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    The Phantom of the Opera (1962) was covered here a while back, a few more

    Theatre Patron Foyer - Charles Rayford
    Backstage Actor - Jim Morris, Jack Carter, Bob E Raymond
    Thratre Audience - George Holdcroft, Alan Gibbs, Harold Coyne, Terence Conoley, Bill Baskiville, Ernest Blythe, Muriel Greenslade, Lola Morice, James Ure, UF12, UM13, UM14, UM25, UM48, UM73, UM79, UM116
    Stagehand - Tommy Winward
    Restaurant Patron - Joe Dunne, Johnny Rossi
    Charwoman - Violet Gould
    Passerby - Pat Judge, Johnny Rossi (again)
    Watchman - Peter Avella
    Doorman - Austin Cooper

    Inconclusive - George Spence

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    Thunder Rock (1942) is an excellent, albeit depressing, film that I don't believe has been covered yet:


    Among the journalists watching a Nazi rally is a still dark-haired Cyril Kent.


    Attending a French cafe populated by lackadaisical French soldiers is waiter Philo Hauser.


    Newsreel footage of the occupation of the Sudeten apparently has had a soporific effect on George Spence,


    while Bill Rooney waits patiently for the Popeye cartoon.


    And Victor Beaumont shows he was typecast as a Nazi, regardless of time period, while Jack May sports a positively Dickensian top hat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philly View Post
    The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone (1961) stars Vivian Leigh as Mrs Stone a newly widowed millionaire ex stage actress who settles in Rome, she is courted by fortune seeking gigolo Paolo (Warren Beatty), as expected all doesn't end well. Great opportunities for extra spotting here with many gatherings at parties, clubs and restaurants. The opening scenes are set in a theatre lobby and backstage area, before and after an ill fated final performance by Karen Stone. Theatregoers include Nicholas Stuart, Philip Webb, Harold Sanderson, Jack Mandeville , Manny Michael, John Tatum, Billy John, Jack Armstrong, Sheila Aza , Dan Cressy and Tommy Winward, the theatre manager is Jack Hetherington, backstage Len Llewellyn is a stage hand and John More an actor.
    Karen takes a plane ride during which her husband (John Phillips) has a fatal heart attack, another passenger is Mabel Etherington.
    In Rome some of street scenes are filmed on location but the main street has been built in the studio and contains a barbers, shops and a restaurant with tables in the street, passersby include Roy Everson, Pat Halpin, Aidan Harrington, Vidhya Sinanan, Jack 'Kid' Berg, Gerald Paris, Pearl Walters, Paul Berardi, UM70, UM104, in the restauarant Jack Dearlove is a waiter, and customers Edwin Fowles, UM76 and UF12 who later appears as a desk clerk.
    A posh restaurant has guests Paul Berardi (again), Harold Coyne,Robert Gregory, Pat Halpin (again), Bob E Raymond, UM42, the waiter is Martin Lyder and table to table guitarist is Johnny Wyne. At a party at Karen's apartment we have Robert Vossler, John Smart, Alex Gallier, Rosemary Chalmers and UF22.
    Paolo visits the barber's and is served by Renato (Paul Stassino) attributed as Stefano at IMDb, the other barber is Peter Zander and Peter Avella is his customer, Pat Halpin ( yet again is seen walking past the).
    The next party visited is at a film director's (Peter Dyneley) ranch, guests S.S. Chowdary, George Holcroft, Juba Kennerley, Pat Ryan, Sheila Aza again, UM69, Aileen Lewis and Jack Armstrong make their second appearances in the film, waiters Fred Stroud, Paddy Smith, Emil Stemmler, Neil Osborne and UM114.
    Next a nightclub is visited, a jazz band entertains with singer (Cleo Laine) and Vibe player Johnny Wyne again, Paolo's pimp is the Contessa (Lottya Lenya) she attends with some gigolo's and their rich guests, two of the are (Edward De Souza) unattributed at IMDb and Walter Randall, other guests are Joe Wadham, Guy Standeven and an unattributed (Robert Rietty), waiters are Marcel De Villiers, Rex Garner and Andrew Andreas.
    Anthony Lang is a hotel desk clerk.

    Phew i think 50 uncredited names plus 8 UM/F's is a record for me.
    Lookalikes are the bane of uncredited actor spotters, i have mixed up similar looking actors Peter Zander and Neville Becker, it is the latter that is the other barber in Roman Spring not Peter.

