Annie Oakley

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United States sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (1860-1926)


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My best gift ever was a white Annie Oakley air rifle,'' Ms.
Norman Pace stars as Buffalo Bill with Emma Williams as Annie Oakley and Jason Donovan as Frank Butler in Glasgow
The great opening number: Who's Got The Stuff That Makes The Wild West Wild has been amputated along with the equally great Indian number where Annie Oakley becomes a Sioux.
I failed to tell the producers I have an insane fear of heights and you wouldn't get me up a ladder normally," Emma says on landing the part of Annie Oakley "So this has been a challenge.
On her first run since January, Annie Oakley ran a nice race at Fairyhouse last time and she is a hopeful choice to take the three-mile handicap hurdle.
And Bill joins an illustrious group of exhibition shooters, ranging from Annie Oakley to Ed McGivern to Ad and Plinky Topperwein to Herb Parsons to shotgunners extraordinaire John Satterwhite and Tom Knapp (the latter of whom we lost just this year).
He looks at The Goldbergs, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, I Love Lucy, Donna Reed, Leave It to Beaver, The Honeymooners, The Partridge Family, The Waltons, The Beverly Hillbillies, Maude, The Jeffersons, The Brady Bunch, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, Our Miss Brooks, The Nurses, Cagney & Lacey, Charlie's Angels, Rhoda, Annie Oakley, The Avengers, The Girl from UNCLE, and other series, and women in variety shows, news, and sports coverage, making comparisons to more contemporary shows along the way.
Morn and Dad probably had it for Christmas ideas, such as gun & holster sets; Annie Oakley & Wyatt Earp outfits; a battery-operated, tripod-mounted, realistic-sounding, machine gun: armored tanks; supersonic bomber; ICBM missiles; combat armies; cowboy & Indian sets; and Steve Canyon glider launcher.
The story is loosely based on the life of sharpshooter Annie Oakley and her romance with Frank Butler.
Jessica Harrington, trainer of Annie Oakley "It looks a stronger race than it was going to be had it been run as scheduled at Fairyhouse a week ago.
And the bit where Thomas held up the gas-lighter to get shot in the hand, I thought, 'Is Annie Oakley fighting with the Germans?
Think of the buzz around town and you come close to measuring the effect on Cardiff when Buffalo Bill Cody, Annie Oakley and an assortment of Indian braves and bristling Mexican bandits rode into town.
Calamity Jane, Annie Oakley, and a particularly feisty woman by the name of Sally Skull are a few that come to mind.
Any similarity to persons living or dead is purely coincidental" is especially true in the bringing of Annie Oakley to television.
Beverly Semmes's second solo exhibition at Shoshana Wayne Gallery was billed as an homage to Annie Oakley.