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Otto Reichow was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Reichow kickstarted his acting career in various films such as the Judy Canova comedy "Joan of Ozark" (1942), the Bob Hope comedy "My Favorite Blonde" (1942) and the Cedric Hardwicke drama "The Moon Is Down" (1943). He also appeared in "The Conspirators" (1944), "Nob Hill" (1945) with George Raft and "Paris Underground" (1945). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Jewels of Brandenburg" (1947), the Rex Harrison adventure "King Richard and the Crusaders" (1954) and the Gregory Peck spy picture "Night People" (1954). He also appeared in "Love Me or Leave Me" (1955), the Rock Hudson dramatic adaptation "Never Say Goodbye" (1956) and the dramatic adaptation "The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit" (1956) with Jack Martin Smith. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the dramatic adventure "Istanbul" (1957) with Errol Flynn, the comedy adaptation "Operation Mad Ball" (1957) with Jack Lemmon and "The Young Lions" (1958) with Marlon Brando. He also appeared in the period drama "Operation Eichmann" (1961) with Werner Klemperer and the adaptation "Billy Rose's Jumbo" (1962) with Doris Day....

Otto Reichow was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Reichow kickstarted his acting career in various films such as the Judy Canova comedy "Joan of Ozark" (1942), the Bob Hope comedy "My Favorite Blonde" (1942) and the Cedric Hardwicke drama "The Moon Is Down" (1943). He also appeared in "The Conspirators" (1944), "Nob Hill" (1945) with George Raft and "Paris Underground" (1945). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Jewels of Brandenburg" (1947), the Rex Harrison adventure "King Richard and the Crusaders" (1954) and the Gregory Peck spy picture "Night People" (1954). He also appeared in "Love Me or Leave Me" (1955), the Rock Hudson dramatic adaptation "Never Say Goodbye" (1956) and the dramatic adaptation "The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit" (1956) with Jack Martin Smith. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the dramatic adventure "Istanbul" (1957) with Errol Flynn, the comedy adaptation "Operation Mad Ball" (1957) with Jack Lemmon and "The Young Lions" (1958) with Marlon Brando. He also appeared in the period drama "Operation Eichmann" (1961) with Werner Klemperer and the adaptation "Billy Rose's Jumbo" (1962) with Doris Day. Reichow last acted in the spy thriller "36 Hours" (1964) with James Garner. Reichow passed away in October 2000 at the age of 96.

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1.
 Ulzana's Raid (1972) Steegmeyer
2.
 36 Hours (1965) German soldiers
3.
 Hitler (1962) SS officer
4.
 Operation Eichmann (1961) Rostich
5.
 Imitation General (1958) German tank commander
6.
 Frankenstein--1970 (1958) Atomic reactor expert
7.
 Me and the Colonel (1958) German sergeant
8.
 The Young Lions (1958) German officer
9.
 Fräulein (1958) Major
10.
 Looking for Danger (1957) Wolff
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