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  1. 23/06/1998 · Actress. She is best remembered for her role of ‘Jane’ in the “Tarzan” movies of the 1930s and 1940s. Considered Ireland's first film star, she was born Maureen Paula O'Sullivan in County Roscommon, the daughter of an officer in the Connaught Rangers of the British Army during World War I.

  2. Irish actress Maureen O'Sullivan , 4th September 1967. Poster for Cedric Gibbons' 1934 action film 'Tarzan and His Mate' starring Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O'Sullivan. Actress Maureen O'Sullivan attends to a lamp in her yard in Los Angeles, California.

  3. Maureen O'Sullivan was a fresh-faced beauty with flowing brunette locks, and an often bikini-clad curvaceous figure. In a long acting career of 64 years and comprising over 60 films,her best known role by far was as the heroine, Jane, in six of Johnny Weismuller's Tarzan films during the 1930's and early 1940's.

  4. Maureen O’Sullivan – Her, Jane Discovered by Frank Borzage in England when she was 18, Maureen O’Sullivan started in the sound era and worked steadily for years. She moved to Hollywood to work for Fox in a variety of films, flying in a car through New York in the sci-fi epic Just Imagine and supporting Will Rogers in his early hit A Connecticut Yankee .

  5. Maureen O'Sullivan. Na Galipedia, a Wikipedia en galego. Maureen Paula O'Sullivan, nada en Boyle ( condado de Roscommon) o 17 de maio de 1911 e finada en Scottsdale ( Arizona) o 23 de xuño de 1998, foi unha actriz irlandesa - estadounidense. Alcanzou popularidade por interpretar o papel de Jane, a compañeira de Tarzán xunto a Johnny ...

  6. Maureen O'Sullivan 2: A Pre-Hayes Commision Beautiful Woman. Before nudity in American cinema was banned and eroticized in a weird, perverse way in Budweiser commericals, Maureen O'Sullivan's underwater dance in "Tarzan & His Mate" joined the ranks of the Mona Lisa and Ruben's heifers as the apex of feminine mystery and awe.

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