Una O'Connor

Una O'Connor




Cast (Feature Film)

All Woman (1958)
Witness for the Prosecution (1957)
Janet [McKenzie]
Adventures of Don Juan (1949)
Fighting Father Dunne (1948)
Miss O'Rourke
Ivy (1947)
Mrs. Thrawn
The Corpse Came C.O.D. (1947)
Lost Honeymoon (1947)
Mrs. Tubbs
Banjo (1947)
Unexpected Guest (1947)
Matilda Hackett
Cluny Brown (1946)
Mrs. Wilson
Of Human Bondage (1946)
Mrs. Foreman
The Return of Monte Cristo (1946)
Miss Beedle
Child of Divorce (1946)
The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
Mrs. Breen
Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
Government Girl (1944)
Mrs. Harris
The Canterville Ghost (1944)
Mrs. Umney
My Pal Wolf (1944)
Mrs. Blevin
Forever and a Day (1943)
Mrs. Ismay
This Land Is Mine (1943)
Mrs. Emma Lory
Holy Matrimony (1943)
Sarah Leek
Random Harvest (1942)
My Favorite Spy (1942)
Always in My Heart (1942)
Three Girls About Town (1941)
Maggie O'Callahan
Her First Beau (1941)
The Strawberry Blonde (1941)
Mrs. Mulcahey
Kisses for Breakfast (1941)
The Sea Hawk (1940)
Miss Latham
It All Came True (1940)
Maggie Ryan
He Stayed for Breakfast (1940)
Lillian Russell (1940)
All Women Have Secrets (1939)
We Are Not Alone (1939)
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
Call It a Day (1937)
Mrs. Milsom
The Plough and the Stars (1937)
Mrs. Gogan
Personal Property (1937)
Suzy (1936)
Lloyd's of London (1936)
Widow Blake
Rose-Marie (1936)
Anna [Roderick]
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
The Informer (1935)
Mrs. McPhillip
The Perfect Gentleman (1935)
Thunder in the Night (1935)
David Copperfield (1935)
Mrs. Gummidge
The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)
Stingaree (1934)
All Men Are Enemies (1934)
The Poor Rich (1934)
Lady Featherstone
Father Brown, Detective (1934)
Mrs. Boggs
Chained (1934)
Orient Express (1934)
Mrs. Peters
Mary Stevens, M.D. (1933)
Mrs. Simmons
Horseplay (1933)
Lady Clementia Cavendish
The Invisible Man (1933)
Mrs. Hall
Cavalcade (1933)
Ellen Bridges
Pleasure Cruise (1933)
Mrs. Signus

Life Events


Movie Clip

Christmas In Connecticut (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Flapjacks Columnist Elizabeth (Barbara Stanwyck), posing as a real hostess, gets cooking lessons from Felix (S.Z. Sakall), receives the wrong baby, dodges Yardley (Sydney Greenstreet) and almost gets married in Christmas In Connecticut, 1945.
Bells Of St. Mary's, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) He Looked All Right When He Got Here Opening the sequel to Going My Way, 1944, Bing Crosby reprising his Academy Award-winning role as Fr. O’Malley (directed by Leo McCarey, who’d just won an Oscar for that previous film), meeting Una O’Connor as Mrs. Breen, in The Bells Of St. Mary’s, 1945, also starring 1944 Academy Award winner (for Gaslight), Ingrid Bergman.
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) I Defy You All! After an opening detailing the death of her British soldier husband, "dearest" mother (Dolores Costello) and aide Mary (Una O'Connor) in Brooklyn prepare their gift for young Ceddie (Freddie Bartholemew), who arrives reading Robin Hood, in David O. Selznick's Little Lord Fauntleroy, 1936.
Random Harvest (1942) -- (Movie Clip) You Are From The Asylum! In a fictional English town on the day of the armistice ending the the First World War, amnesiac soldier Ronald Colman has wandered free from the local psychiatric hospital, meeting shopkeeper Una O’Connor, then friendly co-star Greer Garson, her first scene, in MGM’s Random Harvest, 1942.
Informer, The (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Better Count It... Dublin rebel Frankie McPhillip (Wallace Ford) comes home to his mother (Una O'Connor) and sister (Heather Angel) and a trap laid by his friend Gypo Nolan (Victor McLaglen, title character), disconsolate at the British headquarters, in John Ford's The Informer, 1935.
Invisible Man, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) A Room And A Fire Opening scenes, rollicking and foreboding from director James Whale, as not-yet-named Jack (Claude Rains) arrives at Iping, where innkeeper Hall (Forrester Harvey) and wife (Una O'Connor) nervously take him in, from The Invisible Man, 1933.
Invisible Man, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) He's Homicidal! Scene snatching by the village bobby (E.E. Clive), following a skirmish between the innkeepers (Forrester Harvey, frazzled wife Una O'Connor) and the spooky tenant (Claude Rains, title character), "revealed" for the first time, in James Whale's The Invisible Man, 1933.
Sea Hawk, The (1940) -- (Movie Clip) We Are A Little Pressed For Time Captain Thorpe (Errol Flynn) is polite as he evacuates the Spanish ship he's just crippled, assistance from Pitt (Alan Hale), irritation from noble passenger Don Alvarez (Claude Rains) and niece (Brenda Marshall) and their English attendant (Una O'Connor), in The Sea Hawk, 1940.
This Land Is Mine (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Generations Of Slavery After a prologue, first scene for anxious teacher Lory (Charles Laughton) and his mother (Una O'Connor), at home in the un-named Nazi-occupied country which is clearly France, in Jean Renoir's political drama This Land Is MIne, 1943.
This Land Is Mine (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Let's All Sing Cowardly teacher Loring (Charles Laughton) has just rushed his mother (Una O'Connor) to the school basement during the American air-raid on their Nazi-occupied French town, his colleague Louise (Maureen O'Hara) bearing up, in Jean Renoir's This Land Is Mine, 1943.
Adventures Of Robin Hood, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) He Wouldn't Dare To Attack Us The sheriff (Melville Cooper), and Gisbourne (Basil Rathbone), escort Marian (Olivia De Havilland), smug in the belief that they can convey cash through Sherwood Forest, hijacked of course by Errol Flynn (title character) and his uniformed cohort, in The Adventures Of Robin Hood, 1938.
Suzy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Was I That Good? Jean Harlow (title character), American showgirl in London suddenly without a gig, rehearsing her scheme to land presumably wealthy Franchot Tone, whom she met the night before, has a confab with nosy landlady Una O'Connor until he arrives, confounding expectations, early in Suzy, 1936.