1. - Alfie Bass, The Fearless Vampire Killers, 1967. Change of character actors. Bethnal Green's Alfie made 95 screen roles compared to the Russian (Georgia) born Tamiroff's 153!
2. - Juan Carlos Ordonez (voice), Don Quijote de Orson Welles (US: Don Quixote), 1992. When he tested Mischa Auer as Quixote in 1955, the Welles regular Tamiroff, was the obvious Sancho Panza. When shooting finally began in Mexico, 1957, Tamiroff was still on board while Auer was succeeded by Francisco Reiguera. By the time the film was rolling anew in the 60s, another Spanish actor was drafted in to voice Sancho They were all dead when Welles' assistant, director the notorious Spanish shlockmeister Jesus (or Jess) Franco, released this cut of some (not all) of the rushes, seven years after Orson's death. (This explains why Tamiroff fell into Franco's garbage: Marquis de Sade: Justine, 1969).