(12/8/49) Radio: Appeared in a "The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "Alias Nick Beal".
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R.A. Milland | R. Milland | Raymond Alton Milland | Raymond Milland | Spike Milland
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[on how he came to attend the 1946 Oscar ceremonies] On the day it dawned I knew I couldn't face it and made up my mind not to attend. At breakfast I hesitantly told Mal [his wife] of my decision. She slowly put down her fork and just examined me. I didn't know where to look. Then she said, "I know that you're erratic, volatile, and the possessor of a foul temper. But I never thought you were a ...
A licensed pilot, he tried to enlist in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II, but was rejected due to an "impaired left hand." Instead he worked as a civilian flight instructor for the Army and also toured with the USO in the South Pacific.