Maureen O'Hara

She was twice married in the 1940s and 1950s but they ended in annulment and divorce, although the second produced her daughter
The Honorary Academy Award is a special honor I've always felt should be presented to film artists who had been overlooked by the vagaries of the competitive awards.
What makes something a classic? It's a question worth asking as Hollywood devotes ever more of its resources to remaking movies, TV shows, and comic books from the past as the majority of our movie content today.
"The last of Hollywood's golden era" is the way so many broadcast and cable obituaries described the legendary Elizabeth Taylor. But alas, there are at least five stars from that era who are probably saying to themselves," What am I, chopped liver?"
As late summer transformed into autumn, milestones in classic film, which focused primarily on iconic leading ladies, dominated