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Annie Oakley

1952-1956 Syndicated
30 minutes
Black and White - 83 episodes

Produced by
Gene Autry's Flying A Productions
Annie Oakley - Gail Davis
Gail Davis

Annie Oakley Cast

Gail Davis as Annie
Jimmy Hawkins as brother, Tagg
Brad Johnson as Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Fess Parker as Tom Conrad
Shelley Fabares as Trudy

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Annie Oakley Tidbits

The story took place in Diablo and Oakley (Gail Davis) was a gun-toting, hard ridin' rancher. And she was a woman! For a female to have a lead in any series, let alone a Western was rare.

The show was aimed at children and it worked. Many women who now are called "Grandma" recall Annie Oakley as a model for what women can do.

Gail Davis was a crack shot and skilled rider and so did most of her own stunts.

Passings

Brad Johnson died in 1981 and Gail Davis in died 1997 of cancer.







TV Western - Annie Oakley - Gail Davis
Gail Davis
From the Doug Abbott Collection
Annie Oakley
Brad Johnson, Gail Davis and Jimmy Hawkins
From the Neil Kutzen Collection


Gail Davis
From the William Sasser collection
Gail Davis
1989 Knoxville Film Festival


TV Western - Annie Okaley - Gail Davis
Gail Davis
From the Doug Abbott Collection

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