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Annie Oakley had 1 sister and 5 brothers


She was known to be 5 ft tall.


Annie Oakley - 1954 Escape from Diablo 2-5 was released on: USA: 7 August 1954


Annie Oakley - 1954 Ambush Canyon 1-5 was released on: USA: 6 February 1954


Gunsmoke - 1955 Annie Oakley 5-7 was released on: USA: 24 October 1959


Annie Oakley - 1954 Annie Helps a Drifter 1-22 was released on: USA: 5 June 1954


Annie Oakley had 5 siblings their names were Hulda Johnny Sarah Elizabeth and Lyda her dad died when she was 7 and a half


She was taught to shoot by her father before he died when she was six.


Legends of the Hidden Temple - 1993 The Leopard Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley 2-29 was released on: USA: 5 August 1994


Oakley Boycott is 5' 9".


Annie Oakley is called "little sure shot" because of her fantastic ability to never miss a target. She was given this nickname by a costar on Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, an Indian actor named Sitting Bull. He added "little" to the beginning because Annie was very short. At age 25, she was only 5 feet tall. Annie Oakley is called "little sure shot" because of her fantastic ability to never miss a target. She was given this nickname by a costar on Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, an Indian actor named Sitting Bull. He added "little" to the beginning because Annie was very short. At age 25, she was only 5 feet tall.


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Lacie Oakley is 5' 8 1/2".


Sarah Oakley is 5' 2 1/2".


Annie McGrath is 5' 5".


Annie Molnar is 5' 5".


Annie Conner is 5' 5".


inspirational, bold, out spoken, couragoeus, a hero


weird, distracting, rude, mean ,, CHILD ABUSER .


Annie Wallick is 5' 5 1/2".


Athletic, pretty, gay, youngest, & guilty


Annie Mackay is 5' 6".


Annie Parisse is 5' 7".


Annie Desjardins is 5' 3".


Annie Deptula is 5' 9".



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