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'''Maureen O'Hara''', born as Maureen [=FitzSimmons=] on August 17, 1920 in Dublin, Ireland, is probably the most famous FieryRedhead (and only famous Irish) leading lady in film history. She was (more or less) "discovered" by Creator/CharlesLaughton, who gave her an important part in ''Jamaica Inn'' and her first starring role as Esmeralda in 1939's ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.

With her flaming red hair and deep green eyes, O'Hara (called at one time "The Queen of Technicolor") is considered one of the greatest beauties of the GoldenAgeOfHollywood. She was also one of Hollywood's earliest {{Action Girl}}s, donning PirateGirl garb and seizing a sword, or sporting the flimsiest of veils in Hollywood's best ArabianNightsDays style, to appear as the strong-willed heroine of quite a few {{Swashbuckler}}s.

O'Hara was a long time friend and collaborator with the legendary Creator/JohnWayne. The two appeared in five movies together: ''Rio Grande'', ''Film/TheQuietMan'', ''The Wings of Eagles'', ''Film/McLintock'' and ''Big Jake''. Like Wayne she worked extensively with iconic director Creator/JohnFord.
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!!This actress provided examples of:
* FieryRedhead: One of the biggest perpetrators of this trope to film.
* HotMom: In movies like ''TheParentTrap'' and ''[=McLintock!=]''
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!!Some notable films Maureen O'Hara appeared in include:

