Screen legend Maureen O'Hara (left) takes a picture with Gypsy Hall (middle), from Boise during a meet and greet Aug. 17, 2013, at the Egyptian Theatre. O'Hara was celebrating her 93rd birthday celebration in conjunction with a fundraiser for elder abuse prevention. O'Hara met with about 50 well wishers who paid for the privilege, before introducing the movie "The Quiet Man" in which she starred with John Wayne.
Screen legend Maureen O'Hara (left) takes a picture with Gypsy Hall (middle), from Boise during a meet and greet Aug. 17, 2013, at the Egyptian Theatre. O'Hara was celebrating her 93rd birthday celebration in conjunction with a fundraiser for elder abuse prevention. O'Hara met with about 50 well wishers who paid for the privilege, before introducing the movie "The Quiet Man" in which she starred with John Wayne. kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Screen legend Maureen O'Hara (left) takes a picture with Gypsy Hall (middle), from Boise during a meet and greet Aug. 17, 2013, at the Egyptian Theatre. O'Hara was celebrating her 93rd birthday celebration in conjunction with a fundraiser for elder abuse prevention. O'Hara met with about 50 well wishers who paid for the privilege, before introducing the movie "The Quiet Man" in which she starred with John Wayne. kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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