Ray Milland

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Ray Milland (1907-1986).
Ray Milland as John Geste aims an Berthier Model 1907-15 rifle in Beau Geste (1939).

Ray Milland (born as Alfred Reginald Jones 3 January 1907 in Neath, Wales, United Kingdom - died 10 March 1986 Torrance, California, U.S.A ) was British and American actor and movie director. In 1945 he gained an Academy Award for best actor in a leading role in the film The Lost Weekend, where he played a writer struggling with addiction to alcohol. For the same role won the prize at the Cannes Film Festival. He also played in Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder (1954) or in the romantic film Love Story (1970). In the late stage of his career, formed mainly on television became popular thanks to the sitcom The Ray Milland Show (original name was Meet Mr. McNutley) and also thanks to the detective series Markham. Ray Milland ​​since 1929 was cast in 158 films, at 7 participated as a director.


Ray Milland can be seen using the following weapons in the following films and television series:


Film

Gun Character Film Title Note Date
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Pistol Capt. 'Bulldog' Drummond Bulldog Drummond Escapes 1937
Berthier Model 1907-15 rifle John Geste Beau Geste 1939
Smith & Wesson Model 32 Stephen Neale Ministry of Fear With pearl grips 1944
Baby Browning Stephen Neale Ministry of Fear 1944
1934 Mauser Pocket Pistol Stephen Neale Ministry of Fear 1944
Luger P08 Col. Ralph Denistoun Golden Earrings 1947
Single Action Army Wes Steele A Man Alone 1955
Winchester Model 1892 Wes Steele A Man Alone 1955
Martini-Henry Rifle Hassan Slavers "Arabized" versinon, Mk. II 1978

Television

Gun Character Title Note/Episode Date
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Jarvis Goodland Columbo "The Greenhouse Jungle" (S02E02) 1972



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