William G. Reich

Producer

Producer William G. Reich died June 12 in Williams Island, Fla., of heart disease. He was 91.

Reich was born in Budapest and educated in Buenos Aires. He worked as producer on films including “The Night Child,” a 1975 Italian production.

He is survived by his wife, Magdalene, two sons and two grandchildren.

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