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    On the subject of Graham Tonbridge, here is the third of his four (uncredited) appearances in DOCTOR WHO:


    As a scientist along with William Mervyn (whose son Michael Pickwoad currently designs the series' sets) in "The War Machines" Episode 1 (tx: 25.06.1966). Graham's first WHO experience was in 1964 as a Dalek slave during their invasion of earth and the second was again in 1966 during "The Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Eve", one of the massacred episodes. These are all stories starring William Hartnell. Finally, Graham flew into Gatwick Airport during Patrick Troughton's encounter with "The Faceless Ones" in 1967. Thankfully, we know what Graham looks like, so he wasn't too faceless himself.

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    Yet another affair for THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO to get embroiled in, this time it's with spaghetti and Michael Aldridge in "The Mazzini Affair":


    Very convincingly disguised as a priest, George Dolenz enters the domain of Andrew Faulds and John Chandos guarded by George Leech


    Outside their mighty castle's shaky walled cell, Fred Haggerty is now on duty on the left when Andy and Johnny consider who's wearing the sillier costume


    That's George leaping (well, skipping then) into the air as onions rain down upon Senor Chandos and Del Watson gazes in amazement at our hero's agility and his chum on the left understandably dozes off.

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    Another fairly confined THRILLER is "Where the Action Is" and down the casino (microphone booms reflected in mirrors notwithstanding) is where the extras are:


    It looks like Andrew Andreas as the dealer at the top of the table with Richard Atherton sitting next to the credited Ray Marioni (who also gets an additional credit as the programme's "Gaming Adviser") and Fred Machon standing behind them


    And on the other side of the table, as Andrew appears to blow a kiss, there's Peter Roy and Mike Reynell. There's a couple others in the scene whose faces are familiar, but their (known) names elude me.

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    Sorry, but I don't think that is Andrew Andreas.

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    Jim,, yes Andrew....And the man sitting down....Jack Ross brother Laurie Rose......

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    "The Carbonari" is not what THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO is having for dinner, but his next juvenile adventure in which he encounters:


    Based on his identical role in the sister production THE ADVENTURES OF THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, this is presumably career footman Donald Conlon


    Arnold Bell is Captain or Inspector Villon depending which part of the script is being uttered. At least Arthur Howell is consistent in getting involved in scuffles


    As is meanie Fred Haggerty on the left.

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    THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO is off to "Bordeaux" where the Prefect of Police is Alan Wheatley (worrying) and among his troops (very worrying):


    Fred Haggerty (as ever) plus Walter Gotell in a very dodgy topper confronting Betty McDowall and Noel Coleman


    Ah, now we see why Walter was wearing that titfer: his comb-over is frankly pathetic. The acting George Dolenz and Robert Cawdron put in in this series can be described similarly, but happily if we look through the bars we can see jolly old George Spence


    Also having a bit of bad hair day, but this time facially, is George Roderick on the right as a citizen of Bordeaux


    This episode's sword fight with George and Nick Cravat seems to involve Del Watson (right) and in the background . . .


    . . . could it be Paul Hansard getting stuck in?


    Whoever, the prison audience now includes the broken Ted Carroll


    Plus France's unknown Minister of Justice with Colin McKenzie among his troops (not worrying after all).

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    Getting ready to freeze as it's Hell Below Zero (1953):


    Among the plane passengers with Alan Ladd are a number of the unknowns, as well as a rapidly exiting Mabel Etherington


    Alan ends up in a whalers' recruit office where some of the potential candidates appearing before Basils Sydney and Cunard are Jack Arrow (left) and Jim Brady (centre). Jim obviously gets the job as he's seen briefly later on deck of a ship in his vest. Sticking his nose in is office worker Fred Haggerty (right)


    While Basil C considers what can he do with drunken sailor Fred Griffiths, another office worker Pat Hagan strolls into view


    Once at sea, the sailors keep a score of how often Alan wears lifts in his shoes. The ginger beard centre back appears to be attached to Jack Stewart


    Other sailors getting whipped into action on S.S. Pinewood by Basil Sydney include John Lynn, Jeff Silk and Peter Rendall. Horsey Face is also on board


    I don't know why Dido Plumb is giving Alan the evil eye. I wouldn't like to be stuck in a tent with Dido, and Alan can't be taking up much room


    Ernie Rice looks peeved too, probably pipes aren't allowed in the Arctic wastes of Iver. The Lon Chaney, Jr. lookalike is there to keep him company, though.