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    As well as a photograph of Graham Tonbridge in SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE "Without Favour", the episode favours:


    Lewis Alexander among the Rotarians at a lunch where poor old Frank Windsor has to give a talk. The waiter is John Scott Martin


    And here we can see more clearly that it's Peter Evans on the opposite side of the table from Lewis


    With a candidate for the rare close-ups thread of Keith Ashley as an attentive listener


    Plus Colin Cunningham as an attentive smoker.

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    Those familiar British-based actors from across the Pond fill out many of the ranks of the speaking parts to join Robert Wagner and Steve McQueen, The War Lover, in the 1962 film. But there are also familiar background artists filling out the ranks of the non-speaking parts from our side of the Pond as the film was made on location here and at Shepperton:


    Movie Dude has already spotted Bill Strange heading for a briefing with Robert Wagner and many others, and one of those others behind Bill with pipe is Frederick Jaeger, who strangely has nothing to do but appear here and at a party scene later


    And here is that briefing and faces in the crowd include Alan Gibbs (who I'm sure is also the airman in the first scene of the film, getting washed but only with his back to us), Lou Morgan, Guy Standeven, Bill Baskiville, Tommy Winward, Pat Judge, Ernest Fennemore and Aidan Harrington

    Bill Edwards gets pride of place, but there's also the eyes of Burt Kwouk (playing "Chong") and the head of Mike Jarvis

    And the head of Alan Meacham between Messrs. McQueen and Wagner with Gary Cockrell beside them doing the Daily Star crossword. And Robert Nichols on the front too I reckon; like Herr Jaeger, oddly he has nothing to say or do

    When our heroes head off on a mission, the last thing they see before they take off is Colin McKenzie flashing them


    Here's that party and it looks like Harold Sanderson is trying to gate-crash it. His companion . . .


    . . . can more clearly seen here to be John Wilder, who looks like he's in the only RAF uniform we see in this film. We also see that Patrick Durkin lookalike is back on double bass and Shirley Anne Field purposefully heading across the dance floor


    A nice shot of the lovely Shirley who ends up sitting near the only civilian in the room, Jack Mandeville. Presumably, wardrobe couldn't find a uniform to fit him.

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    To conclude the party, Shirley struggles to resist the charm of dangerous Mr. McQueen - the headless chap in the middle is easier to ignore - but she can't see Vic Chapman in the background from there


    There's a crash landing about to happen and of course Ed Bishop is in the film as a colonel with the binoculars. Richard Leech adopts a dodgy accent for his role and is adopting a familiar pose of his as he watches. It looks like Joe Dunne too on the left; maybe Otto Friese on the upper level


    A bit of a sad tail, er tale, at this point and blimey, that dog's doing a good bit of remorseful acting. Martin Lyder and Emil Stemmler frankly struggle to compete


    Caf� Paris in London is our next port of call and Robert Wagner looks a bit crestfallen as Roy Everson dances heart to heart with his lady friend. I think Roy has the better quiff too

    Crestfallen explained: Steve has arrived to charm Shirley again. Meanwhile, Joe Beckett is charming his click for the night


    At the next table, poor old Joseph Tregonino has no click at all. And our trio don't seem to click together either

    Now it's Steve's turn to look more sullen, maybe because it looks like Tony Castleton is sitting right behind him

    Or maybe because Jerry Stovin insists on giving yet another chorus of "I'll Be Seeing You"? Sergeant Ken Lawton stands ready to conduct the community singing.

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    Coincidentally i have recently watched The War Lover, i was preparing a post, you beat me to it Gerald!, a difference of opinion though, i had UM71 as the Sergeant not Ken Lawton.
    Additional

    Airmen - Del Baker, Ron Watkins, Maxwell Craig, Billy Dean, Terence Maidment, UM42, UM62, UM85, UM94, UM115
    Dance Attendees - Mary Maxted (with Jack), Bernard Barnsley
    Man Leaving Train - Alf Casha
    Cafe Paris Patrons - Andrew Andreas, Robert Vossler, UM92, UM108 and possibly Tex Fuller

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    Thanks for the extra extras, philly: it does show that four eyes are better than two!

