Dedicated to the work of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger and all the other people, both actors and technicians who helped them make those wonderful films.
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Pete Murray (at left of front row) was an early DJ on BBC radio and one of the first presenters of Top of the Pops and other "popilar music" shows such as "Six-Five Special" on BBC TV.
But before any of that he did some work as a film extra and was spotted in The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) in the scene in the BBC Bunker. He's one of the last people to walk down the corridor as Clive Candy arrives to make his broadcast.