    Alexander Davion questions hero Mr. Simpson played by Ray Smith. The back belongs to Mr. Wilks himself, Arthur Pentelow


    Down the pub, in comes Michael Segal to have a chat with barman George played by John Barrett. The back this time belongs to David Collings.

    No credit for Andrea (Pru Gideon) Allan again.

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    In Doomwatch (1972):


    The naval captain facing us being briefed by George Sanders and watched by John Paul is Tommy Winward


    The islander on the right is Fred Woods.

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    In GIDEON'S WAY "The Wall":


    Joining Richard (CATWEAZLE) Carpenter and Ann Bell at the bus stop is Lewis Alexander. Lewis can be seen in a later scene with the other extras from the bus stop, presumably on their way home after the bus ride!


    In his usual position, police driver Bill Westley, Sr. who gets a few scenes on location too, as well as two or three lines, plus does the needful when the villain has to be manhandled


    Radio dispatcher Roy Beck, who obviously gets a few lines too for a change.

    Although a dog called 'Skipper' get a credit, not so for regulars Giles Watling and Reginald Jessup. Also uncredited in this episode, but in the IMDb listing, is Frank Gatliff who plays Sergeant Connors, despite his being in two or three scenes.

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    Fiend Without a Face (1958) includes:


    Victor Harrington as a townsman of Winthrop, in what must be one of the earliest sightings we have of Victor.

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    "The Reluctant Witness" from GIDEON'S WAY has a surprise appearance from:


    Peter Purves in the middle as a henchman. The boss is Mike Pratt and they're listening to Jolyon Booth. That could be Mickey Varey on the right. A couple of months earlier, Peter Purves lost out on the part of "a giant butterfly" in DOCTOR WHO, but Jolyon Booth did get that or a very similar role. About a month after this episode of GIDEON'S WAY was filmed, however, Peter recorded his first appearance on DOCTOR WHO and stayed with the programme for about a year. BLUE PETER was still some way off


    Rushing for the phone on the left is reporter Roy Beck. He's just passed Pauline ??? on her way out of court


    And back in his usual driving seat and costume is Bill Westley, Sr.

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    Gorgo (1960) has massive crowd scenes near the end of the film and I'm sure there are many familiar faces dashing about there who can't be screencapped. Hummies' favourite extra no. 2 is spottable in a circus scene though, and in larger parts with lines:


    Sailor Max Faulkner breaking some bad news to Professors Bruce Seton and Joseph O'Conor and Admiral Basil Dignam


    General Martin Boddey doing his best Colin Gordon impression. Looks a bit like Tom Adams next to him, but it most likely isn't.

    Familiar voices doing dubbing duty for this film are Murray Kash and Ed Bishop.

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    "The Rhyme and the Reason" episode of GIDEON'S WAY gives us:


    Sue Lloyd as Alexander Davion's latest girlfriend. Sue appeared in the very next episode to be filmed (but broadcast about a year earlier) called "The White Rat" and she was credited there as Susan Lloyd playing Alex's girlfriend Mary Henderson, so perhaps this uncredited role is the same character


    Jill Mae Meredith as the vindictive Peggy Walsh


    John Gregson gives an Oliver Hardy-like glance to the camera as Frank Forsyth playing forensics expert Carlson gives him and Duncan Lamont the footprint facts. Frank has a few lines for once


    Norman Mitchell as a club manager recoils after perusing Alex Davion's credentials. Later in the scene, Norman's bow tie briefly seems to half fall off, for no rhyme nor reason.

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    The final episode to be broadcast of GIDEON'S WAY was "The Nightlifers", and like the first one broadcast, the director was John (Llewellyn) Moxey. Anton Rogers plays a particularly nasty piece of work in this one, even though Annette Andr� is in his gang.

    However, giving them a blessing:


    Michael Lynch as an appendix-less vicar


    Keith Smith as an extremely camp photographer and


    At the left, slightly out of focus, it looks like Alan Meacham enjoying a dance. I don't know the chap at the front, who John seems to have followed using a hand held camera.

    Just to finish off, regulars Giles Watling and Ian Rossiter are omitted from the credits as usual. Ian was also absent from the cast list for the previous episode, "The Rhyme and the Reason". His last line in the series is "Sheer idiotic, bureaucratic red tape" which seems apt given his continual lack of credit.

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    Even though it's Alan Arkin and not Peter Sellers, Inspector Clouseau may not have detected in his 1968 film of that name:

    Reporters Ken Campbell and on the right wearing glasses, Allan Mitchell quiz an agitated Patrick Cargill outside No. 10


    Customs Officer Paul Dawkins is not impressed with the firearms the bold inspector has just brought into the UK


    As the inspector is led away, at the end of the queue looking somewhat bemused is Gerry Judge


    At the Highland Fair, Tutte Lemkow does not seem to be enjoying the Scottish country dancing, and behind him the gray haired gentleman is a caledonian-sounding Lewis Alexander


    Relieved to escape from Beryl Reid's clutches, the inspector is summoned away by P.C. Tommy Winward, who gets lines here but it sounds dubbed


    The inspector has an eureka moment, upsetting Richard Pearson as well as the tablecloth and the chef on the left, Jim Tyson


    The MGM backlot bomb disposal squad is observed here by several bystanders, including Jack Arrow

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    We now move en France, where the inspector's trail continues:

    Jim Brady back on coffin-bearing duties

    This taxi driver is more concerned with his lunch than having the inspector as a fare, and who can blame Leon Lissek?

    The crooks gather and the gentleman on the right in the pale blue sweater appears to be Mickey Varey (who possibly is also a caber-tosser in the earlier Highland Fair scene)

    A fine bunch of villains here, including Anthony Ainley, Barry Foster, John Bindon and Robert Russell, but on the left in the checked jacket is surely Maxwell Craig

    The inspector literally gets his wires crossed when trying to discover the crooks' plans and clocks into a cowboy television programme, with the bad guy in black being David Healy

    While Frank Finlay and the inspector argue over a game of jacks on the way to Switzerland, it looks like it's Vic Chapman who is told to be off

    Finally, a gnome of Zurich, Robert Gillespie, suspects the inspector is rather odd

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    The pic with Jim Tyson in contains the girl in blue as Mary Fielder..My late wife....bless
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    Quote Originally Posted by harryfielder View Post
    The pic with Jim Tyson in contains the girl in blue as Mary Fielder..My late wife....bless
    I'm pleased to have posted a screencap of Mary, Aitch.

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    Jack the Ripper (1958) is Robert S. Baker and Monty Berman's take on the murders and in various takes we can see:


    Denis Shaw getting all theatening in the pub (again) and to his left, John Barrett and Patrick Durkin


    Not a great sceencap, but sweeping up the mess in the pub is Victor Platt


    I'm pretty sure this music hall barman is Arnold Peters


    The fraught bobby at one of the murder scenes is Roger Avon

    and although she is credited in the IMDb cast list, though not in the film itself, I couldn't resist adding:

    About to have a girl fight in a run-up for her role oop north two years later, Patricia Phoenix.

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