The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue AKA Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti et al AKA Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974, Christine Galbo, Ray Lovelock, Arthur Kennedy)

Disregard the reference to 'Manchester' and to 'Morgue'. This apparently highly regarded Spanish-Italian zombie film was shot largely in Derbyshire. It does however open with some Manchester footage of SELNEC PTE buses. The views of Manchester folk standing zombie-like on the streets prefigure the opening scenes of Shaun of the Dead.
SELNEC 5817 (BJA917B), a 1964 Leyland PD2 with East Lancs body, new as Stockport Corporation 17:
Easiest to identify here is a 1970 Daimler Fleetline with 'Mancunian' style bodywork by MCW, new to SELNEC and from the PNA-J batch:
Not clearly seen is this older 'decker:
SELNEC 7031 (VNB131L), a 1972 Leyland Atlantean AN68/1R with Park Royal body, passes a Leyland Titan:
Was this ERF a SELNEC recovery wagon? (There's a 'decker in NBC red livery beyond the Atlantean)
SELNEC 3036 (WRJ185) was a 1963 Leyland Titan PD2/40 with MCW body new as Salford Corporation 185, and is seen arriving at Piccadilly bus station:
An ecological theme is picked out with odd closeups:

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