Legendary actress Maureen O'Hara

Published 3:53 PM ET, Sat October 24, 2015
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John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara appear in 1952's "The Quiet Man," directed by John Ford. It was the second time O'Hara and Wayne appeared on screen together. Everett Collection
O'Hara appears with John Payne and Edmund Gwenn (Kris Kringle) in a scene from "Miracle on 34th Street" in 1947. The film also starred a young Natalie Wood. Hulton Archive/Moviepix/Getty Images
O'Hara and Hayley Mills in 1961's "The Parent Trap." O'Hara plays the foil to many pranks by Mills, who played twins in the Disney movie. Everett Collection
James Stewart co-starred in 1962's "Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation." The comedy depicts a family on a beach vacation. Everett Collection
O'Hara during a chase sequence in 1963's 'McLintock!' which also starred John Wayne. Don Brinn/AP
Charles Laughton (Quasimodo) and Maureen O'Hara (Esmeralda) appear in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" in 1939. ullstein bild/Getty Images
John Wayne, O'Hara and Claude Jarman Jr. in 1950's "Rio Grande." Archive Photos/Moviepix/Getty Images
Roddy McDowall appears with O'Hara in a scene from 1941's "How Green Was My Valley." The film was directed by John Ford. Hulton Archive/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Portrait of O'Hara in costume, as she appeared in the movie "Bagdad," in 1949. Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
O'Hara in the 1971 Western "Big Jake." From Paramount Pictures
O'Hara in 1959's "Our Man in Havana." From Colombia/Tristar