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    Not sighted

    One of the weirdest IMDb listings is Marianne Stone playing an uncredited Stage Passenger in Rocky Mountain, a 1950 Warner Bros. western starring Errol Flynn. As far as I could see, Patrice Wymore is the only Stage Passenger on show. I know Marianne was in a lot of films, but if she's in this one, well, I'll eat my Stetson.

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    Regarding The Tomb of Ligeia, nice spottings Dave and Gerald. You are correct Gerald, as per Max Craig and Manny Michael-the latter of whom I rang and he said he was indeed on the film. Unfortunately there aren't too many 96-year-olds on the internet, and Manny isn't one of them, although he sounds great and wishes us all well. By the way Dave, the first gravedigger you spotted is George Leech.

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    Thanks for that--don't know why I didn't immediately recognize him. Glad to hear Manny is still with us--I always enjoy spotting him (even if I don't realize I have right away). He definitely looks like he was having fun--his dance in Top Secret! is pretty good! And thanks for George Leech--I recognized him as a stuntman, but his name wouldn't come.

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    "The Ghost of Mary Burnham" is a thin episode of DEPARTMENT S by Harry W. Junkin with quite a lot of padding, but it has a good guest appearance by Donald Houston, who seems to be haunted by his late wife played by Lois Maxwell. At her funeral:


    Joel Fabiani looks on as Donald reflects, Ellis Dale prays and Ron Baker holds the chord second right


    On night duty in Letsby Avenue is P.C. Mike Stevens


    Then back at the cemetery, Joel and a not very appropriately-attired Rosemary Nichols watch William Burke and William Hare, aka Charlie Price and Alf Mangan. No-one seems to notice the grave has moved a bit since the funeral.

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    Michael Denison's stuffy lifestyle gets a shakeup in The Franchise Affair (1951). His normal routine includes:


    Having Jean Anderson serve up biscuits and cake on alternate days with his tea in his country legal office. The clerks include Peter Rendall and Will Ambro


    The local rozzers include P.C. Pat Ryan and Inspector Martin Boddey investigate what can be done about this


    Michael's search for crumpet in lieu of biscuits and cakes takes him to several tearooms. At least this one has Gertrude Kaye and her hat in the background


    While this one has Ian Selby and his comb-over in the background


    Sadly, it all ends up in court and here's Hugh Moxey doing his best to ensure it's bread and water only from now on. The constable at the door is a bit out of focus, but it's John Wilder


    Waiter turned court reporter Emil Stemmler gives Ann Stephens a piercing look as she mounts the stand


    More piercing looks from Marjorie Fielding and Dulcie Gray in separate docks, while Avice Landone, John Forrest and Jack May are among the spectators


    A crowded bench includes Frederick Kelsey in dog collar and Moultrie Kelsall in wig


    And Paul Phillips finds the whole affair a bit hair-raising.

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    An odd sighting in The Mummy (1959):



    Wally Bosco of all people as an Egyptian in Ananka's funeral procession.

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    Although I'm unable to provide screencaps, among the masses that are in Richard III (1955) are Robin Burns as a (tall) citizen and Eddie Boyce as a guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    Although I'm unable to provide screencaps, among the masses that are in Richard III (1955) are Robin Burns as a (tall) citizen and Eddie Boyce as a guard.
    Oh, and the chap with the mole is among the soldiers at Richard's demise.

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    Police sergeant in the shot with Pat Ryan looks like it could be a young version of the extra we thought was Ned Hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screencap72 View Post
    Police sergeant in the shot with Pat Ryan looks like it could be a young version of the extra we thought was Ned Hood.
    Yes, it is.

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    A bit of Merton Park mumbo jumbo in The Hypnotist (1956) makes us fall under a spell:


    Here, we might almost think that Paul Carpenter is doing some interesting acting and Bill Baskiville is playing a restaurant patron instead of a policeman. Patricia Roc looks on in a daze


    And here right in the middle, a very young Keith Ashley might almost believe he's wearing a smart tie while enjoying jazz from Chris Barber and his band.

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    Plenty of familiar faces having fun in the debauched Christmas Party scene in The Wild Affair from 1963. Which include, Aileen Lewis, Reg Thomason and Pauline Chamberlain. Can we put names to these faces though?

    Number 1 Travel Agency.JPG 2 Travel Agency.JPG Number 3 Shopping Couple.JPG


    Nunber 4 Waiter.JPG Number 5 Man by Phone Kiosk.JPG Number 6 Partygoer.JPG
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    #3 in your second batch is Tony Mendleson, I think. rest all look familiar, but don't think they have been named yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigon Man View Post
    Plenty of familiar faces having fun in the debauched Christmas Party scene in The Wild Affair from 1963. Which include, Aileen Lewis, Reg Thomason and Pauline Chamberlain. Can we put names to these faces though?




    Number 5 Man by Phone Kiosk.JPG
    The "real" Ned Hood possibly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigon Man View Post
    Plenty of familiar faces having fun in the debauched Christmas Party scene in The Wild Affair from 1963. Which include, Aileen Lewis, Reg Thomason and Pauline Chamberlain. Can we put names to these faces though?
    Tigon Man, you slip in the information that Pauline Chamberlain is in the party scene. Do you have a screengrab for her as this is not something I have added to her CV at the IMDB and would be a welcome addition as things have been quiet on the Pauline sightings front recently..?

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    Movie Dude has pretty comprehensively done Operation Crossbow (1965), but here are a few other arrows to fire:

    It looks to be Walter Henry sandwiched between Richard Todd and Sylvia Syms

    And Roy Lansford just above John Fraser's bald patch

    Gentlemen, I give you Mess Steward Fred Woods (on the right)

    As we move in, there's Tony Allen and Lew Hooper joining the likes of Helmut Dantine, Barbara Rueting (sic), Paul Henreid and George Mikell

    This looks like the Midland Hotel, St. Pancras to me, but Roger, I think this is one of your films, can you recall? Anyway, Jeremy Kemp and George Peppard seems to be preceded down the stairs by Michael Dempsey

    Home movie time: looks like Harry Van Engel as the "real" Jacob Bijus (Tom Courtenay is the "fake" one) and George Curtis there too. George C pitches up as a German police officer later on too

    George P soon finds himself down an air raid shelter with Milo Sperber, Lilli Palmer and Maxwell Craig. I think the chap with the greying temples could be Jack Armstrong.

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    Into the underground lair:

    Is that George Hilsdon working the lift?

    First out is a wondering Alf Mangan

    With Paul Phillips not far behind

    When George Peppard has a weapon poked into him by Dave Griffiths, he looks to the camera for help

    But George soon gets down to his boilersuit and encounters Ferdy Mayne, Karel Stepanek and white-coated Peter Evans

    Ghost Riders not in the Sky, but V2s are, as Jack May is soon to find out

    Peter Rendall is seen earlier in the film as a volunteer agent, but here he's volunteering us a glimpse of his bare chest. Wisely, Jeremy Kemp pretends to clean and clean and clean a bowl instead

    Then Jeremy and George go en garde with guard Billy Dean

    Before there's a stand-off with the power plant punters including Paddy Ryan, Bernard Barnsley and George Lane Cooper. Sitting targets with those marks on their coats, though . . .

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