Ann Pennington was born on December 23, 1893 in Wilmington, Delaware, US. She was an American Actress, known for China Girl (1942), Unholy partners (1941), Pretty ladies (1925), Ann Pennington's first movie on record is from 1916. Ann Pennington died on November 4, 1971 in New York, NY, US. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1942.
Biographical Notes in German: Schauspielerin des amerikanischen Stummfilms, Tšnzerin in den Ziegfeld's Follies, 1916 Filmdebut bei der Famous Players Company. Ihre Filmkarriere ging allerdings mit dem Stummfilm zu Ende, nach 1930 trat sie nur noch vereinzelt in kleineren Rollen auf.
Nach anderen Quellen wurde Ann Pennington 1895 geboren.
Ann Pennington Filmography [Auszug]
1942: [/ /1] China Girl (Cast), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with , Victor McLaglen, Myron McCormick,
1941: [/ /1] Unholy partners (Cast), Directed by Mervyn Le Roy, with Edward Arnold, Laraine Day, Edward G. Robinson,
1940:  Texas Terrors (Cast), Directed by George Sherman, with Donald 'Red' Barry, ,
1929:  Hello Baby! (Cast), Directed by Larry Ceballos, with Norman Selby, Jimmy Clemons,
1929:  Night Club (Cast), Directed by Robert Florey, with Louise Fazenda, Fanny Brice,
1929:  Gold Diggers of Broadway (Cast: Ann Collins), Directed by Roy del Ruth, with Nancy Welford, Conway Tearle,
1929:  Is Everybody Happy? (Cast), Directed by Archie Mayo, with Ted Lewis, Alice Day,
1929:  Night Parade (Cast), Directed by Malcolm St. Clair, with Aileen Pringle, ,
1929:  Tanned Legs (Cast), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Arthur Lake, June Clyde,
1925: [/ /1] Pretty ladies (Cast), Directed by Monta Bell, with Myrna Loy, ZaSu Pitts, Tom Moore,
1925:  Madame Behave (Cast), Directed by Scott Sidney, with Julian Eltinge,
1925:  The Mad Dancer (Cast: Mimi), Directed by Burton L. King, with Johnnie Walker, Coit Albertson,
1925:  A Kiss in the Dark (Cast: Tšnzerin), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Adolphe Menjou, Aileen Pringle,
1925:  The Lucky Horseshoe (Cast: Tšnzerin), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Tom Mix, Billie Dove,
1925:  The Golden Strain (Cast: Lucy Sulter), Directed by Victor Schertzinger, with Hobart Bosworth, Kenneth Harlan,
1918: [03.11] Sunshine Nan (Cast: Nance Molloy), Directed by Charles Giblyn, with Richard Barthelmess, Johnny Hines,
1917: [11.05] The Antics of Ann (Cast: Ann Wharton), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Harry Ham, Ormi Hawley,
1917: [06.28] The Little Boy Scout (Cast: Justina Howland), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Owen Moore, Fraunie Fraunholz,
1916: [10.22] The Rainbow Princess (Cast: Hope), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with William Courtleigh Jr., Augusta Anderson,
1916: [06.26] Susie Snowflake (Cast: Susie), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Leo Delaney, William Courtleigh Jr.,
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