The name Michael O'Hara has become synonimous with law enforcement. There have been three generations of Michael O'Hara's and all have been exemplary policemen. When Michael O'Hara III's ... See full summary »

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Michael O'Hara III
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Norman
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Artie Moreno
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'Mike' O'Hara IV
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Rodriguez
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Fargo
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Wilma
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Barbs
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Richard Caffey
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John Stevens (as James Lydon)
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The name Michael O'Hara has become synonimous with law enforcement. There have been three generations of Michael O'Hara's and all have been exemplary policemen. When Michael O'Hara III's child was born he was told that they will not be able to have any more children, and there has always been a Michael O'Hara, so he named his child Michael O'Hara IV despite the fact that she is a girl. Now Mike has a tendency to get involved with police matters and not always with good results, which annoys her father. And despite being told repeatedly to stay out of it, she continues her amateurish detective activities. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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Comedy | Crime | Family

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26 March 1972 (USA)  »

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Michael i tetarti!  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Walter Sande's last film. Released four months after his death. See more »

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A really great family movie with lot's of side splitting humor
24 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Our family recorded this movie from Disney in 1983 on beta and it has always been a family favorite of our 3 daughters (now married) we copied it onto VHS and now DVD. We wish we could obtain a better copy. This is such a great family movie, we wish they had made it an ongoing series.

We hope other families have similar experiences with this movie, if so we'd love to hear from them.

We especially like the interplay between "Mike" and Norman. He seems like such a dork but we think there is more beneath the surface that might have surfaced if the movie had worked into a series.

We love the scene in the drug store where Mike and Norman are trying to find evidence in the safe.


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