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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Cary Grant and in Howard Hawks’ “I Was a Male War Bride”

By Stephen Reginald on Mar 12, 2021 From Classic Movie Man

Cary Grant and in Howard Hawks’ “I Was a Male War Bride” I Was a Male War Bride (1949) is a comedy directed by Howard Hawks and starring Cary Grant and . It was based on I Was an Alien Spouse of Female Military Personnel En route to the United States ... Read full article


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


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Ann Sheridan Quotes:

Lee Donley: [as Gloria enters] Here comes Malicious.
Nick Butler: Can that talk!
Lee Donley: Well, some days a girl can't make a cent!
Gloria Anderson: I don't imagine you have any trouble.
Lee Donley: Why do you malk around making noises like a lady? All a guy has to do is wink and he hits the jackpot.
[Gloria turns around and leaves]


Sarah Jane Ryan aka Sal: Can you imagine? He was going to make me a torch singer. He took me into his studio and after about five minutes I said, "Yeah, well I've never heard this called an audition before." He followed me home in a taxi cab. Yeah, and with a gat too.
[Throws gun onto table]
Sarah Jane Ryan aka Sal: As if I didn't know how to handle a monkey with a gat.
Miss Flint: The man who followed me...
Sarah Jane Ryan aka Sal: He said he wanted to discover me. Me! Why I've been discovered so many times they call me Miss America.


Lee Donley: Why don't you send that mind of yours out and have it dry-cleaned.
Nick Butler: What's the use? Look at the company I'm in.
Lee Donley: You won't be for long!


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In Italy, most of her films were dubbed by Dhia Cristiani. She was occasionally dubbed by Lidia Simoneschi, Rosetta Calavetta and Maria Pia Di Meo, most notably in I Was a Male War Bride (1949).

In her will, she asked that her cremated remains be placed in a columbarium at a cemetery in Los Angeles. Her biographer Karen McHale discovered that the actress' instructions had not been followed and arranged to have her final wishes fulfilled. Hollywood Forever Cemetery donated a niche and held a dignified service (presided over by her cousin, the Rev. Sallie Watson) on February 21, 2005 - which would have been her 90th birthday.

According to an article in The Newark Evening News, Ann kept busy during her 1941 strike from Warner Bros. by rebuilding abandoned cars at a friend's garage.

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