O'Haras in the Movies
O'Haras Chracters in the Movies IMDb search: More than 200 characters named O'Hara.
Officer O'Hara Jack Carson is Officer O'Hara in the Movie Arsenic and Old Lace (1944).
Orson Welles as Michael O'Hara in 'The Lady from Shanghai' (1948) which was directed by Orson Welles himself. Plot Outline: Fascinated by gorgeous Mrs. Bannister (Rita Hayworth), seaman Michael O'Hara joins a bizarre yachting cruise, and ends up mired in a complex murder plot.
Charlton Heston played Captain Henry Hank O'Hara in Skyjacked (1972) Plot Summary: A crazed Vietnam vet bomber hijacks a Boeing 707 in this disaster film filled with the usual early '70s stereotypes.
George O'Hara from Photo Galleries of Silent Movie Stars.
Chris Benson played Fireman O'Hara in The Santa Clause (1994) Cast (in credits order): Tim Allen (Scott Calvin/ Santa).....Chris Benson (Freman O'Hara).
Kansas City: Synopsis For his 31st film, director Robert Altman revisits his birthplace, Kansas City, at the peak of its vitality in 1934.
Kansas City Réalisation : Robert Altman Cannes Festival 1996 site.
Blondie O'Hara......Jennifer Jason Leigh in Kansas City, Official Selection - In Competition 1996 Cannes International Film Festival.
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Kansas City From At The Ritz On-Line Filmbill.
Patty Duke as Neely O'Hara in Valley of the Dolls (1967) Patty Duke was still quite a babe here (she was only 21 at the time), but the whole thing is just too ridiculous to be taken seriously.
Personality of 'Neely O'Hara' in "Valley Of The Dolls" the destroying and self destructive, self-centered and eruptive singer which Patty Duke portrays with such power and verisimilitude.
Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls (1967) Release date (USA) : 15/DEC/1967 Tag lines:In the Valley of the Dolls its instant turn on... dolls to put you to sleep at night... kick you awake in the morning... make life seem great, - instant love, instant excitement, ultimate hell! The nations most startling and hotly discussed best seller now on the screen with every shock and sensation intact! Cast ... Patty Duke .... Neely O'Hara.
Police Chief O'Hara In the Batman TV series (1966), Chief O'Hara was played by Stafford Repp.
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Chief O'Hara, Chief of police is one of the Comics Characters created by Walt Disney.
Batman Show Type: Adventure; First Telecast: January 12, 1966; Last Telecast: March 14, 1968; Theme Music: "Batman" by Neal Hefti; Cast: ....Stafford Repp as Chief O'Hara ...Synopsis...
Batman (television series) TV series (1966): episode guide.
Batman: The Movie With the instant popularity of the campy 1960's Batman TV series, 20th Century Fox decided a big-screen adventure was in order....Cast:..Chief O'Hara.. Stafford Repp .
Disney Picture My Favorite Martian (1999) In this intergalactic comedy based on the classic television series "My Favorite Martian," ambitious television reporter Tim O'Hara stumbles upon a martian whose spaceship has accidentally crash-landed on Earth. Thinking this is the story of the millennium and his ticket to a Pulitzer Prize, Tim makes plans to expose the martian, who, posing as Tim's Uncle Martin, takes human form and has plans of his own.
My Favourite Martian Starring: Jeff Daniels, Christopher Lloyd, Daryl Hannah, Elizabeth Hurley. LineOne Review:"For those unaware of the original show - which aired between 1963 and 1966 - grumpy, green, gamma-ray-meddling Dr David Banner (Bill Bixby) played the role of Tim O'Hara, here taken over by Jeff Daniels. Frazzled by competing desires of outright lust and keeping his job, TV news producer O'Hara is doing his level best to turn airhead boss's daughter Brace Channing (Elizabeth Hurley) into a decent presenter... then the knackered spaceship of a being eventually christened Uncle Martin (Christopher Lloyd) - which is like, Martian, right? - does a Roswell right under O'Hara's nose, and he sniffs the First Contact story which will put his career into orbit".
MovieWeb My Favorite Martian In this intergalactic comedy based on the classic television series "My Favorite Martian," ambitious television reporter Tim O'Hara (Jeff Daniels) stumbles upon a real-life Martian (Christopher Lloyd) whose space ship has crash-landed on Earth. Believing this is the story of the millennium and his chance for a Pulitzer Prize, Tim makes plans to expose the Martian who, posing as Tim's Uncle Martin, takes human form with plans of his own.
Tim O'Hara (Bill Bixby) and Uncle Martin (Ray Walston) in My Favorite Martian The aim of this site is to be the most comprehensive source of material on this show available on the Internet. Pages: Front Page, Introduction, Episodes, Comics, and Miscellaneous.
My Favorite Martian Online Sitcoms Online Page with Broadcast history, Cast, Theme song download, and Series summary. First Telecast: September 29, 1963 Last Telecast: September 4, 1966 (107 episodes). Cast: Ray Walston as Uncle Martin (The Martian) Bill Bixby as Tim O'Hara.
TimVP's My Favorite Martian CBS Situation Comedy with 107 Filmed Episodes (September 1963 - September 1966); Includes Cast, Summary, Theme download and Links.
Sgt. Biff O'Hara played by Joe Sawyer in The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (Telecast history: Oct 1954-Aug 1959).
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin a Titles & Air Dates Guide by George Fergus.
Filmography of Joe Sawyer (Sgt. Aloysius "Biff" O'Hara) from the Internet Movie Data Base. Birth name: Joseph Sauers; Date of birth (location): 29 August 1906, Guelph, Canada; Date of death (details): 21 April 1982, Ashland, Oregon, USA (liver cancer).
Joe Sawyer (1906-1982) Great Character Actors Page 5 with Photograph. Quote: "Another very familiar face of old movies and the early days of television is Joe Sawyer, probably best known for his role as Sgt. Biff O'Hara on the "Adventures of Rin Tin Tin" TV series".
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin: Filmography gives the opening sequence for each original episode and opening and closing of the 1976 syndicated re-issue.
Gregg O'Hara in Disney's Mighty Joe Young Zoologist Gregg O'Hara (played by Bill Paxton ) is exploring the remote Pangani Mountains in central Africa when he comes upon an incredible discovery -- an awesome 15-foot gorilla. Fearsome and dangerous when provoked, he is tame in the hands of Jill Young, the 21-year-old orphan who raised the gorilla and named him Joe.
Bill Paxton stars as Gregg O'Hara MovieWeb's Mighty Joe Young(Walt Disney, Pictures Release Date: December 25, 1998) with story, production information, the main cast and movie stills.
Mighty Joe Young Official Site Home, Screen Saver, Postcards, Story, Trailer, Game, and mjy-tv. © Disney.