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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Crook View Post
    Do you submit corrections to the IMDb when you spot errors like that?

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    They will not accept corrections from me and haven't for years.

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    They are a funny bunch at Imdb. Sometimes it seems you have to catch them at the right moment. Generally I don't have a problem with getting corrections put on and they are usually fairly prompt about it.
    Occasionally though I can add a straight forward entry such as a film appearance and it will be missed.
    Then again no organisation is perfect, I generally tend to wait awhile then resubmit my entry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    They will not accept corrections from me and haven't for years.
    That's a shame, try logging in with a different identifier

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    "Night is the Time for Killing" according to THRILLER and a train is the best place to do it, it seems. Climb on board then:


    As Robert MacLeod helps his daughter into what must be the smoothest train ever invented, I'm pretty confident that's Bob E. Raymond striding by the snoggers


    Once we arrive at our destination, after a few killings of course, Judy is heading off fast as she realises the train has been full of extras: Ron Gregory here


    Hugh Elton with Charles Gray. Hugh even overacts and pats the ticket collector on the arm


    Fred Machon and John More are the tallest ones


    Charles Adey-Gray has missed his namesake


    And Juba Kennerley has almost missed being in the thing, but how has Judy taken so long to get there?

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    It's Spring in Park Lane (1948) and springing into shot:


    Tripping the light fantastic, albeit with tongue out, is young and gloomy John Tatum. His Gloominess reappears towards the end of the film in the airport bar


    In a later club scene, Gerry Judge has taken over


    Michael Wilding and Anna Neagle seem pleased with themselves and behind them, I think it's a chubby Lindsay Hooper who has just lit up. At the moment, Mike and Anna don't know that elbow on the right belongs to the boring Marquis of Borechester Nicholas Phipps


    Back to dancing, now for Mecca, and this time we do get to see Tony Castleton (centre) at it


    In a shipboard flashback scene, Mike is mightily relieved the breeze hasn't upset his rug as genteel and elegant Muriel Greenslade sashays by, fag in gob


    That's enough to get Ned Lynch to disembark


    And in that airport bar, Mike and Anna are stunned that Jack Armstrong (centre) has dodged his round.

    I've noticed that John Tatum has turned up in a number of Michael Wilding films. A coincidence or was John perhaps his stand-in?

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    Came across Renu Setna seemingly uncredited as a doctor in Assault (1971). You don't get a very good view of him but as soon as he spoke his one line, I recognised his voice:



    There he is on the left attending to one of my favourite actors, James Laurenson, with Anthony Ainley at the back and Frank Finlay on the right. Quite frankly, Frank goes through the film looking as though he would sooner be anywhere else than in this movie!


    E.

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    Within the Circle of Danger (1950):


    Ray Milland pushes his way along the Savoy reception, past Tony Spears I think. He looks a bit like Jack Arrow too, but . . .


    . . . there's Jack Arrow on the right as Ray slums it for eats with Michael Brennan down Covent Garden Market. The backdrop is so close to the actors, you can see the shadow of Ray's hat on it. Horsey Face also makes a brief appearance at this point


    Making her brief appearance in the film now is Dora Bryan, having a great old time with Ray as Naunton Wayne orders some more drinks from waiter Arnold Diamond


    Ray arrives in and looks round the Grill Room, but fails to clock Victor Harrington in the background


    And as Ray eases his backside downwards, I think that's Pat Ryan far left background having a good stare


    Naunton and Ray play cat and mouse while Paul Phillips plays waiters with a lady who likes to eat her dinner in hat and furs


    Patricia Roc's lady who does is Mrs. Matthews who's Eileen Way


    And way downwards from Rufus Cruikshank and Ray is little Oliver (Reginald Beckwith). Once again, Rufus's alter ego as Little John, Archie Duncan, is also in this film.

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    There may be Guns of Darkness (1962), but there's also a New Year party to attend:


    The first game Eleanor Summerfield is organising for Richard Pearson and others is Pass the Rug, so I don't know why Terence Conoley is looking so pleased


    James Robertson Justice and Graham Tonbridge (right) keep their hats on in case anyone wants to test them for rugs too


    David Niven wisely just keeps his whisky, but Ernest Blythe (left) is ready to Auld Lang Syne. Derek Godfrey is just heading off out of it


    Also ready to forget auld acquaintance is Bob E. Raymond in his white tux


    As well as Paul Beradi in his


    Fred Machon is in one too and Leslie Caron thinks Richard is one too


    And can that be Neil Osborne bringing up the white tux rear? If so, he also plays a reporter later on in the film. White tuxed as well in this scene is "Peter Evans' brother"


