A piece of dedicated journalism from those wags at Radio Five ahead of an interview with Charcol mortgage boffin Ray Boulger led them to find that his namesake – give or take a vowel – played the scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz.Actor Ray Bolger is probably lesser known to MM readers than his cerebral mortgage counterpart and the reference is perhaps not so flattering given that the scarecrow was skipping down the yellow brick road in search of a brain.
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