4 edition of Ann Sheridan found in the catalog.
|Series||Bio-bibliographies in the performing arts,, no. 75|
|LC Classifications||PN2287.S3717 S38 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 377 p. :|
|Number of Pages||377|
|LC Control Number||96052025|
Sheridan Anne Author. 1, likes 10 talking about this. Best Selling Author of The Broken Hill High Series, Haven Falls, and Aston Creek High.5/5(2). Jack Benny had a brief but intense love affair with actress Ann Sheridan, while the two worked on the comedy "George Washington Slept Here." by Anonymous: Jack Benny was outed in William Mann's book on Billy Haines. While in the Village in the 20s, Jack was part of the Cary Grant, Orry Kelley clique. There was a scene where Ann had to.
Small-town department store manager Sam Clayton (Gary Cooper) is a born "Good Samaritan," which in his case translates as "sucker." Much to the dismay of his wife Lu (Anne Sheridan), who'd like to save up enough cash for a new house, Sam habitually gives his money away to one "deserving" soul or : Gary Cooper, Ann Sheridan, Ray Collins. So there's no reason not to interrupt the story for Mary's confession of ""mike fright"" and jealousy of Ann Sheridan, for descriptions of Jack's house, wardrobe, and diet, for radio scripts, Jack's wartime diary, or a dozen different tries at defining the Benny genius. Carson: ""People liked him."".
Ann Sheridan got her part in one of her most successful movies, ’s Kings Row, after Ginger Rogers had turned down the part. 8. After making ’s San Quentin, in which they played brother and sister, Ann Sheridan and Humphrey Bogart became friends and began referring to each other as “Sister Annie” and “Brother Bogie”. about Ann Sheridan. In Ray Hagen interviewed Ann Sheridan for Screen Facts magazine. By all accounts, it was the longest and most in-depth interview Ann ever gave. Time went by and the transcript of their conversation became somewhat of a forgotten artefact.
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Out of 5 stars Ann Sheridan and the Sphinx Reviewed in the United States on Septem Glad this book was still around; a series during the s using lady actresses/5(3).
This reference book chronicles Ann Sheridan's fascinating life and career. The volume begins with a biography that traces her rise to stardom and her many successes in the entertainment world.
A chronology then summarizes the most important events in her life/5(3). Sheridan Anne is the author of Broken Hill High ( avg rating, ratings, reviews, published ), Broken Hill Halo ( avg rating, rat /5.
Ann Sheridan escaped Paramount in for Warner's, where she slowly became a star through smaller parts in better films such as Black Legion (), San Quentin () opposite Errol Flynn, and finally with Jimmy Cagney in Angels With Dirty Faces in Ann had her famed nickname bestowed upon her on Ma when 13 judges, including Rudy Vallee, Busby Berkeley, and others.
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Ann reveals the reasons for her breakup with Brent. Exclusive. Even the natives of Hollywood, who live in a general state of confusion anyway, were terribly bewildered when they read in their morning newspapers that the wildly publicized Ann Sheridan-George Brent marriage of less than nine months had come to an abrupt end.
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Our goal has always been to be more than a print provider to publishers of journals, books, magazines, and catalogs. That means understanding and navigating industry changes and giving publishers services and solutions that fit. Ann Sheridan, ahem, “won” the undoubtedly rigged competition, beating out (or so we were led to believe) such hotties as Alice Faye, Carole Lombard, Hedy Lamarr and Marlene Dietrich.
“Oomph” was the s euphemism for indefinable sex appeal, just as “It” had been in the 20s when author Elinor Glyn decreed that Clara Bow was the. Tagged The Oomph Girl — a sobriquet which she reportedly loathed — Sheridan was a popular pin-up girl in the early s. She was the heroine of a novel, Ann Sheridan and the Sign of the Sphinx, written by Kathryn Heisenfelt, published by Whitman Publishing Company in While the heroine of the story was identified as a famous actress, the stories were entirely fictitious.
Ann Sheridan and her co-star, Zachary Scott, in The Unfaithful () were both born in Texas and died two years apart at the age of 51 (of cancer and a brain tumor, respectively).
When Glamour magazine began publishing in AprilSheridan was the "cover girl.". Before Ann Sheridan was a movie star in Hollywood, she was living in Denton, TX as lil’ Clara Lou, the youngest of five children, who possessed a surprising blend of Scottish, Irish, and even Cherokee blood.
Clara Lou was one of those fortunate children born with a special gleam in her eye. Where she looked, she saw opportunity and a world for the taking.
Ann Sheridan, Actress: Kings Row. Ann Sheridan won the "Search for Beauty" contest which carried with it a Paramount screen test. Signed to a contract at 18, she was put into a number of small roles under her real name of Clara Lou Sheridan.
As she got better, her name was changed to Ann. Inafter two dozen films, she went to Warner Brothers, which billed her as the "Oomph Born: View the profiles of people named Ann Sheridan.
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The Comedies of Ann Sheridan I’ll wager most think of Ann Sheridan () primarily as a pin-up girl and noir dame. In fact the whole reason she got into movies and plucked from teenaged obscurity in Texas was that her sister sent a photo into a. Ann Sheridan came to Hollywood in as a finalist in a beauty contest, a publicity stunt for Paramount's Search for the 30 contestants who appeared in the picture and the 6 finalists whom Paramount put under contract, she was the only one to achieve : ABC-CLIO, Incorporated.
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Margie Schultz Ann Sheridan, A Bio-Bibliography Westport, Connecticut - London, Books with substantial mentioning of Ann Sheridan Leading Ladies, The 50 Most Unforgettable Actresses of the Studio Area Ray Hagen and Laura Wagner Killer Tomatoes, Fifteen Tough Film Dames Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, Born: Ann Sheridan was born Clara Lou Sheridan in Denton, TX on Feb.
21, The last of five surviving children born to George W. Sheridan, a garage mechanic and direct descendant of Union general Philip Henry Sheridan, and the former Lula Stewart Warren, Sheridan grew up a tomboy, riding horses, playing touch football, and standing up to bully.Ann Sheridan is a divine case in point.
Only the most serious movie buff is likely to remember her or appreciate her contribution to film, which was considerable. However, if you took a time machine back to the beginning of World War 2, you’d find very few people who didn’t know her name.