Maureen O'Hara photographed in her front yard in Los Angeles, Jan. 19, 1960.
AP Photo/Harold Filan, File
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Maureen O'Hara, the flame-haired star of "How Green Was My Valley" and "Miracle on 34th Street" who was one of Ireland's most successful acting exports, has died aged 95, the Irish president said Saturday. An iconic figure in Hollywood's Golden Age of the 1940s and 1950s who was once considered one of the world's most beautiful women, O'Hara also played a string of feisty women opposite John Wayne, including in "The Quiet Man". Known as the "Queen of Technicolor" thanks to her red hair and green eyes, O'Hara was born in Ranelagh, south Dublin, in 1920 .O'Hara was awarded an honorary Oscar in 2014 .U.S. actress Jessica Chastain praised the legend.
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