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May 13, 2011


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I've loved Annie Oakley ever since I saw the old film about her with Barbara Stanwyck.

Haven't seen the film in many years, so am not certain how accurate it was.

Dominique King

Gypsy-I don't think I ever saw the Stanwyck film.
It was amazing to see how many films/plays/books there are based on Annie's story. They had a lot of the posters for those in the museum...plus a -ton- of dolls, games, and other toys featuring her. It seems she really captured the imagination in those days!

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