Visiting the filming locations of The Quiet Man is the ultimate pilgrimage for fans of the Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne film.
On the 65th anniversary of the release of The Quiet Man I watched it for the first time.
Documentary makers speak to Maureen O’Hara, John Wayne’s son, and John Ford’s son about the making of “The Quiet Man”.
Bad news for the haters: "The Quiet Man" is growing in stature, not merely as entertainment, but as a work of art.
"The Quiet Man" star owned Lugdine Park, a beautiful estate in Glengarriff, Co. Cork, for 45 years.
The Ballyglunin Train Station was at risk of collapse but a last ditch fundraising effort has saved the day.
“Some Say Chance” features O’Hara, her mother, and siblings in a silent film about a young Irish girl and a London prostitute.
Ballyglunin is the real life train station that was the setting for the opening scene of the 1952 screen classic and the arrival of Sean Thornton, played by John Wayne, in a CIE steam train.
Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum plan wing to house Quiet Man star’s Oscar and personal artifacts.
Dublin-born star talks about her relationship with the hunks of the silver screen, her own stunts and more.
An Irish recipe repertoire essential - simple delicious colcannon
Tullamore D.E.W. Irish whiskey launches stunning campaign inspired by the history of ‘No Irish Need Apply’
Bono should refuse George W Bush award and apologize to Donald Trump
American and returning emigrant drivers discriminated against in Ireland
Welcoming the autumnal equinox at one of Ireland’s most magical ancient sites
Meeting with J.P. Donleavy, author of "The Gingerman"
Irish pro-choice abortion group protest wearing chilling Handmaid’s Tale costumes
Irish government launches directory of the global Irish diaspora