* ''Kicking the Moon Around'', as the Secretary (1938)
* ''Little Miss Molly'', as Eileen O'Shea (1938)
* ''Jamaica Inn'', as Mary, niece of [[DastardlyWhiplash Bad Baronet]] Sir Humphrey Pengallen (1938)
* ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', as Esmeralda (1939)
* ''A Bill of Divorcement'', as Sydney Fairfield (1940) -- A remake of Creator/KatharineHepburn's 1932 premiere movie.
* ''Dance, Girl, Dance'', as Judy O'Brien (1940)
* ''Film/HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941) -- Her first film directed by Creator/JohnFord
* ''To the Shores of Tripoli'', as Mary Carter (1942)
* ''Ten Gentlemen from West Point'', Carolyn Bainbridge (1942)
* Creator/RafaelSabatini's ''The Black Swan'', as Lady Margaret Denby (1942) -- She appears opposite Tyrone Power in her first {{Swashbuckler}}, in which she transforms at the end into a PirateGirl
* ''Immortal Sergeant'', as Valentine Lee (1943) -- With Henry Fonda
* ''This Land is Mine'', as Louise Martin (1943) -- A moving drama of Occupied France, in which Charles Laughton is a reluctant saboteur.
* ''Buffalo Bill'', as Louisa Frederici Cody (1944) -- Opposite Joel [=McCrea=] as the titular William Frederick Cody. Her first {{Western}}.
* ''The Spanish Main'', as Contessa Francesca (1945) -- Another {{Swashbuckler}} film, very similar to ''The Black Swan'', but with Paul Henried as the raffish (though in this case rather elderly) {{Pirate}}. Walter Slezak steals the show.
* ''Film/SinbadTheSailor'', as Shireen (1947) -- Her first ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., as Sinbad. Walter Slezak doesn't ''quite'' steal the show.
* ''Film/MiracleOn34thStreet'', as Doris Walker (1947)
* ''Sitting Pretty'', as Tracey King (1948) -- The film that introduced Clifton Webb as Mr. Belvedere.
* ''Bagdad'', as Princess Marjan (1949) -- Another ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, with Paul Christian as Prince Hassan and Creator/VincentPrice as the [[EvilChancellor Evil Vizier]] lusting after the princess.
* ''Comanche Territory'', as Katie Howard (1950) -- Another {{Western}}, opposite [=MacDonald=] Carey of SoapOpera fame.
* ''Tripoli'', as the Comtesse D'Arneau (1950) -- Yeah, a War Movie, {{Pirate}} movie, and ArabianNightsDays movie, featuring the U.S. Marines fighting Barbary Pirates and Maureen in the inevitable yashmak. Rather a dull affair.
* ''Rio Grande'', as Kathleen Yorke (1950) -- Maureen's first picture with Creator/JohnWayne and the last of Ford's great "Cavalry Trilogy".
* ''Flame of Araby'', as Princess Tanya (1951) -- ArabianNightsDays again, this time opposite Jeff Chandler.
* ''At Sword's Point'', as Claire, the Daughter of Athos (1952) -- Another {{Swashbuckler}}, in which the children of Literature/TheThreeMusketeers unite to oppose the [[AristocratsAreEvil evil Duc de Lavalle]]. Maureen is a full-blown sword-swinging ActionGirl in this one, opposite Cornell Wilde as the Son of D'Artagnan.
* ''Film/TheQuietMan'', as Mary Kate Danaher (1952) -- Her second with Ford and Wayne, Maureen is cast [[HypocriticalHumor entirely against type]] as a FieryRedhead from {{Oireland}}.
* ''Against All Flags'', as Prudence "Spitfire" Stephens (1952) -- Her last, and possibly best, {{Pirate}} {{Swashbuckler}}, fittingly opposite ErrolFlynn.
* ''The Long Gray Line'', as Mary O'Donnell (1955) -- Her third with John Ford, this time opposite Tyrone Power.
* ''Lady Godiva of Coventry'', as Lady Godiva (1955) -- Maureen does indeed play the first nude tax-protestor, though her GodivaHair ensures that she does not shock the sensibilities even of the nun who leads her horse.
* ''Lisbon'', as Sylvia Merrill (1956) -- Chiefly interesting for having been directed by her co-star, Ray Milland.
* ''The Wings of Eagles'', as Min Wead (1957) -- Her third with John Wayne and fourth with John Ford. A military RomanticComedy.
* ''Film/TheParentTrap'', as Maggie [=McKendrick=] (1961) -- The {{Disney}} comedy, with Maureen as the mother of Hayley Mills -- and Hayley Mills -- and estranged wife of Mitch Evers.
* ''Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation'', as Peggy Hobbs (1962) -- Opposite Creator/JimmyStewart.
* ''Spencer's Mountain'', as Olivia Spencer (1963) -- Opposite Henry Fonda. The film that inspired ''Series/TheWaltons''.
* ''Film/McLintock'', as Katherine Gilhooley [=McLintock=] (1963) -- Her fourth with John Wayne, but no John Ford this time around.
* ''The Rare Breed'', as Martha Price (1966) -- A {{Western}} opposite Jimmy Stewart.
* ''Big Jake'', as Martha [=McCandles=] (1971) -- Her fifth and last film with John Wayne. [[note]]Eight years later, O'Hara initiated the petition to have Wayne awarded a Congressional Gold Medal inscribed "John Wayne -- American", which was awarded to him on May 26, 1979 -- 17 days before his death from cancer.[[/note]]
* ''Literature/TheRedPony'', as Ruth Tiflin (1973) -- Opposite Henry Fonda.
* ''Only the Lonely'', as Rose Muldoon (1991) -- As John Candy's domineering mother. Her last cinematic film to date.

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'''Maureen O'Hara''', born as Maureen [=FitzSimmons=] on August 17, 1920 in Dublin, Ireland, is probably the most famous FieryRedhead (and only famous Irish) leading lady in film history. She was (more or less) "discovered" by Creator/CharlesLaughton, who gave her an important part in ''Jamaica Inn'' and her first starring role as Esmeralda in 1939's ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.

With her flaming red hair and deep green eyes, O'Hara (called at one time "The Queen of Technicolor") is considered one of the greatest beauties of the GoldenAgeOfHollywood. She was also one of Hollywood's earliest {{Action Girl}}s, donning PirateGirl garb and seizing a sword, or sporting the flimsiest of veils in Hollywood's best ArabianNightsDays style, to appear as the strong-willed heroine of quite a few {{Swashbuckler}}s.

