Maureen O’Hara’s coffin is carried at her funeral. Photograph: Marty Katz/

Ireland’s first Hollywood movie star Maureen O’Hara was remembered at her funeral in the US as an untameable and fiery spirit who never forgot her Iri(...)

Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne in The Quiet Man. Photograph: Kobal

When Seán Ó Tuairisg was a gasúr in short pants at school in Connemara, he was out in the playground when the film crew associated with John Ford’s Th(...)

Actors John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara star in The Quiet Man, 1952. Photograph: Archive Photos/Getty Images

Tributes to Irish-American actor Maureen O’Hara continue to pour in following the death of the Hollywood star on Saturday. O’Hara, most famous (...)

Maureen O’Hara photographed in her front yard in Los Angeles. Photograph: Harold Filan/AP Photo

It may seem odd to describe a middle-class lady from Ranelagh in the following terms, but, with the death of Maureen O’Hara at 95, cinema has lost a o(...)

Actor Maureen O’Hara pictures in  1943. Photograph: NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Maureen O’Hara, who died on Saturday, was Ireland’s first great Hollywood star and appeared in over 50 films. Ranked among the world’s most beautiful(...)

Maureen O Hara, the Irish-American actor  famed for her flaming red hair and her role in The Quiet Man, has died aged 95.

The actor Maureen O’Hara, famed for her flaming red hair and her role in The Quiet Man, has died aged 95. Her family confirmed in a statement that she(...)

Maureen O’Hara: ‘I have so many happy memories of Lugdine’. Photograph:Frank Miller

Lugdine Park, the beloved west Cork home of Irish screen legend Maureen O’Hara, has sold for about €1.6 million. The scenic coastal home on 35 (...)

Struggling to sell: Shorecliffe House, the west Cork holiday home of Sir Anthony O’Reilly

If anyone was wondering whether the whiff of celebrity might add a few hundred thousand to the value of a house, think again. At least if you’re lo(...)

The poster for ‘McLintock!’ is one of dozens of vintage posters on auction and is signed by Michael Wayne, John’s son

Even the concept of a film such as Fifty Shades of Grey would have been unthinkable to cinema-goers in 1960s Ireland, but one of that decade’s popu(...)

It was most unusual for Vinny Fitzpatrick to march into Foley’s and order a whisky chaser to go with his pint.But on this Sunday evening, he was flush(...)