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Pat O'Brien Actor: James Cagney Partner Was Movies' Favorite Catholic Priest

Pat O'Brien: Actor was James Cagney's partner in eight Warner Bros. movies. Pat O'Brien: Actor was Hollywood's prolific 'Resident Irishman' and favorite priest Remember Pat O'Brien? In case you don't, you're not alone despite the fact that O'Brien was featured – in both large and small roles – in about 100 films, from the dawn of the sound era to 1981. That in addition to nearly 50 television appearances, from the early '50s to the early '80s. Never a top star or – despite his stage training – a critics' favorite, O'Brien was nevertheless one of Hollywood's busiest leading men and second leads of the 1930s. Throughout that decade, mostly at Warner Bros., he was seen in nearly 60 films, […]


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Pat O'Brien Actor: James Cagney Partner Was Movies' Favorite Catholic Priest



National Film Registry Adds Fast-Decomposing 'Star Wars' Sequel & Demon Possession Rarity

McCabe and Mrs. Miller with Warren Beatty and Julie Christie: Robert Altman's anti-Western one of 25 movies added to the Library of Congress' National Film Registry. Of demons and men: 25 movies added to the Library of Congress' National Film Registry In Dec. 2010, among the rarities and fast-decomposing movies added to the Library of Congress' National Film Registry so they can be “preserved for future generations” etc. etc. are: Elia Kazan's family drama A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945). William Friedkin's demon possession horror fest The Exorcist (1973). Robert Altman's anti-Western McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971). Alan J. Pakula's political thriller All the President's Men (1976). John Badham's disco-dancing Saturday Night Fever (1977). As we all know, the movies […]


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National Film Registry Adds Fast-Decomposing 'Star Wars' Sequel & Demon Possession Rarity