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Edmond O'Brien (September 10, 1915 – May 9, 1985) was an Academy Award-winning American film actor who is perhaps best remembered for his role in D.O.A. (1950). His many memorable films included The Killers, White Heat, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and The Wild Bunch.
He also co-starred with Richard Rust in the NBC legal drama Sam Benedict, which aired during the 1962-1963 television season.
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|The Hunchback of Notre Dame||Gringoire||1939|
|A Girl, A Guy, And A Gob||Stephen Herrick||1941|
|The Amazing Mrs. Holliday||Tom Holliday||1943|
|The Killers||Jim Reardon||1946|
|Another Part of the Forest||1948|
|White Heat||Vic Pardo||1949|
|The Admiral Was a Lady||Jimmy Stevens||1950|
|The Greatest Show on Earth||Midway barker in last shot||1952|
|The Barefoot Contessa||Oscar Muldoon||1954|
|Pete Kelly's Blues||Fran McCarg||1955|
|The Rack||Lt. Col. Frank Wasnick||1956|
|The Girl Can't Help It||Marty 'Fats' Murdock||1956|
|The Last Voyage||Second Engineer Walsh||1960|
|The 3rd Voice||The Voice||1960|
|The Great Imposter||Capt. Glover - HMCS Cayuga||1961|
|Moon Pilot||McClosky aka 'Mac'||1962|
|The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance||Dutton Peabody||1962|
|Birdman of Alcatraz||Tom Gaddis||1962|
|The Longest Day||Gen. Raymond D. Barton||1962|
|Seven Days in May||Sen. Raymond Clark||1964|
|Fantastic Voyage||Gen. Carter||1966|
|The Wild Bunch||Freddie Sykes||1969|
|Isn't It Shocking?||Justin Oates||1973|
|Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid||(in "White Heat") (archive footage)||1982|