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    I won't be happy if these are lookalikes, Movie Dude. Hopefully they're all Barry Ashton (right):



    His IMDb credits include episodes of Thriller (left) and The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes.

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    A new name to me Cornershop. I don't have any images of him I'm afraid, but he does look familiar.

    Not sure about the first, but the second certainly look the part. He does'nt have a long filmography and I've not seen any of the things he's appeared in. But I 'was' thinking of buying Out of the Unknown. I think will put it higher up the list of things to get.

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    Doctor Who fans should know him, Movie Dude. He appeared in (at least) eight episodes - none of them as monsters.

    Unnamed Extras in 'Anne of the Thousand Days' (1969)

    Possibly Lilian Hutchins, Steve Plytas & Michael Trubshawe?:



    Possibly Eric Mason, surely Leila Forde and maybe John Tate?

    I visited that page after seeing unfamiliar actress Juliet Kempson
    ('Catherine's Lady-in-Waiting') in The Fenn Street Gang (right):



    Same woman?

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    No 2...Tommy Little...

    No 4....Max (stunts)....

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    Max Faulkner.

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    Thanks guy's. That's another few named.

    Lilian Hutchins is another new name to me Cornershop, so you could be right about her. It looks like you are right about Leila Forde as well, but I'd have to agree with Tommy Little and Max Faulkner. I couldn't swear to any of the rest. Michael Trubshawe I think is doubtful!. John Tate looks possible and Juliet Kempson is another new name so I suppose it could be her.

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    I should have recognised Max Faulkner, am surprised that isn't Steve Plytas (never heard of Tommy Little) and certain about Juliet Kempson.

    Closest I could find to a 'matching' Michael Trubshawe:



    Anne of the Thousand Days|The Lavender Hill Mob

    Leila Forde comparison/confirmation:



    Anne of the Thousand Days|Ghost Squad - Mr. Five Percent


    Regarding Lilian Hutchins, the dark(ened) complexion gave me the idea she might be 'Catherine's Spanish Lady-in-Waiting'.

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    It's a fair match for Michael Trubshawe. He certainly has a few of the same marks but 'I' still can't see it's Trubshawe but 'you' may still be right Cornershop.

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    You might find this comparison more convincing, Movie Dude. I think the Nurse in The Human
    Jungle
    - The Two-Edged Sword (1963) is Unknown Female #10/'Lady on Bus' in Alfie (1966):


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    Well spotted Cornershop. These two look like a perfect match but sadly no name for her.

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    Dear Movie dude

    I think the attached is Fred Wood (in a hood) listeng to St Crispin's Day Speech in Henry V

    Henry V 2.jpgHenry V St Crispin's Day Speech.jpg

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    Dear Movie Dude
    I think the picture attached from Catherine Howard (1970) is also Fred Wood, Your thoughts on this welcomed

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    Yep. I think you're right about the Henry V image but I'm fairly sure the other isn't Fred. He's much to pretty and doesn't have his trade mark ears.

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    In Two Way Stretch extra no 4 is John More.

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    Yep. Dead right Philly. Thanks

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    Les Conrad has since turned up in two episodes of Special Branch, firstly as a forklift truck driver in Polonaise (1973):




    The following week he reappeared as a plainclothes policeman, arresting hippie bomb maker Diana Quick in Red Herring:



    The taller man in the background may very well be Den(n)is DeMarne, Patricia Maynard's admirer in When Day Is Done.

    This is how he looked in Moonbase 3 - Behemoth:



    Credit- The Actors Compendium

    I also remember him from early episodes of The Sweeney. Very distinctive. He and Les were in a few Thames/Euston Films productions I notice.

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    Thanks Cornershop. I've added those to the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornershop15 View Post
    I won't be happy if these are lookalikes, Movie Dude. Hopefully they're all Barry Ashton (right):



    His IMDb credits include episodes of Thriller (left) and The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes.
    In the background, this is a worried Barry Ashton in his penultimate DOCTOR WHO story, "The Time Monster" (1972):



    The pen-pushing pipsqueak in pinstripes (and bowler) in the foreground is played by Neville Barber.

    In the top pictures, I don't think either 1 or 2 are Barry; 1 looks more like Patrick Milner (and his giant sideburns) to me and 2 is a Cockney actor whose name I can recall at the moment.

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    Dear Movie Dude

    Looking at One Million Years BC I think I have spotted Dido Plumb (while lookinf for Fred Wood), also later spotted Fred 2nd cave man on left

    One%20Million%20Years%20BC[1].jpgone million years BC.jpg

    Also Fred in Burke and Hare, Beckect, Toothy and Hour of the Pig AKA The Advocate

    Burke and Hare3.jpgBeckett.jpgToothy3.jpgHour of the Pig AKA The Advocate.jpg
    Last edited by Wood-TIMBER-Wood; 30-08-14 at 09:14 PM. Reason: Additional sightings

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