    Eyes down now for Father & Son (1936):

    Crooked financier (with other folks' money) Neville Brook (right) plots with Thompson (Howard Douglas) to drop James Mason in the same soup as his father Robert Rendel

    Ex-con Robert visits the home of his fellow inmate still in jug (Wally Patch, playing James Kaley) where a bit confusingly Vi Kaley plays the landlady and I think it's Henry (B.) Longhurst as the doctor. Robert's lantern jaw maybe indicates why he was a former Sherlock Holmes

    Comic relief with cheerful actor-cum-butler Philip Ray and squiffy maid Mary (Isobel Scaife). IMDb has Michael Ripper on its uncredited list, but I couldn't see him and wonder if somebody thought Philip was Michael

    Neville is Marcus Leadbetter however and is still up to his tricks, this time enlisting the services of forger Ben Williams

    The long arm of the law reaches out for Robert and just getting his into shot is detective Pat Hagan.

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    Renny Lister is "The Spinster" in DR. FINLAY'S CASEBOOK:


    And Peter Evans is no less than three churchgoers (in the space of about one minute) and a Tannochbrae Annual Social attendee as seen here while William Hurndell whisks Renny off to dance "Sugar".

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    Ghost Squad (1961)

    Has been well covered by Gerald and Cornershop. Watching 'Bullet With My Name On It' I couldn't get any pictures, but noticed in addition to Victor Harrington, Joe Wadham and John Tatum,

    Joseph Treganino - Bellhop
    Hyma Beckley - Man in Crowd Watching Procession
    Juba Kennerley - Man in Hotel Lobby

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    Richard Burton is certainly a Villain and joining him for his 1971 journey into violence:


    Harry Van Engel, who gets a line near the start of the film, checks the chips before Donald Sinden, M.P. has his


    That lush par excellence Burton wonders if he can grab the old boy's drink without him noticing. Byron Sortiris marches by as Eric Mason looks on and John Hallam sports a nice hair-do


    Ian McShane and Fiona Lewis go to a posh party hosted by fey Clive Francis and it looks like Terry Sartain is trying to be incognito wearing the shades


    And seems it's Richard Atherton, dressed rather like a vicar, who's serving the cr�me de menthe frappes


    Back at the casino, we find manager Michael Robbins engaging with DI Nigel Davenport, who's not keeping his one eye on Jay McGrath behind them


    Worse, he misses a few seconds' worth of Pauline Chamberlain


    At the tables, Mr. Burton has either left the coat hanger in his jacket or else he's not pleased to see Ian accompanied by the fair sex. But we're pleased to see Aidan Harrington just about getting into shot on the left as well as Jack "Kid" Berg


    Ian is pleased later outside a dodgy club where Joe the doorman, apparently in hood and gown, seems to be Sean Lynch


    There's an almighty fracas when Burton as vicious Vic stages a wages snatch and doing his best to snatch the wages back looks like Joe Dunne


    Nigel decides to follow up his enquiries at the house of Wendy Hutchinson, aided by Colin Welland and Jeff Silk, both of whom are well familiar with this sort of thing


    Familiar with their expenses accounts are Guy Standeven and Peter Evans among the great and good in the House of Commons Harcourt Room.

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    As Donald graciously serves up taxpayers' sandwiches, John Comer arrives with an unwelcome package and it looks like William Gosling right background has some tea to press upon a doubtless needy constituent


    An I.D. parade soon follows to find out who ate all the sandwiches and drank all the tea. The usual suspects include Hugh Elton and Tony Castleton


    IMDb has included Tony Adams as "Man" in their uncredited list, but I wonder if someone thought this is Tony putting the finger on old Richard? It's certainly not Tony, but might it be Max Mason?


    What we do know, though, is that the inspector putting the grip on Richard is Lew Hooper


    Richard gets all emotional at this funeral, which is ironic as his character has caused quite a few. Peter Avella gets centre stage as a mourner


    It's not particularly clear, but I'm pretty sure the vicar doing the needful is David Webb


    The undertakers in bowlers who are happy for the business put their way by Richard include George Holdcroft . . .


    . . . and Jack Carter. I'm wondering if the mourner on the left in glasses could be Ray Schock


    Cemetery to hospital now and Colin McKenzie may be on duty, but there's still time to eye up the nurses


    Aye, aye, Del Henney and his amazing set of sideburns leads in the Newcastle heavy mob, Rocky Taylor with sair heid and Johnny Shannon


    As he's from Newcastle, Rocky is called "Geordie", but he can't cope with George Spence sitting there, looking like he did 40 years earlier. Those NHS waiting times are really getting worse.

