Ann Sheridan Overview:

Legendary actress, Ann Sheridan, was born Clara Lou Sheridan on Feb 21, 1915 in Denton, TX. Sheridan died at the age of 51 on Jan 21, 1967 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, CA.

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. Sheridan was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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City for Conquest (1940): Starring James Cagney, , and Arthur Kennedy

By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 29, 2019 From 4 Star Films

Upon being immersed in City for Conquest, it feels like a cast of millions because so many familiar faces make an appearance for any given amount of time. Surely, the most important coupling is James Cagney and who are paired much in the same way as Angel With Dirty Faces (1938), playin... Read full article


By Bogart Fan on Sep 14, 2014 From The Bogie Film Blog

Birth Name: Clara Lou Sheridan Birthdate: February 21, 1915 Date of Death: January 21, 1967 Number of Films made with Humphrey Bogart: 7 The Actress The daughter of a Texas auto mechanic, grew up as a bit of an athlete and Tomboy who would later take a page out of her fathe... Read full article


: “The Oomph Girl”

By Art on Feb 21, 2012 From Classic Cinema Gold

“They nicknamed me “The Oomph Girl”, and I loathe that nickname! Just being known by a nickname indicates that you’re not thought of as a true actress… It’s just crap! If you call an actress by her looks or a reaction, then that’s all she’ll ever be th... Read full article


Paw Pix: and Amos

By Art on Sep 12, 2011 From Classic Cinema Gold

and Amos . Share: • Posted by Art • Monday, September 12th, 2011 at 6:09 am • (0) Comment actress Amos dogs Frank Capra images Paw Pi... Read full article


: One Swell Gal

By FlickChick on Apr 6, 2011 From A Person in the Dark

Fifth in a series about strong women in film. Strong women are independent, beautiful, sexy, feminine and just want everything in life that a man wants and believe that they have every right to have it! Many great stars seem made of stardust, sent from the heavens to amuse the mere mortals. But not ... Read full article


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Ann Sheridan Quotes:

Rocky Sullivan: Laury Martin? That little fresh kid with the pigtails? Well, hello. Whadda ya hear! Whadda ya say!
Laury Ferguson: Hello.
[slaps him]
Rocky Sullivan: Hey! Wait a minute!
Laury Ferguson: I've waited fifteen years to do that!


Joe Fabrini: When I'm relaxed my thoughts are clear.
Cassie Hartley: Yeah, I can even read them from here.


Rocky Sullivan: I'll take the room. What's the tariff?
Laury Ferguson: Five dollars a week.
Rocky Sullivan: Sold.
Laury Ferguson: In advance.
Rocky Sullivan: Oh. Alright. Write me a receipt.
Laury Ferguson: You can trust me.


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In 1939 a fraternity bet inspired a UCLA student to handcuff himself to Ann during a movie premiere and then swallow the key. A locksmith had to be summoned to the theater to unlock her.

She was the original choice for Panama Smith in The Roaring Twenties (1939). The role eventually went to Gladys George.

After making San Quentin (1937), in which they played brother and sister, Sheridan and Humphrey Bogart became friends and began referring to each other as "Sister Annie" and "Brother Bogie".

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