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      • Walter Reed (born Walter Reed Smith, February 10, 1916 – August 20, 2001) was an American stage, film and television actor. Biography. Reed was born in 1916 in Fort Ward, Washington. Following a stint as a Broadway actor, Reed broke into films in 1941. He appeared in several features for RKO Radio Pictures, including the last two Mexican Spitfire comedies (in which Reed replaced Buddy Rogers as the Spitfire's husband).
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    Walter Reed, Actor: Flying Disc Man from Mars. The son of an Army officer, Walter Reed was born in Washington and grew up in Honolulu and Los Angeles, where he attended school with the children of movie stars. After his parents' divorce, and, during the darkest days of the Depression, 17-year-old Reed decided to try acting as a career and made a two-week trip to New York (via hitched rides on ...

  2. The son of an Army officer, Walter Reed was born in Washington and grew up in Honolulu and Los Angeles, where he attended school with the children of movie stars. After his parents' divorce, and, during the darkest days of the Depression, 17-year-old Reed decided to try acting as a career and made a two-week trip to New York (via hitched rides ...

    • Walter Reed Smith
    • February 10, 1916 in Seattle, Washington, USA
  3. He worked in stock and on Broadway and, with an assist from actor Joel McCrea, broke into pictures in the early 1940s. Walter Reed The son of an Army officer, Walter Reed was born in Washington and grew up in Honolulu and Los Angeles, where he attended school with the children of movie stars.

    • Actor
    • February 10, 1916
  4. Walter Reed (born Walter Reed Smith, February 10, 1916 – August 20, 2001) was an American stage, film and television actor. Biography. Reed was born in 1916 in Fort Ward, Washington. Following a stint as a Broadway actor, Reed broke into films in 1941.

  5. Aug 20, 2001 · A month before his death the city of Santa Cruz declared Walter Reed Day. Reed arrived at a local theater in a white horse drawn carriage where they showed his 1956 western "Seven Men fron Now" which had recently been restored. They also had him imprint his hand and feet in a slab of cement outside the theater. Actor.

    • Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
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