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Raymond Glendenning (1907–1974)

Raymond Glendenning was born on September 25, 1907 in Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales as Raymond Carl Glendenning. He was an actor, known for The Swingin' Maiden (1962), Dry Rot (1956) and Asking for Trouble (1942). He was married to Sheilagh Millar. He died on February 23, 1974. See full bio »


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Known For

The Swingin' Maiden
The Swingin' Maiden Rally Commentator
Dry Rot
Dry Rot Commentator
Asking for Trouble
Asking for Trouble Commentator
Master of Arts
Master of Arts Radio commentator


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 1962 The Swingin' Maiden
Rally Commentator (voice)
 1961 The Rag Trade (TV Series)
Racing Commentator
- Early Start (1961) ... Racing Commentator (voice)
 1961 The Naked Edge
Football Commentator (uncredited)
 1959 Carry on Nurse
Racing Commentator (voice, uncredited)
 1956 Dry Rot
 1956 Sooty (TV Series)
Boxing Commentator
- Sooty the Champ (1956) ... Boxing Commentator (voice)
 1954 The Belles of St. Trinian's
Commentator (uncredited)
 1954 The Rainbow Jacket
Racing commentator (uncredited)
 1953 Small Town Story
Commentator (uncredited)
 1952 Derby Day
Narration and Commentary (voice)
 1951 The Galloping Major
Guest Artiste
 1950 Master of Arts (TV Movie)
Radio commentator (voice)
 1949 The Canvas Rainbow (TV Movie)
Radio commentator (voice)
 1947 The Balance (Short)
 1942 Tank Battle (Short)
 1942 Asking for Trouble
Show Show Self (5 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Book: Ray Glendenning's Boys Book of Sport (Annual)

Publicity Listings:

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Did You Know?


He covered the FA Cup Final every year from 1946 to 1963. He also commentated on the 1962 World Cup and regularly on domestic and international football matches. Also commentated on boxing and horse racing.


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