Film legend Maureen O’ Hara dies at 95
One of the last surviving stars of golden age of Hollywood, Maureen O' Hara, 95, died on Saturday
Dubbed as "The Queen of Technicolour" the Irish actress died with family by her side at her Boise, Idaho home, reported Variety.
Often described as "fiery", she displayed her versatility in films like "How Green Was My Valley" and Carol Reed's "Our Man in Havana".
She worked with directors ranging from Alfred Hitchcock to Chris Columbus, but is best remembered for her works with John Ford, particularly in her pairings with John Wayne. O'Hara starred opposite Wayne in five films including, "Rio Grande", "McLintock!", "Big Jake","The Quiet Man" and "The Wings of Eagles".Her movie career began when Charles Laughton signed her to a seven-year contract with his company, Mayflower Films.