Frequently Asked Questions about Renee O'Connor.
This FAQ about Renee O'Connor was compiled and written by Paul A Hilling email@example.com, David S James and Gidi Kroon with numerous contributions by others.
Copyright: (c) 2000-2001 Paul A Hilling
Copyright: (c) 1999-2000 David S James
Copyright: (c) 1998-1999 Gidi Kroon
Maintainer: Paul Hilling
Disclaimer: Accuracy and completeness are not guaranteed (Although I do try my best
Note: This document is not intended to infringe upon the Copyright of MCA, Universal Studios, Ren Pictures, Studios USA, or any other interested parties in any way.
Portions of this document are Copyright (C) 1998-2000 by D. James and G Kroon. This file may be freely copied and redistributed. All I ask is that it remains whole and intact and that this notice is not altered.
Thanks and other stuff.
If there are any corrections, updates, complaints, etc, please let me know. Either by posting them to the newsgroup, or e-mailing them to me, Paul Hilling @
If something is not in the FAQ it's more likely because no one has reminded us yet to add it. So please do. Especially descriptions of her films and other projects, fanpages and mailing lists. Thanks.
Gidi Kroon, DSJ firstname.lastname@example.org and Simon Taplin for getting the newsgroup creation process started, and to all those other people who helped one way or another.
Many thanks for information goto :-
Paul Hilling email@example.com
Ian Rentoul firstname.lastname@example.org
Adrian Petford email@example.com
Richard Powell RPowell@tesco.net
and all the sources mentioned above, and also anybody else I forgot to mention.
And my *Very Special Thanks* to Renee O'Connor herself for giving us the opportunity to admire her talents.
"I have to tell you that I think that you are a very special girl. Special in a way that's so rare that you only see it occasionally. If I had a daughter, I'd want her to be a lot like you, because you have courage and honour and talent, and you don't quit on your friends in a crisis... you are one in a million.", James Garner talking to Renee, in "Blessings In Disguise".