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Pat O'Brien

Pat O'BrienAKA William Joseph Patrick O'Brien

Born: 11-Nov-1899
Birthplace: Milwaukee, WI
Died: 15-Oct-1983
Location of death: Santa Monica, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic [1]
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Angels with Dirty Faces

Military service: US Navy (enlisted 1918)

Supporter of Francisco Franco during the Spanish Civil War.


[1] American Catholic Who's Who (1964).

Father: William O'Brien
Mother: Margaret McGovern
Wife: Eloise Taylor (m. 23-Jan-1931, until his death, one child, three adopted)
Daughter: Mavourneen
Daughter: Brigid
Son: Patrick Sean
Son: Terence Kevin

    High School: Marquette Academy, Milwaukee, WI
    University:
Marquette University (dropped out)

    Del Mar Thoroughbred Club Co-Founder (1937-)
    Hollywood Anti-Nazi League
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6200 Hollywood Blvd. (television)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1529 Vine St. (motion pictures)
    Prostate Surgery Oct-1983
    Irish Ancestry

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Ragtime (20-Nov-1981)
    Scout's Honor (30-Sep-1980)
    The End (10-May-1978) · Ben Lawson
    Billy Jack Goes to Washington (16-Apr-1977) · President of Senate
    The Phynx (6-May-1970) · Himself
    The Over-the-Hill Gang (7-Oct-1969)
    Town Tamer (7-Jul-1965)
    Some Like It Hot (29-Mar-1959) · Mulligan
    The Last Hurrah (24-Oct-1958) · John Gorman
    Kill Me Tomorrow (May-1957)
    Inside Detroit (Jan-1956)
    Ring of Fear (24-Jul-1954)
    Jubilee Trail (15-May-1954)
    Okinawa (28-Feb-1952)
    The People Against O'Hara (1-Sep-1951) · Vincent Ricks
    Criminal Lawyer (23-Aug-1951)
    The Fireball (7-Oct-1950)
    A Dangerous Profession (10-Dec-1949) · Joe Farley
    The Boy with Green Hair (16-Nov-1948) · Gramp
    Fighting Father Dunne (12-May-1948)
    Riff-Raff (28-Jun-1947) · Dan
    Crack-Up (6-Sep-1946) · George Steele
    Man Alive (16-Nov-1945)
    Having Wonderful Crime (12-Apr-1945)
    Secret Command (30-Jul-1944)
    Marine Raiders (30-Jun-1944) · Maj. Steve Lockhart
    His Butler's Sister (26-Nov-1943)
    The Iron Major (25-Oct-1943) · Frank Cavanaugh
    Bombardier (13-May-1943) · Chick Davis
    The Navy Comes Through (27-Oct-1942)
    Broadway (8-May-1942)
    Knute Rockne All American (4-Oct-1940) · Knute Rockne
    Flowing Gold (24-Aug-1940) · Hap O'Connor
    Escape to Glory (20-May-1940)
    Torrid Zone (18-May-1940) · Steve Case
    'Til We Meet Again (13-Apr-1940) · Steve Burke
    Castle on the Hudson (17-Feb-1940) · Warden Long
    The Fighting 69th (26-Jan-1940) · Fr. Duffy
    Slightly Honorable (22-Dec-1939) · John Webb
    Indianapolis Speedway (14-Jul-1939) · Joe Greer
    The Kid from Kokomo (19-May-1939) · Billy Murphy
    Off the Record (21-Jan-1939)
    Angels with Dirty Faces (24-Nov-1938)
    Garden of the Moon (23-Sep-1938) · John Quinn
    Boy Meets Girl (27-Aug-1938) · J. C. Benson
    Cowboy from Brooklyn (9-Jul-1938) · Roy Chadwick
    Women Are Like That (23-Apr-1938) · Bill Landin
    Submarine D-1 (27-Nov-1937) · Butch Rogers
    Back in Circulation (25-Sep-1937)
    San Quentin (3-Aug-1937)
    Slim (24-Jun-1937) · Red Blayd
    The Great O'Malley (13-Feb-1937) · Jim O'Malley
    China Clipper (11-Aug-1936) · Dave Logan
    Public Enemy's Wife (8-Jul-1936)
    I Married a Doctor (25-Apr-1936) · Dr. Wm. P. Kennicott
    Ceiling Zero (16-Jan-1936)
    Page Miss Glory (7-Sep-1935) · Click Wiley
    The Irish in Us (31-Jul-1935) · Pat O'Hara
    Oil for the Lamps of China (8-Jun-1935)
    In Caliente (25-May-1935)
    Devil Dogs of the Air (9-Feb-1935) · Lt. Brannigan
    Flirtation Walk (28-Nov-1934) · "Scrapper" Thornhhill
    Here Comes the Navy (28-Jun-1934) · Biff
    Twenty Million Sweethearts (27-Apr-1934) · Rush
    Gambling Lady (31-Mar-1934) · Charlie Lang
    I've Got Your Number (3-Feb-1934)
    College Coach (4-Nov-1933)
    Bombshell (11-Oct-1933) · Brogan
    Bureau of Missing Persons (8-Sep-1933)
    The World Gone Mad (15-Apr-1933)
    Air Mail (3-Nov-1932)
    Virtue (24-Oct-1932)
    American Madness (4-Aug-1932)
    Hell's House (30-Jan-1932) · Matt Kelly
    Consolation Marriage (29-Oct-1931) · Steve Porter
    The Front Page (19-Mar-1931) · Hildy Johnson
    Honor Among Lovers (28-Feb-1931)

Author of books:
The Wind at My Back (1964, memoir)


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