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    I now realise that M. Fernel on the left here with Andr� Mikhelson as Rousse, both crooked citizens of "Marseilles", is Sidney Vivian rather than Andrew Leigh. THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO was no doubt confused by his disguise :


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    "Flight to Calais" does not involve Concorde for THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, but a coach and horses:


    Helping the Count and Robert Cawdron and generally being obsequious is George Spence


    Not so friendly is this bunch of scurvy knaves, including Hugh Williams, Peter Brace, Max Brimmell and Fred Haggerty


    In the rough stuff which follows, Nick Cravat gives George Leech a lesson in grimacing, in which art Nick is a black belt.

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    THE CHAMPIONS on a mission go to "The Mission" where, among the familiar flock wallpaper, we find:


    Fred Woods, Arthur Goodman and Robin Burns included in the first tramp instalment


    Brian Hall and Sean Barry-Weske thinking they're going to hitch a pleasant ride with Alexandra Bastedo


    Tony O'Leary auditioning for a role in Frankenstein. I didn't see Billy Cornelius in the scrapbook though, Mike


    And in the second tramp instalment, as well as William Gaunt and Dermot Kelly, about to present their grubby credentials to Patricia Haines is Dickie Luck


    And Jimmy Charters too.

    This is yet another of those former Nazi tales. The main henchman is Robert Russell and he gets dubbed again, this time by David Graham, who also takes over doing the voice for Paul Hansard after Paul's been under Anthony Bate's knife.

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    There's Room at the Top, or at the bottom of this thread, for some faces from the 1958 film:


    When Simone Signoret reflects on her personal life, Reg Thomason ("the actor") appears in reverse am dram mode. Reg reappears near the end of the film as a council office worker


    Quite a few bar scenes in this film, and here it's Peter Rendall pulling the pints as John Tatum has a drag, Simone wafts in and Richard Pasco orders some crisps


    And suddenly Arthur Goodman gets in a round


    Then round at the Civic Ball, Laurence Harvey enters with his cardboard dickey and gets a dirty look from John ???


    The Ball is in full swing with Hyma Beckley again given a dancing partner about a foot taller than him


    At the bar, Terry Rendell hardly gets a look in as Paul Whitsun-Jones dives for the nosh and booze


    Paul tells Larry one of his rubbishy jokes and we see between them a fairly rubbishy view of Ball attendees Robert Gregory, Graham Tonbridge and Aileen Lewis. At least Aileen has in Graham a screen partner who is taller than she is. Robert gets his second appearance as a soup slurper in the Conservative Club scene later on


    Back to a pub, and this time it's Wallace Bosco who's propping up the bar, with Julian Somers as barman Alf eyeing up Simone and Miriam Karlin about to make a sarky remark


    In yet another pub, Larry gets sozzled in the company of April Olrich and it's Harold Sanderson who's the barman this time


    Derren Nesbitt's none too happy with the chat-up lines, though bar patrons Alf Mangan and John Lynn look content to watch the proceedings.

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    It's "Albania" which is the next port of call for THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO and his dismal friends, but before they depart Paris:


    Assassin Lee Montague departs this mortal coil


    They wreak havoc once there causing Ralph Michael to wear an outlandish wig, Peter Stephens an outlandish hat and sentry Murray Kash thinks he may be pregnant


    These two soldiers are far more sensible, though given they're Fred Haggerty and George Leech, I think a fight is brewing


    And trouble's certainly brewing when Ralph and Peter invite Jean Quick into their inner sanctum, accompanied by Captain Peter Rendall.

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    Yes Harry LAURIE ROSE, not sure about ANDREW.

