Sheila Ryan

Sheila Ryan

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Gang's All Here (1943)
  • Lowest Rated: 80% Railroaded (2003)
  • Birthday: Jun 8, 1921
  • Birthplace: Topeka, Kansas, USA
  • Perky brunette leading lady Sheila Ryan became a television pioneer when, in 1938, she appeared on camera in an experimental Los Angeles broadcast. In 1940, Ryan was signed by 20th Century Fox, where she played energetic if unmemorable roles in such films as The Gay Caballero (1940) and Dressed to Kill (1941). She also appeared opposite Laurel and Hardy in two of their Fox vehicles, Great Guns (1941) and A-Haunting We Will Go (1942). Her best opportunity at Fox came in The Gang's All Here (1943), in which she was not only permitted to sing, but was afforded a special-effects "curtain call" in the film's finale. By the late '40s, Ryan's career had dwindled to B-pictures at the lesser studios. While co-starring with Gene Autry in 1950s Mule Train, Ryan fell in love with Autry's sidekick, Pat Buttram; they were married shortly afterward, and remained that way until Ryan's death in 1975. Sheila Ryan retired in 1958 after a handful of TV appearances and a featured role in something called Street of Darkness.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

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No Score Yet Of Silence Producer 2014
80% Railroaded Rosie Ryan 2003
No Score Yet Elvis: The Final Chapter Actor 2001
No Score Yet Open House Ellen 1986
No Score Yet Pack Train Lola Riker 1953
No Score Yet On Top of Old Smoky Lila Maryland 1953
No Score Yet Jungle Manhunt Anne Lawrence 1951
No Score Yet Gold Raiders Laura Mason 1951
No Score Yet Mule Train Sheriff Carol 1950
No Score Yet Ringside Janet 'J.L.' Brannigan 1949
No Score Yet The Cobra Strikes Dale Cameron 1948
No Score Yet Heartaches Toni Wentworth 1947
No Score Yet Deadline For Murder Actor 1946
80% Getting Gertie's Garter Patty 1945
No Score Yet Something for the Boys Melanie Walker 1944
100% The Gang's All Here Vivian 1943
No Score Yet Song of Texas Sue Bennett 1943
No Score Yet A-Haunting We Will Go Margo 1942
No Score Yet Footlight Serenade Girl 1942
No Score Yet Great Guns Ginger Hammond 1941
No Score Yet Sun Valley Serenade Telephone Operator 1941
No Score Yet Dressed to Kill Connie Earle 1941
No Score Yet Dead Men Tell Kate Ransome 1941
No Score Yet Golden Hoofs Gwen 1941

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