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Oomph Girl Fans

Group dedicated to Warner Brother's sex symbol with the voice and all the right curves. Whether working-class or high society, comedy, drama or song, Ann Sheridan did it all with ease & charm. A princess of noir, she worked with the biggest stars.

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Latest Activity: Jan 27, 2016

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Oomph Girl...The Look and other nicknames .....

Started by Luzette. Last reply by Toni Jan 22, 2012. 3 Replies

So Ann Sheridan won a America's "The Oomph Girl" contest against other actresses early in her career. Lauren Bacall "The Look" ... Lana Turner was I think "The Sweater Girl" ..that's it for me.…Continue

What makes Ann Sheridan special to you ?

Started by Luzette. Last reply by Moria Finnie Aug 18, 2010. 2 Replies

For me, she played lots of working class girls with an edge. Many times she had a heart of gold but still could take care of herself. Last month TCM played "It All Came True". In it she was a singer,…Continue

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Comment by Toni on January 29, 2012 at 3:13pm

Rita Hayworth and Ann Sheridan. Don't they look so much alike?

Comment by joe on October 12, 2010 at 6:43pm
Found a video you folks might enjoy,check out my vid's and it's anne.
Comment by joe on September 26, 2010 at 7:31pm
Don't think i've see that one i'll look out for it though.
Comment by Luzette on August 27, 2010 at 1:49am
Oh so sorry Joe you missed her day. I'm so busy I don't get here much. I wished I had known earlier, a few weeks ago to give y'all a heads up. Yeah, "GWSH" is funny. I also love "It All Came True" with my boyfriend Bogie, Ann got second billing and her character is a tough, cute torch singer.
Comment by joe on August 26, 2010 at 8:44pm
Funny movie,I missed anne's day on tcm. Damn,Damn,Damn.
Comment by Luzette on August 25, 2010 at 9:28am
HHey Joe, Yes, I had seen "GWSH" at an earlier time. Funny. Sort of a screwball comedy and "This Old House" mix ...
Comment by joe on August 25, 2010 at 4:56am
Did you get to see george washington slept here?
Comment by Luzette on August 18, 2010 at 1:34am
Big Ann Sheridan day on TCM Wednesday Aug. 18th - look at all these goodies : Naughty But Nice, Nora Prentiss, Wings of the Eagle, One More For Tomorrow, Juke Girl, City for Conquest, George Washington Slept Here, Torrid Zone, King's Row, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Unfaithful and The Opposite Sex !!!
got my DVR all set to record ... hope you all get to watch too !
Comment by Luzette on February 21, 2010 at 6:39pm
Zachary Scott and she shared today as their b-day. They made "The Unfaithful" 1947, screenplay co-writen by David Goodis whose books were filmed including "Dark Passage", "Shoot the Piano Player",..etc.
Comment by Luzette on February 21, 2010 at 6:19pm
Others who share Ann's birthday today:
Nina Simone (singer)
Hubert de Givenchy (fashion designer)
San Peckinpah (film director)
W.H. Auden (poet)
Anais Nin (writer)
Sacha Guitry (actor,playwright)
Leo Delibes (composer)
Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana (Mexican army officer)

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