Reginald Long

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Reginald Long
Years active1935-1967 (film)

Reginald Long was a British screenwriter and actor. He worked on around twenty screenplays including the 1953 crime film The Limping Man . [1] He also worked on stage, appearing in the wartime West End musical The Lisbon Story .


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  1. Chibnall & Murphy p.230