Mac 'Fergie' Ferguson
Big Jim Rawlins
J. Jimerson Jones
Uncle Jerome Van Meter
Phineas T. Barnum
Harrigan and Son
James Harrigan Sr.
Jim Harrigan Sr.
Father Edward Sullivan
Father Patrick O'Neil
Lux Video Theatre
Police Lieutenant Moore
Michael O'Flaherty 'Speed' McBride
The Iron Major
(performer: "As the Backs Go Tearing By Dartmouth Fight Song" - uncredited, "Billy Boy Can She Bake a Cherry Pie" - uncredited, "In the Town of Donegal" - uncredited / "Billy Boy Can She Bake a Cherry Pie" - uncredited)
Oil for the Lamps of China
(performer: "Don't Send My Boy to Harvard" - uncredited / "Chinatown, My Chinatown" 1910 - uncredited)
(performer: "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" 1912 - uncredited / "To Call You My Own" 1935 - uncredited)
The Personality Kid
(performer: "The Gold Diggers Song We're in the Money" 1933 - uncredited)
(performer: "Let Me Sing and I'm Happy" - uncredited)
Breakdowns of 1938
Himself (Back in Circulation/Women Are Like That/Cowboy from Brooklyn outtakes)
(1959) Unsold pilot: He and Barry Sullivan
starred in an adventure pilot called "Savage Is the Name" about two globe-trotting detectives in the employ of an airline company.
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Did You Know?
[on Knute Rockne] He was not only a great coach but also an extraordinary human being, and I felt privileged, humble, trying to convey the glory and the humanness that was 'Rock'. And there were frightening moments when I briefly felt as if I were Knute Rockne.
Pat was a great personal friend of fellow Irish-American actor James Cagney
, from the early days of their career right up to Pat's death in 1983. They also starred in seven films together, Pat often playing the role of a Catholic priest.