Hugh O'Connell

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Hugh O'Connell
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O'Connell (extreme right) in the 1930 play Once in a Lifetime .
BornAugust 4, 1898
DiedJanuary 19, 1943 (aged 44)
Hollywood, California
United States
Years active1929–1942 (film)

Hugh O'Connell (August 4, 1898 – January 19, 1943) was an American film actor and performed on Broadway. [1]



1931 The Smiling Lieutenant Niki's Orderly
1931 Secrets of a Secretary Charlie Rickenbacker
1931 Personal Maid Kipp
1933 Broadway Through a Keyhole Chuck Haskins
1933 All at Sea
1934 Gift of Gab Patsy
1934 Cheating Cheaters Steve Wilson
1934 Strange Wives Warren
1934 The Man Who Reclaimed His Head Minor RoleUncredited
1935 It Happened in New York Greg Haywood
1935 Chinatown Squad Sergeant McLeash
1935 Manhattan Moon Speed
1935 She Gets Her Man Windy
1935 The Affair of Susan Dudley Stone
1935 Diamond Jim Charles B. Horsley
1937 Ready, Willing, and Able Truman Hardy
1937 Fly-Away Baby Hughie Sprague
1937 Marry the Girl Michael 'Mike' Forrester
1937 The Footloose Heiress John C. Allyn
1937 That Certain Woman Virgil Whitaker
1937 The Perfect Specimen Waldorf Hotel Clerk
1938 Swing Your Lady Smith
1938 Accidents Will Happen John Oldham
1938 Torchy Blane in Panama Skinner
1938 Women Are Like That George Dunlap
1938 Mystery House Newell Morse
1938 Penrod's Double Trouble Professor Caligostro
1940 My Favorite Wife Johnson - Insurance Adjuster
1940 Lucky Partners Niagara Clerk
1941 The Mad Doctor Lawrence Watkins
1941 The People vs. Dr. Kildare Process ServerUncredited
1941 Puddin' Head Kincaid
1941 My Life with Caroline Muirhead
1941 Three Girls About Town Chief of Police
1941 Moonlight in Havana Charlie(final film role)

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  1. Fleming p. 265


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