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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    Outwith "The Gilded Cage" of THE CHAMPIONS, William Gaunt has an interesting continental train journey:


    He shares a compartment with crossword addict Juba Kennerley, who gets some marvellous close-ups in this sequence, but lo, there's Victor Harrington walking past too, narrowly dodging the onscreen credit captions


    The steward suggesting coffee is I suggest Dennis Plenty


    And this is a set dressing sighting, but within the cage, Bill discovers a familiar devilish item, the appearance of which in other productions I've posted before (but can't remember on which thread!).

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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    Just a couple of the shots referred to recently in the Movie Dude's Most Wanted thread featuring The Mouse That Roared (1959):


    Juba Kennerley and John More gazing in admiration at Peter Sellers' nose


    Peter Evans almost in the middle of the line of Government Members and he turns up down the New York subway later on, along with Ernie Rice.

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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    Before they climb into their 1948 Sleeping Car to Trieste, Albert Lieven and Jean Kent have an embassy function to attend. IMDb provides a fairly fulsome list of the uncredited guests, but not the more prominent ones, such as:


    A beardless Tony Mendleson, who goes to talk to the bearded one on the left, maybe getting an idea to grow one himself


    A decorated Jack Mandeville, who's about to sing "Where Did You Get That Hat?". The ambassador is Gerard Heinz and his lady friend . . .


    . . . is a distinctly catty thinking Mabel Etherington


    Trying to sneak past us behind Albert and Jean is a dapper John Tatum


    While Derrick De Marney and Rona Anderson have Harold Coyne porting their luggage


    And as sleeping car mates Michael Ward and Bonar Colleano discuss birds, outside on the Dijon Station platform, a big one also hatted and known as the Greater Beaked Gertrude Kaye, scurries past Finlay Currie and co.

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    Sighted In Santa Claus the Movie, Fred Wood (behind Dudley Moore)



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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    Having left all the hard work on QB VII (1974) to Movie Dude who has another excellent page on it, I have little to add:


    A press conference held in the Pinewood boardroom, it would appear, with John Tatum in brown, Aidan Harrington in large hair, Brian McDermott in tasteful matching shirt and tie and Edward Peel desperately needing a haircut, but with Pat Judge as the waiter as ever. Aidan can be seen as a court spectator later on


    Talking of which, here we can spectate on Harry Van Engel right at the back of the court in the middle with the defendant and his team of Dan O'Herlihy, Lee Remick and Ben Gazzara, Anthony Quayle looking particularly glum and Bruce Bould thinking it's all "super"


    And talking of double roles, although Vic Chapman earlier plays a barrister, now he's in the gods of the court with Tony Castleton. Juba Kennerley plays a guest at a party for the Queen's birthday in Part One, but may also be a reporter near the end of Part Three.

    Movie Dude, having watched the thing, I think your Unnamed extras include
    46 Graham Tonbridge
    81 Phil Parkes
    83 Donald Douglas
    89 Dennis Plenty
    102 Leslie Bryant (the Reg Thomason lookalike; Reg is also in it)
    119 Leslie Weeks.

    116 seems to be Unknown Male 48.

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    What little you have to add is always of interest Gerald. Thanks for the updates. Not sure about Unknown Male 48 though.

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    The episode of THRILLER assuring us that "Nurse Will Make It Better" has a good role for Diana Dors and her glued-on Rice Krispie and for Patrick Troughton as a kind of precursor to his Father Brennan, though is lumbered with a terrifying teen called Triffany Kinney and may also feature:


    Philip Stewart as Edwards, having to have a tussle with Mrs. Fuller (Wendy Williams) and her scarred husband (Alan Wilson).

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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    There's Gainsborough gush at full pelt in Madonna of the Seven Moons (1945), so picking our way carefully through it:


    At Patricia Roc's birthday party, Tony Mendleson is so upset that he doesn't get to dance with her, he even blurts out a few lines. Presumably Dulcie Gray's top has put him off dancing with her


    Scott Palmer kindly alerted me to Harry Phipps being involved with this film - apparently star Stewart Granger gave him a present as a thank you - and I think here his is, beckoning fence Bossi (Eliot Makeham) into the inner office for a liaison with the said Mr. Granger


    Patricia's a good girl in this one, so as she demurely drinks her Coke, she is unaware of the plans of the devious Peter Glenville or indeed of the presence of Ian Selby in the background. In the very next reverse angle shot, Ian reappears entering the caf� wearing a beret


    It's carnival time in Florence and Charles Rayford is one of them having a good old time at it.

