James Orr (filmmaker)

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James Orr (born 1953) is a Canadian writer, director and producer of motion pictures. Orr's screenplay credits include Three Men and a Baby, Tough Guys and Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, whilst his director credits include Mr. Destiny and Man of the House.

Since the 1980s, Orr has been an avid wine-collector and has participated in several wine auctions.[1]

In September 2010, wine critic James Suckling announced the launch of his new video-based website featuring content taped in locations across the world, created in collaboration with James Orr.[2]

Orr has indulged his passion for cigars by writing and directing the low-budget feature "Blowing Smoke",[3] as well as making a documentary on the Fuente Family called "The Fuente Family: An American Dream", and a documentary on Cuban cigars called "Cigars: The Heart and Soul of Cuba".[4]


  1. ^ Goodwin, Betty, latimes.com (October 20, 1989). Wine Auction Garners Bouquets
  2. ^ Lechmere, Adam, Decanter.com (September 16, 2010). Benedict XVI, Decanter.com, Robinson: first to taste new Suckling wine
  3. ^ Drucker, Joel. "Lights, Camera, Cigars". Cigar Aficionado. 
  4. ^ Hart, Craig. ""Cigars: The Heart and Soul of Cuba" Movie Review". 

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