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    The sand's got into the mechanism, so no screencaps from Lawrence of Arabia (1962), but spotted among the already-sighted mourners exiting St. Paul's are Graham Tonbridge, Bill Rayment, John Lynn, Otto Friese, ??? Kisher and "Peter Evans' brother". And firing guns for the Turks, Larry Taylor.
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    Committing an "Act of Terror" before the eyes of the salty citizen of Le Havre:


    Andrew Faulds confronts George Skillan and Julian Somers before the eyes of Guy Standeven


    Andrew later has to make his mark for Robert Cawdron before the eyes of Colin McKenzie


    Who are these masked men? I can't tell you who the hunchback in the front is as it will reveal a plot point, but unless my eyes deceive me, two of them at the back are Peter Brace and Fred Haggerty. Fred incidentally, but not surprisingly, also appears twice in the preceding episode of THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, "Naples", so he gets about a bit, mask or no mask


    This episode's big fight has George Leech being thrown about again. That almost might be Alf Joint out for the Count's count in the corner


    A bit of hair-raising doubling for the main villain here provided by an impressive sword-wielding Peter Diamond. Traditional heroine Elvi Hale cowers in the background


    "Et vous" old George seems to be Franglais-ing before the sunken eyes of Anthony Lang.

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    In "Feast of July" 1995 up pops Fred Wood again

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    Richard Burton is Alec Leamas in The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. Not quite the same ring as a James Bond headline, but in 1965 it's the other nasty side of the cold war spy game. We start off with an unsuccessful mission in Berlin:


    Terry Yorke as Karl Riemeck, who is painfully unsuccessful


    To be debriefed by Control, Burton is met by personnel operative Pawson, who is played by John Quentin and not by Graham Armitage as the IMDb states


    In the cold, Burton strolls through some London streets here populated by some extras. The man who has just bought his paper could well be Peter Evans or his "brother", but it's not possible to be certain


    The hatless gent on the left of the two who have just crossed the road looks to me to be Arnold Schulkes


    And it's certainly Ernest Blythe about to walk past our man


    Who heads for a pub, also populated by extras who are difficult to make out. But there's a pipe in the mouth of Ernie Rice, bottom left


    And as the camera pulls up, Ned Lynch can be seen looking at Burton as he exits, while the two darts players are Reg Thomason (with cigarette) and Roy Beck. A strip club scene follows a little later on and no doubt frustrating for all our regular male extras, none of them are in the audience (maybe the sequence was shot in Ireland or even the Netherlands as were parts of the film?)


    Behind the Iron Curtain, the dainty chambermaid who shows Burton to his room is the stony-faced Richard Shaw.

    As well as the John Quentin goof, IMDb lists David Bauer as "Young Judge", whereas it's the credited Steve Plytas who plays that role, and includes in the uncredited cast Walter Gotell and Philip Madoc, both distinctive actors, but neither of whom I saw anywhere in the film.

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    Conrad Phillips undertakes "The Experiment", but Andr� Van Gyseghem wants the credit and francs from it, so:


    Poor Conrad is under arrest, despite Diana Fairfax doing her best to keep a hold of him. Captain Joseph Ryan barks out the orders and Fred Haggerty takes over the hold


    When Joe's back a-knocking at that door, I think it's Terry Yorke he has with him this time. Time for THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO to make a sharp exit


    There's silence in court when Diana enters, and the eyes of George Curtis (left) are certainly on her.

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    It's Where Eagles Dare (1968), and stuntmen too, and, in addition to those already sighted by Movie Dude and others:

    Victor Beaumont on parade, but it's Terry Yorke as Major Brandt giving the salute, blocking out Anton Diffring, but amusing Ferdy Mayne. I think Terry turns up at least once more as a soldier at the airport near the end of the film

    You can't keep Richard Burton away from a bar for long. Jim Tyson is there to serve him but Bill Burns is there already

    Ah, it's Ingrid Pitt who's the barmaid and there's Leslie Weeks very pleased to see her

    Let's have a closer look at what Leslie was smiling at. And Ingrid's joined by Derren Nesbitt and Mary Ure and in the background, Lew Hooper is standing up

    That's enough of that as referee Vic Chapman blows his whistle

    On the blower is Captain Muller, one of several roles in the film I think for Joe Powell. Watching him is a soldier who earlier is seen ogling Ingrid, as well he might, but he certainly might not be Nigel Lambert as several listings claim

    Something seems to have annoyed Derek Newark and it's Del Watson who's getting it (on the right) while leaning against a very wobbly wall

    A spectacular demise for one of the many, many, many lousy shots in the German Army, Alan Chuntz

    Coming up those stairs appears to be soldier Paddy Ryan and officer Jim Dowdall

    And as for those daring stuntmen, Alf Joint was apparently Burton's double and this could well be him having had a dunk and giving a bunk to Robert Beatty (or his double).

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