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Dan O'Herlihy

Dan O'Herlihy

Birthdate: May 1, 1919

Deathdate: February 17, 2005

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Daniel O'Herlihy (1 May 1919 – 17 February 2005) was an Oscar nominated Irish film actor. Description above from the Wikipedia article Dan O'Herlihy, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio


Love, Cheat & Steal (1993)

The beautiful Lauren gets married with an older man. She is unexpectedly confronted with her ex, an escaped criminal.

RoboCop 2 (1990)

RoboCop is slowly coming to grips with the loss of his former life as Alex Murphy. Though he attempts to reach out to his family, he eventually realizes he can never return to them. When he finally sees his wife, he tells her that the face was placed on him to honor Alex Murphy. Omni Consumer Pr...

The Whoopee Boys (1987)

The Whoopee Boys is a 1986 comedy film starring Michael O'Keefe and Paul Rodriguez. Two dim-witted street peddlers, Jack and Barney, arrive in Palm Beach, Florida looking for a better and wealthy lifestyle when Jack falls for Olivia, a young heiress running a shelter for orphaned children which i...

RoboCop (1987)

In the near future, Detroit, Michigan is on the verge of collapse due to financial ruin and unchecked crime. The mega-corporation Omni Consumer Products (OCP) enters into a contract with the city to run the police force. OCP plans to demolish "Old Detroit" and redevelop it as a high-end utopia ca...

The Dead (1987)

The Dead is a 1987 film directed by John Huston, starring his daughter Anjelica Huston. The Dead was the last film that Huston directed, and it was released posthumously. According to Pauline Kael, "Huston directed the movie, at eighty, from a wheelchair, jumping up to look through the camera, wi...

The Last Starfighter (1984)

Alex Rogan (Lance Guest) is a teenager living in a trailer park with his mother (Barbara Bosson) and little brother, Louis Rogan (Chris Hebert). While working as the park's handyman and dreaming of going to college, Alex's sole activity is playing Starfighter, an arcade game where the player defe...

Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

On Saturday, October 23, shop owner Harry Grimbridge (Al Berry) is chased by mysterious figures wearing business suits. He collapses at a filling station clutching a Silver Shamrock jack-o'-lantern mask and is driven to the hospital by the station attendant (Essex Smith) all the while ranting, "T...

Good Against Evil (1977)

Dack Rambo and Elyssa Davalos star as sweethearts Andy Stuart and Jessica Gordon. The course of true love is messed up when Satan claims Jessica as his own personal property. Desperately, Andy turns to a pair of priests, Fathers Kemschler and Wheatley, for spiritual guidance, not to mention a bit...

MacArthur (1977)

The film portrays MacArthur's (Gregory Peck) life from 1942, before the Battle of Bataan, to 1952, the time after he had been removed from his Korean War command by President Truman (Ed Flanders) for insubordination, and is recounted in flashback as he visits West Point in 1962.

The Tamarind Seed (1974)

An attractive British Home Office assistant named Judith Farrow (Julie Andrews) is on vacation on the Caribbean island of Barbados after ending a failed love affair with married group captain Richard Paterson (David Baron), an important British minister. She meets Feodor Sverdlov (Omar Sharif), a...

Waterloo (1970)

Waterloo may refer to: Battle of Waterloo, a battle fought in 1815 near Waterloo, Belgium, in which Napoleon I met his final defeat (by extension, anyone's final defeat can be idiomatically called their "Waterloo")

The Big Cube (1969)

Lana Turner plays Adriana Roman, a successful stage actress who retires to marry Charles Winthrop (O'Herlihy), a wealthy tycoon. Winthrop's daughter, Lisa (Mossberg), is instantly distrustful of Adriana. When Charles is killed in a boating accident, Lisa's new boyfriend Johnny (Chakiris) capitali...

100 Rifles (1969)

Set in 1912 Mexico, an Arizona lawman named Lyedecker (Brown) travels to a remote village looking for Yaqui Joe (Reynolds), a half-Indian, half-white bank robber who has stolen $6,000 (in Arizona) to buy rifles for his people who are being repressed by the government. Lyedecker isn't concerned wi...

Fail-Safe (1964)

During the early 1960s, Cold War tensions existing between the United States and the Soviet Union are heightened. An accidental thermonuclear first-strike attack by a group of United States Vindicator bombers (Convair B-58 Hustler aircraft) are launched in a mission against Moscow (the capital of...

The Cabinet of Caligari (1962)

Motorist Jane Lindstrom has a blowout and seeks assistance at an estate owned by Caligari, a very polite man with a German accent. After spending the night she finds that Caligari will not let her leave; he proceeds to ask some personal questions and shows her disgusting pictures. Prevented by gu...

King of the Roaring 20's: The Story of Arnold Rothstein (1961)

Arnold Rothstein gains a reputation in 1920s New York City as an expert gambler. He so impresses mob boss Big Tim O'Brien that he is given a job in his illegal enterprises. Rothstein has a lifelong pal, Johnny Burke, and makes a deadly enemy, Phil Butler, a corrupt cop. He rises to become rich an...

A Terrible Beauty (1960)

Dermot O'Neill (Mitchum) is recruited into the Irish Republican Army (IRA) when a unit is formed in his Northern Ireland town during the Second World War. Reaction to the news is mixed. His mother is strongly against it, while his father (Harry Brogan) is proud. His brother Ned (Niall MacGinnis) ...

The Young Land (1959)

In 1848, after the end of the Mexican–American War and with the advent of California statehood, an American gunslinger named Hatfield Carnes (Dennis Hopper) kills a Mexican man in California. He is arrested for the murder by Jim Ellison (Patrick Wayne), a former United States marine and now sheri...

That Woman Opposite (1959)

In a town on the French coast, English antiques dealer Maurice Lawes (Wilfrid Hyde-White) is a witness to the night-time murder of a gendarme. The killer spots Lawes at his window, and realises he has been seen. The following evening, Lawes' daughter Janice (Petula Clark) finds her father also mu...

Imitation of Life (1959)

In 1947, widow Lora Meredith (Lana Turner) dreams of becoming a famous Broadway actress. Losing track of her young daughter Susie at the beach (portrayed as a child by Terry Burnham), she asks a stranger named Steve Archer (John Gavin) to help her find the girl. Susie is found and looked after b...