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(1972), Paper Moon (1973), Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon (1975), and A Bridge Too Far (1977).
He had a recurring role in the TV series Bones as Max, the father of the series' protagonist.
O'Neal had been originally meant to star in Bogdanovich's At Long Last Love but was replaced by Burt Reynolds.
He made Nickelodeon (1976) with Reynolds, Bogdanovich and Tatum O'Neal, for a fee of 0,000. He followed this with a small role in the all-star war film A Bridge Too Far (1977), playing General James Gavin.
The series was an instant hit and boosted O'Neal's career.
He later found success in films, most notably Love Story (1970), for which he received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations as Best Actor, What's Up, Doc?
His fee was ,000; he had an offer that paid five times as much to appear in a Jerry Lewis film but O'Neal knew that Love Story was the better prospect and selected that instead. O'Neal appeared in a TV movie written by Eric Ambler, Love Hate Love, which received good ratings.The series was a big success, making national names of its cast including O'Neal.Several were offered movie roles, including Mia Farrow and Barbara Parkins.O'Neal appeared in guest roles on series that included The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Leave It to Beaver, Bachelor Father, Westinghouse Playhouse, Perry Mason and Wagon Train.From 1962 to 1963, he was a regular on NBC's Empire, another modern day western, where he played "Tal Garrett".
Eventually O'Neal was cast in the lead of The Big Bounce (1969), based on an Elmore Leonard novel.