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Bullets for O'Hara (1941)

Approved | | Crime, Drama, Romance | 19 July 1941 (USA)
A detective (Roger Pryor) courts a gangster's (Anthony Quinn) ex-wife (Joan Perry) to lure him into a trap.

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(screen play) (as Raymond Schrock), (from a story by)
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Patricia Van Dyne
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Mike O'Hara
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Tony Van Dyne
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Elaine Standish
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Wicks
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McKay Standish
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Judge
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Richard Palmer (as DeWolf Hopper)
Joan Winfield ...
Marjorie Palmer
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Bradford
Joe King ...
Maxwell (as Joseph King)
Victor Zimmerman ...
Steve
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Swartzman
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Jim
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Weldon
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A detective (Roger Pryor) courts a gangster's (Anthony Quinn) ex-wife (Joan Perry) to lure him into a trap.

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thief | train | detective | rescue | dock | See All (29) »

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Crime | Drama | Romance

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Approved
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19 July 1941 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Keine Blumen für O'Hara  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Goofs

When Tony Van Dyne has his host, McKay Standish, open the safe he and McKay struggle causing the bonds McKay Standish is holding to go flying all over the room. In the next scene they are not there. See more »

Connections

Remake of Public Enemy's Wife (1936) See more »

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Concert in the Park
(uncredited)
Written by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
Played on the radio at Schwartzman's
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Short and Energetic…Early Anthony Quinn WB Programmer
17 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Extremely Short (50 min.) This WB Programmer is Full of Fancy Chases, Fights, and Gunplay and has Just Enough Energy to Make it Worth a Watch, but is Ultimately Let Down by a Horrendous and Hokey Script.

The Cast, Except an Oily and Handsome Anthony Quinn are Awful and when the Bad Acting is Topped with Ridiculous Plot Contrivances and Dialog the Film is in Danger of Becoming an Absolute Atrocity.

But it Moves Along at a Typical Rapid-Fire Pace that the Studio Could Do With a Minimum of Effort and In the End it is Fun Getting There but is Frequently Laughable and Absurd. Not Much Worth Recommending Except Quinn, the Short Running Time, and the Slick Warner's Action.


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