LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fiery-haired and feisty, Maureen O'Hara could handle anything the world and Hollywood threw at her. Director John Ford punched her in the jaw at a party and John Wayne dragged her through sheep dung — real sheep dung — in "The Quiet Man." In "Miracle on 34th Street" she learned to believe in Santa Claus.
But first and foremost, she always believed in herself.
"I do like to get my own way," she said in a 1991...
"My favorite is Maureen's feisty role that made me appreciate John Wayne for more than a cowboy. Beautiful, bold and talented she brought out her finest in "The Quiet Man". God blessed her with a mighty force that she used to entertain millions. RIP"
– Barbara Hoyle, Friend,
Mexico, Mar 04, 2016
"Such a lovely lady. her acting was superb Maureen I will still be watching your movies .may god keep you in the hollow of his hand. Norma from Edinburgh Scotland"
– Norma Donald, A Fan ,
Edinburgh Scotland , HI, Jan 05, 2016