Duncan Macrae (I) (1905–1967)


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Duncan Macrae was born on August 20, 1905 in Glasgow, Scotland as John Duncan Graham Macrae. He was an actor, known for Casino Royale (1967), Tunes of Glory (1960) and The Little Kidnappers (1953). He was married to Margaret Scott. He died on March 23, 1967 in Glasgow. See full bio »

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(age 61) in Glasgow, Scotland, UK

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Known For

Casino Royale Inspector Mathis
(1967)
Tunes of Glory Pipe Major Maclean
(1960)
The Little Kidnappers Jim MacKenzie, Granddaddy
(1953)
Kidnapped The Highlander
(1960)

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 1968 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia
Jock McCue
 1967 The Prisoner (TV Series)
Doctor / Napoleon Bonaparte
- Dance of the Dead (1967) ... Doctor / Napoleon Bonaparte (as Duncan MacRae)
 1967 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
The Crocus
- A Black Candle for Mrs Gogarty (1967) ... The Crocus
 1967 Casino Royale
Inspector Mathis (as Duncan MaCrae)
 1966 Ransom for a Pretty Girl (TV Mini-Series)
Sir Andrew
- Episode #1.6 (1966) ... Sir Andrew
 1965 A Slight Case of... (TV Series)
- The Enemy Within (1965)
 1964-1965 Dr. Finlay's Casebook (TV Series)
Cogger / Albert Cogger
- Laughing Gas (1965) ... Cogger
- A Call from Cogger (1964) ... Albert Cogger
 1964 What a Joy Ride (TV Movie)
Macnab
 1964 They All Died Laughing
Dr. Brass
 1964 The Avengers (TV Series)
Brigadier General Sir Ian Stuart-Bollinger
- Esprit De Corps (1964) ... Brigadier General Sir Ian Stuart-Bollinger
 1963 First Night (TV Series)
Jamie
- It's All Lovely (1963) ... Jamie (as Duncan MacRae)
 1963 Kidnapped (TV Mini-Series)
Ebenezer Balfour
- Back to Shaws (1963) ... Ebenezer Balfour
- The Flight in the Heather (1963) ... Ebenezer Balfour
- The House of Shaws (1963) ... Ebenezer Balfour
 1963 The Model Murder Case
Barney
 1963 Comedy Playhouse (TV Series)
RAC Man
- Impasse (1963) ... RAC Man
 1961 The Best of Enemies
Sgt. Trevethan
 1961 Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog
Sgt. Davie Maclean
 1959-1961 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Alexander Flint
- The Conscientious Gauger (1961) ... Alexander Flint
 1960 Tunes of Glory
Pipe Major Maclean
 1960 Kidnapped
The Highlander
 1960 Lazarus (TV Movie)
Diego Spina
 1959-1960 Para Handy - Master Mariner (TV Series)
Para Handy
- The Marriage Market (1960) ... Para Handy
- Para Handy's Apprentice (1960) ... Para Handy
- The Prize Canary (1960) ... Para Handy
- A Happy New Year (1960) ... Para Handy
- Para Handy's Experiment (1959) ... Para Handy
 1959 The Vital Spark (TV Series)
Para Handy (1959-1960)
 1959 Our Man in Havana
MacDougal
 1959 The Bridal Path
H.Q. Police Sgt.
 1958 Mad Little Island
Duncan Ban
 1958 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
PC George Hanson
- Death Hangs on a Word (1958) ... PC George Hanson
 1957-1958 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Fergus Crampton / McCrimmon
- You Never Can Tell (1958) ... Fergus Crampton
- Mr. Bolfry (1957) ... McCrimmon
 1956 Kidnapped (TV Series)
Blind catechist
- Red Fox (1956) ... Blind catechist
 1955 Wee Geordie
Schoolmaster
 1953 The Little Kidnappers
Jim MacKenzie, Granddaddy
 1952 You're Only Young Twice
Prof. Hayman
 1950 Five Angles on Murder
Supt. Lodge
 1949 Whisky Galore
Angus MacCormac
 1947 The Brothers
John Macrae
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Other Works:

He was the original skipper of the puffer, Vital Spark, in the TV programme, "Para Handy" in the 60s See more »

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4 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Duncan MaCrae | Duncan MacRae

Height:

6' 1" (1.85 m)
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Trivia:

He played the Highlander in Kidnapped (1960) and Ebenezer Balfour in Kidnapped (1963). See more »

Trademark:

Gaunt facial features

Star Sign:

Leo

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