    At least that sensible Len Llewellyn (centre) has a black jacket on


    And Eleanor has organised a lovely treat for us, the Dowager Duo all dolled up together in one shot, namely Muriel Greenslade and Mabel Etherington looking very pleased with themselves. And if you look carefully near the centre background, waiter Andrew Andreas is coming into view. Ray Marioni and a tray of drinks are also floating about in this scene


    And way in the background of this one, Martin Lyder is there too. (Don't trust that smarmy Senor Godfrey, Eleanor!).
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    Well, I did warn you about Derek and here he is showing his true colours to Richard and James and accompanied by Gerald Paris in the background


    Meantime, Niv doesn't look at all pleased to encounter Sandor Eles and Peter Perkins with a rifle.

    The IMDb suggestion that Derek Godfrey is dubbed by Roger Delgado is incorrect. He is dubbed for the lines of "Tribulacionese" is occasionally utters, but otherwise it's Derek's own voice.
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    Who is the very nice looking woman at left in pic No 5?

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    I'm afraid I don't know, cully.

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    In 1964, as far as Alan Bates is concerned, it's Nothing But the Best, and there's practically nobody but the best in this one:


    It's chucking out time at The Young Pretender pub and the first chap Pauline Delaney is seen to have a dalliance with is a sozzled Bernard Barnsley


    It's filing in time at Horton & Co. and standing by the door is Vernon Duke. The gent circling the desk . . .


    . . . jumps to his feet when boss Harry Andrews arrives and it's Peter Evans, who later is briefly seen working upstairs too. John Smart is on the right and he, too, gets an upstairs job later, but minus specs and being a doorman


    Alan gives some unwelcome advice to a young couple comprising Alan Rothwell and Annika Wills (sic) as an elderly couple semi-comprising Ernest Blythe walk past


    On these busy stairs, Alan also has to deal with the full-blown William Rushton and Jack Armstrong deals with the half-landing


    Muriel Greenslade has a little rest pending the staff finding her usual oppo


    Alan gazes up those stairs and wonders how Roy Beck can be down below and also up them at the same time (there's quite a lot of that in these scenes)


    Harry's barely in then goes out again, this time with Robert Bruce with Arnold Schulkes at his most Dirk B-like as the obedient chauffeur to whom Harry says "Pratts"


    And trying to sneak his way past Nigel Stock without our seeing him is Jack Arrow.

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    Slumming it now on those LV chits we used to get, Alan meets Denholm Elliott who has a difficult choice to make over the spaghetti. Pattie Boyd appears to be the waitress, Noel Davis the spectacles wearer and the man we think may be Charles Finch is in the background


    Heading out to get something to wash that, er, meal down, the new friends don't realise they're being tailed by an overacting Romo Gorrara


    The pub itself is a treasure trove of our regulars who doubtless hated the idea of spending time there (although the flock wallpaper suggests to me it's an ABPC set). Fred Machon for starters


    A triumvirate of (a bit of) Victor Harrington, (the back of) Pat Halpin and (the forehead of) Arthur Goodman


    A bit more of Victor and Pat as Philip Stewart shuffles into view. A hat is looming


    The hat turns out to be Ian Selby and keeping a tight hold of his drink is Tommy Winward


    As Denholm leads Alan astray to a misspent youth in the Billiards Room, we find Bill Baskiville is already there misspending his


    Time to go home, and although we don't know his name, as it's a good one of him, let's buy a paper from the Old Codger


    Alan and Lucinda Curtis weave their way through the parking meters as Alan weaves his web around her and Joe Wadham stomps into shot


    We finally get inside The Young Pretender where Pauline is in her cups and Guy Standeven is behind the bar.

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    It's the butler wot did it, guv. I think that's the butler in the drawing room with the rope and the name of Eric Young. The lady looks like a bloke in drag and the inspector who called is George Waring


    Millicent Martin and Alan head for the crush bar and as Millicent eyes up her former colleague Bernard Levin out of shot, we can eye up Aileen Lewis behind them


    There's more of a crush when Austin Cooper and Gabriel Woolf arrive


    Now it's all dark suits and club, regimental and school ties with John Wilder at the door


    Paul Dawkins plays Nigel for this one shot, but at least he quickly throws one back as Godfrey Quigley is greeted by Harry and Donald Pickering pouts. Marianne Stone of course puts in her 2,000th appearance and John Smart is back on door duty


    The little snack laid out for these gentlemen, now including Ernest Clark, will at least be served professionally by Paddy Smith and Gerry Judge


    Well, now there's either a wedding or someone has bad dandruff. Could it be Harry? (That's definitely a wig). Robert Bruce? (That looks like it should be a wig). Or Paul Beradi? (No, it's all his)


    I almost missed this one as he's just about smiling. John Tatum joins the happy throng which includes Avice Landone behind the bride and groom


    Rubbernecking are Cyril Kent and Ned Lynch, as well as Lucinda and new click Drewe Henley


    I promised more Pat Hagan and here he is as the wedding car powers away, joined by Ken Hutchins and crafty Pauline D.

