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‘The Quiet Man’ for Screening at Light House Cinema this Evening
07 Mar 2013 : By Kevin Cronin
Digitally remastered edition shown by Paramount Pictures.

Over 200 guests and members of the Irish film Industry will attend this evening’s special Light House screening, organised in association with the Irish Film and Television Academy, following a wine reception at 6pm.

There will also be a special appearance by the grandchildren of actor Joseph O'Dea who played ‘Molouney’ the train guard in one of the most iconic and best-loved Irish films ever made.

Prior to now, ‘The Quiet Man’ has only been afforded very limited cinema re-releases due to the fragile state of the existing film prints.

The 1952 classic stars John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara, and was a labour of love for director John Ford who won his fourth Oscar for Best Directing for the film and whose passion for Irish scenery is evident in the Oscar-winning cinematography.

‘The Quiet Man’ is universally recognised as a hugely influential cinematic milestone by such directors as Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and Jim Sheridan.


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