Maureen OâHara receives an Honorary Award at the 2014 Governors Awards admin | Maureen O Hara, Trending | October 27, 2015 1:48 pm 20 Comments
RIP Maureen O'Hara, a legendary actress and the last of the Golden era of Hollywood actresses. You were truly the pride of Ireland, Ms O'Hara and you will be deeply missed. RIP.
It's amazing that at her age, she looked very good. She was a great woman, actress, singer and friend (of John Wayne). R.I.P.
Maureen O'Hara, truly the last female star of the Silver Screen and Film Noir era.
well about time she got an oscar!!
Dear Maureen, from us all in the Emerald Isle may I wish you peace and rest from here on in, and thankyou for being a true ambassador for Ireland on film during the Hollywood golden era. RIP.
god speed maureen you are with your friends again RIP
RIP Maureen O'Hara
RIP Maureen O'Hara
RIP Maureen O'Hara. She died today at 95. Such memories of a wonderful career and a great spirit and entertainer.
Apparently, she continued to speak and speak and the Academy took her mic away. The whole thing is awful. A movie legend like that deserves MUCH BETTER treatment!
Cant believe she was 95 she looks young
RIP. One of the last of the Golden era. It will be bittersweet watching miracle on 34th street this year.
John Ford, perhaps the greatest director in the history of cinema, was a well-known misogynist. To be a woman & gain John Ford's respect was almost impossible. You had to be stronger than the men you were working with. There were only two women whom he not only respected, but practically fell at their feet & worshipped– who in his mind were as tough, as resilient, as strong, as independent as the boys: Katharine Hepburn and Maureen O’Hara. On his deathbed, he told Katharine Hepburn that she was the love of his life. And he cast Maureen O’Hara in more parts than he did any other actress (don’t know a better tribute than that). Is there a stronger, more beautiful woman in movies than Maureen O’Hara? R.I.P.
RIP Maureen O' Hara. You brought Hollywood to Ireland
+ RIP Thanks For The Movies
I love that woman And this is one of the best moments in cinema history. She was so damn good. A fluke that she was NEVER nominated.
RIP Maureen O'Hara. You brought much happiness to my life.
RIP Maureen, ar dheis Dé go raibh d'anam.
Sleep sweetly. What a lady. And what an Irish Woman. RIP.