The Maureen O'Hara Magazine with Photos, articles and information about the career of Maureen O'Hara.
A Tribute to Maureen O'Hara A 4-part article which borrows from June Parker Beck's much longer biography on her site. About Classic Movies, November 26, 2003.
It's happened December 20, 2002 !!! A brand new landmark live interview with Maureen on Larry King Live (CNN TV).
Maureen O'Hara (1921 - ) Pseudonym of Maureen Fitzsimons was born 17th Aug 1921, Dublin, Ireland. she was educated at the Abbey School of Acting, Dublin, and the London College of Music... Her best known films are Miracle on 34th Street and The Quiet Man. Irish Mellennia - People & Modern Irish Lives: Dictionary of 20th-century Biography, Louis McRedmond (General Ed.), Gill & Macmillan, Dublin, 1996
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Not an Easter Bonnet, but very effective: The Many Hats of Maureen O'Hara A little stroll down Cinema Avenue to the accompaniment of Easter Bonnet.
Film Highights of Maureen O'Hara Maureen O'Hara Magazine features page with over 30 pages of photos and information on the career and life of Maureen O'Hara
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Classic Movies' Maureen O'Hara ~ A Tribute Part I: Introduction; Part II: Maureen O'Hara Tributes and Other Pages; Part III: Movie Reviews & Where to Find Her Movies; Part IV: Photos, Art, and Posters.
Beautiful Women Lakes Maureen O'Hara - one of the most beautiful women of the 20th century!
Maureen O'Hara sings Danny Boy for St. Patrick's Day Maureen is only the third woman to be selected (1999) as grand marshal in the history of the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade. Click on music bar to hear Maureen singing "Danny Boy" if you have 'Real Player loaded.
Maureen O'Hara, grand marshal of New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade greets Cardinal John O'Connor at the start of the procession. Click on the icon for a slide show of St. Patrick's Day celebrations in New York and other cities (abcnews.com; December 17, 2000).
Cab to Canada Detroit News article (November 1998) about the CBS screening of Maureen's movie.
John Ford's Favorite "Rosebud" Ford claimed Maureen O'Hara when the teenage future star first arrived in Hollywood in late 1939. She became his prime "Rosebud," the title Ford bestowed on the elite group of actresses who appeared in his films.
Maureen O'Hara's Filmography 56 films (1938-1991) from the Films of the Golden Age Winter Index.
Maureen O'Hara On TV TV Now presents Maureen O'Hara movies on TV.
Elizabeth's Maureen O'Hara Page presents her Biography, Filmography, An Index of Articles, Her Address, and Image Credits
A Gloriously, Fine, Beautiful Red Headed Actress! Denny C. Jackson's Maureen O'Hara page. Biography and some really beautiful Maureen O'Hara Pics.
How Green Was My Valley (1941) is one of John Ford's masterpieces of sentimental human drama.
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Maureen O'Hara Birthday Countdown Counting From: August 17th, 1920.
Maureen's 80th Birthday was on August 17, 2000.
Maureen O'Hara Homepage fansites.com pages.
Maureen O'Hara (auf Deutsch) Als Maureen FitzSimons erblickte Maureen O'Hara am Dienstag, 17. August 1920 in Ranleagh bei Dublin das Licht der Welt.
American Movie Classics Bob Moses interviews Maureen O'Hara.
A Tribute to a Hollywood Goddess Maureen O'Hara: Filmography - Biography - Photo Gallery and Links.
The Lady Who Knows Santa Claus Maureen has known Santa Claus for over 50 years - Essay Copyright 1997(revised 11-98) by June Parker Beck.
Maureen Honored The American Ireland Fund honors Maureen O'Hara, recipient of the 1991 Heritage Award.
Maureen O'Hara -- the Queen of Technicolor Article by Bob Thomas Associated Press Writer in Shawnee Online, Oklahoma.
Maureen O'Hara Blair visits Excambian Visit (October, 1997) to the New England Air Museum, Bradley International Airport - Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
Maureen O'Hara's primary residence is in the Virgin Islands. After starring in nearly 60 movies, O'Hara moved to St. Croix with her third husband, aviation pioneer Charles F. Blair. She became the first woman to run a U.S. airline when she took over Blair's Antilles Airboats after his death in 1978. Los Angeles Times Report.
Maureen O'Hara & John Wayne Gold Medal Satatement in support of a Bill to authorize the President of the United States to present on behalf of the Congress a specially struck gold medal to John Wayne, May 21, 1979.
John Wayne Hollywood's Favorite Lover? Maureen O'Hara Answers by Dorothy Trolear (segments from a 1973 article of a fan magazine).
Maureen O'Hara talks with People Online She retired in 1973 to pursue her love of world travel with her third husband, Charles Blair, who had been the first pilot to fly solo over the North Pole. At the time of his death in a 1978 plane crash, he was the owner-operator of Antilles Air Boats Company in the Virgin Islands. Despite enjoying the private life on the island of St. Croix, O'Hara was lured back to work to play John Candy's mother in the 1991 John Hughes comedy "Only the Lonely."
Irish American Hall Of Fame: Maureen O'Hara Maureen is retired and lives happily. Maureens home is in St. Croix, Virgin Islands, she also spends time in New York, Los Angeles and Ireland.
History of Cong, Ireland Topics of Cong's history include: The Battle of Moytura, Inchagaoil, The Royal Augustinian Abbey of Cong, The Cross of Cong, The Market Cross, Ashford Castle, Captain Boycott, Oscar Wilde, and The Quietman, John Ford's much-loved romantic comedy has been both embraced and despised for its larger-than-life portrayal of Ireland. A plush saga of an Irish-American boxer played by John Wayne, returning to his family homestead and battling to marry Maureen O'Hara
Falling for Maureen O'Hara "Somebody give that woman her well-deserved Oscar, for God's sake" (Irish Times feature, April 6, 2001).