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    The poser in the shades looks a bit like Fred Woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post


    Lots of extras engaged for these scenes, but apart from Janet Brown first seat second row, the only one I can spot with certainty is Paul Phillips first seat fourth row from back. There's a poser in shades in the middle. Where's Wally??
    Alf Mangan six back diagonally behind the bespectacled guy in foreground. Possibly Patrick Connor fifth row back, second seat from aisle. Other than that, ???

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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    The happiest days of your life were hopefully nothing like this, but during Tom Brown's Schooldays (1950):

    He has these two miserable, traditionalist masters to cope with: Michael Ward as Mr. Tulke and Geoffrey Goodhart (Goodheart?) as Mr. Dodson

    The Dracula looming over poor Glyn Dearman's bedside is in fact the sympathetic Doctor Bates played by Peter Madron.

    Incidentally and additionally, IMDb seems to have much of its listings for this film in a mess:
    John Campbell plays Walker
    Roland Dallas plays Young Brooke
    Anthony (Tony) Doonan is not a "Student", but Ned Taylor, a significant character in the undoing of Flashman
    Robin Dowell is Green
    David Jenks is 1st Crony
    Derek Stephens is 2nd Crony
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    Gabriel Woolf is Big Brooke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screencap72 View Post
    Alf Mangan six back diagonally behind the bespectacled guy in foreground. Possibly Patrick Connor fifth row back, second seat from aisle. Other than that, ???
    Brilliant sighting of Alf Mangan, Dave, but I'm not sure about that being Patrick Connor. I thought it might be George Holdcroft sitting to our right of the poser in shades, but other shots from the scene tend to suggest not.
    I would add that due to the shifting of extras from shot to shot, in that screencap someone else is sitting where Bill Baskiville is in just about every other shot.

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    These smug-looking ladies are sitting pretty in the local courtroom, presumably not wearing their respective 1952 style Girdle of Gold:


    One would hope beaming Pat Ryan isn't either


    Up in London, Glyn Houston tries to grab his. Piccadilly Place Hotel doorman Jim Brady has missed out and Aileen Lewis can only look on in disbelief. Needless to say, the girdle was in the hands of a vicar a few seconds earlier


    In their search for the genuine girdle, Esmond Knight and Meredith Edwards find themselves joining in with songstress Gertrude Kaye . . .


    . . . and we observe the reaction when they get to the chorus of Grabbing Gertie's Girdle. At least she gets to say Oh, Mr. Davies!"

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    A couple of possibles; it would be Glad Tidings! if they are in this 1953 film:

    Joyce Grant dishing out the tea to Yvette Wyatt and Brian Smith?

    Golf club member Charles Clay dishing out the ectoplasm as moustache-less Roger Maxwell and Terence Alexander head into the nineteen hole for a snifter?

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    //4262 Front row in specs looks like a young BERNARD HEPTON??

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    Joining in with The Brides of Fu Manchu (1966):


    Tony Castleton playing with a street organ for a change. Near the end of the film, Tony reappears in a crowd outside St. Paul's


    There's a right in St. Edmund's Hospital, no doubt about trying to get the waiting times down. Here Nayland Smith seems to be manifested not as Douglas Wilmer but possibly as Cliff Diggins


    On a trip to the Lyric Theatre, the audience includes such worthies as John Tatum, Michael Dempsey, Victor Harrington and Pat Judge. Both Pat and a young man sitting next to him out of shot who looks a bit like Guy Siner reappear as policeman later on


    When the real Douglas Wilmer arrives, the manager letting him in seems to be Ned Lynch in moustache and stiff collar. Michael Dempsey has moved seats in the interim (and in fact most of the audience do; maybe they're watching Musical Chairs). IMDb includes Alan Meacham in the audience, but I didn't see him


    The audience moves bloody fast before the National Anthem starts. Pat Ryan is first up


    And Charles Rayford is not far behind him.

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    Back in hospital, it looks like Tommy Winward is in charge of A&E, his predecessor in the film, Ken Parry, needing a bit of a rest after a close encounter with a dacoit


    Off the Boat Train, Rupert Davies tries to find a cab, while Paddy Smith behind him hopes he can find a restaurant job


    Maybe Rupert's inspired to get a job as a policeman as he passes this bobby who I believe could well be Maxwell Craig


    Into Africa now and the French legionnaire trying to revive Heinz Drache I believe is David Lawton, who IMDB have down helpfully as "Man". David of course later got a restaurant job himself in the kitchen at CROSSROADS


    And already in a police job is this driver, who I think is Alan Stuart, dropping off Howard Marion Crawford and Joseph Furst at the British Broadcasting Company. Curiously, in his first scene, Heinz Drache is dubbed by Joseph, and later when Heinz is pretending to be Joseph's character, Joseph's tones are used again


    Taking cover are assorted Brides of Fu and Legions of France, including Carole Gray with Heinz and Doug and the nose on the chap bottom right leads me to suspect it belongs to John Cam.

