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Ann Pennington (I) (1893–1971)

Ann Pennington was born on December 23, 1893 in Wilmington, Delaware, USA as Anna Pennington. She was an actress, known for The Mad Dancer (1925), The Little Boy Scout (1917) and Hello, Baby (1930). She died on November 4, 1971 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Mad Dancer
The Little Boy Scout
The Little Boy Scout Justina Howland
Hello, Baby


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 1942 China Girl
 1941 Unholy Partners
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
 1940 Texas Terrors
 1930 Hello, Baby (Short)
 1929 Tanned Legs
 1929 Is Everybody Happy?
Lena Schmitt
 1929 Happy Days
Dancer - 'Snake Hips' Number
 1925 The Golden Strain
Lucy Sulter
 1925 Madame Behave
Gwen Townley
 1925 The Lucky Horseshoe
 1925 The Mad Dancer
 1925 A Kiss in the Dark
Specialty Dancer
 1918 Sunshine Nan
Nance Molloy
 1917 The Antics of Ann
Ann Wharton
 1917 The Little Boy Scout
Justina Howland
 1916 The Rainbow Princess
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Show Show Self (5 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

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Stage Play: George White's Scandals [1919]. Musical revue. Music by Richard A. Whiting. Book by Arthur Jackson and George White. Lyrics by Arthur Jackson and George White. Featuring songs by Herbert Spencer. Musical Director: Julius Lenzberg. Musical Staging by George White. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Liberty Theatre: 2 Jun 1919- 11 ... See more »

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4' 11½" (1.51 m)

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Interviewed in "Talking to the Piano Player: Silent Film Stars, Writers and Directors Remember", by Stuart Oderman (BearManor Media). See more »


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