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Keywords: No Nudity, White, Red Hair, Medium Breasts, Real Breasts, Average Body

Birthplace: Ranelagh, County Dublin, IE

Date of Birth: 08/17/20

Date of death: 10/24/15

AKA: Maureen FitzSimons

Real Name: Maureen FitzSimons

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From 1938 on, fiery redhead Maureen O'Hara appeared in nearly seventy pictures, and, aside from stopping for a decade in the go-go '80s, she has been at work nonstop. Hot, hot, hot Maureen O'Hara got her big break in My Irish Molly (1938), but it was when she traversed to America for a part in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) that Maureen O'Hara finally found fame — and lovers of crimson-maned sexbombs finally found their ultimate skinematic goddess. Igniting Tinseltown with sexual heat above and beyond what censors would allow at the time, Maureen O'Hara never failed to scorch the big screen in such classics as Dance, Girl, Dance (1940), How Green Was My Valley (1941), This Land is Mine (1943), Buffalo Bill (1944), Miracle on 34th Street (1947), Sinbad the Sailor (1947), Rio Grande (1950), The Quiet Man (1952), Lady Godiva (1955), The Parent Trap (1961), McLintock! (1963), Spencer's Mountain (1963), The Rare Breed (1966), Big Jake (1971) . . . whew! And that's just to name a few. Maureen O'Hara's lucky leading men included, but were not limited to, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, and Charles Laughton. But sadly, it was a different time, and Irish-born beauty Maureen O'Hara never got an opportunity to expose her big, supple, naked Blarney Stones. The closest we've ever come to seeing Maureen O'Hara nude occurred when she posed naked on a horse for an oil painting used in Lady Godiva. She lent the painting to a studio, and they told her it got lost. Sure! Some lucky fellow has got that treasure somewhere and if every a masterpiece (of ass) deserved to be immortalized in a museum it's a vixenish vision of Maureen O'Hara nude.