Philip Ober

Philip Ober


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Come Back, Little Sheba (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Long Time Between Drinks The first scene away from home, Lola (Shirley Booth) joins Doc (Burt Lancaster) marking his first anniversary at what is, in AA parlance, an open meeting, guests allowed, Philip Ober as "Ed," leading the group, in Come Back, Little Sheba, 1953, from the William Inge play.
Facts Of Life, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Just The Six Of Us After a prologue in which she narrated meeting with Bob Hope for a secret tryst, the title song and credits, then California housewife Lucille Ball further introduces Hope, Louis Nye the dentist, Philip Ober, Marianne Stewart, Ruth Hussey, and Don DeFore as her husband, in The Facts Of Life, 1960.
North By Northwest (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Take Me To The United Nations With his mother (Jessie Royce Landis) at the Plaza, Thornhill (Cary Grant), evades the same thugs (Adam Williams, Robert Allenstein) who abducted him, then races to Alfred Hitchcock’s mocked-up U-N, unhappy to learn that Townsend (Philip Ober) isn’t James Mason, in North By Northwest, 1959.
Washington Story -- (Movie Clip) More Than A Hunch Columnist Nunnally (Philip Ober) buttonholes reporter Alice (Patricia Neal) who is shadowing Congressman Gresham (Van Johnson) and senior colleague Birch (Louis Calhern) in Washington Story, 1952, directed by Robert Pirosh.
Washington Story -- (Movie Clip) Open, Wide-Eyed Patricia Neal (as reporter Alice) meets columnist Nunnally (Philip Ober), with location shooting by John Alton, in the opening to MGM's love letter to Congress, Washington Story, 1952, also staring Van Johnson.



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