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Ann Sothern

Ann Sothern (January 22, 1909 – March 15, 2001) was an American stage, radio, film and television actress whose career spanned six decades. In 1987, Sothern appeared in her final film The Whales of August, starring Bette Davis and Lillian Gish. Sothern earned her first and only Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film. After filming concluded, she retired to Ketchum, Idaho where she spent her remaining years before her death from heart failure in March 2001.

Cry Havoc - an all-female war movie. Cast included Margaret Sullavan, Ann Sothern, Joan Blondell, Fay Bainter, Ella Raines.

Ann Sothern and Joan Crawford

Ann Sothern, Linda Darnell & Jeanne Crain in A Letter to Three Wives

Ann Sothern & Jane Powell

Jane Powell & Ann Sothern

Still of Eleanor Powell and Ann Sothern in Lady Be Good

Ann Sothem, Eleanor Powell

Ann Sothern buried here.

Ann Sothern grave in Ketchum, ID

Actrerss Ann Sothern from 1933.

Ann Sothern signs autographs at the Hollywood Canteen

Ann Southern & Louella Parsons at the Hollywood Canteen

Amateur photographer Ann Sothern takes a shot of Gene Raymond and director Joseph Santley on the set of WALKING ON AIR (1936).

Virginia O'Brien, Dorothy Lamour, Ruth Hussey, Ann Sothern, Jean Rogers, Patricia Morison, Lynn Carver, and Claudette Colbert (L to R)

Still of Robert Young and Ann Sothern in Lady Be Good

Ann Sothern, Linda Darnell & Jeanne Crain in A Letter to Three Wives

Ann Sothern and Robert Young in Lady Be Good (1941)

Ann Sothern and Eleanor Powell in Lady Be Good, 1941