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Gerald Flood (1979)

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Gerald Flood, 61, British stage and tv actor, died April 12 of a heart attack in Farnham, southwest of London. He was working at the time in a suburban London revival of "Blithe Spirit."

Among other legit credits were "Hamlet," "There's A Girl In My Soup," "Noises Off," "The Power And The Glory," "Early Days," "Look, No Hands" and "Who Killed Agatha Christie?" Tv series appearances included "Crane," "The Rat Catchers" and "Dr. Who."

Survived by his wife and two sons.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1979-03-07). Gerald Flood. Variety p. 223.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Gerald Flood." Variety [add city] 1979-03-07, 223. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Gerald Flood." Variety, edition, sec., 1979-03-07
  • Turabian: "Gerald Flood." Variety, 1979-03-07, section, 223 edition.
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