    The claim that Nicholas Courtney plays a non-speaking French soldier in the assault scenes I have always found dubious, but look at these:


    It certainly does look very like my old boozing pal Nick and the way this sergeant walks, shoulder first, is very similar to Nick's gait too!

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    Investigating The Delavine Affair (1954), or perhaps the thing sitting on Peter Reynolds' head:

    These two look like crooks, but they're the main rozzers on the case. Peter Neil sends John H. Watson out to follow Peter back to his hairdresser's

    Word of that wombat on his noggin has clearly spread to the local nick. See, Sergeant George Roderick can't take his eyes off it

    Valerie Vernon can't stop cracking up at the sight of it, and in the background Victor Harrington also has a good chuckle with his companion at the bar. The tape on the back on Peter's head is in fact a bandage, not something holding on his rug. I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

    Back in hospital, it looks like Tommy Winward is in charge of A&E, his predecessor in the film, Ken Parry, needing a bit of a rest after a close encounter with a dacoit
    The dolly nurse is Maureen Beck, I think.

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    Not set in Australia, but it's London for Home and Away (1956):

    And Eddie Boyce surprises Bernard Fox and Harry Fowler at home in the gents

    While George Hilsdon joins the ladies away, plus arriving Lana Morris and Ross Pendleton, as Valerie White and Margaret St. Barbe West have a catfight.

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    John Cannon back on duty at the door with William Hoyland on the police blower in an average and distinctly seedy episode of THRILLER called "Kill Two Birds".

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    I forgot to mention in this sequence, Horsey Face makes a brief appearance.

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    Above, The Crooked Sky (1956):

    Below, honest Treasury Civil Servants (), with Robert Raglan at the top of the table and Philip Stewart bottom right. I believe opposite Philip is Toothless 45

    At Scotland Yard, Inspector Bruce Seton looks baffled as Seymour Green gets handed a message from P.C. Brown (John Adams) which reads "Please get me into shot"

    Moving to Anton Diffring's illicit casino, we find the croupier is Jack Taylor and one of the players is Ernest Blythe. Later on, Jack is seen tinkling the piano as Richard Shaw plays the cello () and Ernest and others look on in admiration.

    Names are a bit odd in this one, as Anton is called Fraser (:huh) and his girlfriend named Penny in the cast list, played by Colette Bartrop, by accident or design Anton calls "Colette" ().

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    Movie Dude's already done Oliver! (1968), but please sir, I want some more. Sadly, no pictures as it's set in the early part of the 19th century before that was possible, but:

    First, role attributions for IMDb:
    Anthony Kemp (Workhouse Boy)
    Jack Haig (Man outside The Unicorn)
    Second, IDs for some Movie Dude's Unnamed extras:
    31. Bill Brandon (Man in Tavern)
    81. Jack Le White (Man in Tavern)
    104.Winifred Sabine (Woman in Tavern)
    136.Johnny Rossi (Court Spectator)
    Third, additional sightings:
    Bart Allison (Workhouse Pauper)
    Ned Lynch (Wedding Guest)
    Peter Avella (Man in Street and Tavern)
    Paul Phillips (Man in Tavern)
    Fred Woods (Man watching Oliver on Bridge)
    Alf Mangan (Court Spectator)
    Fred Peck (Passerby)
    Gerry Judge (Tavern Waiter)
    Rupert Evans (Policeman who shoots Bill Sikes).

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    PAUL TEMPLE finds "With Friends Like You, Who Needs Enemies?" and his friend George Sewell finds as his enemy:


    Alan Chuntz as a French prison employee bearing gifts George doesn't want.

    This episode has a large acting role for Terry Walsh, who acquits himself rather well. Needless to say, there's some waterlogged stuntwork involved in the role, but at least Terry got a trip to St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat in France. Episode written by Victor Canning and directed with panache by Michael Ferguson.
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    "Buried in the Cold Cold Ground" of JASON KING are:


    Jim Brady doing his French caf� proprietor stint as Peter Wyngarde defaces a bible


    Michael McStay and Simon Lack doing their French police stints as Guy Standeven brushes Lewis Fiander's drawers.

    Lots of dubbing going on in this one, including David Graham as the voice of Peter King and Reg Lye's Australian twang is substituted by a gruff semi-French accent.

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    A request from Scott Palmer, some sightings from One Way Pendulum (1964):


    Opening shot in a busy office, and here Alex Lewis and Ernest Blyth are hard at work.


    Following the office boy further up the aisle, and now we see George Holdcroft and Alan Gibbs


    Finally we come to star Eric Sykes, and behind Frederick Piper and another office worker I should know, is Pearl Walters.


    George Hilsdon gets a nice closeup as a suspicious chemist, wondering why Jonathan Miller is ogling his "Speak Your Weight" machine (he wants to teach it to sing)


    George Cole drops Eric off at the dry cleaners, and we get a quick walk-by from Pat Halpin (presumably on his way to another film shoot).


    Detective Sgt. Glyn Houston's driver is Joe Wadham, of course.
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    Trevor Bannister is the missing name in the Eric Sykes shot Dave.

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