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Milton Reid was an actor who was no stranger to being featured in numerous film roles throughout his Hollywood career. Reid's earliest roles were in film, including the Curt Jurgens adventure "Ferry to Hong Kong" (1959), the action picture "The Swiss Family Robinson" (1960) with John Mills and the mystery "Berserk" (1967) with Joan Crawford. He also appeared in the action film "Deadlier Than the Male" (1967) with Richard Johnson, "Great Catherine" (1968) and "How to Make It" (1969) with Vic Morrow. He continued to work steadily in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, appearing in "The Assassination Bureau" (1969), the Omar Sharif action flick "The Horsemen" (1971) and the Vincent Price horror sequel "Doctor Phibes Rises Again" (1972). He also appeared in "No. 1 of the Secret Service" (1977). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "The Goodies" (1976-77). During the latter part of his career, he continued to act in "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977) with Roger Moore, the horror flick "Terror" (1978) with John Nolan and the Christopher Mitchell comedy "What's Up Superdoc" (1978). He also appeared in the Milo O'Shea adventure "Arabian Adventure" (1979) and the comedy "Confessions From the David Galaxy Affair" (1979) with Alan Lake. Reid more recently acted in "Queen of the Blues" (1979).
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