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Fanny Dombey
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
Dombey and Son
First wife of Paul Dombey and mother of Florence and Paul Jr. at whose birth she dies.
Fanny Dorrit
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
Little Dorrit
Sister of Amy. A dancer with social aspirations, Fanny marries Edmund Sparkler, Step-son of Mr Merdle. Fanny and Sparkler lose everything in the Merdle banking scam.
Fanny Squeers
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
Nicholas Nickleby
Daughter of Wackford Squeers. Described as "not tall like her mother, but short like her father; from the former she inherited a voice of harsh quality; from the latter a remarkable expression of the right eye, something akin to having none at all". When Nicholas Nickleby becomes her fathers assistant she falls madly in love with him, telling her friend Matilda Price that they are practically engaged. Nicholas wants nothing to do with her.
Fat Bottomed Girls
   has the lyric:   
Left Alone With Big Fat Fanny She Was Such a Naughty Nanny
Queen
Ingmar Bergman
   directed   
Fanny and Alexander (1982)
Also co-producer and writer
'Allo 'Allo!
   featured the character   
Madame Fanny La Fan
Played by Rose Hill
John Cleland
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Fanny Hill (1983)
Based on the 1890 book 'Fanny Hill: Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure'
Fanny Blanker-Koen
   is famous for being a   
Track & Field Athlete
30yr old mother of two, who won 4 gold medals (100m, 200m, 800m hurdles and 4x100 relay) at 1948 Olympics, born Holland
Fanny Craddock
   is known for   
Prawn Cocktail
Shelled prawns in mayonnaise and tomato dressing. Craddock is an English restaurant critic, television cook and writer frequently appearing on television
Fanny
   is found in   
West Virginia, U.S.A.
Fanny by Gaslight (1944)
   starred   
Phyllis Calvert, James Mason and Wilfred Lawson
Director: Anthony Asquith. Also starred Stewart Granger, Jean Kent & Margaretta Scott
Fanny and Elvis (1999)
   starred   
Kerry Fox, Ray Winstone and Ben Daniels
Director: Kay Mellor. Also starred David Morrissey, Jennifer Saunders & Colin Salmon. Plot: Yorkshire writer Kate (Kerry Fox) finds out her biological clock is ticking down the same day that her husband leaves her...
Kay Mellor
   directed   
Fanny and Elvis (1999)
Fanny Brice in the Film Funny Girl (1968)
   is played by   
Barbra Streisand
Starred with Omar Shariff. Won an Oscar for best actress for this film.
Marc Allégret
   directed   
Fanny (1932)
Second film in the Fanny trilogy, written by Marcel Pagnol
Fanny Brice
   was considered for the role of   
Glinda in The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Billie Burke got the part
Fanny (1932)
   starred   
Raimu, Pierre Fresnay and Fernand Charpin
Second film in the Pagnol trilogy; directed by Marc Allégret
Apple
   has a variety named   
Geeveston Fanny
Nicole Barclay
   has played keyboards in   
Fanny
American. late 1960's, early 1970's member of all-women band
My Man
   was released by   
Fanny Brice
1922 - inducted in 1999; from Ziegfield Follies of 1921
Fanny Burney
   wrote   
Camilla
Subtitled A Picture of Youth. Published in 1796
Fanny Burney
   wrote   
Cecilia
Subtitled Memoirs of an Heiress. Set in 1779 and published in 1782.
Fanny Burney
   wrote   
Evelina
Subtitled 'The History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the World'.
John Cleland
   wrote   
Fanny Hill
Fanny & Alexander
   submitted by   
Sweden
1983 - Ingmar Bergman, "Fanny och Alexander"
Fanny and Alexander (1983)
   with a run time of   
5 Hrs
312 min Deals with a young boy named Alexander, his sister Fanny, and their well-to-do family the Ekdahls.
Blessed Assurance
   was written by   
Fanny J. Crosby
Fanny J. Crosby, a blind hymn writer, wrote the words of "Blessed Assurance" in 1873 to go along with the melody written by Phoebe P. Knapp in the same year. The story goes that Crosby was visiting Knapp, who was having a pipe organ installed. Knapp played the tune, which she called "Assurance," and asked her friend Crosby what she thought the song said. Crosby's response was "Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine." The rest is history.
Fanny Blankers-Koen
   won gold medals in   
Athletics
Netherlands -- 1948 -- 4/0/0=4
Fanny and Alexander (1982)
   starred   
Pernilla Allwin, Bertil Guve and Börje Ahlstedt
IMDB:8.1/10. Director: Ingmar Bergman. 4 Oscar wins, 1 Baftas and 1 Golden Globe
Everybody Sing! (1938)
   also starred   
Allan Jones, Fanny Brice and Billie Burke
The title was originally The Ugly Duckling; it was subsequently changed to Swing Fever, and finally to Everybody Sing. Brice performed one of her famous Baby Snooks routines in this movie.
Fanny Trellis
   is played by Bette Davis in   
Mr. Skeffington (1944)
Also starred: Claude Rains, Walter Abel, George Coulouris
Fanny Blankers-Koen
   has excelled in   
Track and Field
Olympics - 4 gold. European Championships - 5 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze. Nicknamed "The Flying Housewife".
Jane Austen
   created the character   
Fanny Price
Mansfield Park, 1814
Be Kind to Your Parents
   comes from the musical   
Fanny
Funny Girl (1968)
   is a film about   
Fanny Brice
Directed by William Wyler and starring Barbra Streisand
Chopin: Marche Funèbre
   was used in   
Fanny and Alexander
Orchestral version
Britten: Cello Suites Nos. 1-3
   was used in   
Fanny and Alexander
Fanny Dombey
   appears in the Dickens' novel   
Dombey and Son
First wife of Paul Dombey and mother of Florence and Paul Jr. at whose birth she dies.
Fanny Dorrit
   appears in the Dickens' novel   
Little Dorrit
Sister of Amy. A dancer with social aspirations, Fanny marries Edmund Sparkler, Step-son of Mr Merdle. Fanny and Sparkler lose everything in the Merdle banking scam.
Fanny Squeers
   appears in the Dickens' novel   
Nicholas Nickleby
Daughter of Wackford Squeers. Described as "not tall like her mother, but short like her father; from the former she inherited a voice of harsh quality; from the latter a remarkable expression of the right eye, something akin to having none at all". When Nicholas Nickleby becomes her fathers assistant she falls madly in love with him, telling her friend Matilda Price that they are practically engaged. Nicholas wants nothing to do with her.
Fanny Price
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Fanny’s mother married a sailor, whereas her two sisters married well. Fanny is taken in by her aunt, Lady Bertram. She is treated as the “poor relation”. She is a very correct, and good, girl.
Fanny Dashwood
   is in   
Sense and Sensibility
The wife of John Dashwood






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