O'Hara was a long time friend and collaborator with the legendary Creator/JohnWayne. The two appeared in five movies together: ''Rio Grande'', ''Film/TheQuietMan'', ''The Wings of Eagles'', ''Film/McLintock'' and ''Big Jake''. Like Wayne she worked extensively with iconic director Creator/JohnFord.
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!!This actress provided examples of:
* FieryRedhead: One of the biggest perpetrators of this trope to film.
* HotMom: In movies like ''TheParentTrap'' and ''[=McLintock!=]''
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!!Some notable films Maureen O'Hara appeared in include:

* ''Kicking the Moon Around'', as the Secretary (1938)
* ''Little Miss Molly'', as Eileen O'Shea (1938)
* ''Jamaica Inn'', as Mary, niece of [[DastardlyWhiplash Bad Baronet]] Sir Humphrey Pengallen (1938)
* ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', as Esmeralda (1939)
* ''A Bill of Divorcement'', as Sydney Fairfield (1940) -- A remake of Creator/KatharineHepburn's 1932 premiere movie.
* ''Dance, Girl, Dance'', as Judy O'Brien (1940)
* ''Film/HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941) -- Her first film directed by Creator/JohnFord
* ''To the Shores of Tripoli'', as Mary Carter (1942)
* ''Ten Gentlemen from West Point'', Carolyn Bainbridge (1942)
* Creator/RafaelSabatini's ''The Black Swan'', as Lady Margaret Denby (1942) -- She appears opposite Tyrone Power in her first {{Swashbuckler}}, in which she transforms at the end into a PirateGirl
* ''Immortal Sergeant'', as Valentine Lee (1943) -- With Henry Fonda
* ''This Land is Mine'', as Louise Martin (1943) -- A moving drama of Occupied France, in which Charles Laughton is a reluctant saboteur.
* ''Buffalo Bill'', as Louisa Frederici Cody (1944) -- Opposite Joel [=McCrea=] as the titular William Frederick Cody. Her first {{Western}}.
* ''The Spanish Main'', as Contessa Francesca (1945) -- Another {{Swashbuckler}} film, very similar to ''The Black Swan'', but with Paul Henried as the raffish (though in this case rather elderly) {{Pirate}}. Walter Slezak steals the show.
* ''Film/SinbadTheSailor'', as Shireen (1947) -- Her first ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., as Sinbad. Walter Slezak doesn't ''quite'' steal the show.
* ''Film/MiracleOn34thStreet'', as Doris Walker (1947)
* ''Sitting Pretty'', as Tracey King (1948) -- The film that introduced Clifton Webb as Mr. Belvedere.
* ''Bagdad'', as Princess Marjan (1949) -- Another ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, with Paul Christian as Prince Hassan and Creator/VincentPrice as the [[EvilChancellor Evil Vizier]] lusting after the princess.
* ''Comanche Territory'', as Katie Howard (1950) -- Another {{Western}}, opposite [=MacDonald=] Carey of SoapOpera fame.
* ''Tripoli'', as the Comtesse D'Arneau (1950) -- Yeah, a War Movie, {{Pirate}} movie, and ArabianNightsDays movie, featuring the U.S. Marines fighting Barbary Pirates and Maureen in the inevitable yashmak. Rather a dull affair.
* ''Rio Grande'', as Kathleen Yorke (1950) -- Maureen's first picture with Creator/JohnWayne and the last of Ford's great "Cavalry Trilogy".
* ''Flame of Araby'', as Princess Tanya (1951) -- ArabianNightsDays again, this time opposite Jeff Chandler.
* ''At Sword's Point'', as Claire, the Daughter of Athos (1952) -- Another {{Swashbuckler}}, in which the children of Literature/TheThreeMusketeers unite to oppose the [[AristocratsAreEvil evil Duc de Lavalle]]. Maureen is a full-blown sword-swinging ActionGirl in this one, opposite Cornell Wilde as the Son of D'Artagnan.
* ''Film/TheQuietMan'', as Mary Kate Danaher (1952) -- Her second with Ford and Wayne, Maureen is cast [[HypocriticalHumor entirely against type]] as a FieryRedhead from {{Oireland}}.
* ''Against All Flags'', as Prudence "Spitfire" Stephens (1952) -- Her last, and possibly best, {{Pirate}} {{Swashbuckler}}, fittingly opposite ErrolFlynn.
* ''The Long Gray Line'', as Mary O'Donnell (1955) -- Her third with John Ford, this time opposite Tyrone Power.
* ''Lady Godiva of Coventry'', as Lady Godiva (1955) -- Maureen does indeed play the first nude tax-protestor, though her GodivaHair ensures that she does not shock the sensibilities even of the nun who leads her horse.
* ''Lisbon'', as Sylvia Merrill (1956) -- Chiefly interesting for having been directed by her co-star, Ray Milland.
* ''The Wings of Eagles'', as Min Wead (1957) -- Her third with John Wayne and fourth with John Ford. A military RomanticComedy.
* ''Film/TheParentTrap'', as Maggie [=McKendrick=] (1961) -- The {{Disney}} comedy, with Maureen as the mother of Hayley Mills -- and Hayley Mills -- and estranged wife of Mitch Evers.
* ''Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation'', as Peggy Hobbs (1962) -- Opposite Creator/JimmyStewart.
* ''Spencer's Mountain'', as Olivia Spencer (1963) -- Opposite Henry Fonda. The film that inspired ''Series/TheWaltons''.
* ''Film/McLintock'', as Katherine Gilhooley [=McLintock=] (1963) -- Her fourth with John Wayne, but no John Ford this time around.
* ''The Rare Breed'', as Martha Price (1966) -- A {{Western}} opposite Jimmy Stewart.
* ''Big Jake'', as Martha [=McCandles=] (1971) -- Her fifth and last film with John Wayne. [[note]]Eight years later, O'Hara initiated the petition to have Wayne awarded a Congressional Gold Medal inscribed "John Wayne -- American", which was awarded to him on May 26, 1979 -- 17 days before his death from cancer.[[/note]]
* ''Literature/TheRedPony'', as Ruth Tiflin (1973) -- Opposite Henry Fonda.
* ''Only the Lonely'', as Rose Muldoon (1991) -- As John Candy's domineering mother. Her last cinematic film to date.
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3rd Dec '13 7:26:29 PM PaulA
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O'Hara was a long time friend and collaborator with the legendary JohnWayne. The two appeared in five movies together: ''Rio Grande'', ''TheQuietMan'', ''The Wings of Eagles'', ''McLintock'' and ''Big Jake''. Like Wayne she worked extensively with iconic director John Ford.

