MAUREEN O’HARA DIES AT 95

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OCTOBER 25, 2015

It is with a great deal of sadness that we say a fond farewell to American Photo Colorizing’s most illustrious client, screen legend, Maureen O’Hara, who passed away yesterday at the age of 95. Over the past two years we’ve had the honor of colorizing a number of early photos for Hollywood’s “Queen of Technicolor”. Our condolences go out to her family and to Ms. O’Hara’s longtime manager and biographer, Johnny Nicoletti.

Maureen will be remembered by her legions of screen fans for such classic films as “The Hunchback Of Notre Dame” With Charles Laughton, “The Quiet Man” and “McLintock” with John Wayne, “How Green Was My Valley” with Walter Pidgeon, “Only The Lonely” with John Candy, and of course, the perennial Christmas favorite, 1947’s “Miracle On 34th Street”, with John Payne, Edmund O’Brien, and Natalie Wood.

Thank you, Maureen, for a lifetime of cinema classics – and for your faith in American Photo Colorizing.

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