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Milton Wood (1917–1966)

Milton Wood was born on July 28, 1917 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA as Milton Leo Wood. He was an actor, known for Stars on Parade (1946), The Amos 'n Andy Show (1951) and Ramar of the Jungle (1952). He died on August 14, 1966 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Stars on Parade
Stars on Parade Capt. Johnny Bennett
The Amos 'n Andy Show
The Amos 'n Andy Show Doctor / Eddie Cooper / Floorwalker / John Bentley / Maitre De / Mr. Carter / Mr. Fredericks / Mr. Harper
Ramar of the Jungle
Ramar of the Jungle Pisano Chief
Adventures of Superman
Adventures of Superman Mr. Barbarier


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 1958 Tarzan's Fight for Life
Temple Native (uncredited)
 1955 Sheena: Queen of the Jungle (TV Series)
- Forbidden Cargo (1955) ... Tanyika
 1955 The Whistler (TV Series)
 1952-1955 The Amos 'n Andy Show (TV Series)
Eddie Cooper / Doctor / Mr. Carter / ...
- The Meal Ticket (1955) ... Eddie Cooper
- The Kingfish Gets Amnesia (1955) ... Doctor (uncredited)
- The Girl Upstairs (1953) ... Mr. Carter (uncredited)
- The Lodge Brothers Complain (1953) ... John Bentley
- The Kingfish Finds His Future (1953) ... Mr. Harper
 1954 Killer Leopard
Conji (uncredited)
 1953 Ramar of the Jungle (TV Series)
Pisano Chief
- The Flaming Mountain (1953) ... Pisano Chief
- The Golden Tablet (1953) ... Pisano Chief
 1953 The System
Robert - Country Club Waiter (uncredited)
 1953 Adventures of Superman (TV Series)
Mr. Barbarier
- Drums of Death (1953) ... Mr. Barbarier
 1951 Tarzan's Peril
Bulam's Attendant (uncredited)
 1947 Boy! What a Girl!
Maitre 'd, Pussy Cat Cafe (uncredited)
 1946 Stars on Parade (Short)
Capt. Johnny Bennett
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 1955 Phantom of the Jungle
Chief Tatuto

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Other Works:

St. Louis Woman (1946). Musical. Music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Martin Beck Theatre: 30 Mar 1946- 6 July 1946 (113 performances). As "Mr. Hopkins." Cast included: Pearl Bailey, Ruby Hill, Rex Ingram. Produced by Edward Gross. See more »

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