Jacqueline Obradors (b. October 6, 1966 in San Fernando Valley, California), is an American actress. She was born to immigrants from Argentina. She is best known for playing supporting roles in Six Days Seven Nights and A Man Apart, and for her role as Detective Rita Ortiz on the ABC crime drama NYPD Blue (2001-2005).
She appeared on the show, Freddie, starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., as Sofia, Freddie's sister, during the 2005-06 television season.
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Atlantis: Milo's Return, released in 2003 is the direct-to-video sequel to the film Atlantis: The Lost Empire.Originally, Disney was developing a sequel entitled Shards of Chaos; it was abandoned once the movie was less than successful. The released "sequel" consists of three animated shorts, originally meant to be three episodes of a series that was never completed called Team Atlantis. Allegedly, ten minutes of additional animation was done to link the stories more closely.Cree Summer (Kida), Corey Burton (Mole), Don Novello (Vinny), Phil Morris (Dr. Sweet), Jacqueline Obradors (Audrey), John Mahoney (Whitmore), and Florence Stanley (Wilhelmina) all reprise their roles from the first film, with James Arnold Taylor replacing Michael J. Fox as Milo and Steve Barr replacing Jim Varney as Cookie.Milo Thatch and his comrades leave Atlantis to investigate mysterious forces causing trouble on the surface. Their travels take them from the frigid Nordic Mountains to the dry and baking ...
Atlantis: The Lost Empire is a 2001 animated feature produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures on June 15, 2001. An animated sci-fi mixed action movie, it was written by Tab Murphy, directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise, and produced by Don Hahn. The 40th film in the Disney animated features canon, it is set in the year 1914, where an expedition crew goes off to find the lost city of Atlantis.
When Milo Thatch gains possession of a sacred book, he believes it will guide him to the mythical city of Atlantis. Enlisting a band of ragtag archaeologists and excavators, they find the city, but little does the team realize that there are people among them willing to throw the kingdom into chaos for their own profit.
A gigantic explosion causes a massive tsunami to wash over Atlantis. The city's giant robotic sentinels erect an energy shield to protect the capital, but most citizens are trapped outside the shield and perish. The Atlantean Queen is...,
Six Days Seven Nights is a 1998 romantic comedy film interspersed with elements of the adventure film. The screenplay was written by Michael Browning. The movie, filmed on location in Kauai, was directed by Ivan Reitman. It starred Harrison Ford, Anne Heche, David Schwimmer, and Jacqueline Obradors.
Robin Monroe (Heche), a New York journalist working for Dazzle, a fashion magazine, is invited by her boyfriend Frank (Schwimmer) to spend a one-week holiday with him on the island paradise of Makatea in the South Pacific. For the final leg of their journey the couple have to make do with a small dilapidated aircraft (DHC-2 Beaver) piloted by a middle-aged American called Quinn Harris (Ford). A few hours after their arrival, Frank proposes to Robin.
But Robin is a workaholic who cannot say no when she gets a call from her boss asking her to drop over to Tahiti just for one night to supervise a fashion event. She hires Quinn to fly her there, but an unexpected thunderstorm forces the plane...,
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