Maureen O’Hara Western Memorial Photo

$9.00

A special, western-style memorial photo honoring one of America’s classic western movie stars.

Description

Maureen O’Hara Western Cowgirl Memorial Photo

Maureen O’Hara at the prime of her career! Framed in an oval photo frame, this picture is done in complete western style. At the bottom of the frame you have a pair of cowboy boots, a horse shoe and a gun decorating a ribbon that designates the year she was born and the year she passed away. Maureen O’Hara was popular in the old westerns, but acted in many other roles, as well.

This photo has a western wood-look background. This photo honors all those wonderful, historical classic Westerns! The printed copy will not have any water markings or other markings on them. The back will be plain white.

For the best results, print your photo on photo paper for a crisp, clear picture. These print great at 300 dpi on inkjet or laser printers.

This is an original movie star photo made available to you via instant download. When your payment is complete, you will receive a link via e-mail to download a PDF file of the image. It is highly recommended you print the photo on professional grade photo paper. The photo prints at 300 DPI, which makes a crisp, clear printed copy. There is enough white space on either side to trim to the standard 8 x 10 size photo. You may have to trim a little off the bottom of the image, too. This is so you have the option of placing in an 8-1/2 by 11-inch frame with matting, or a standard 8 x 10-inch frame of your choosing.

Maureen O’Hara was a famous redhead who was known for playing fiercely passionate but sensible heroines, often in westerns and adventure films. This flame-haired Irish movie star appeared in classics ranging from the grim “How Green Was My Valley” to the uplifting “Miracle on 34th Street“.

O’Hara was inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1993. She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7004 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on February 8, 1960. Maureen O’Hara was a staunch conservative Republican.