SHOT AT DAWN
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who plays Colonel Henry Hammond Donald was particularly pleased to take away a memento from the episode.
"The art department needed a picture of me as a young man and luckily I found a photograph of myself in army uniform from 1967. So that brought some memories back, and they copied the photograph as an oil painting to hang in the gallery.
"Afterwards they gave the painting to me as a present, and now I have it at home and it's a lovely memory which I will treasure. It's a picture of me but 40 years ago - I should keep it in the attic like Dorian Gray!"
plays Lionel Hicks. "He was a corporal and still likes to wear his uniform. He is a bit eccentric and funny, but it seems he wouldn't harm a fly. I said I wanted to black out a couple of teeth, but in close up it looked awful. So the make-up lady scattered black across my teeth to make out I had been smoking a lot instead," says George.
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