It wasn't all fun and games and "James Bond" levels of excitement (as Milchan put it). There's the fact that he helped South Africa put a positive public-relations spin on its appalling apartheid system, all in exchange for some aftermarket uranium (obviously, Milchan was not a producer on Back To The Future). Then there was the time in 1985 when, as Milchan was struggling to keep the production of a little flick known as Brazil afloat, he suddenly found himself under fire of the legal variety when it was discovered that one of his companies had smuggled nuclear triggers -- AKA krytrons, AKA the things that make nuclear goddamned weapons go boom -- to Israel.
"Maybe no one will notice."
Luckily for your iTunes library, blame for the sizable snafu was placed squarely on the shoulders of aerospace executive Richard Kelly Smyth. All charges against Milchan himself were dropped by the Reagan administration, possibly because Brazil is just so damn good, you guys.