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Ann Pennington

(December 23rd 1893 - November 4th 1971)

Singer, dancer, and actress Ann Pennington was born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1893 and moved to Camden, New Jersey with her parents around 1900. Her start in show biz came as star of the 1916 silent film "Susie Snowflake" and she proceed to achieve fame in the 1920s' Broadway shows "Ziegfeld Follies" and "George White's Scandals". Ann Pennington became particularly well known for her trendy variation of the Black Bottom Dance.


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