On this day, August 31, John Ford who directed the iconic The Quiet Man passed away. Today, we recall a tender moment between John Ford and Maureen O'Hara, an Irish-themed Valentine's Day card.
A look at the music and songs from Irish America's most beloved film, 'The Quiet Man.'
Despite being voted a “Protected Structure”, Maureen O’Hara’s dearest wish to see the beloved Galway cottage restored can not happen with the owner’s involvement and actions from the Council.
Irish Hollywood legend Maureen O'Hara had plenty to say during her long life. Here are some of our favorite quotes.
Documentary makers speak to Maureen O’Hara, John Wayne’s son, and John Ford’s son about the making of The Quiet Man.
Maureen O'Hara was born in Dublin on August 17, 1920. The talented Irish woman went on to become one of Hollywood's most beloved stars.
Dublin-born actress Maureen O'Hara was already a well-established and well-regarded actress by the time she came to appear opposite her favorite leading man John Wayne in John Ford’s 1952 romantic drama “The Quiet Man.”
What must it have been like to be in Ireland in 1951 when stars John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara and director John Ford were there filming The Quiet Man?
On screen, she played fiery heroines who put leading men in their place. Who were Maureen O'Hara's real lovers?
"The Quiet Man" actor John Wayne died on June 11, 1979 and his co-star and dear friend Maureen O'Hara had a beautiful story to tell.
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