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Michael O'Hara the Fourth (1972)

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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Nancy
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Charley Grady
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Barbs
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Richard Caffey
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John Stevens (as James Lydon)
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Andy
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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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Movies like this one are what made Disney great when I was a kid
1 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

I first saw this movie in 1972 when it aired on two parts on the Wonderful World of Disney, Sunday night, 7:00 pm. I immediately fell in love with JoAnn Harris (I was fourteen)and have never forgotten the movie. In the early 80's I, like the other reviewer, found it on the Disney channel and taped it onto VHS. Unfortunately I then forgot all about it and the tape vanished somewhere over the years. I think this movie represents what made Disney so great back then (my adolescent crush on Ms. Harris aside). It was well done, fun family entertainment. It had humor and a good story and wholesome characters that kids could hopefully relate to. It was something the whole family could watch together without anyone cringing over something on screen. How many television shows can claim that today. I've always remembered this movie along with several others, "Inky the Crow" was one, and the series of Kurt Russell as Dexter Riley movies from the same time period. I miss this kind of entertainment.


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