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    You'll find a good 'Name's the Same' subject in that film, Gerald. Peter Murray-Hill's character was Jimmy Logan (thinking of the Scottish comedian).


    More 'Thriller' identifications?

    Fearing 0 out of 3 with these ...

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    There's "A Coffin for the Bride" courtesy of Michael Jayston in THRILLER and down at the local health club ... Alf Mangan
    Is Peter Perkins there as well?:



    Michael Jayston and his companion are next to order drinks from barman Arthur English.


    The other images are from Death to Sister Mary, again from Series 3 (1974). Stuart Myers on the right?:



    With Anthony Newlands (reading script), an unknown make-up girl and Derek Fowlds in the background.


    I know the receptionist nearest camera is Jill Shakespeare but what about her colleague? A still brunette Suzy Mandel?:

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    The other images are from Death to Sister Mary, again from Series 3 (1974). Stuart Myers on the right?:
    ???????????

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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    Accusations abound in I Accuse! (1957), but let's abate the accusation of lack of credit for some of these:


    Anton Walbrook heads into the German Embassy for traitorous purposes and the officials he first encounters are Frederick Treves (at the desk) and Terry Rendell, both dubbed, I think


    Some of the assembled French officers here en masse include Ernest Blythe, Harold Coyne, Colin McKenzie, Barry Johns and Philip Stewart


    Then here, chaises musicales clearly in play, George Curtis, Leo Genn, Jose Ferrer, Charles Gray and John Tatum


    Naughty Anton heads into a church for a liaison with his German contact and I think the diminutive elderly man trying to hide from us could be Jack May


    In the first of three trials (courts martial) that follow, the prosecutor is Ernest Clark and his aide Otto Friese


    And when a particularly despicable Herbert Lom (sans toupee) gives his corrupt evidence, I believe George Holdcroft, left of the three with backs to the wall, is keeping his beadies on him


    Poor old Jose is soon in the slammer and when his wife Viveca Lindfors comes for a brief visit, the major supervising is Basil Dignam


    Back in court, this time Anton is on trial, with John Phillips as the prosecutor and Colin McKenzie returns as his aide


    On the other side of the court, Anton has John Lynn as his advocate (John reappears as a spectator in the next trial) and Jack Dearlove on duty at the door


    Ferrer followers observing are here Moultrie Kelsall as Senator Schurer (sp?), Viv and David Farrar, with Richard Gregory in the next row.

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    Felix Aylmer plays Jose's advocate with a watching brief, and the brief watching next to him is Del Watson. One of the reporters towering over the rest in the background is Anthony Lang and on the left, Wallace Bosco makes his inevitable appearance


    Leo Genn is resplendent in his military attire, but in civilian attire on the other side of the aisle sit George Spence and Jimmy Charters (Jimmy can be spotted at the next trial too). The big beard has the prominently-billed Eric Pohlmann under it, but Eric gets nothing to do in the film


    When there's a bit of cheering to do outside the courtroom, Frederick Kelsey is among those doing it. Old Fred pops up again shortly afterwards, but this time as the President of France's doorman


    The prime awful officer is played in fine obnoxious and eyebrow bristling form by Donald Wolfit and his aide Bernard here is more restrainedly portrayed by Derek Waring


    And here is good old Donald in the President's chambers and keeping notes in the background is Walter Horsbrugh. I thought the elderly gentleman to our left to Donald looked very like that expert smell-under-his-nose actor D. J. Williams, but as he died in the decade prior to the film being made, it's an unjust accusation


    The President himself is Malcolm Keen and among his cabinet resides Frank Sieman


    Things get worse for Jose when he resides on Devil's Island and a sweaty Martin Boddey is in command


    Trial three now, with Jose back into play and Martin Lyder playing his escort


    The third of the three haughty prosecutors is Michael Hordern and he has Pat Hagan aiding him


    Keith Pyott is the much more reasonable judge this time round and even old Bert Sims is standing for him on the left.

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    Re-posting this old one from DANGER MAN "Such Men Are Dangerous". Is that Tommy Winward in the hat and mac, I wonder?

