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The '''O'Connell Bar''' or '''Rooney's pub''' was a pub in [[Dublin]], [[Ireland]].
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The '''O'Connell Bar''' or '''Rooney's pub''' was a pub in [[Dublin]], [[Ireland]]. It was managed by [[Rooney]].
   
[[Indiana Jones]] and [[Remy Baudouin]] worked at O'Connell Bar tending the bar and washing dishes in [[1916]] while saving money for tickets to [[London]].
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In April 1916, [[Indiana Jones]] and [[Remy Baudouin]] got jobs at O'Connell Bar tending the bar and washing dishes to raise money for ferry tickets to [[London]].
   
 
Irish playwright [[Sean O'Casey]] frequented the bar, and he and Jones became good friends.
 
Irish playwright [[Sean O'Casey]] frequented the bar, and he and Jones became good friends.

Latest revision as of 21:20, 29 March 2014

The O'Connell Bar or Rooney's pub was a pub in Dublin, Ireland. It was managed by Rooney.

In April 1916, Indiana Jones and Remy Baudouin got jobs at O'Connell Bar tending the bar and washing dishes to raise money for ferry tickets to London.

Irish playwright Sean O'Casey frequented the bar, and he and Jones became good friends.

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