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Ann Shoemaker


Mostly Credited As: Ann Shoemaker
Birth Name: Ann Shoemaker
Date Of Birth: January 10, 1891 (Age 87)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York
Date Of Death: September 18, 1978
Cause Of Death: Cancer in Los Angeles, California





TV Appearances

Episode Cast Credits 

Gemini Man (1976) 
  Night Train to Dallas 01x04: (Oct/14/1976) As Mrs. Price, [Co-Guest Stars]

Mission: Impossible (1966) (1966) 
  Nicole 03x22: (Mar/30/1969) As Madame Prokov, [Special Guest Stars]

Rawhide (1959) 
  Josh 07x15: (Jan/15/1965) As Mrs. Meyer 

Dr. Kildare (1961) 
  For the Living 01x10: (Nov/30/1961) As Miss Baxter 

Thriller (US) (1960) 
  A Third for Pinochle 02x09: (Nov/20/1961) As Mrs. Thispin 

Route 66 (1960) (1960) 
  Once to Every Man 02x06: (Oct/27/1961) As Grandmother 

Omnibus (US) (1952) 
  The Lady's Not for Burning 06x10: (Apr/06/1958) As Margaret Devize 

The Philco Television Playhouse (1948) 
  Run, Girl, Run 07x08: (Dec/26/1954) As guest star 
  Middle of the Night 07x01: (Sep/19/1954) As Millie 

The Lux Video Theatre (1950) 
  Ten Days to Forever 03x39: (Jun/04/1953) As Mrs. Foster 
  Listen, He's Proposing 03x35: (May/07/1953) As Mrs. Morgan 

Hallmark Hall Of Fame (1951) 
  The Magnificent Failure 01x21: (May/25/1952) As Mother Alcott 
  Prelude 01x10: (Mar/02/1952) As Annette 

Suspense (US) (1949) 
  Summer Night 04x25: (Feb/19/1952) As guest star 

Studio One (1948) 
  The Happy Housewife 03x35: (Apr/23/1951) As guest star 
  The Road to Jericho 03x09: (Oct/23/1950) As guest star 
  There Was a Crooked Man 02x40: (Jun/19/1950) As Mrs. Girard 

Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre (1950) 
  The Egg and I 01x04: (Mar/13/1950) As Harriet Putnam 
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Trivia

Ann was an actress in films for 6 decades from 1928 in "Walls Tell Tales" up until 1976 when she played Mrs. Wallace in the made for TV movie "Collision Course: Truman vs. MacArthur".

From 7April 1946 she played Lizzie Southworth in the Broadway play "Woman Bites Dog" for a total of 5 performances up until 20 April 1946.

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