"Character Roles Played by Ava Gardner"
A Desert Willow Aussie Production
Starring

Chubs Sullivan & Ava Gardner




Ava Gardner & Chub Sullivan

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are at least 14 - 16 days old...
We "Temperament Test" when eyes open up
AND make sure they are all Healthy, Fat & Happy first! Get onto our Reserve List today
to be matched with the RIGHT Aussie for your life.




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Pup Name: Humphrey
Actor: Humphrey Bogart

Movie: 1954 Barefoot Consessa
Black Tri Male

New Home: Adam, Jolinda, Grace & Ashton - La Plata, New Mexico
Future ESA for baby Grace



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Pup Name: Betty
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1943 Ghosts on the Loose
Blue Merle Female
New Home: Howard
, Debbie & Tallisha - Kuna, Idaho


Pandora would be a perfect dog for a family with children. She is easy in spirit and very social "Mrs Personality".
She will be excellent with other dogs and with continued training very open to strangers. She is very social, happy & curls when
she walks over to us. Great keeper of her castle with an eye on the kids!


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Pup Name: Pandora
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1951 Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
Blac
k Tri Female
New Home: Ray & Alana - El Paso, Texas



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Pup Name: Hilda Spotts
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1945 She went to the Races
Blue Merle Female
New Home:
Greg, Lois & Cassidy - Tarentum, PA
2nd Aussie from Desert Willow!


Lady Susan tested very much in the Service/Therapy/Emotional Support range making her excellent with Toddlers.
She is very sweet and loves to be on our feet continually. She will be a great dog to grow with her family and wonderful
with other dogs to boot.


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Pup Name: Lady Susan
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1957 The Little Hut
Black Tri Female
New Home: Mike, Kari & Bra
ndon - Beaverton, Oregon


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Pup Name: Venus
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1948 One touch of Venus
Blue Merle Female
New Home:
Jared & Lexy - Phoenix, Arizona



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Pup Name: Remy
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1974 Earth Quake
Black Tri Female
New Home: Charlie & Jeanette - Sant
a Fe, New Mexico
Owners of TWO Desert Willow Aussies!


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Pup Name: Guinevere
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1953 Knights of the Round Table
Blue Merle Female
New Home
: Edward & Patricia - Farmington, New Mexico


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Pup Name: Soledad
Actor:
Ava Gardner
Movie: 1960 The Angel Wore Red
Black Tri Female
New Home: James, Lara & Isabella - Albuqu
erque, New Mexico



Sully & Ava Litter Notes



MUSH!
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Puppy Visit Day!

Puppy Pick up!






Puppies at 24 hours old!





Ava Gardner: She's Like The Wind

Cool Bio Video on the Life of Ava Gardner

Ava Gardner Biography

BIOGRAPHY: Ava Lavina Gardner was born on December 24, 1922 in Grabtown, North Carolina, to Mary Elizabeth (née Baker) and Jonas Bailey Gardner. Born on a tobacco farm, where she got her lifelong love of earthy language and going barefoot, Ava grew up in the rural South. At age 18, her picture in the window of her brother-in- law's New York photo studio brought her to the attention of MGM, leading quickly to Hollywood and a film contract based strictly on her beauty. With zero acting experience, her first 17 film roles, 1942-1945, were one-line bits or little better. After her first starring role in B-grade Whistle Stop (1946), MGM loaned her to Universal for her first outstanding film The Killers (1946). Few of her best films were made at MGM which, keeping her under contract for 17 years, used her popularity to sell many mediocre films. Perhaps as a result, she never believed in her own acting ability, but her latent talent shone brightly when brought out by a superior director, as with John Ford in Mogambo (1953) and George Cukor in Bhowani Junction (1956).

After three failed marriages, dissatisfaction with Hollywood life prompted Ava to move to Spain in 1955; most of her subsequent films were made abroad. By this time, stardom had made the country girl a cosmopolitan, but she never overcame a deep insecurity about acting and life in the spotlight. Her last quality starring film role was in The Night of the Iguana (1964), her later work being (as she said) strictly "for the loot". In 1968, tax trouble in Spain prompted a move to London, where she spent her last 22 years in reasonable comfort. Her film career did not bring her great fulfillment, but her looks may have made it inevitable; many fans still consider her the most beautiful actress in Hollywood history. Ava Gardner died at age 67 of bronchial pneumonia on January 25, 1990 in Westminister, London, England.

IMDb Mini Biography By: Rod Crawford





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