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    Sorry Gerald it's Terry Plummer not Rocky Taylor

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    So it is! Thanks, Roger.

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    Well done for the Pauline spot, Gerald. And I saw that film the other day!

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    In 1937, When Thief Meets Thief:


    Violinist Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (with no doubt someone else's fingers) auditions for "Other Parts" Roland Culver and Hindle (Marriott) Edgar


    Cecil Bevan plays a naughty butler who would like to do it


    Another "Other Part" is Henry Longhurst again, this time as a police inspector. And when we move onto the uncredited from the unattributed:


    Down Monte Carlo way, Alan Hale plays with Valerie Hobson as Anthony Ireland and Pat Hagan look on


    David Horne has a turn as the casino manager


    And at the magistrates (sic) court, could this gaunt spectator be Michael Rennie?
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    Better to go SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE and "Never Hit a Lady" and in Neil McCallum's favourite bar:


    He collects the drinks from Mohammed (sp varies) Shamsi


    Seeks directions from waiter Ray Marioni


    And hits that lady Susan Tebbs with alcohol. Those who doubt Jill Goldston and her CV can see her here; and can that also be John Cazabon simply as an extra, just earning a few bob?

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    A few more already covered's, Playback (1962)

    Casino Patron - Ron Watkins

    The Dock Brief (1962)
    The only version available is the U.S. release entitled Trial and Error, it runs about 8 minutes shorter allowing for PAL speed-up, i guess Ian Curry as a doctor was a victim of these cuts.

    Policeman - Lindsay Hooper, UM72
    Postman - Hyma Beckley
    Barrister - John Smart, UM70
    Clerk in Court - Philip Stewart
    Assistant to the Judge - Redmond Bailey
    Pub Patron - Eric Henderson, UM13, UM32
    Inconclusive - UF28, UM93

    Out of the Fog (1962)

    Warder - Lindsay Hooper (with Irish Accent)
    Pub Patron - Ned Hood
    Cafe Patron - UF10, UM71
    Plain Clothes Policemen - Jack Silk, Ray Schock, Bill Hibbert
    Inconclusive - Jimmy Charters

    Solo for Sparrow (1962)

    Passerby - UM88
    Bar Patron - Sheila Aza
    Policeman - UM64

    Gaolbreak (1962)
    Auction Patron - Philip Webb, James Ure, Alan Meacham, UM14, UM48, UM84
    Auction House Clerk - UM79
    Police Sergeant - Johnny Wyne
    Policeman - Dan Cressy
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    More SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE and "Its Ugly Head" is reared in the form of homosexuality. However, all is calm in the local station:


    Standard coppers Sergeant Jay Neill and P.C. Pat Gorman on duty as ever. Jay even rears his ugly head to say a line, but no credit for him.
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    The Gentle Terror (1962) is a low budget comedy drama starring Terence Alexander as a meek niave office worker called David , he thinks of great ideas for improving the company's profits, unfortunately his manager Ian (Malcolm Webster) is presenting them to the boss Mr Byrne (Laidman Brown) as his own, receiving credit and bonuses. David is in love with the shallow office flirt Daphne (Jill Hyem) but Ian's secretaryNancy (Angela Douglas) is in love with David. During the film David accidentally gets caught up with some gangsters and is asked to look after �10,000, he is stalked but keeps getting the better of them by inadvertantly knocking them out with his umbrella, this leads to him getting an undeserved reputation as a hardman. Back in the office a descrepancy is discovered in the books and David is suspected and when the �10,000 falls out of his pocket the police are called and he goes on the run. Cornered by the gangsters he saves himself by again accidentally knocking them out by dropping a suspended bed on them just as the police arrive. Ian is discovered to be the embezzler, David realises that it is Nancy is the one for him and it all ends up happy ever...
    A good role for Totti Truman Taylor as Mrs Connor, David's motherly landlady.
    Also appearing
    Cafe Customer - Eric Henderson
    Pub Customer - Jack Sharp, Ernie Rice, Walter Randall, Chris Adcock, Paddy Ryan, Gerry Judge
    Waiter - Johnny Wyne

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