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Russ Conway (II) (1925–2000)

Russ Conway was born on September 2, 1925 in Bristol, England as Trevor Herbert Stanford. He is known for his work on Meet the Wife (1963), A Weekend with Lulu (1961) and The Adventures of Brigadier Wellington-Bull (1959). He died on November 16, 2000 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Meet the Wife Music Department
A Weekend with Lulu Music Department
The Dream Maker Self - Cameo appearance


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 1964-1966 Meet the Wife (TV Series) (composer - 38 episodes)
- Christmas Travel (1966) ... (composer: theme tune)
- This Christmas, Shop Early! (1966) ... (composer: theme tune)
- Bless 'Em All (1966) ... (composer: theme tune)
- The Nasty Sleeper (1966) ... (composer: theme tune)
- The Homework (1966) ... (composer: theme tune)
 1961 A Weekend with Lulu (composer: theme music - as Trevor H. Stanford)
 1959 The Adventures of Brigadier Wellington-Bull (TV Series) (composer - 5 episodes)
- A Spicy Dish (1959) ... (composer: theme music - as Trevor H. Stanford)
- A Party Matter (1959) ... (composer: theme music - as Trevor H. Stanford)
- A Clubbable Man (1959) ... (composer: theme music - as Trevor H. Stanford)
- A Guardian Angel (1959) ... (composer: theme music - as Trevor H. Stanford)
- A Fruitful Business (1959) ... (composer: theme music - as Trevor H. Stanford)
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Show Show Self (39 credits)
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Trevor H. Stanford

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Television pianist who had number 1 UK hits with "Side Saddle" and "Roulette" both in 1959, followed by some lesser hits in the early 60s, but continued his success right into the '70s, especially on television. See more »


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