In a wonderfully candid, behind-the-scenes memoir, the legendary Hollywood beauty and beloved star of such classics as 'The Quiet Man' and 'Miracle on 34th Street' looks back on her storied life and career.
Maureen O'Hara was born for Technicolour. Her fiery red hair and piercing green eyes made the screen crackle with electricity. Her bold Irish bearing cast her as the prototypical strong, determined woman struggling in a man's world. During a career that has spanned some sixty years, she has earned a reputation as a fiercely independent thinker, a tireless champion of causes, and, of course, a premier actress. 'TIS HERSELF chronicles a standout career that includes such timeless British and Hollywood films as THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, RIO GRANDE, OUR MAN IN HAVANA, MCLINTOCK! and THE PARENT TRAP. O'Hara also shines a light on her private life, including her romance with aviation pioneer Brigadier General Charles F. Blair, 'the great love of her life', who died in a mysterious plane crash ten year after their marriage. Going behind the scenes and delivering intimate memories about her co-stars and directors, including John Wayne, Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford, Tyrone Power, John Candy, James Stewart, Charles Laughton, Lucille Ball and Rex Harrison. O'Hara's first-person reminiscences afford readers an unprecedented view of Hollywood's 'Golden Age'.