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    There's "A Case of Lemmings" for THE CHAMPIONS to investigate and it takes them first to Paris sur la Elstree backlot:


    Would you buy a newspaper from Peter Avella? William Gaunt would, even though Peter's dubbed


    Would you raise an umbrella at this caf�? It seems this waiter could be the real Eden Fox at last


    Let's concentrate on the casino scenes then and it's well seeing Johnny Goodman is the associate producer as his dad Arthur Goodman gets this nice close-up. In fact, the camera follows him round the room until he's brushed aside by Edward Brayshaw's heavy


    John More is hopeful he doesn't get a bit of that brushing


    But Edward's in a good mood, so John Tatum is safe too. Crikey, that brown suit's a three-piecer


    John Bailey blithely ignores the contretemps as waiter Gerry Judge elegantly tells the lady to sparisci . . .

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    Two of our leads are not feeling particularly champion here, as Paul Beradi observes


    Alexandra Bastedo and Bill Gaunt do a bit of acting, as Fred Stroud observes the camera lens and that brushing heavy, Billy Cornelius, gets ready for action between his dubbed dialogue


    Alex is rescued by Ed and Gerald Paris checks the odds


    A couple of odd things sticking out to check here. Hmm, the height and hair tell me it's Hyma Beckley. In the background


    In the local caff, this group of Romans are enjoying the funny pages. Chief comedian is Jim Brady


    Ably supported by Phil Parks.

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    A new name for you Gerald - Mary Kaye in the middle and Eileen Harvey on the right hand edge of the shot

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    Tony Draws a Horse (1950) is a fitfully amusing comedy about parenting (sort of), mainly amusing for Edward Rigby's grumpy old grandpa. IMDb obviously didn't use the British print, as the end credits are very comprehensive, but here are some folks uncredited by anyone (apologies for the awful print quality):


    At one of many pubs, Pat Ryan outshouts David Hurst in ordering a drink.


    Shortly thereafter, while Hurst and Mervyn Johns imbibe, Harold Sanderson shows up.


    Hurst attempts to drunkenly speak at a temperance meeting, and among the hecklers is Jack Arrow (I think the two in the foreground are Leonard Morris and Edward Evans).


    Also in the crowd is Hyma Beckley, just above Robert James's fruit cart (the other heckler is John Warren).


    Poor Mervyn attempts to defend free speech and starts a riot. The police arrive and shove Eddie Boyce out of the way...


    and among the mob de-pantsing Mervyn is that purveyor of violence, Gerry Judge.


    Protagonist Cecil Parker finally goes to the police to find wife Anne Crawford, and as the scene fades out we find the other copper besides station sergeant Cyril Chamberlain is Jim Morris.


    Finally we get to the wedding, and behind best man Bill Hodge is publican Wally Bosco.


    And at the wedding itself, we see Jack Mandeville as a wedding guest just above Barbara Murray's head.

    I'm sure there are others in the film, but the old Channel 4 broadcast recording is just not good enough to pick anyone else out. Anthony Lang is prominently credited as the Tony of the title, but it's not out gaunt-faced extra, but an odious child actor, whose credits are conflated with out Mr. Lang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aged AD View Post


    A new name for you Gerald - Mary Kaye in the middle and Eileen Harvey on the right hand edge of the shot
    Thank you for that, Roger.

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    Too hot for screencaps, but just Hot Enough for June (1964) features, generally as they appear, Fred Stroud, Anthony Lang, Eddie Boyce, Ted Carroll (broken), Bob E. Raymond, Philip Stewart, Neil Osborne, Hyma Beckley, Graham Tonbridge, Charlie Price, Bill Baskiville, Ernest Fennemore, The Old Codger, Reg Thomason, Jack Mandeville, Jack Arrow, Arnold Schulkes (twice), Harry Phipps, Alf Mangan, Lew Hooper, Gerry Judge and Joe Beckett as well as those already identified on IMDb and by Movie Dude. However IMDb's generic uncredited "Robert Rietty Various Roles (voice)" I don't agree with; although there's some dubbing, I didn't hear the expected ducet tones of Mr. R anywhere.

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