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Raymond Huntley

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Also Known As: Died: June 15, 1990
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Birth Place: Birmingham, England, GB Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Symptoms (1974)
The Adding Machine (1969) as Smithers
Hot Millions (1968) as Bayswater
A computer whiz and his pregnant girlfriend set out to rob a massive corporation.
Hostile Witness (1968) as John Naylor
A lawyer out to avenge his daughter's death becomes the suspect in a suspect's murder.
Father Came Too (1966) as Mr. Wedgewood
Rotten to the Core (1965) as Prison governor
Rogues Jelly Knight, Scapa Flood, and Lennie the Dip leave prison expecting boss The Duke to have their stash ready to share out. Instead, Duke's girl Sara gives them the news Duke is dead and the money gone on nursing care. They soon discover that Duke is actually running Hope Springs Nature Clinic with the help of most of the local villains. Very strange - and the nearby army camp and Sara's encouragement of Lieutenant Vine would seem to be no coincidence either.
Gutter Girls (1964) as Harry Halburton
A clique of girls in an English school wear a small yellow teddybear on their uniform to signify that they have lost their virginity. Linda, the girl's leader, fears she may be pregnant from her window cleaner boyfriend, "Kinky", an aspiring pop singer. Desperate, and unable to confide in her parents, she must wrestle with her conscience and decide what course of action to take. Meanwhile, a concerned teacher learns the significance of the yellow teddybears, and in trying to help the girls in question, puts her own career in jeopardy.
The Black Torment (1964) as Colonel Wentworth
A lord returns to his manor with his new wife, to hear rumours that he had already secretly returned and had committed several murders. Has he lost his mind, or is something dark afoot ?
Crooks Anonymous (1963) as Wagstaffe
An habitual criminal enrolls in a recovery program based on the AA system. He gets a job as Father Christmas in a department store and finds temptation everywhere.
Nurse on Wheels (1963) as Vicar
Quietly competent young Joanna moves with her scatterbrain mother to a country village to take up her first job as District Nurse. She soon overcomes the suspicion of her patients used to someone rather older, while becoming romantically involved with a local farmer - at least until he tries to evict a newly-arrived expectant couple who park their caravan on his land.
Only Two Can Play (1962) as Vernon
A Welsh librarian fed up with his meager, married existence meets a beautiful woman with whom he tries to consummate an affair.
Waltz of the Toreadors (1962) as Court-martial president
General Fitzhugh, an aging Lothario has an overactive eye for a pretty woman. Despite a long and satisfying career as a seducer extraordinaire, something always seems to get in the way of his bedding the breathtakingly lovely Ghislaine, a more-than-willing town local.
The Risk (1961) as Sir George Gatling
A government team researching cures for plague find their results put on the Official Secrets list. One of their number is so incensed by this that he lets the maimed and jealous companion of a female colleague draw him into what, technically, could be a treasonable act.
The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's (1961) as Judge
When the school burns to the ground there's clearly been some arson around. The pupils are found guilty and the judge hands them into the care of a pretty dubious child psychiatrist. The sixth form are soon kidnapped and on their way to Arabia with the Ministry of Education, Barchester police, and an Army Bath Unit after them. But real rescue fourth form.
Follow That Horse! (1961) as Special branch chief
Our Man in Havana (1960) as General
A salesman in Cuba takes up spying to support his spendthrift daughter.
I'm All Right Jack (1960) as Magistrate
A veteran starting out in business gets caught between management and labor.
Make Mine Mink (1960)
An ex-military man leads a gang of misfits on a mink coat robbing spree, making a trio of women very happy in the process.
French Mistress, A (1960)
The boys of Melbury Primary School are plunged into turmoil when the new French Master turns out to be a Mistress! Madelin Leforge's (the French Mistress) effect on the boys is swift and amazing. Suddenly everyone wants extra French Lessons just to glimpse the teacher in revealing shorts and bikinis. As disclipine crumbles a scandal explodes when the Head discovers the madomiswlle's mother was an old flame. Madeline must be dismissed to save further embarrasment. But the boys take strike action to sop this happening in a breezy comedy with plenty of Ooh La La!
