Annie Oakley is a 1935 biographical film about the life of Annie Oakley. It stars Barbara Stanwyck and Preston Foster.
In late 1800s Ohio, a backwoods gal, Annie Oakley delivers six dozen quail she has shot to the owner of the general store. He sends them to the MacIvor hotel in Cincinnati, where the mayor is holding a large banquet in honor of Toby Walker (Preston Foster), the "greatest shot in the whole world". Walker is very particular about what he eats, and the owner of the hotel bought Annie's quail because she is such a good shot, she shoots the quail clean through the head, leaving no buckshot.
At the banquet, Jeff Hogarth (Melvyn Douglas) signs Walker to a contract making him part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. James MacIvor (Andy Clyde), the hotel's owner, challenges Walker to a shooting contest to take place the next morning.
MacIvor had arranged for "Andy" Oakley to compete against Walker, only to be shocked when Annie shows up instead. He tries unsuccessfully to call...