Submitted by Name: Tammy McGhee From: Oklahoma E-mail: Contact
Comments: I loved and enjoyed all the movies , I have seen her in. I watch "George Washington slept here" and "Honeymoon for Three". What beautiful lady. Sadly she left way to early.
Added: May 23, 2016
Submitted by Name: Brian Matteo From: Hamilton Ontario Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: I love Ann very much my favorite still is Pistols n' Petticoats what a very nice lady and actress
Added: March 14, 2016
Submitted by Name: Kelly From: Ottawa Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: God Bless Her may she be with Christ our Lord.
Added: January 22, 2016
Submitted by Name: Diana DeFeo From: Avon, Connecticut E-mail: Contact
Comments: I discovered Ann Sheridan watching the Turner Classic Movies Channel. Love the 40s and 50s movies. Ann Sheridan was a beautiful woman, very classy and a superb actress. I'm hoping to see more of Ann Sheridan's movies on the TCM channel and looking forward to TCM showing all of her movies soon.
Added: January 20, 2016
Submitted by Name: chuck tisius From: Villa ridge, missouri E-mail: Contact
Comments: I first discovered Ann Sheridan in the movie George Washington Slept Here, with jack benny. While I am only 53 yrs. Old, I am a HUGE classic movie fan. When I first saw that movie about 10 yrs ago, I thought- THAT WOMEN IS ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! I then looked her up and have since seen and own many of her movies. She was a phenomenal actress as well as being what I consider the most beautiful woman EVER. It's a shame she passed away so young. Thankfully we have her movies to enjoy forever. It's a crying shame they don't make those kind of wonderful movies any longer. I'm glad to see someone has done something in her memory! !!!
Added: January 9, 2016
Submitted by Name: Jeffrey Hinton From: Liberty, N.Y. E-mail: Contact
Comments: A great actress.
Added: January 6, 2016
Submitted by Name: Louis J Filardo Jr From: New Jersey E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi everyone! Just have this story about Ann. In the early 60's my Dad took up a profession driving limo's in NYC.We lived on the upper east side. My Dad was offered a job driving from a limo service housed in a. parking garage of a luxury hi rise. Ann lived in the building. My Dad became known as the celebrity chauffeur! Miss Sheridan was his first celebrity he got to drive. He said he was nervous as hell. My Dad went on to drive some of the biggest Celebrities ever including the Beatles,Rolling Stones, Striesand,Rock Hudson,Liberace,Steve and Edie and the list is much much to long to mention. I have in my possession a gift my Dad got from Miss Sheridan. It's a engraved watch that says Thank you Ann Sheridan!!! I'm pretty proud of that. I remember as a little boy a tall lady usually in a red dress and red hair talking to me and my Dad and Mom which was Miss Sheridan but I was too young to realize who she was. I wish there were a pic of me and her. That would be something special.
Added: January 1, 2016
Submitted by Name: Coe Lewis From: San Diego E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just want to say that I have fallen in love with Ann Sheridan over the past few years. I have watched a lot of her movies and she was such a great talent...sharp, bright, funny, and just a star in every sense of the word. The Man Who Came to Dinner proves that she not only can hold her own with the biggies ie Bette Davis, she can outshine them...and she did. I just wanted to express my sadness at her life ending so young. She died even younger than my mother did from the same awful disease. So sad. Just a darn shame because there was so much great work yet to do. You are remembered with much love Ann Sheridan. A fan for life...
Added: December 31, 2015
Submitted by Name: Gene Coughlin From: Pennsylvania E-mail: Contact
Comments: This is a great site. Hoping that in the future you can highlight the film "It All Came True" as it really showcases Ann, especially her fantastic vocal/singing skills. Keep up the good work!
Added: September 26, 2015
Submitted by Name: Myriam Lopez From: Arizona E-mail: Contact
Comments: "The Torrid Zone" with Ann, James Cagney and Pat O'Brien. Wow, this was a goody! A style all her own no doubt.