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James Stewart, Ben Gazzara, and Arthur O'Connell in Anatomy of a Murder (1959)James Stewart, Lee Remick, and Arthur O'Connell in Anatomy of a Murder (1959)Ernest Borgnine, Gene Hackman, Red Buttons, Roddy McDowall, Stella Stevens, Shelley Winters, Jack Albertson, Carol Lynley, Pamela Sue Martin, and Arthur O'Connell in The Poseidon Adventure (1972)Arthur O'ConnellElvis Presley, Jack Albertson, Pamela Austin, Yvonne Craig, Glenda Farrell, and Arthur O'Connell in Kissin' Cousins (1964)Gary Cooper, Julie London, and Arthur O'Connell in Man of the West (1958)Gary Cooper, Julie London, Jack Lord, and Arthur O'Connell in Man of the West (1958)Joseph Campanella and Arthur O'Connell in Ben (1972)Arthur O'Connell in Ben (1972)Annette Funicello, Tommy Kirk, and Arthur O'Connell in The Monkey's Uncle (1965)Arthur O'Connell in Man of the West (1958)Arthur O'Connell in The Great Race (1965)James Garner and Arthur O'Connell in They Only Kill Their Masters (1972)Arthur O'Connell and Barbara Parkins in A Taste of Evil (1971)Jack Lemmon, Kathryn Grant, Ernie Kovacs, and Arthur O'Connell in Operation Mad Ball (1957)Sandra Dee, Mary LaRoche, and Arthur O'Connell in Gidget (1959)Arthur O'Connell and Robert Ryan in The Proud Ones (1956)M. Monroe, Eileen Heckart & Arthur O' Connell in M. Monroe, with Arthur O'Connell & Don Murray Natalie Wood with Jack Lemmon, Marissa Pavan, and Arthur O' Connell, 1956.Barbara Eden, Arthur O'Connell, and Tony Randall in 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964)Anne Baxter, Glenn Ford, Robert Keith, Mercedes McCambridge, Charles McGraw, Vic Morrow, Arthur O'Connell, Maria Schell, and Russ Tamblyn in Cimarron (1960)Gary Cooper, Royal Dano, Julie London, Jack Lord, and Arthur O'Connell in Man of the West (1958)Gary Cooper, Royal Dano, and Arthur O'Connell in Man of the West (1958)Gary Cooper, Julie London, and Arthur O'Connell in Man of the West (1958)Arthur O'Connell
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Biography

Though veteran character actor Arthur O'Connell was born in New York City in 1908, he looked as countrified as apple pie, looking ever more comfy in overalls than he ever did in a suit. He made his stage debut in the mid 1930s and came into contact with Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre. As a result, he earned the bit role of a reporter in the final ... See full bio »
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