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George O'Hara

Acting

14 Movies0TV shows
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About George O'Hara

George O'Hara is most well known for acting, and has 14 known credits, of which 14 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

George O'Hara’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy George O'Hara’s movies you should definitely watch The Grapes of Wrath (1940), as with 7.8 it is the highest rated movie George has worked on!

  1. The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
  2. The Sea Beast (1926)
  3. Fighting Blood (1923)
  4. Fighting Blood (1923)
  5. Fighting Blood (1923)

1. The Grapes of Wrath (1940 Movie)

The best rated movie George O'Hara has been a part of is the drama movie The Grapes of Wrath, where they had the role of Clerk (uncredited). It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.8 and 8.1 on IMDb.

2. The Sea Beast (1926)

The Sea Beast has a rating on 6.2 on IMDb . George O'Hara worked on this adventure, fantasy movie as Derek Ceeley.

3. Fighting Blood (1923)

In Fighting Blood George O'Hara was worked as Toast the Knowing.

4. Fighting Blood (1923)

In Fighting Blood George O'Hara had the role of Gale Galen aka Six Second Smith.

5. Fighting Blood (1923)

George O'Hara was a part of the movie Fighting Blood as Gale Galen aka Six Second Smith.

Frequently asked questions

What is George most known for?

George O'Hara is most known for acting. George has worked on 14 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is George O'Hara’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Grapes of Wrath, which has a score of 7.8.

George’s Filmography

As Clerk (uncredited). Tom Joad returns to his home after a jail sentence to find his family kicked out of their farm due to foreclosure. He catches up with them on his Uncle’s farm, and joins them the next day as they head for California and a new life... Hopefully.

As Gale Galen aka Six Second Smith. Al Santell silent sports boxing comedy series starring George O'Hara, and all star cast: Kit Guard, Al Cooke, Clara Horton, Mabel Van Buren, and Clark Gable (in one of his 14 uncredited roles prior to making his real debut in 1931's "The Painted Desert"). Note that this was one of a series of boxing films with the same characters, and each new film in the series was called a "round" (appropriate for a series of boxing movies!), but these movies were not serials, just connected by having the same characters. This card is from the second series, 11th round, "Beauty and the Feast".

As Gale Galen aka Six Second Smith. Al Santell silent sports boxing comedy series starring George O'Hara, and all star cast: Kit Guard, Al Cooke, Clara Horton, Mabel Van Buren, and Clark Gable (in one of his 14 uncredited roles prior to making his real debut in 1931's "The Painted Desert"). Note that this was one of a series of boxing films with the same characters, and each new film in the series was called a "round" (appropriate for a series of boxing movies!), but these movies were not serials, just connected by having the same characters. This card is the 3rd round, "Six Second Smith".

As Gale Galen aka Six Second Smith. Al Santell silent sports boxing comedy series starring George O'Hara, and all star cast: Kit Guard, Al Cooke, Clara Horton, Mabel Van Buren, and Clark Gable (in one of his 14 uncredited roles prior to making his real debut in 1931's "The Painted Desert"). Note that this was one of a series of boxing films with the same characters, and each new film in the series was called a "round" (appropriate for a series of boxing movies!), but these movies were not serials, just connected by having the same characters. This card is the 4th round, "Two Sones with One Bird".

As Usher. Newspaper editor (Foster) will do almost anything to increase circulation. He campaigns to free a condemned man while accusing a wealthy ex-criminal of a string of murders.

Executive producer. Two men are rivals for the same girl. When she finally agrees to marry one, the other--appearing to be magnanimous in defeat--presents his former rival with a beautiful German Shepherd dog as a wedding present. It turns out, however, that he had an ulterior motive--he had trained the pooch to allow absolutely no one to get near the young woman. Complications ensue.

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