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O'Hara was a long time friend and collaborator with the legendary JohnWayne. Creator/JohnWayne. The two appeared in five movies together: ''Rio Grande'', ''TheQuietMan'', ''Film/TheQuietMan'', ''The Wings of Eagles'', ''McLintock'' ''Film/McLintock'' and ''Big Jake''. Like Wayne she worked extensively with iconic director John Ford.Creator/JohnFord.



* ''HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941) -- Her first film directed by JohnFord

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* ''HowGreenWasMyValley'', ''Film/HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941) -- Her first film directed by JohnFordCreator/JohnFord



* ''SinbadTheSailor'', as Shireen (1947) -- Her first ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., as Sinbad. Walter Slezak doesn't ''quite'' steal the show.
* ''MiracleOn34thStreet'', as Doris Walker (1947)

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* ''SinbadTheSailor'', ''Film/SinbadTheSailor'', as Shireen (1947) -- Her first ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., as Sinbad. Walter Slezak doesn't ''quite'' steal the show.
* ''MiracleOn34thStreet'', ''Film/MiracleOn34thStreet'', as Doris Walker (1947)



* ''Bagdad'', as Princess Marjan (1949) -- Another ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, with Paul Christian as Prince Hassan and VincentPrice as the [[EvilChancellor Evil Vizier]] lusting after the princess.

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* ''Bagdad'', as Princess Marjan (1949) -- Another ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, with Paul Christian as Prince Hassan and VincentPrice Creator/VincentPrice as the [[EvilChancellor Evil Vizier]] lusting after the princess.



