Maureen O’Hara, Hollywood Star of ‘Miracle on 34th Street, Dies at 95 admin | Maureen O Hara, Trending | October 27, 2015 1:49 pm 16 Comments
I loved her in "A Quiet Man."
She was a beautiful Woman.
Parent trap,miracle on 34Th street was my favorites.
95years old she lived a long life
God bless Her
Dying in your sleep at 95. A very good way to go, since death is inevitable. She was a brilliant actress, and she will be missed. I loved every picture she ever made with the great John Wayne. RIP.
The hunchback of Notre Dame was on the night before her passing, glad to have seen it, but sadly was kind of struggling to stay awake. Was kind oflike a fair well to her.
A talented actress from the golden age of Hollywood.
Maureen O'Hara, truly the last female star of the Silver screen and Film Noir era.
So beautiful and talented.
R I P Maureen O'Hara I am very sad
Aside from her family, she was most significant to people who were "old" from the last couple years back to the early 1980s now all those people are gone. When I hear of old actresses like this dying it makes me thinks of departed older relatives who probably saw their movies in their heydays. Life is limited and the best way to live is do is good things for people that will make you remembered when you are gone.
She was wonderful. Rest in peace.
AAAAHHHH!!HOW SAD INDEED!!A GREAT GLAMOUROUS ACTRESS OF HER TIME INDEED!!!SHE WAS "THE ESMERALDA" IN THE MOVIE " THE HUNCH BACK OF NOTRE DAME"AND THE LATE CHARLES LAUGHTON (R.I.P. )AS" THE HUNCH
BACK".WELL!! ACTED TOO!!!MS MAUREEN O' HARA ALSO WAS GREAT IN "THE QUIET MAN "WITH THE LATE JOHN WAYNE.( R.I.P.).WHAT A SUPER AGE TO GO WOW!!R.I.P. MAUREEN O' HARA.FROM(U.K.).
Impossibly lovely lady! Just a perfect being!
I loved her in "How Green Was My Valley." Requiescat in pace dear, lovelylady."How green was my valley then, and the valley of them that have gone." – Richard Llewellyn
Looking at her eyes, even at that great age, they were perfectly clear, no redness or anything. Amazing.
Maureen O' Hara you make me proud to be an Irish red head! Thanks for the memories! God bless you and RIP. My heart is a little bit broken tonight
Bless her! She was an absolute beautiful woman and wonderful actress. I love watching her on screen. Watched her in the Hunchback of Notre Dame last night. And The Parent Trap is one of my favorite films. My brother and I watch and enjoy many of her films. R.I.P dear. And thanks for the memories!