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- Albert Sharpe was an Irish stage and film actor. His most famous roles were those of Disney's Darby O'Gill and the Little People and as Finian McLonergan in the Original Broadway production of the musical Finian's Rainbow. On screen he played Fiona's father Andrew in the MGM musical Brigadoon. He was also a member of the Abbey Players. His last ten years were spent in retirement. He died in 1970 in Belfast at the age of 84.
- Albert Sharpe: Albert Hayes Sharpe was an All-American football player, coach and athletic director and medical doctor. He played football for Yale University and was selected as a halfback for the 1899 College Football All-America Team. Sharpe was also a star basketball player in the early years of the college game. Sharpe also excelled in baseball, gymnastics, rowing and track. In 1915, Sharpe was selected by one sporting expert as the greatest living athlete in the United States. He later served as a coach and administrator at Cornell University, Yale, the Ithaca School of Physical Education and Washington University in St. Louis.
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by Roderick Flynn, Patrick Brereton
Albert Sharpe, Jimmy O'Dea, Sean Connery (with an Irish brogue), and Jack Mc— Gowran star in this farcical comedy, directed by Robert Stevenson, about a character who falls into a water ...
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1999)
by John Clute, John Grant
Albert Sharpe (Darby O'Gill). 93 mins. Colour. Once upon a time, ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Henry Hull, John Farrell, Florence Bates, Esther Somers, Clem Bevans, Maude Simmons, Albert Sharpe, Robert Dudley, Anne Francis P: David O. Selznick D: William Dieterle SCR: Paul Osborn & Peter Berneis ADAPT: Leonardo Bercovici, ...
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