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Annette Hanshaw (1901–1985)

Annette Hanshaw was born on October 18, 1901 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. She died on March 13, 1985 in New York City. See full bio »

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Sita Sings the Blues
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 2013 Canopy (performer: "Walking My Baby Back Home")
 2011 Ayn Rand & the Prophecy of Atlas Shrugged (Documentary) (performer: "Ho-Hum")
 2010 Carsex (Short) ("Manhattan Serenade")
 2008 Sita Sings the Blues (performer: "Here We Are", "What Wouldn't I Do for That Man", "Daddy Won't You Please Come Home?", "Who's That Knockin' at My Door?", "Mean to Me", "If You Want the Rainbow, You Must Have the Rain", "Moanin' Low", "Am I Blue?", "Lover Come Back to Me", "I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling", "The Song Is Ended")
 2006 The Glass Waltz (Short) (performer: "Falling In Love With You")
 2001 Wolf Girl (TV Movie) (performer: "The Right Kind of Man", "That's You Baby")
 1933 Captain Henry's Radio Show (Short) (performer: "We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye" - uncredited)
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 2012 Ouija (Video short)
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 1933 Captain Henry's Radio Show (Short)
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In October and November 1937 Annette Hanshaw recorded Radio Transcription discs at World Broadcasting Studios in New York for the Chevrolet company, with singer Bromley House and the Victor Arden Orchestra, and also for the DeSoto Show. See more »


Most of her records end with her saying "That's all."


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