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    Senior Member Country: England cornershop15's Avatar
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    Here's your 'Unknown Female #10' again, MovieDude. Attending a group therapy session with fellow patient
    Joan Collins in The Human Jungle episode Struggle for a Mind (filmed between February and March 1964):


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    Thanks Cornershop. That's a good image of her. It's nice to see her turn up again. I've just added The Human Jungle to my 'to-get' list.

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    #10 admiring Larry's ding-a-ling and still going strong in the mid 70s?
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    Well spotted Sloth. That looks like her. All we need now is a name.

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    Senior Member Country: Scotland Gerald Lovell's Avatar
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    Scott Palmer has identified number 70, here sitting at the bench with James Robertson Justice in The Fast Lady (1962):


    as Pat Halpin, who was also Jack Hawkins' stand-in. The incredulous clerk is Trevor Baxter.

    And again from Scott, from The Comedy Man (1964), it looks like Paddy Ryan, plus number 62 ("Horseface") and The Old Codger (possibly Keith Hooper?).

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    Thank you Gerald and Thank You Scott. Excellent work again. That means I've only got about a hundred unknowns to go.

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    Great stuff! Halpin appears to be listed twice on IMDb, once as Patrick Halpin, with 3 appearances in episodes of The Vise, and also as Pat Halpin, in 2 Magnificent Six and a Half films, and also The Mini Affair (1967) as "1st Civil Servant." A bit too many fellows of the same name to track him down in genealogy records, though.

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    Emil Stemmler (I hope) as an uncredited Gendarme in the Interpol Calling episode The Girl with Grey Hair (1960):



    The lady is Mary Laura Wood, who I failed to recognise from a B-film I saw a few months ago, Stranger in Town.

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    Don't think that's Emil Stemmler Cornershop but that's a very nice picture of Mary Laura Wood

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    I had my doubts but still thought it was worth a try, and this is a few years before the other images we've seen of Emil.

    One subject that hasn't had much attention so far is your 'Unknown Male No. 93':



    Can't recall him in those episodes. He first registered in the memory during my YouTube viewing of Some Girls Do (1969):



    And look who's with him! This is from the DVD, which I bought later in Network's Xmas Sale. Was he always this camp?

    Confusingly, Unknown Female #9's lookalike, Totti Truman-Taylor, is in the same scene (Robert Morley's cookery class):



    With William Kendall, centre, and a disguised (as well as dubbed) James Villiers. Does anyone know who 'The Bishop' is?

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    My apologies Cornershop. I looked again at your picture and I think you are right. It is Emil Stemmler. It's the hat that threw me and the narrowness of the image. So I squashed it down a bit and hey presto Emil appeared.

    I've often wondered if Female #9 and Totti Truman-Taylor ever appeared together. And they did.

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    Thank you for proving me right, MovieDude (I just hope others agree!). That cap does make a difference ... unlike the
    headgear Roy Holder is wearing. He's easy to recognise. The same goes for the lady, who I've mentioned a few times:



    From the first part of the Ace of Wands story Sisters Deadly (1972). At the post office, Chas is coming out of a trance!

    Among the other things I've seen this distinctive extra in are The Baron, possibly as a Saleswoman, and All Coppers Are ....
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    I think it's Emil, too--just slightly elongated.

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    Emil Stemmler, yes.

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    I'm wondering if number 5 could be Freddie Fowler, who was a semi-regular in SERGEANT CORK in the 60s:


    (Pinched from Aveleyman).

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    A good look-a-like but when we see them together...



    ...they looks quite different.

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    ...but they both look very guilty about somethin'!

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    In the case of Freddie Fowler, it'll be fouling up his lines as usual!

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    For a moment, I thought the Sergeant Cork actor was Frederick Peisley.

    Unknown Male #94, who I first noticed in The Persuaders! - That's Me Over There, turned up in Ace of Wands earlier:



    Spotted at the Peace and Love Jumble Sale in the 3rd part of the story The Beautiful People (1972). With Vivien Heilbron.

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    Thanks Cornershop. I've never heard of Ace of Wands. It will have to go on the list.


    I have recently done Sweeny! and Sweeny 2 and was struck by the apparent ageing on Tony Allen. These images are only a few years apart but he seems to have aged dramatically. If indeed it is him? Could it be another actor???

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