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Annie Oakley is a woman; she did gun shows


her father gave her her first gun.


Annie Get Your Gun which opened om Broadway in 1946/


No, a small minority of women had been shooters long before the birth of Annie Oakley.


She invented guns and gun tricks.


Annie Get Your Gun is the title of a play and a movie. Both were based on a fictionalized account of the life of Annie Oakley, a sharpshooter, who lived from 1860 to 1926.


Annie Oakley - 1954 Santa Claus Wears a Gun - 3.27 was released on: USA: 2 December 1956


No, she was a sharp-shooter. Although, the singer and actress Doris Day played the part of Annie in the film musical 'Annie, Get Your Gun."


A great will depend on the condition of the gun, about 90,000 .


You get the spud shooter after defeating Annie Oakley.


Annie Oakley accomplished being the sharp shooter in the wild west and shows because she could look into a mirror and have the gun over her shoulder and make a bulls eye.


She would mainly use a .22 windchester rifle.


she made it able for girls to shoot a gun.


Perhaps as early as four. She was trained by her father who died when she was six.


she began hunting at the age of nine to support her family


She was an expert marksman and trick shot, certainly among the best of her day.


turkey. It was not a turkey. The first time she shot a gun, she hit a squirrel!


Annie Oakley did not win any Tony Awards, as she had passed away before the first ceremony. However, the musical based on her life, Annie Get Your Gun, won several Tony Awards during its 1977 run.


The cast of Annie Get Your Gun Intro with Susan Lucci - 2000 includes: Edward Arnold as Pawnee Bill Louis Calhern as Buffalo Bill Cody Arthur Freed as himself Judy Garland as Annie Oakley Betty Hutton as Annie Oakley Howard Keel as Frank Butler Susan Lucci as Herself - Host Frank Morgan as Buffalo Bill Cody Annie Oakley as herself Barbara Stanwyck as Annie Oakley Clinton Sundberg as Foster Wilson Benay Venuta as Dolly Tate Keenan Wynn as Charlie Davenport


the value of a real Annie Oakley .22 is giant, it is not about the gold and the engraving, it is the smoothness of it's action, which is a lot less clumsy than the one of a Marlin 39AS, or an ERMA, or you name it even the one of the ordinary 9422, the Annie Oakley gun is smart, fast, reliable and "classy"........ the value is humungous.....


Annie Oakley first started shooting when her stepfather finally gave her permission after pleading. She reportedly said that she pulled the trigger when it felt right. Her shot killed the prey in one shot.


She started early when her stepfather allowed her to use his gun, and she started using it for hunting and then to do trick shooting.


The cast of Annie Get Your Gun - 1967 includes: Harry Bellaver as Sitting Bull Tony Catanzaro as Wild Horse Jack Dabdoub as Pawnee Bill Wayne Hunter as Tommy Keller Ethel Merman as Annie Oakley Jerry Orbach as Charles Davenport Rufus Smith as Buffalo Bill Cody Jeanne Tanzy as Jessie oakley Jeanne Tanzy Williams as Jessie Oakley Benay Venuta as Dolly Tate Bruce Yarnell as Frank Butler


No it was not correct many other women had used the gun , before her. For example the early settlers used guns against the red indians.


Records that prove the line of ownership of a gun. It is spelled provenance. For example- this was Annie Oakley's pistol. I have records showing I bought it from John Doe, who bought it from the son of Charlie Rowe, Charlie bought it from Annie Oakley, and Annie bought it from the Baker Gun Company. It may consist of records, receipts, letters, photos, etc.



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