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Robert Raglan was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Raglan's career beginnings included film roles in "23 Paces to Baker Street" (1956) with Van Johnson, the drama "The Deadliest Sin" (1956) with Sydney Chaplin and the Jeffrey Hunter spy thriller "Count Five and Die" (1958). Raglan made film his next project, appearing in the Jack Hawkins dramatic adaptation "Gideon's Day" (1959), the Francoise Dorleac comedic adaptation "Where the Spies Are" (1965) and "Loot" (1970) with Richard Attenborough. He also appeared in the Peter Sellers comedy "The Magic Christian" (1970) and the Olivia Newton-John musical "Toomorrow" (1970). Later in his career, Raglan acted in "Catch Me a Spy" (1971).

Robert Raglan was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Raglan's career beginnings included film roles in "23 Paces to Baker Street" (1956) with Van Johnson, the drama "The Deadliest Sin" (1956) with Sydney Chaplin and the Jeffrey Hunter spy thriller "Count Five and Die" (1958). Raglan made film his next project, appearing in the Jack Hawkins dramatic adaptation "Gideon's Day" (1959), the Francoise Dorleac comedic adaptation "Where the Spies Are" (1965) and "Loot" (1970) with Richard Attenborough. He also appeared in the Peter Sellers comedy "The Magic Christian" (1970) and the Olivia Newton-John musical "Toomorrow" (1970). Later in his career, Raglan acted in "Catch Me a Spy" (1971).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Catch Me a Spy (1971) Ambassador
2.
 The Magic Christian (1970) Maltravers
3.
 Loot (1970) Doctor
4.
 Horror House (1970) Bradley
5.
 Subterfuge (1968) Fennimore
6.
 Prehistoric Women (1967) Colonel Hammond
7.
 Where the Spies Are (1966) Sir Robert
8.
 Jig Saw (1965) Chief constable
9.
 The Traitors (1963)
10.
 Corridors of Blood (1963) Wilkes
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