Sheila Ryan
American actress
Sheila Ryan
Sheila Ryan, was an American actress who starred in over 60 movies.
Biography
Sheila Ryan's personal information overview.
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“writing, especially on the internet, is hardly the quickest path to fame and ... - clusterflock
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Sheila Ryan: Isn't it something? Yes, parts of it are almost unwatchable. But there is a dreadful and beautiful... Cindy Scroggins: Sheila, I agree. I think the greatest love often requires us to let someone go. Of course, it
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Naked Toilet Paper - clusterflock
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Sheila Ryan: The Field Museum is stuffed with sad and beautiful wonders, Daryl. Daryl Scroggins: Add some luciferase to the drops and turn the lights off. Daryl Scroggins: I'm about to get Cindy from the airport–back from visiting in El Paso
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'In this study, all they had to do was introduce competition for resources and ... - clusterflock
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Sheila Ryan: Oh, Andrea, I could do a straight-on Photo Booth shot right now! But there would be no Hot Look that... Andrea Kremer: The “hot looks” option gives you the hair, makeup and eye color in one shot. Katy Perry:
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Went down the rabbit hole… - clusterflock
Google News - over 5 years
Sheila Ryan: Also, re: Joel's link: I've always liked Chico's hand position. Joel Bernstein: That was pretty impressive, though I think I still like this better. Deron Bauman: It lets me through all the time. Andrew Simone: Well, we both know the spam
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The iLimb Pulse Prosthetic Hand - clusterflock
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Sheila Ryan: And isn't it surprising how much it costs just to replace one tail light? Casey Cichowicz: Oh that sucks. I know the feeling of violation. I've had to get my left tail light replaced... Sheila Ryan: Could also be someone with a beef
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The Politics of Desire and Looting - clusterflock
Google News - over 5 years
Sheila Ryan: Well, I'm not going to stop. Anyway, I pride myself in taking photographs that have no apparent... Josh Weichhand: This is brilliant. Not unlike this scene from Footloose. Deron Bauman: Designers are responsible for riots and looting the
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Notify me of followup comments via e-mail - clusterflock
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Sheila Ryan: I'm torn between the black-legged meadow katydid (loud metallic clicks and trills) and the rattler... Daryl Scroggins: I think I like the tone of the Allard's Ground Cricket the best. The most intriguing, though,
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from the comments - clusterflock
Google News - over 5 years
Sheila Ryan: Vivian Stanshall's ads for Cadbury's, such as this one. Sheila Ryan: Drugs. Prescription drugs, actually. For the illegal kind, East Dubuque is your best bet. Rick Neece: “Slick Seed of Life Logo, because it's cool
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a fashion shoot with the Lytro camera - clusterflock
Google News - over 5 years
Joel Bernstein: The problem with steampunk is that it's really loosely defined. The thing where people... Sheila Ryan: I pee all that I can pee. Cindy Scroggins: I like the way we push each other to be our best selves. Sheila Ryan: O-KAY! Now!
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not a spam name - clusterflock
Google News - over 5 years
Sheila Ryan: Cece, I too would love to read your pronouncement on the midi. Rick Neece: Cece, want to share that piece? I, for one, would love to see it. XOR Rick Neece: Hi Cece, taking a trip down memory lane, too, I see. Smootch, sweetie
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Camp Rince Ceol Irish Dance Camp Hand Dancing Video - Irish Central (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Check out Bernadette Flynn, Damien O'Kane, Craig Ashurst, Maggie Revis and Sheila Ryan as they storm Union College with their Party Rock Hand Dance. Feis America magazine is dedicated exclusively to North American Irish dancing and celebrates its
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dear clusterflock - clusterflock
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Sheila Ryan: Casey, you got you some Dr. Pepper in your fridge. Sheila Ryan: I don't exactly want the snake in the Marathon woman's freezer, but it sure caught my eye. Erica: Rick, that's not where I usually shop, but that market is the model of what
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Racists now in need of a new set of jokes - clusterflock
Google News - over 5 years
Sheila Ryan: If it tastes good, I'll eat it. Related: Today, near where I live, I saw a turkey hen with six... Casey Cichowicz: I've never really had bacon on a veggie burger, but I actually like veggie burgers, and I like
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The Coping Cop-out of Machines of Loving Grace - clusterflock
Google News - over 5 years
Sheila Ryan: “They do this three or four times a week as part of a tourist attraction in Hill City, Graves... Sheila Ryan: You see what might happen if Cindy and I got to trick-shooting? Sheila Ryan: “The evil genius of the X-acto.” I love that
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Rememberies of the Star Herald - clusterflock
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Sheila Ryan: Somehow it happened that I never worked as a keypunch operator. Surely this is unusual for a woman of my... Sheila Ryan: Love all the physical rememberies, Rick. They remind me of sitting all alone in the radio station New
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Sheila Ryan
    FIFTIES
  • 1975
    Age 53
    Ryan died November 4, 1975, in the Motion Picture Hospital in Woodland Hills, California from lung disease.
    More Details Hide Details She was 54 years old. She was survived by Buttram and their daughter Kerry. Their daughter Kerry Buttram-Galgano died of cancer in 2008.
  • FORTIES
  • 1968
    Age 46
    Sheila Ryan retired from acting in 1968.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1952
    Age 30
    While working with Autry, Ryan met actor Pat Buttram. They married in 1952 and remained together until her death in 1975.
    More Details Hide Details They had a daughter, Kathleen Buttram, nicknamed Kerry.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1948
    Age 26
    Later, she and actor Eddie Norris married, but they had problems in 1948.
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  • 1945
    Age 23
    Ryan married actor Allan Lane in 1945, but divorced him a year later in 1946.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1940
    Age 18
    She was signed by 20th Century Fox in 1940 and was credited in her early films as Bettie McLaughlin.
    More Details Hide Details Adopting the name Sheila Ryan, she starred in the crime drama Dressed to Kill the following year. Ryan appeared in other memorable films, including two Laurel and Hardy movies, Great Guns (1941) and A-Haunting We Will Go (1942), and the Busby Berkeley musical The Gang's All Here (1943). Ryan also was featured in several Charlie Chan and Michael Shayne mysteries. By the late 1940s, however, her career waned and she began appearing mostly in B movies, especially low-budget westerns. She worked with Gene Autry, co-starring in several of his films, including The Cowboys and the Indians (1949), and Mule Train (1950) as well as with Roy Rogers in films like Song of Texas. During her career, Ryan was seen in more than 60 films.
    At age 19, Ryan was selected by a group of Hollywood directors as one of 13 "baby stars of 1940."
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  • 1939
    Age 17
    Born as Katherine Elizabeth McLaughlin in Topeka, Kansas, she went to Hollywood in 1939 at the age of 18.
    More Details Hide Details Ryan's acting career began when she tried out for a role on a program at television station W6XAO (later KCBS) in Los Angeles, California. An article in a contemporary magazine reported, "She proved to be a perfect television type and was given a role at once." She also had roles in several television shows such as The Lone Ranger, notably the Pete-and-Pedro episode (#7 in 1949) and another entitled "The Whimsical Bandit" in 1950.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1921
    Born
    Born on June 8, 1921.
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