Raymond Huntley

Raymond Huntley




Cast (Feature Film)

Symptoms (1974)
The Adding Machine (1969)
Hot Millions (1968)
Hostile Witness (1968)
The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery (1967)
Father Came Too (1966)
Mr. Wedgewood
Rotten to the Core (1965)
Prison governor
The Black Torment (1964)
Colonel Wentworth
Gutter Girls (1964)
Harry Halburton
Crooks Anonymous (1963)
Nurse on Wheels (1963)
Only Two Can Play (1962)
Waltz of the Toreadors (1962)
Court-martial president
The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's (1961)
Follow That Horse! (1961)
Special branch chief
The Risk (1961)
Sir George Gatling
Our Man in Havana (1960)
A French Mistress (1960)
Make Mine Mink (1960)
I'm All Right Jack (1960)
The Mummy (1959)
Joseph Whemple
Innocent Meeting (1959)
Man in a Cocked Hat (1959)
Foreign Office Minister
Room at the Top (1959)
Mr Hoylake
Town on Trial (1957)
Dr. Reese
Brothers in Law (1957)
The Prisoner (1956)
The General
The Last Man to Hang (1956)
Attorney general
The Green Man (1956)
Sir George Upshoot
The Teckman Mystery (1955)
Maurice Miller
Doctor at Sea (1955)
Captain Beamish
The Dam Busters (1955)
Laboratory Official
The Constant Husband (1955)
Wee Geordie (1955)
Hobson's Choice (1954)
Nathaniel Beenstock
Laxdale Hall (1953)
Man Bait (1952)
Clive Oliver
I'll Never Forget You (1951)
Mr. Throstle
Trio (1950)
Henry Chester
Passport to Pimlico (1949)
So Evil My Love (1948)
Henry Courtney
I See A Dark Stranger (1946)
They Came to a City (1944)
Immortal Battalion (1944)
Mail Train (1941)
Dr. [Alfred] Kerbishley
Night Train (1940)
Dinner at the Ritz (1937)
Knight Without Armor (1937)
White officer
Rembrandt (1936)
Can You Hear Me Mother? (1935)

Life Events


Stage debut in Birmingham


Movie Clip

Nurse On Wheels (1963) -- (Movie Clip) Not To Say Nosy On her first actual call, new village nurse Joanna (Juliet Mills) is flagged down by the daughter (Joan Sims) of the vicar (Raymond Huntley), to tend to the chatty Mrs. Wood (Joan Hickson, later famous on TV as Miss Marple), in Nurse On Wheels, 1963, from the Carry On! team of Peter Rogers and Gerald Thomas.
Room At The Top (1959) -- (Movie Clip) This Is A Small Town City supervisor Hoylake (Raymond Huntley) has a piece of counsel for up-and-coming clerk Joe Lampton (Laurence Harvey), regarding making his way in local society, in Room at the Top, 1959, from the novel by John Braine.
Mummy, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Such An Aura Of Menace Months after his fellow-Egyptologist father went bonkers after entering the tomb of an ancient princess, Banning (Peter Cushing) and his uncle and colleague (Raymond Huntley) seal the entrance, the local spook (George Pastell) already plotting revenge, in Hammer Films’ The Mummy. 1959.
Mummy, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) It'll Be Your Fault Exposition opening the Hammer Films’ re-boot of the Universal original, Egyptologist Banning (Felix Aylmer) cautioned by associate and brother-in-law Whemple (Raymond Huntley), Peter Cushing his injured son and leader, and there’s also a role for Christopher Lee, in The Mummy, 1959.
Man Bait (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Now See Here Young Lady We've just met both Ruby (Diana Dors) and Jeff (Peter Reynolds), who she catches snatching a book from the London shop where she works, as she's reprimanded by her boss Harman (George Brent), who later confers with Oliver (Raymond Huntley), thickening plot in the British Noir Man Bait, 1952.
I See A Dark Stranger (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing Belligerent Exteriors shot on location at a train station near Wrexford, as willful Irish republican Bridie (Deborah Kerr), just turned 21, sets out for Dublin, meeting seemingly docile Brit Miller (Raymond Huntley), early in Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat's war-time thriller I See A Dark Stranger, 1945.
I See A Dark Stranger (1945) -- (Movie Clip) At Least Half Irish Now working in England, conspiring against the Brits with Nazi spy Miller (Raymond Huntley), naive Irish militant Bridie (Deborah Kerr), who greatly dislikes Oliver Cromwell, helps her employer (Olga Lindo) greet tourist Baynes (Trevor Howard, his first scene) in I See A Dark Stranger, 1945.
Man In A Cocked Hat -- (Movie Clip) Miscellaneous Territories Jaunty opening introducing the British territory of Gaillardia, and Carlton-Browne (Terry Thomas) and parents (Kynaston Reeves, Marie Lohr), in the Boulting brothers' Man In A Cocked Hat (a.k.a. Carlton-Browne Of The F.O.), 1959.