The People Against O'Hara1951

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The People Against O'Hara
Directed by:
John Sturges

Directed by John Sturges, "The People Against O'Hara" (also known as "Mordprozeß O'Hara, Der", "Omertà") is a Crime/Drama/Film-noir film, released in the USA on September 01 of 1951 . Spencer Tracy is starring, alongside Pat O'Brien, Diana Lynn, John Hodiak, Eduardo Ciannelli and James Arness.

Who is the director of "The People Against O'Hara":

The People Against O'Hara was directed by John Sturges, an American director, and producer.

Before directing The People Against O'Hara, John Sturges had directed Kind Lady, released in 1951, Right Cross (1950), Mystery Street (1950), The Capture (1950), The Magnificent Yankee (1950), and Best Man Wins (1948). Since, he directed It's a Big Country, released in 1951, The Girl in White (1952), Jeopardy (1953), Fast Company (1953), Escape from Fort Bravo (1953), and Bad Day at Black Rock (1955).

What was the release date of "The People Against O'Hara":

The People Against O'Hara was first released on Saturday, September 01, 1951, in the United States.. This was sixty-seven (67) years ago.

It has been released on Friday, April 04, 1952 in France and on Tuesday, January 01, 1991 in Germany.

What is the cast of "The People Against O'Hara":

At the casting of The People Against O'Hara we find Spencer Tracy, previously seen in Father's Little Dividend (1951) and Father of the Bride (1950); Pat O'Brien (The Fireball (1950), A Dangerous Profession (1949)); Diana Lynn (Bedtime for Bonzo (1951), Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950)) [ more... ]

  • Regis Toomey and William Campbell, Ann Doran can be seen in The High and the Mighty, released in 1954.
  • Louise Lorimer and Pat O'Brien, Henry O'Neill also appeared together in I've Got Your Number, released in 1934.
  • James Arness, Ann Doran and Regis Toomey can all be seen in Island in the Sky, released in 1953.
  • Henry O'Neill and Spencer Tracy, Yvette Duguay have all also be seen in Tortilla Flat, released in 1942.

What is the Storyline of "The People Against O'Hara":

James Curtayne (Tracy) has retired from law, but he returns to defend John O'Hara (Arness) on a murder charge. Curtayne's drinking and rustiness result in O'Hara being found guilty, but Curtayne makes further efforts to prove him innocent.


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