* ''Rio Grande'', as Kathleen Yorke (1950) -- Maureen's first picture with JohnWayne and the last of Ford's great "Cavalry Trilogy".

to:

* ''Rio Grande'', as Kathleen Yorke (1950) -- Maureen's first picture with JohnWayne Creator/JohnWayne and the last of Ford's great "Cavalry Trilogy".



* ''TheQuietMan'', as Mary Kate Danaher (1952) -- Her second with Ford and Wayne, Maureen is cast [[HypocriticalHumor entirely against type]] as a FieryRedhead from {{Oireland}}.

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* ''TheQuietMan'', ''Film/TheQuietMan'', as Mary Kate Danaher (1952) -- Her second with Ford and Wayne, Maureen is cast [[HypocriticalHumor entirely against type]] as a FieryRedhead from {{Oireland}}.



* ''The Wings of Eagles'', as Min Wead (1957) -- Her third with JohnWayne and fourth with John Ford. A military RomanticComedy.
* ''TheParentTrap'', as Maggie [=McKendrick=] (1961) -- The {{Disney}} comedy, with Maureen as the mother of Hayley Mills -- and Hayley Mills -- and estranged wife of Mitch Evers.
* ''Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation'', as Peggy Hobbs (1962) -- Opposite JimmyStewart.
* ''Spencer's Mountain'', as Olivia Spencer (1963) -- Opposite Henry Fonda. The film that inspired ''TheWaltons''.
* ''McLintock'', as Katherine Gilhooley [=McLintock=] (1963) -- Her fourth with JohnWayne, but no John Ford this time around.

to:

* ''The Wings of Eagles'', as Min Wead (1957) -- Her third with JohnWayne John Wayne and fourth with John Ford. A military RomanticComedy.
* ''TheParentTrap'', ''Film/TheParentTrap'', as Maggie [=McKendrick=] (1961) -- The {{Disney}} comedy, with Maureen as the mother of Hayley Mills -- and Hayley Mills -- and estranged wife of Mitch Evers.
* ''Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation'', as Peggy Hobbs (1962) -- Opposite JimmyStewart.
Creator/JimmyStewart.
* ''Spencer's Mountain'', as Olivia Spencer (1963) -- Opposite Henry Fonda. The film that inspired ''TheWaltons''.
''Series/TheWaltons''.
* ''McLintock'', ''Film/McLintock'', as Katherine Gilhooley [=McLintock=] (1963) -- Her fourth with JohnWayne, John Wayne, but no John Ford this time around.



* ''Big Jake'', as Martha [=McCandles=] (1971) -- Her fifth and last film with JohnWayne. [[note]]Eight years later, O'Hara initiated the petition to have Wayne awarded a Congressional Gold Medal inscribed "JohnWayne -- American", which was awarded to him on May 26, 1979 -- 17 days before his death from cancer.[[/note]]

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* ''Big Jake'', as Martha [=McCandles=] (1971) -- Her fifth and last film with JohnWayne. John Wayne. [[note]]Eight years later, O'Hara initiated the petition to have Wayne awarded a Congressional Gold Medal inscribed "JohnWayne "John Wayne -- American", which was awarded to him on May 26, 1979 -- 17 days before his death from cancer.[[/note]]
23rd Oct '13 7:47:22 PM PaulA
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'''Maureen O'Hara''', born as Maureen [=FitzSimmons=] on August 17, 1920 in Dublin, Ireland, is probably the most famous FieryRedhead (and only famous Irish) leading lady in film history. She was (more or less) "discovered" by Charles Laughton, who gave her an important part in ''Jamaica Inn'' and her first starring role as Esmeralda in 1939's ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame''.

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'''Maureen O'Hara''', born as Maureen [=FitzSimmons=] on August 17, 1920 in Dublin, Ireland, is probably the most famous FieryRedhead (and only famous Irish) leading lady in film history. She was (more or less) "discovered" by Charles Laughton, Creator/CharlesLaughton, who gave her an important part in ''Jamaica Inn'' and her first starring role as Esmeralda in 1939's ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame''.
''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.
8th Aug '13 12:54:59 PM MasoTey
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* ''Comanche Territory'', as Katie Howard (1950) -- Another {{Western}} [[hottip:*: [[CaptainObvious Whaddya mean, you figured that out already?]]]], opposite [=MacDonald=] Carey of SoapOpera fame.