Room at the Top (1959) as Mr Hoylake
A young accountant claws his way to the top in the boardroom and the bedroom.
Man in a Cocked Hat (1959) as Foreign Office Minister
A bumbling diplomat tries to rebuild relations with a Pacific island kingdom.
The Mummy (1959) as Joseph Whemple
A resurrected mummy stalks the archaeologists who defiled his tomb.
Innocent Meeting (1959)
Sean Lynch, Beth Rogan, Raymond Huntley, Ian Fleming, Howard Lang. Falsely accused of a theft, a former juvenile offender goes on the lam while his girlfriend pleads his case to the police.
Town on Trial (1957) as Dr. Reese
When an attractive young girl is murdered, suspicion falls on several members of the local tennis club. It falls to Police Inspector Halloran to sort out all the red herrings, and finally after a confrontation at the top of the local church spire, arrest the culprit. Another fascinating look at what life was like in Britain during the 50's,
Brothers in Law (1957) as Tatlock
Newly qualified barrister Roger Thursby joins his flatmate as a trainee at a London law firm. Thrown in at the deep end by the absent-minded senior partner, his first few appearances in court border on the disastrous as he encounters a succession of cantankerous judges.
The Prisoner (1956) as The General
A cardinal is arrested for treason and forced to give a false confession of guilt.
Green Man, The (1956) as Sir George Upshoot
Work has been going with a bang for freelance assassin Hawkins but a job in England just after the war is a different matter. His apparently easy target, a pompous government minister, is off for some hanky-panky at the Green Man on the south coast, where Hawkins is planning to retire him for good. But before he can get on with this the hit-man has a procession of unwanted visitors at home to dispose of - one way or another.
The Last Man to Hang (1956) as Attorney general
A man is put on trial for the alleged murder of his wife.
Wee Geordie (1955) as Rawlins
A young Scotsman is sent to compete in the Melbourne Olympics.
Doctor at Sea (1955) as Captain Beamish
Dr Sparrow is assigned to a naval ship with only two women aboard.
The Dam Busters (1955) as Laboratory Official
British flyers try to cripple the Nazis by taking out their dams.
Teckman Mystery, The (1955) as Maurice Miller
Constant Husband, The (1955) as J F Hassett
An amnesiac wakes up to find out that he has married seven women and gets himself in quite a messy hassle.
Hobson's Choice (1954) as Nathaniel Beenstock
A widower father fights to control the lives of his three strong-willed daughters.
Laxdale Hall (1953)
A parliamentary delegation is sent to a remote community in the Scottish Highlands where the residents are protesting at their poor links with the outside world. After a few days amongst them, the visitors come to appreciate the locals' lifestyle.
Man Bait (1952) as Clive Oliver
The married owner of a bookstore enters a world of trouble after making advances at his clerk.
I'll Never Forget You (1951) as Mr. Throstle
Trio (1950) as Henry Chester
W. Somerset Maugham introduces three more of his stories about human foibles.
Passport to Pimlico (1949) as Mr Wix
When residents of a small London neighborhood discover the land still belongs to France, they take their new nationality seriously.
So Evil My Love (1948) as Henry Courtney
A con artist seduces a missionary's widow into joining his crooked schemes.
I See A Dark Stranger (1946)
An Irish woman who hates the English turns Nazi spy.
Immortal Battalion (1944)
A hopeless battalion becomes a top fighting unit in WWII Africa.
Mail Train (1941) as Dr. [Alfred] Kerbishley
Night Train (1940) as Kampenfeldt
A British agent masquerades as a Nazi officer to protect an inventor and his daughter.
Knight Without Armor (1937) as White officer
A British spy tries to get a countess out of the new Soviet Union.
Dinner at the Ritz (1937) as Gibout
The daughter of a murdered financier is working as a jewelry salesperson while she tracks those among her father's colleagues who plotted against him.
Rembrandt (1936) as Ludwick
The respected painter takes to drink and faces down scandal after his wife dies.

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