Ann Sothern: A Bio-Bibliography

Hardcover | March 1, 1990

byMargie Schultz

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Ann Sothern was often quoted as saying she had played every venue in show business except fairs. Ann Sothern: A Bio-Bibliography is proof that her statement was not far from wrong. For over 60 years, she has captivated audiences from the stage, on radio and television, in film, and as a recording artist. This book is the first full-length examination of Miss Sothern's life and career. In addition to individual chapters on each facet of her life, the book features an extensive annotated bibliography of articles by and about Miss Sothern. The book includes a filmography and discography, as well as comprehensive lists of Miss Sothern's stage, radio, and television appearances. Ann Sothern: A Bio-Bibliography is the first full-length examination of Miss Sothern's life and career. In addition to individual chapters on each facet of her career, the book features an extensive annotated bibliography of articles by and about Miss Sothern. The book includes a filmography and discography, as well as comprehensive lists of Miss Sothern's stage, radio, and television appearances. It is the first source to include a complete episode guide for Miss Sothern's television series, "Private Secretary," "The Ann Sothern Show," "The Lucy Show," and "My Mother the Car." An appendix lists products which were endorsed by Miss Sothern or which used her likeness in promotion. The book utilizes sixteen photographs, including four from Miss Sothern's personal collection, which she donated to the Ketchum Community Library in Ketchum, Idaho. A great library reference source, this book will be of interest to film scholars and fans of Miss Sothern.

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Ann Sothern was often quoted as saying she had played every venue in show business except fairs. Ann Sothern: A Bio-Bibliography is proof that her statement was not far from wrong. For over 60 years, she has captivated audiences from the stage, on radio and television, in film, and as a recording artist. This book is the first full-len...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:276 pages, 9.44 × 6.46 × 0.99 inPublished:March 1, 1990Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313264635

ISBN - 13:9780313264634

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?Margie Schultz has done a magnificent job of documenting Ann Sothern's career. Following a concise, yet detailed, biographical essay, Ms. Schultz provides documentation on Ann Sothern's career (both as Sothern and Harriette Lake) in films, theatre, radio, television, and on disc. (She even includes a listing of products which the actress has endorsed!) There is also a more-than-400 entry, annotated bibliography, which is quite extraordinary in its breadth and depth. What I like about this book is that its author never comes up with the obvious. In the entry on the Maine-located The Whales of August, she includes a review not from a major source, but from one of Maine's newspapers, which examines Sothern's performance from a regional viewpoint.??Classic Images