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* ''Comanche Territory'', as Katie Howard (1950) -- Another {{Western}} [[hottip:*: [[CaptainObvious Whaddya mean, you figured that out already?]]]], {{Western}}, opposite [=MacDonald=] Carey of SoapOpera fame.



* ''Big Jake'', as Martha [=McCandles=] (1971) -- Her fifth and last film with JohnWayne. [[hottip:*: Eight years later, O'Hara initiated the petition to have Wayne awarded a Congressional Gold Medal inscribed "JohnWayne -- American", which was awarded to him on May 26, 1979 -- 17 days before his death from cancer.]]

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* ''Big Jake'', as Martha [=McCandles=] (1971) -- Her fifth and last film with JohnWayne. [[hottip:*: Eight [[note]]Eight years later, O'Hara initiated the petition to have Wayne awarded a Congressional Gold Medal inscribed "JohnWayne -- American", which was awarded to him on May 26, 1979 -- 17 days before his death from cancer.]][[/note]]
16th Apr '13 6:46:17 PM HandyHandel
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* ''HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941)-- Her first film directed by JohnFord

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* ''HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941)-- (1941) -- Her first film directed by JohnFord
16th Apr '13 6:45:43 PM HandyHandel
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* ''HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941)

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* ''HowGreenWasMyValley'', as Angarad Morgan (1941)(1941)-- Her first film directed by JohnFord



* ''Rio Grande'', as Kathleen Yorke (1950) -- Maureen's first picture with JohnWayne, her first with John Ford, and the last of Ford's great "Cavalry Trilogy".

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* ''Rio Grande'', as Kathleen Yorke (1950) -- Maureen's first picture with JohnWayne, her first with John Ford, JohnWayne and the last of Ford's great "Cavalry Trilogy".
31st Mar '13 4:14:44 PM Xtifr
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* ''Buffalo Bill'', as Louisa Frederici Cody (1944) -- Opposite Joel [=McCrea=] as the eponymous William Frederick Cody. Her first {{Western}}.

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* ''Buffalo Bill'', as Louisa Frederici Cody (1944) -- Opposite Joel [=McCrea=] as the eponymous titular William Frederick Cody. Her first {{Western}}.



* ''SinbadTheSailor'', as Shireen (1947) -- Her first ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., as the eponymous mariner. Walter Slezak doesn't ''quite'' steal the show.

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* ''SinbadTheSailor'', as Shireen (1947) -- Her first ArabianNightsDays {{Swashbuckler}}, opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., as the eponymous mariner.Sinbad. Walter Slezak doesn't ''quite'' steal the show.



* ''Lady Godiva of Coventry'', as Lady Godiva (1955) -- Maureen does indeed play the eponymous first nude tax-protestor, though her GodivaHair ensures that she does not shock the sensibilities even of the nun who leads her horse.

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* ''Lady Godiva of Coventry'', as Lady Godiva (1955) -- Maureen does indeed play the eponymous first nude tax-protestor, though her GodivaHair ensures that she does not shock the sensibilities even of the nun who leads her horse.



* ''TheRedPony'', as Ruth Tiflin (1973) -- Opposite Henry Fonda.

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* ''TheRedPony'', ''Literature/TheRedPony'', as Ruth Tiflin (1973) -- Opposite Henry Fonda.
31st Jan '13 9:08:20 AM Tuckerscreator
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* FieryRedhead: One of the biggest perpetrators of this trope to film.
13th Jan '13 1:19:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''A Bill of Divorcement'', as Sydney Fairfield (1940) -- A remake of KatherineHepburn's 1932 premiere movie.

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* ''A Bill of Divorcement'', as Sydney Fairfield (1940) -- A remake of KatherineHepburn's Creator/KatharineHepburn's 1932 premiere movie.
19th Dec '12 11:10:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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