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  • Duncan Macrae (actor) - Wikipedia

    Duncan Macrae; Born: John Ducan Macrae 20 August 1905 118 Kirkland Street, Maryhill, Glasgow, Scotland: Died: 23 March 1967 (aged 61) Glasgow, Scotland

  • Duncan Macrae - IMDb

    Duncan Macrae was born on August 20, 1905 in Glasgow, Scotland as John Duncan Macrae. He was an actor, known for The Little Kidnappers (1953), Tunes of Glory (1960 ...

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    Duncan Macrae may refer to: Duncan Macrae (actor) (1905–1967), Scottish actor; Duncan Macrae (rugby player) (1914–2007), player for the Scotland national rugby ...

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  • A Wee Coak Sparrah - Duncan MacRae - YouTube

    From 1959 onwards, MacRae's recitation of "The Wee Coak Sparrah" was a core ingredient of Scotland's televised New Year celebrations. Duncan MacRae was ...

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