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    "Shadow of the Panther" is an evocative, even hypnotising, episode title of THE CHAMPIONS, but it's quite a tame tale set in an Haitian hotel, though some of its guests are of interest:


    When Stuart Damon and William Gaunt check in, even their super powers fail draw them away from the receptionist's attributes and register Pauline Chamberlain marching past in the background


    Alexandra Bastedo is agog at a voodoo show, but Jack Armstrong just right of centre looks dead to the world


    Painfully caught in the middle of a crash zoom is Ned Lynch


    And caught playing Batman and Robin in the hotel corridors at night are George Lane Cooper and Max Faulkner.

    Other guests previously identified spending their time wandering around the hotel and changing their positions when the camera isn't looking are Peter Evans and Alan Meacham as well as Unknown Male 48, resplendent in suit, cape . . . and trainers. And as an extra treat we get:


    A lovely extreme close-up of John Tatum, who, although in dinner jacket for a while, gets loads of brown suit action throughout the episode and even gets a (badly dubbed) line near the end.

    Not content with that, adding yet another tv appearance to their CV:


    Those two tall brass props, one of which used to materialise inside the TARDIS in the 60s and both of which are still with us and rematerialised in the faux TARDIS in AN ADVENTURE IN SPACE AND TIME in 2013.

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    Pinched from Marcus Hearn's The Avengers A Celebration:



    The crew on location for "Game" at Oxhey Park in Watford on presumably 13th June 1968. Among many others, we can see here Patrick Macnee, Linda Thorson, Alex Scott, director Robert Fuest and director of photography Alan Hume, but also Pat Ryan, who has never been sighted in this episode and so I wonder if his part was cut or if he was a stand-in for one of the actors.

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    Well done, Gerald, a nice new Pauline sighting and the first for some time ( the Champions). I thought the receptionist was Gina Warwick from side on but I guess it's not as she is not mentioned.

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    For a large scale epic, Khartoum (1966) certainly does not have a large scale epic credited cast list. There are, of course, thousands in it both here and in Egypt and the Sudan, but here are a few mainly from the studio scenes at El Pinewood:

    Pretending to be the House of Commons and there's Charles Rayford front left reading his script, which will require him to walk off towards camera and then reappear about 15 minutes later as a reporter outside a railway station

    So Charles dons his topper with Alf Mangan following behind, off to claim expenses

    As familiar but unknown extras continue to exit the House and Gladstone (Ralph Richardson) is consulted by Lords Michael Hordern, Hugh Williams and Ronald Leigh-Hunt (what are they doing in the Commons?), I think that's Paddy Smith in his topper heading out to the nearest restaurant

    And the Rt. Hon. Charlie Price is not too far behind him

    Maybe everyone's off to have a good shove down the railway station when Richard Johnson arrives; Jack Armstrong certainly is

    Now presumably at No. 10, Ralph finds his butler is Hummies' no. 1, Peter Evans

    And as the crowds cheer, the cheerless coppers seems to be Maxwell Craig and John Cam.

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    Into the fray and on parade, it looks like it's sweaty Bill Brandon whose buttons aren't shiny enough

    But all is very shiny at a reception (in Heatherden Hall, I suspect) where Alexander Knox encounters Michael Dempsey

    And on the river, Jerome Willis, Michael Anthony and Ishaq Bux encounter Richard Johnson in his pith

    Much pith is needed at the siege and it looks like the officer in charge of this of bit is Joe Powell

    His fellow officer Harold Sanderson is (a) shouting "fire!"; (b) showing us he's got a gap in his front teeth like Laurence (Mahdi) Olivier or (c) having a big yawn. It is a long film after all.

    A Middle East curiosity: Peter Arne plays Major Kitchener (later of the Needs You fame) in blonde hair and beard and dubbed voice, but:

    Here he is earlier in the film playing Khedive Ismail without dyed beard and without a dubbed voice.

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    Although screencaps are not possible, I can indicate that in A Man About the House (1947), men about the film include Rex Garner as a waiter and later a wine drinker and Tony Castleton as a grape treader.
    To IMDb users, note that Felix Aylmer's character is Rodney Sanctuary and not as shown and the uncredited Andreas Malandrinos does not play a peasant - as he often did - but the Forum Hotel porter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    To IMDb users, note that Felix Aylmer's character is Rodney Sanctuary and not as shown and the uncredited Andreas Malandrinos does not play a peasant - as he often did - but the Forum Hotel porter.
    Do you submit corrections to the IMDb when you spot errors like that?

    Steve

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