George O'Hara

Highest Rated: 100% The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
Lowest Rated: 100% The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
Birthday: Feb 22, 1899
Birthplace: Not Available
An enterprising actor/writer/associate producer, handsome, cleft-chinned George O'Hara began his screen career with Mack Sennett, who cast the youngster opposite Marie Prevost in the delightful Love, Honor and Behave (1920). The following year, O'Hara was credited as associate producer (as well as playing a bit as a cameraman) in Ben Turpin's A Small Town Idol and he later wrote continuity and titles for such programmers as Beau Broadway (1928), Side Street (1929), and Night Parade (1929). As an actor, O'Hara was quite popular in comedy series such as FBO's The Go-Getters (1924-1925) and The Pacemakers (1925), the boxing series Fighting Blood (1926), and the action serials Casey of the Coast Guard (1926) and Pirates of the Pines (1928). Leaving films at the advent of sound, the former star returned as an extra in the late '30s.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Colonel Effingham's Raid (Man of the Hour) Telegrapher 1946
No Score Yet The Dolly Sisters Frank Tinny 1945
100% The Grapes of Wrath Clerk 1940
No Score Yet Jesse James Teller 1939
No Score Yet The Sea Beast Derek Ceeley 1926


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